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European travel activity is set to build some momentum moving into the peak summer months due to the gradual easing of restrictions, the ramp-up in vaccinations, and the EU’s recent reopening to more third countries and fully vaccinated travellers from abroad.

As parts of the world slowly exit COVID-19 travel restrictions, people everywhere are excited for the prospects of travelling again. But with travel-hygiene more important than ever, we are all looking to stay-safe while enjoying our travels. With this in mind, experts at End-of-Tenancy-London.co.uk set out to find the European capitals with the cleanest accommodation to help us plan our next getaway.

Less than three months after the publication of the Commission’s proposal, the European Parliament’s LIBE committee and the Council have approved the Regulation on ‘EU Digital COVID Certificate’.

The European Tourism Manifesto alliance, a group of more than 60 public and private travel and tourism organisations and the voice of the sector in Europe, strongly welcomes the European Commission’s proposal to introduce a common, interoperable and mutually-recognised Digital Green Certificate.

In 2019, the number of nights spent in tourist accommodation in the European Union (EU) had reached more than 3,2 billion, up by 2,4 percent compared with 2018.

European Regions Airline Association (ERA) welcomed European Council’s adoption of updated European Union (EU) aviation safety rules aiming to increase efficiency and lower costs, while bringing about greater competitiveness and less administration for airspace users.

Over the last 12 months, the EU and Tunisia have developed much closer relations and stepped up their cooperation in the various fields.

European Union Tourism Trends, a new report prepared by World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) in cooperation with European Commission, underscores tourism’s major social and economic benefits for EU countries.

Corinthia Palace Hotel, Malta has gone completely straw-free as part of its planet-friendly policies.

Association of British Travel Agents (ABTA) has written to the British treasury minister calling for an urgent review of the UK card payments market.