Machu Picchu, the Inca citadel which attracts around 1.5 million visitors each year, will reopen on November 1 after a seven-month closure. This year marked only the second time that Peru’s biggest tourist draw has shut since 1948; in 2010 it was forced to close during extended and torrential rain […]

Germany could be removed from the UK’s quarantine-free green list this week following a sharp rise in Covid-19 infections.  The country reported 5,986 new positive tests on Wednesday, well down on the 13,161 seen on Tuesday, but its seven-day infection rate has now reached 99.5 per 100,000 – up from […]

  British holidaymakers hoping to visit Cyprus this half term could be in for disappointment, as the country risks losing its travel corridor in Grant Shapps’ update this afternoon. But Jamaica could be back on the ‘green list’, as could holidays in the Canaries. In recent weeks, Covid-19 case numbers […]

Cases are on the rise in Cyprus   British holidaymakers planning to visit Cyprus this half term could be in for disappointment, as the country risks losing its travel corridor in the Government’s weekly update tomorrow. In recent weeks, Covid-19 case numbers have spiked in the Mediterranean island nation. Yesterday, […]

It had been a glorious stretch of ottobrate romane. This romanism – one of my favorites – traces its origins back centuries to when Romans would head to the countryside surrounding the city during the October grape harvest to indulge in baccanalian festivities of wine and food, song and dance. Today, […]

A London–New York travel corridor could be here sooner than we first hoped – Getty   US officials are hoping to reopen travel between New York City and London by Christmas, with shortened quarantine periods. With a growing availability of Covid-19 tests, officials at the US Transportation Department, Department of […]

Covid-19 cases are on the rise in Portugal (pictured) and Greece Britons in Portugal, or those with a holiday booked, could be in for disappointment as Covid-19 cases in the country rise once again. Figures published yesterday show the number of cases per 100,000 over seven days – the metric […]