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The European project promoting the legacy of an almost forgotten ethnic group
An interregional European project called NemoNet is making sure that a lost ethnic group in western Slovakia will not be forgotten by preserving and promoting their legacy and traditions.
EU countries advised to reintroduce restrictions on US travellers
The Delta variant is sending infections and hospitalisations soaring. The US is now registering more than 1,000 new cases per day, the highest level since March.
France looks to help those jabbed outside EU get a COVID health pass
It comes just days before the health pass will be required to access French restaurants and bars.
The European initiative helping tourists to discover nature in a sustainable way
On the Spanish-Portuguese border, a sustainable tourism project is encouraging visitors to discover the natural and cultural heritage of this area with electric vehicles over a distance of more than 1000 kilometres.
Europe's tourism sector hopeful after bloc opens to non-EU citizens
This week, EU countries decided to let in travellers from outside the bloc, providing they have been vaccinated.
NATO military chiefs prepare crucial summit
NATO military chiefs have been meeting this week to prepare a crucial summit next month in Brussels that will decide the alliance's budget.
Portugal, Netherlands latest EU countries to ease travel restrictions
From Monday, travellers from most EU countries will be able to visit Portugal, authorities announced on Saturday.
How one airline is ensuring its pilots & planes are safe to fly again
Bringing dormant planes out of storage and making them airworthy requires a significant amount of work. Pilots need to keep up their air miles in order to be able to fly, too.
EU Parliament pushes for free PCR tests ahead of green pass
The European Parliament wants EU countries to ensure free-of-charge testing and exempt green pass-holders from additional travel restrictions.
Landlords switch to long lets as COVID hits Europe's short stay market
"Many owners decided to withdraw their accommodation from the short-term rental market and put them on the long-term rental market," one expert told Euronews.
Could an EU 'vaccine passport' amplify existing social inequality?
The travel industry see the EU Green Pass as a potential gamechanger, but does it bring up questions of access for people who find themselves on the margins of society?
COVID-19: Greece to open borders to foreign tourists by mid-May
Greece and Cyprus have both unveiled their summer tourism plans as vaccination accelerates.
Holiday plans threatened as Spain warns of possible tourism disruption
Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez said earlier this week that Spain would be better equipped to welcome foreign tourists at the end of summer.
EU's top cities want greater control over short term rentals market
Local leaders from some of Europe's capital cities are looking to curb the impact of "over-tourism" by restricting how online short-term rental platforms, like Airbnb, operate.
EU looks to revive a struggling tourism industry
As the coronavirus continues to grip the world, the EU looks to how it can save a tourism sector that has witnessed one of its worst summer seasons on record.
Madrid's tourism trade struggling as visitors stay away amid pandemic
The COVID 19 pandemic has taken a heavy toll on Madrid's tourism industry.
Spain's Canary Islands insure tourists who catch COVID-19
The insurance is free to visitors but will only be applied to those who did not know they had the virus.
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Europe's week: what big issues are MEPs focussing on in September?
In this special summer edition, we look at what will keep Europe's decision-makers busy over Summer and what the main priorities will be for the EU come Autumn.
Western Europe bracing itself for sizzling summer temperatures
Spain, Portugal, Italy and France are all set to see the mercury rising from Thursday.
Will the COVID-19 crisis be a long-term boost for domestic travel?
The coronavirus pandemic has spooked most European travellers into staying put this summer or exploring their own countries. How long might this last?
Europe's tourism sector reels as COVID-19 resurgence hits peak season
The UK's quarantine rule for arrivals from Spain and a rise in coronavirus cases and controls elsewhere have dismayed the travel and tourism industry.
Coronavirus: EU Commission VP warns against 'mini-Schengens'
Margaritis Schinas' comments come after Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania opened their internal borders to each other last week in a bid to give their economies a timely boost.
Summer holiday rescue package? EU set out plan to save your vacation
With lockdowns being lifted and summer months approaching, the EU is looking at how citizens can safely travel - an issue critical for saving the tourism industry.
Chefs lay down their whites to kick up a fuss over lockdown impact
They were highlighting the plight of eateries, cafes and other parts of the hospitality industry hit during the COVID-19 lockdown.
Greece and Croatia float solutions for sunseekers as summer looms
"I think we all talk about a kind of risk-free or risk-reducing certificate. I think it would serve as a benefit for all, not only hosts and personnel in hotels, for example, but also for the travelers, for the tourists," explains Davor Bozinovic, Croatian Interior Minister.
Saving summer: Europe struggles to save tourism from coronavirus
The sector represents 10% of GDP and more than 20 million jobs across the continent.