Travelling by train is a great option for anyone looking to reduce their carbon footprint while discovering Europe. In the past, there were many affordable services offering sleeper trains across the continent, but the rise of cheap airlines drastically reduced these services.
We may not be travelling much at the moment, but there are better ways to use these strange times than to mope and wallow. In between taking staycations and exploring your own country, take the time to plan those trips that you’ve always dreamt of taking. Planning a bucket list adventure takes time – something we currently have a lot of. Create a spreadsheet, dedicate a notebook, get pinning on Google Maps and start saving images of the places you want to visit on Pinterest or Instagram. Here are five bucket list trips that you should start planning for now, to build excitement for when travel opens back up.
Travel rules are constantly changing as we navigate the COVID-19 pandemic, so it is essential to check the individual rules for the countries to and from you are travelling prior to every trip. As parts of the world gradually start to open back up, the countries of Europe are beginning to open their doors to other EU residents, as well as residents of countries with low virus rates. Here are the current rules for travelling within Europe.
What is it really like travelling within Europe at the moment? I’ve recently returned from a short trip from England to Sicily, placing me in the perfect position to describe travelling during the pandemic. My conclusion? It wasn’t as scary as I
If you’re planning on travelling this summer, it can be hard to navigate the current situation. Things are constantly changing due to the pandemic, so it can be hard to plan in advance where you can go without having to quarantine when you arrive.
Greece has begun to reopen for tourism and is currently one of the most tempting places to visit for a European summer. Don’t be tempted to head to the most popular resorts, however. The pandemic is ongoing, and it would be sensible to visit some of the country’s more remote islands.
It all started with a glass of chilled 2019 Rosado, a gutsy Spanish rosé made with cabernet sauvignon grapes by Enate, a winery located near the Pyrenees mountains that build an art gallery adjacent to the winery, where art exhibitions of renowned Spanish artists take place.
International travel may seem like it’s a long way off for many countries, but some nations that have seen a halt in new cases of the virus are discussing the possibility of opening travel bubbles with neighbouring countries.