Before deciding on your next getaway, take a little time to consider what’s happened over the last few months and make sure you follow our guidelines when booking your next trip!
On July 9th, 2020 the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) issued a statement advising British holidaymakers to avoid travelling on cruise ships. What does this advice mean for those with an upcoming trip?
From July 10th British tourists can travel to any of the countries listed as ‘safe’ by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) without having to quarantine upon their return to the UK. Here are some top tips on how to prepare for your first holiday abroad since lockdown and advice on how to protect your trip.
Here we explain which countries British tourists can travel to without needing to isolate upon their return, which restrictions may still be in place, which countries aren’t included in the government’s list, and why travel insurance is still an essential part of any holiday.
Many people who have been unable to go on holiday because of the coronavirus outbreak have submitted a cancellation claim to their travel insurer, only to be told that they must try and first get their money back from other providers.
According to the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA), you can claim compensation for any unused parts of your booking i.e. return flights and a flight…
The COVID-19 crisis has caused devastation for many people, but those stuck on board the MS Zaandam are becoming understandably concerned…
COVID-19 has been the cause of mass uncertainty, and tensions have risen, as several countries plan to close their borders.
Over the last couple of weeks, consumers have understandably become more concerned about their travel arrangements due to the outbreak of the coronavirus.
The number of confirmed coronavirus cases has risen to 7,375 in Italy since Sunday 8th March 2020, and the death toll currently stands at 366.
On Tuesday 3rd March 2020, two tornadoes caused significant damage to hundreds of buildings and an airport in central Tennessee.
The government has abolished fares in an attempt to ‘ease traffic congestion’ as commuters will no longer need a ticket for busses, trams or trains.
The coronavirus pandemic has resulted in over 15,133,026 confirmed cases worldwide, affected 215 countries and caused over 620,467 deaths. The virus has caused much devastation across the globe and has affected many people around the world.
Passengers are experiencing frustration after being told their flights to Italy will not be refunded after more than 300 cases of coronavirus …
As of Monday 2nd March 2020, British tourists will no longer need a visa to travel to Turkey. The decision was made to increase tourism…