I woke this morning with the afterglow of an unknown face burned into my cerebral cortex. Stirred from a lucid dream by the rare sound of barking by my Cretan Hound Mojito, I tried hard to recall the vivid imagery of dreamy fantasy. In the dream, a man dressed scantily in typical Minoan fashion stood […]
20+ travel and tourism bodies including unions across Europe demanded the European Commission leadership replace quarantine restrictions with a common EU testing protocol.
EU officials now want to do a “Disney” on the COVID-19 pandemic after member states show fragmented policies to defeat the virus.
As Europe’s touristic destinations open their borders for travelers from July 1st, EU regulators mull over banning American travelers.
The European Council has approved the EU’s SURE scheme to protect thousands of workers at risk because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Greece and ten other European Union member states agreed on a set of principles to ensure the freedom of safe travel within the EU.
The EU has published key guidelines to help member states save summer vacations, but most feel they’ve been left to their own devices.
The European Commission has called for extending measures to minimalize the spread of the coronavirus until June 15th.
The European Union urgently needs financial injections to deal with this crisis, but there’s an even greater need for solidarity.
The European Commission has approved a €2 billion-euro aid package to help Greece weather the economic effects of the coronavirus (COVID-19).
Tourism Minister Theoharis and Condor Airlines executives met in Berlin last week to discuss the impacts of the coronavirus and other issues.
With the 2020 tourism season looming just ahead, Greece faces several serious challenges that could end up stifling industry growth.
The European Travel Commission (ETC), the European Tourism Association (ETOA), Eurail B.V., and the European Commission, have just released the latest Long-Haul Travel Barometer (LHTB), which indicates that the sentiment for travel to Europe from January-April 2020. The publication shows positive in six key overseas markets – Brazil, China, India, Japan, Russia, and the US and provides the European tourism sector […]
An EU project to give Wi-Fi access to locals and tourists at remote villages and islands. Already, more tourists are booking.
UK airlines will continue flights to the EU through to 24 October of 2020 in the event of a no-deal Brexit.