Fly to Dalaman Airport for beaches, sun, and to relax on Turkey’s Turquoise Coast

One airport = one destination, right? Wrong! Dalaman in southern Turkey is both a destination and a gateway to other amazing places. It’s right on the stunning Turquoise Coast, meaning pretty towns, beautiful beaches, interesting history, delicious food and friendly people, all ready to welcome you. Let’s explore this fascinating region together… Dalaman, where it all starts… Dalaman is where you’ll flyContinue reading “Fly to Dalaman Airport for beaches, sun, and to relax on Turkey’s Turquoise Coast”

COVID-19 travel restrictions: Germany

This article was published on January 3, 2022, and all the information in the article is correct as of this time. Before you book your trip, we highly recommend that you also check official sources for the most up-to-date travel requirements, as they are subject to constant change. Can I enter Germany? As of DecemberContinue reading “COVID-19 travel restrictions: Germany”

These are OFFICIALLY the best 10 beaches in the world

World Championship of Beaches put 32 beaches head to head in June. Here’s the official rundown of the top 10 Whenever we run an article on the best beaches in the world, it sparks a lot of debate on social media. People seem to get very passionate about which beach they think is best. SoContinue reading “These are OFFICIALLY the best 10 beaches in the world”

Auckland is the world’s most livable city

Amidst the pandemic, Auckland manages to push Vienna from the winner’s podium and take home the title of the world’s most livable city. Osaka and Adelaide follow in second and third place Last year the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) paused its annual ranking of the most livable cities due to COVID-19. Vienna has held itsContinue reading “Auckland is the world’s most livable city”

From 1 July, the EU covid passport will become available in all EU Member States

Finding our way around the different travel rules and regulations in the past one a half years has been quite challenging. That’s why the EU is introducing a new covid passport, also called the Digital Green Certificate, which will simplify the process of getting across borders while keeping both travelers and the locals safe. WhatContinue reading “From 1 July, the EU covid passport will become available in all EU Member States”

Greece to ease off restrictions prior to reopening to tourists

The country will welcome international tourists from 15 May after six months of national lockdown Greece is waking up from a six-month-long national lockdown. The Greek Islands, too, are safely reopening for tourists and independent travelers to visit and to enjoy all those simple but delightful things that make a good holiday. Good morning fromContinue reading “Greece to ease off restrictions prior to reopening to tourists”

“Green” destination list shows where UK travelers can visit this summer

Green, amber, and red categories give travelers to and from the UK new options The UK has announced the list of countries colored green under its latest “traffic light” system for foreign travel, coming into effect from 17 May. Countries are split into three groups — red, amber, and green — depending on their perceivedContinue reading ““Green” destination list shows where UK travelers can visit this summer”’s most popular routes

These are the journeys our customers search for the most 2020 was clearly a very unusual year for travel, so to give you a more concrete idea of our most popular routes, we looked at our data from the whole of 2019 to bring you a list of cities and 15 flight combinations that peopleContinue reading “’s most popular routes”

Fun facts about sister cities

History, art, culture, language, or just having a funny name mean these famous places are somehow related… “Twin towns”, “sister cities”, “friendship towns”, whatever you call them, the idea is basically the same: some sort of legal and social link between towns, cities or regions. Although there had been a couple of examples of linksContinue reading “Fun facts about sister cities”