All tourists -- including those who have received both the doses of their Covid vaccine -- must produce a negative RT-PCR test report
As stated on the Disney Parks website, the new ride would "reflect and value the diversity of the world around us"
The offer is essentially aimed at luring millennials who are eager to work and have a change of scene
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The dual shocks of the pandemic and a devastating financial crisis have gutted the hospitality sector of this Mediterranean nation, known for its beaches, mountain resorts and good food
Taking revenge as it were for the months of anxiety, of working from home, doing or conducting classes online and unable to meet even close relatives, people have masked up, got their jabs and wasted no time in heading outdoors
Bookmark these pristine, sun-kissed beaches for your future holidays, when you would want to flaunt your bikini and spend a relaxed time here
Switzerland's tourist industry is bracing for another tough year as Swiss and European travellers are not expected to fully make up for the absence of Asian tourists kept at home by COVID-related restrictions.
Thailand launched a special programme for vaccinated visitors to the island which allowed them to roam freely
Phuket, Thailand’s most popular tourist destination, will start receiving visitors with proofs of vaccination from Thursday as the tourism-dependent Southeast Asian nation takes the biggest step yet to revive the industry.
This year's event runs from July 6-17 and, with France's coronavirus curfew lifted last week, visitors should -- albeit under strict social distancing and infection control norms -- be able to mingle round the clock
Corbett's opening generated great enthusiasm among wildlife lovers
Greece was one of the first European Union countries to declare itself open to tourism this year, allowing visitors in from mid-May with either a negative coronavirus test, proof of vaccination or proof of recent recovery from Covid-19
Drivers of Bangkok's distinctive tuk tuks have been among the hardest-hit by the pandemic's devastation of Thailand's all-important tourism industry, left haunting corners of empty city streets complaining of mounting debt
Trams have been transporting Lisbonites up and down the city's hilly streets since 1901 and they are still popular.
The towering 2,000-year-old stone amphitheatre, the biggest in the Roman empire, is Italy's most popular tourist attraction, drawing 7.6 million visitors in 2019.
After a 15-month pause in mass international travel, Venetians are contemplating how to welcome visitors back to its picture-postcard canals and Byzantine backdrops without suffering the past indignities of crowds clogging narrow alleyways, day-trippers picnicking on stoops and selfie-takers crowding the Rialto Bridge
The research finds there is a growing popularity of alternative accommodations such as resorts, villas and guesthouses offering a more secluded experience
The city topped the list in a 2021 cost-of-living survey by consultancy firm Mercer
The celebration will include a new nighttime show called “Disney Enchantment,” at the Magic Kingdom. The show will have enhanced lighting, fireworks and immersive projection effects that extend from the Cinderella Castle down Main Street, U.S.A.
According to global real estate service firm JLL, hotel occupancy levels in India dropped by 17 per cent and room rates declined by about nine per cent in April 2021, when compared to March 2021
The growing numbers of tourists appear unconcerned by political controversies long circling Tibet.
While historical records are sketchy, archaeologists say that hundreds, perhaps thousands, settled in the swamps of the Deep South, including the Okefenokee, from the late 1600s to the Civil War.
On Wednesday, as the ASI announced the reopening of all centrally-protected monuments, sites and museums that were shut on April 15 owing to the deadly second wave of COVID-19, the Taj recorded 1919 visitors
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