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Short-term Accommodation Boost Recorded in 20 Major Spanish Cities

Iceland Wants to Promote Sustainable Tourism by Encouraging Fewer Visitors to Take Longer Trips

This City in the UK is on the List of the World’s Best Top Travel Destinations, Again

Heathrow getting ready for the biggest Christmas season in three years

Croatia is Most Preferred Destination with Ranked as Fifth

Spain Lifts COVID Certificate Requirement for Visiting Britons

Rishi Sunak Becomes UK PM – Know More About the First Indian-origin to Hold the Office

New Passport Requirements – Read This Before Visiting Spain, France, Greece, or Turkey

Liz Truss Quits – Becomes the Shortest Ruling Prime Minister of the UK

World’s Best Travel Destinations – Greece Finds Place in the Top Countries

Portugal – Third Most Kid-Friendly Destination in the World, Says Data

Spain Opens Doors to 16,000 Agricultural Workers from Morocco – Unfolds Hiring Plans

Spain to Launch Digital Nomad Visa – Easing Terms for Remote Workers

Spain and Netherlands Ease Covid Rules for Non-vaccinated Visitors

COVID Entry Rules Extended for UK Tourists Visiting Spain

Spain to Speed Up Residence and Work Permit Processing – New Plan Launched

Agreement Between Thailand and Greece to Give New Life to Tourism

Lizz Truss is the New UK PM – Beats Sunak in the Tory Leadership Race

Liz Truss becomes the new UK Prime Minister by beating Sunak in the Tory Leadership Race

Air Travel Across Europe Recovering – Thanks to Low-cost Airlines

All about the new Swiss passport

Charges for Brits to Visit EU Vacation Spots to Start in 2023

New travel rules as UK tourists could be asked to prove they can pay £85 to enter

The UK launches ‘Aviation Passenger Charter’ to help passengers know their rights

UK holidaymakers heading to Spain will now need three extra documents to enter

Finland Abolishes All COVID-19 Travel Restrictions for Third Country Citizens

US travel: Updated Covid rules explained as tests dropped for fully vaccinated visitors

Spain agrees to accept Covid-19 recovery certificates

Spain Prolongs Current Travel Restrictions for EU/Schengen Area Countries

The EU proposes to extend the COVID digital certificate until June 2023

Spain Extends Entry Restrictions for All EU/Schengen Area Countries for Another Week

Spain Prolongs Ban on Non-Essential Travel From Third Countries for Another Month

Spain will be ready for COVID Travel Certificate in June.

Spain will reopen to the all vaccinated tourists from June

Ireland decided to lift 14 days quarantine period for UK holidaymakers

Ireland reopening the tourism sector

Transit regulation while travel from UK to Ireland

Ireland Starts Charging Citizens for Non-Essential Travelling PCR Tests

Joe Biden says America may lift travel restrictions with Europe

Spain’s Health Minister: There will be third Covid-19 Vaccine for Spain people

Spain Tightens Entry Restrictions for UK Nationals

Spain tightens COVID-19 restrictions for British tourists

SPAIN EXTENDS THE BORDER BETWEEN AFRICAN ENCLAVES AND MOROCCO

Spain Prolongs Entry Ban against Arrivals from Third Countries until End of November

EU Countries Now Recognize UK’s NHS COVID Pass As Valid Proof of Immunity for Travel

Latest travel rules for Germany, Italy and Turkey in Gatwick and Heathrow

The New UK Travel Rules That Started Applying on October 4

New rules for international travelers from UK

ENTRY REQUIREMENT IN SPAIN FOR THE PEOPLE WHO ARE PREMITTED TO ENTER

SPAIN IMPOSES STRICT ENTRY ON THE WHOLE TERRITORY OF FRANCE AND ITALY

UK TRAVEL UPDATE: FRANCE MOVES TO AMBER AND PCR ADVISED FOR SPAIN, 7 COUNTRIES ADDED TO GREEN LIST

UK TRAVEL LIST UPDATE: FRANCE MOVES TO AMBER AND PCR ADVISED FOR SPAIN, 7 COUNTRIES ADDED TO GREEN LIST\\r\\nSeven more countries have been added to the UK government’s green travel list. From 4am on Sunday, anyone returning from Germany, Austria, Slovenia, Slovakia, Latvia, Romania and Norway will no longer need to quarantine on arrival.\\r\\nThere are now 36 countries on the green list – but 16 of them, including Caribbean islands, Croatia, Malta, Israel and Taiwan are on the “green watchlist”, meaning they could be suddenly be moved to amber.\\r\\nAustralia and New Zealand are both green – but neither are currently welcoming British travellers.\\r\\nFrance has also lost its confusing “amber plus” status, which had meant that all travellers and not just those who are not fully vaccinated had to self-isolate for 10 days upon return. It was the only country in that category.\\r\\nIndia, Bahrain, Qatar and the United Arab Emirates have been downgraded from the red to the amber list, meaning arrivals will no longer have to spend 11 nights in a quarantine hotel.\\r\\nMexico, Georgia and the French overseas territories of La Reunion and Mayotte are joining the red list.\\r\\nThe government has also hiked the price of hotel quarantine required on return from a red list country. It will be increased from £1,750 to £2,285 from 12 August. The charge for an adult sharing a room will increase from £650 to £1,430.\\r\\nDespite prior speculation, Spain will remain on the amber list, enabling travellers who are fully vaccinated to continue to enjoy a quarantine-free return. There were fears in the travel industry that Spain could be added to the red list.\\r\\nPM Boris Johnson said earlier this week that he wanted to keep a “simple”, “user-friendly” system for foreign travel.\\r\\n\\r\\n

