This is very good news for travel enthusiasts that travel is resuming, but this may not be the final thing. Wearing face mask, taking precaution and maintaining Immunity is the best way to avoid getting infected.

Check the list of destinations that are going to re-open for tourists.

Thailand :

Thailand lifted its ban on international flights on July 1

Business travelers and people who seek medical treatment can enter the country

Visitors will be offered to stay in isolated areas where health monitoring can be easily controlled.

“The government should consider renewing the ‘Shocking Price Weekday Travel’ campaign, which was introduced last year, to encourage tourists to travel on weekdays, with more valuable deals on hotels, air tickets, and restaurants,” said Mr. Phuriwat.

Gen Prayut mentioned this idea at the cabinet meeting last week as more tourism destinations started to see overcrowding during weekends after the lockdown was relaxed.

Source : Bangkok Post

United Kingdom

Visitors from at least 59 destinations, Including France, Italy, and Spain, will be able to visit England without going into quarantine

English residents can travel to the majority of these places without self-isolating.

Life may have been on pause recently, but that doesn’t mean you can’t start dreaming of exploring our beautiful countryside, wandering our sandy shores, and discovering our historic landmarks once more. 

Traditional pubs and stately homes are getting ready to give you a warm British welcome once again, and in the meantime, you can still delve into our heritage, revel in our culture, and dig into our foodie delights from afar.

Check this : Know Before You Go: It’s time to find your Great Britain

Portugal

Incoming flights from outside the EU are now slowly starting up again

Travelers from EU nations, apart from Italy and Spain are permitted without going into quarantine

Temperature checks on arrival and visitors to comply with local social distancing measures.

Public Transportation, Restaurant & Cafes, Museums, Beaches, etc are open to visitors, who must comply with the rules of social distance and wear face masks.

Germany

Germany lifted travel restrictions for travelers from 31 different countries on June 15, that includes 26 EU member states, UK, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, and Switzerland

Bars, restaurants, museums and some hotels have reopened

Travelers from non-European countries cannot visit until Aug. 31

Spain

From June 21 onwards, Spain granted EU travelers the permission to enter without having to quarantine for 2 weeks

Beaches and hotels in some parts of the country have reopened

It is compulsory for people to wear face masks in public

Italy

Travelers from the EU, along with the UK, Andorra, Monaco, San Marino, and the Vatican, were allowed to enter without going into quarantine from June 3

The Colosseum and the Leaning Tower of Pisa has reopened to tourists

Tourists have to wear face masks and follow strict social distancing rules

France

Paris has been downgraded from

“red zone” to “green zone” and the city has now reopened

France’s most visited destinations, the Louvre Museum and Eiffel Tower reo opened for tourists

Visitors entering France, with the exception of EU citizens, are subject to a compulsory 14-day quarantine

Aruba

Government of Aruba officially welcomes visitors from Caribbean islands, Curacao and Bonaire, Canada and Europe from July 1& the U.S from July 10

Visitors to provide negative PCR test results prior to travel to Aruba.

Amongst everything that is happening wrong with Tourism industry.

It feels good to hear something positive about Travel industry, Right?

The only thing that we request everyone is #Travelwithcare

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