According to Sojern, travelers are responding to regulations to combat the spread of the coronavirus based on things like travel corridors set up to renew tourism.
TUI Pushing Hard for Early Tourism Invasion of Greece
This week in Greece, citizens are emerging from a weeks long lockdown. Meanwhile, TUI and other big travel businesses push ahead hard.
Abercrombie & Kent: The Med On a Silver Platter
News last week that Abercrombie & Kent launched its Wings Over the Mediterranean for 2017 is a shot in the arm for small-group travel and for private charter services.
A Suggested Guide for Visiting Funchal
The island of Madeira is best reached through its capital of Funchal. This city has just over 100,000 inhabitants, large enough to get lost in, diverse enough not to get bored of. Funchal boasts of two main personalities: Cristiano Ronaldo – footballer born in the suburbs of Funchal and Charles – the last King of Hungary/last Emperor of Austria, who is buried at the Monte Church.
5 Things to See and Do When in Porto
Porto is Portugal’s second largest city – major commercial and industrial centre and, it’s famous for the World-renowned port wine, which is produced there. But the city on the Douro River’s northern bank is also an attractive travel destination. Breathtaking views, the mentioned famous wines, the Douro River and the splendid architecture are all strong reasons for visiting Porto.
Top 10 Places to Visit in Mainland Portugal
Despite its relatively small size, this Atlantic country hides vastly more – even if we count out the archipelagos of Madeira and the Azores, continental Portugal still remains with a profusion of beautiful places worth visiting.
Portimao Sardine Festival – A Portuguese Senses Feast
Running from 3 to 10 August in the colorful town of Portimao in western Algarve, the Sardine Festival 2012 greets visitors with plenty of music, theatre, dance, various art and comedy shows, sunshine and of course, the delicious grilled sardines served with homemade bread and Algarve salad.
Moorish Influence, More-ish City – A Brief Guide to Faro
Taking a look at the city of Faro in Portugal and why its worth stopping over on your way to the Algarve.
Ten Monumental British Sculptures
The exhibition in the grounds of the Roman villa at Cerro da Vila showcases ten giant works by modern British artists, including Henry Moore and Tony Cragg.