Almost 100 tourists (including Aussies) allegedly breach lockdown rules at Austrian ski resort
Looks like some cheeky Aussies have been telling a few white lies so they can have a skiing holiday in Austria.
Spain removed from UK’s ‘travel corridors’ exemption list
Sadly for Spain, it’s just become a whole lot harder for the European destination to woo holidaymakers from the UK.
Destination Wrap: SATC’s new marketing campaigns, Karels T-bar debuts at Thredbo + MORE
We’ve got so much local and international news in this week’s Destination Wrap that it’s already crashed the Travel Weekly website twice.
“A decision needs to be taken”: VisitBritain’s regional director talks Brexit and sustainability
Australians are not going to let Brexit get in the way when it comes to travelling Britain, according to VisitBritain’s Tricia Warwick. Find out why here.
Trafalgar unveils 2020 Europe and UK trips, new itineraries and $699 air deal
Travel Weekly’s editor was at the unveiling of Trafalgar’s new offerings last night in Sydney, until he had to make a swift exit after tearing a hole in the crotch of his pants.
British man cannot get a passport because his name is too rude
After changing his name for a laugh several years ago, a man once known as ‘Coco-Kenny’ cannot leave the UK because his name is now too offensive to be printed on a passport.
The most powerful passports in the world have been revealed
All this passport talk has reminded Travel Weekly’s editor to renew his own. The current photo of him looks like it was taken during a gurning competition.
Bake-off among other treats a Boost For British Tourism
by Melina Gouveia
It’s the 20th anniversary of Harry Potter and all we’ve got to show for it is measly wand skills, an Owl who turns up late to work and a dodgy lightning tattoo (not on our forehead).
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