In 2015, Helen Crowley spent £25,000 on a caravan in Greece and would frequently visit it for months at a time. This has not been the case in the last year, however, as the COVID-19 pandemic has put a stop to most
The FCDO added: “If you test positive for COVID-19 on arrival in Dubai, depending on your symptoms and your accommodation plans, you may be required to self-isolate in a government facility, a hospital, your hotel or privately arranged accommodation for at least
She does not appear to want to hide the red underwear. However, as the image is simply a snapshot in time it’s hard to know exactly what went on. Perhaps the woman was yet to realise her thong was on display. Or,
Saga Cruises has issued strict new rules for holidaymakers as the cruise industry attempts to prepare for a comeback in 2021. Cruisers must have had the covid vaccine in order to be able to travel with the British cruise line. “We have
BRITAIN is officially out of the EU and the rules on travelling between the UK and EU are stricter. Here’s how Brexit is going to affect your holidays.
The pound to euro exchange rate saw success last week, with sterling managing to hold its own against the euro. This week, the currency pair have so far remained above the €1.12 mark, in a positive move for GBP. The pound is
Google Maps Street View throws up some truly intriguing spectacles despite its function as a geographical tool. Google cars travel the world and capture their environs. In doing so they inadvertently snap people going about their lives. The elderly woman was spotted
Italy holidays now come with further complications it was announced today. The Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) updated its travel advice for Italy this afternoon. The authority explained Italian airlines and airports are operating ‘reduced service’ as the covid pandemic rages on.
Spain has announced it will give its full support to a European covid vaccine passport in a bid to reactivate the beleaguered tourism industry. The new passport would prove that the traveller has been inoculated against COVID-19. The initiative, put forward by Greece,
“You’re also protected if elements of the holiday aren’t provided as required, for example, the right to a refund if bad weather means your holiday can’t go ahead.” Speaking on ITV earlier in the month, Mr Calder also offered some insight into
Appearing on BBC One’s Rip Off Britain, travel expert Simon Calder discussed his predictions for “vaccine certificates.” The travel expert says they are likely to exist “in some form” however points out “there is no international agreement.” Vaccine certificates will act as