Get excited, because the European Showcase is coming to a screen near you!
With international borders on the verge of reopening and hype around overseas travel at an all-time high, this event couldn’t have come at a better time!
New study reveals European countries with the longest Alien visits (in case you were wondering)
Got a client who desperately wants to believe? Find out where you should send them for their best opportunity at spotting some extraterrestrials.
Aussie travellers will need a visa waiver to travel Europe in 2022
Post-pandemic travel is going to look very different from what we’ve become accustomed to. Exhibit A: this new requirement for Aussies seeking a European jaunt.
Collette launches sale on 2021-22 bookings worldwide
Get your clients a cheeky discount on a few of Collette’s most popular and iconic trips, including some absolute bangers through Kyoto and Sicily.
Europe’s biggest airline posts spoof job ad attacking Irish government’s travel restrictions
The airline has suggested a high school student could do a better job at choosing which countries make it on Irelands ‘Green List’ by playing darts and snap. Ouch.
Chairman of Irish tourism authority resigns after holidaying in Italy
The chairman has copped widespread criticism for taking a jaunt to the Mediterranean while tourism authorities plead with the Irish to holiday locally.
Destination Wrap: Program announced for Parrtjima, Tasmania set to reopen to SA, NT + MORE
Looking to start the week off well? Kick back and sink your teeth into our Monday serving of destination news.
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.
Destination Wrap: WA launches intrastate campaign, Tahiti and Maldives to welcome tourists in July + MORE
It could be the three shots of espresso, or it could be all the fantastic news in this week’s Destination Wrap that has got Travel Weekly’s editor so giddy.
Kissing Ireland’s Blarney Stone banned for first time in 600 years
In the latest blow dealt by COVID-19, visitors can no longer kiss Ireland’s beloved chunk of limestone and gain the gift of the gab.
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