Using Sweden COVID-19 booking advice as clickbait, is absolutely the wrong strategy in a post pandemic world.
The European Council has approved the EU’s SURE scheme to protect thousands of workers at risk because of the coronavirus pandemic.
From tomorrow malls and shopping centers in Greece will open in the next phase of lifting coronavirus pandemic preventative measures.
Europe’s Baltic states have joined to create the eurozone’s first “travel bubble” in order to restart the zone’s tourism post COVID-19.
Airbnb, the world’s most popular short-term rental platform, is making drastic adjustments to its workforce on account the Covid-19 pandemic.
This week in Greece, citizens are emerging from a weeks long lockdown. Meanwhile, TUI and other big travel businesses push ahead hard.
Aeroflot has announced further details of vouchers for passengers whose travel plans have been disrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Europe’s travel and tourism industry, which represents 10% of European Union‘s GDP, is in a nosedive over the coronavirus pandemic.
Greece’s leadership is expected to lift of many of the restrictions put in place to stem the spread of the coronavirus starting next week.
Lessons from Crete during the time of the 2020 coronavirus pandemic. Traditional values, steadfastness, and duty should rule all our hearts.
The European Union urgently needs financial injections to deal with this crisis, but there’s an even greater need for solidarity.
Open Tourism and the University of Piraeus, has carried out the first research regarding the impact of COVID-19 on Tourism in Greece.
A look at the lighthouse keepers of hospitality. Tom and Melissa Magnuson, people like them, will lead us through the fog.
Accor Group announced last week the launch of the “ALL Heartist Fund” to help its employees affected by coronavirus (COVID-19).
In the not too distant future, tourism and hospitality industry officials are going to wake up to the fact that the 2020 touristic season has been canceled by a pandemic. Already, Europe’s airlines stand to lose more than €76 billion according to the International Air Transport Association (IATA). And for every euro the airlines lose, destinations […]