Month: June 2021

This Travel Company Is Giving Away a Decade of Free Travel Worth $100,000

Travel can be an exciting and rewarding experience. You can learn about new places and try different foods while taking a break from your everyday routine. But travel can feel even more rewarding when it comes at no cost to you.

One travel tour company with over 70 years of experience in the industry is giving away a decade of free travel worth $100,000. If you love to travel and want to try your luck at winning free travel, keep reading to find out more about this contest.

Trafalgar wants to fund your travel for 10 years

The travel tour

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In times of pandemic, transport yourself to different destinations via travel books

a sign on the side of a mountain: Here, we bring to you some popular travel books to read while at home.

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Here, we bring to you some popular travel books to read while at home.

By Reya Mehrotra

With the lockdowns ending, people have been thronging destinations like Himachal Pradesh to beat the heat and take a break, often flouting Covid protocols. Considering that a third wave is imminent, a wiser and safer alternative perhaps would be to transport oneself to different destinations through books. Here, we bring to you some popular travel books to read while at home.

A Moveable Feast

The 1964 memoir by Ernest Hemingway chronicles his years of struggle as a

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Green list destinations push for tighter rules on UK arrivals



Leaders in the Balearic Islands have urged the Spanish Government to impose tougher entry requirements on UK travellers after Thursday’s announcement that the region would be added to the green list on June 30.

This follows Malta’s ruling that, starting from this same date, arrivals from the UK will have to present proof of vaccination in order to visit the island quarantine-free. Unvaccinated travellers, meanwhile, will face self-isolation in Malta. It is yet to be confirmed whether the country will accept the NHS app as proof of vaccination.

Malta currently requires British holidaymakers to provide a negative PCR test

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Travel industry protests against Covid restrictions

Travel industry demonstration

Travel industry demonstration

Travel industry employees are holding a series of protests around the country against coronavirus restrictions.

Airlines and travel companies say current limits on travel have had a devastating impact on the sector.

Ministers are due to update the traffic light system for international travel on Thursday amid calls for more countries to join the green list.

The government said it continued to explore how it could open international travel safely.

Most holiday destinations, including Spain, Greece and Italy, are on the government’s amber list, meaning travellers have to quarantine when they return to the the UK.


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