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Border dispute erupts between UK and France over Dover travel chaos
Queues of cars and lorries at the port of Dover in the UK over the weekend have led to a dispute between British and French officials over who is to blame.
Brits still get free healthcare in the EU despite Brexit - here’s how
Post-Brexit travel upheaval has left millions of people confused about healthcare and travel insurance.
Schengen visas to move online in win for travellers
In response to feedback from travellers, the EU has promised a “smooth and secure” online visa process.
Russian passports reduced to 'junk status', new report says
As sanctions and travel restrictions are introduced, the Henley Passport Index shows the impact of the Ukraine war on travel.
Update: Italy becomes latest country to approve digital nomad visas
The new permit looks set to last for a year, and include those in your family unit.
Dining with the undead in Riyadh, Saudi
A restaurant in Saudi Arabia is offering patrons in the conservative kingdom a unique experience -- dishes with a side of skull and blood in the company of zombies and vampires.
Who has the right to call a country dangerous?
Vivienne Dovi explains how countries generally thought of as ‘safe’ are only deemed so through the experiences of white travellers.
Wave goodbye to passport stamps in EU border overhaul
Visitors will need to swipe in and out of the EU next year as it looks to tighten up on security and people outstaying their visas.
Which countries have been removed from the UK's red list?
UK travellers will soon be able to travel to previously restricted countries.
UK travel: Amber list scrapped as of 4am today
As of today, the UK has scrapped its amber list for international travel. What does it mean for people who want to visit?
UK stops accepting ID cards for European arrivals
European citizens now need a valid passport to enter the UK as post-Brexit rules enter into force on Friday.
Quarantine loophole sees major boost in tourism from India to Serbia
There has been an uptick in travellers from India in Serbia recently, as the country introduces visa-free travel.
Italy has the highest number of people unable to afford a holiday
Some 35 million of the poorest in Europe can't afford a one week holiday. About 7 million of them are Italians.
European travel demand drives easyJet summer comeback
The budget airline plans to reach 60 per cent of its pre-pandemic capacity this summer, as demand for travel rises.
22 countries should be added to UK green travel list, says expert
With summer already underway and UK residents desperate for sunnier skies, there could be a glimmer of hope for that last-minute getaway.
Travel restriction changes due to Delta variant
Portugal, Spain and Germany are the latest European countries to tighten travel restrictions amid concerns over the fast-spreading Delta variant.
Which European countries have the least travel restrictions right now?
A guide to the countries popular with tourists which allow travellers in, facilitate internal travel and don’t have early curfews.
How LGBTQ+ people are excluded from freedom of movement in the EU
When some countries don’t even recognise a same-sex registered partner under certain circumstances, just how free is the EU’s free movement?
Fully vaccinated travellers 'should be exempt from restrictions'
The recommendation comes as the bloc prepares to roll out its first EU-wide travel pass.
Lockdowns are 'not going to be over by summer' says health expert
We’re all fed up with lockdowns, but pandemic life probably won’t be over in 2021, a public health expert warns. So how can authorities keep enforcing restrictions?