Sunday, November 27, 2022

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From passports to borders: What changes if Croatia, Romania and Bulgaria join the Schengen zone?

Croatia, Romania and Bulgaria are all “ready” to join the borderless Schengen zone, the European Commission has said.A majority vote by the European Parliament last week has paved the way for Croatia to become part of the world’s largest...

Valencia: Here’s why you should visit the Green Capital of Europe in 2024

The perfect city for those looking for a fun weekend away, Valencia, Spain's third-largest city, is now competing with the likes of Madrid and Barcelona in the race to win tourists' hearts.On its side, the city has perfect temperatures...

Big Ben: Iconic London bells chime again after five years of silence 

After five years of silence, Big Ben is chiming once more.The bells in the iconic London tower pealed at 11am on Friday, 11 November initiating Armistice tributes across the country.The tolling of the bells marked the end of a...

WFH life got you feeling sluggish? Active travel could be your cure in 2023

‘Active travel’ has no single definition. It could mean point to point hiking trips with luggage transferred between hotels, e-biking across Europe on the new EuroVelo paths or taking advantage of Hotel Sassongher’s new skyrunning in the Dolomites activity.The...

Amsterdam, London and Paris ranked among the best cities in the world for accessible travel

With an estimated 1 billion people around the world living with some form of disability, accessibility is a hugely important issue - not least for the tourism sector.A new report has revealed the top 10 most accessible cities in...

Non-EU citizens can only stay 90 days in the bloc – what happens if you overstay the limit?

Travellers from a non-EU country arriving in the EU can only stay for a certain period of time without a visa.Americans, Brits and Canadians are among those who can remain in the EU and Schengen zone for 90 days...

Anarchist communes, activism and flight-free: Inside my nine-country train adventure in Europe

I’ve never been a big flyer. Growing up in Germany as a working-class immigrant child, most of our holidays abroad were made by car. Back in the early 2000s, it was the cheaper and more convenient travel option.Only in...

France-Italy border tightened as France warns of “serious” passport checks and queues

Border controls between France and Italy have been tightened after a diplomatic stand-off over migrants.France has sent 500 extra officers to carry out border checks at ten different Italian border crossing points.The influx of French staff comes after Italy...

Kerala has some of the world’s most magical festivals. Here are 6 of the best.

Known as 'God's Own Country', Kerala has long been considered a paradise destination in India, and for good reason. With almost 600 kilometres of Arabian coastline and its enchanting backwaters, this state on the Indian tropical Malabar Coast offers...

Tourism that leaves a trace: Five places in Europe your holiday can benefit nature

Sarah Faith is a content and values writer at activist travel company, Responsible Travel.Only 40 to 60 Marsican brown bears are left in the world. All of them wander the wild mountains and ancient beech forests of central Italian...

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Serbia is toughening its visa rules after migration prompts pressure from the EU

Serbia is seeing a sudden tourism boom from countries whose citizens never before had its sightseeing and shopping opportunities...