International cruises from England restarts1

International cruises will be able to start again from England after a 16-month break. People arriving at UK ports who have been fully vaccinated in the US and the EU will also not have to quarantine, the UK government said. It is part of a plan to relax isolation rules for US and EU arrivals in the UK.\\r\\n

International cruises from England restarts

International cruises will be able to start again from England after a 16-month break. People arriving at UK ports who have been fully vaccinated in the US and the EU will also not have to quarantine, the UK government said. It is part of a plan to relax isolation rules for US and EU arrivals in the UK. An industry body said travel agencies, hotels, tour guides, port operators and other firms would benefit from cruises restarting.\\r\\n

Reader Blog: Germany to test all returning passengers from high-risk countries

Health ministers from Germany‘s states have agreed to require people returning from high-risk countries to take a coronavirus test at the airport or face two weeks’ quarantine as part of efforts to prevent a new wave of infections.

Reader Blog: Spain wrestles with fresh wave of coronavirus as tourists return

Holiday resorts across Spain are seeing coronavirus cases rise again following the return of British tourists, with Tui, Europe’s largest tour operator, warning that it could cancel holiday packages if the situation worsens.\\r\\n\\r\\nTui has said that it will not take customers on holiday if it cannot guarantee their safety, or if the Spanish government reimposes a 14-day quarantine for UK arrivals.

Vatikans Blog: Portugal kept off corridor list as five new countries announced

Britain is to maintain its travel ban on Portugal, forcing UK holidaymakers to quarantine for 14 days on their return.\\r\\n\\r\\nGrant Shapps, the Transport Secretary, announced on Friday that the Government has rejected Portugal’s bid to be added to a “safe” list of 74 countries and territories exempt from UK quarantine.\\r\\n\\r\\nSpain remains on the list despite, like Portugal, having faced a surge in Covid-19 outbreaks that have forced regional authorities to reintroduce local restrictions.

Vatikans Blog: Holidaymakers could face quarantine on return to Britain

Norway will reimpose a 10-day quarantine on all international arrivals from Spain from Saturday after a surge in infections, while it will ease restrictions on people coming from more counties of Sweden, the government said on Friday.

Three Universities Halt Face-To-Face Teaching as UK Strategy Unravels

Efforts to reopen universities in the midst of the pandemic appeared to be unravelling tonight, as three of the country’s largest universities called a halt to face-to-face teaching. More than 80 universities in the UK have reported at least 5,000 confirmed cases of COVID-19 among students and staff, including more than 1,000 at the University of Manchester , which announced that it was suspending in-person teaching. It came as 14,542 new cases were confirmed across the UK on Tuesday, up 2,000 on the previous day. Seventy-six COVID patients were confirmed to have died and 2,833 were in hospital with the virus.

France reopens visa service

French Embassy has opened now for new applications for all visa categories. Appointments can be made by sending a mail to info@vatikans.com or Support@vatikans.com. Business travelers and European family members can also consult us at our official Email Address (mentioned above).

Spain is ready to welcome all tourists this summer

Spain will be ready to welcome back tourists in June, the country’s tourism minister has said. The European Union has previously set out plans for coronavirus vaccine certificates that could be used by UK holidaymakers this summer. Digital Green Certificates will be accepted as “proof” a person had a Covid-19 jab, received a negative test result or recovered from the virus, according to the European Commission’s proposal. And Spain says a digital certificate scheme is currently being trialled with a view to a wider rollout in June. Spain’s tourism minister Fernando Valdes Verelst told a travel and tourism conference in Mexico: “I think the best thing that Governments right now can provide to travelers is certainty, give the proper information and the security that they can travel and they can come back to the countries. “In those terms, in the European Union, we put in place a system … that provides us with digital certificate. “Spain is going to be ready in June to use this digital certificate. We are doing a pilot programme in May, in all our 46 airports. “We are going to give all these travelers that certainty. Spain is going to be ready in June to tell all travelers worldwide that you can visit us.”