If you’re needed to commute far…

Luxurylaunchesflipped into The most expensive things in the worldJapan luxurylaunches.com – Ekta Joshi If you’re needed to commute far within or outside the city, the chances are that you end up paying a great deal on toll. And while one would guess …View on luxurylaunches.com8 hours agoShareLikeFlipRelated Stories Here’s what the COVID-19…

Iberia to launch VeriFLY trial on United States routes

Iberia customers flying to the United States may now use the new VeriFLY app to save time and trouble at the airport. The app verifies that the sworn statement and the Covid-19 negative test certificate required by US health authorities meet their standards.The two-month pilot project using the VeriFLY app is initially for use by passengers flying…

Scuba Diving In Monaco: Top Diving Spots That Will Make Your Dive Worthwhile

If you are watersports junkie and like to experience the thrill underwater, then scuba diving in Monaco is one thing you should not miss. The deep, blue seas are always alluring. Just looking at them gives you a sense of peace and calm. The Mediterranean coastline in Monaco provides one of the best diving spots you could ask for. It boasts of rich marine

Foster + Partners has designed a…

New Atlas flipped into Architecture Energy verified_publishernewatlas.com - By Adam Williams Foster + Partners has designed a colorful-looking island paradise for a tourist development in Saudi Arabia. Named Coral Bloom, it'll offer visitors … View on newatlas.com Now ShareLikeFlip Related Stories Best Books for Travelers By AFAR Media 10 Awesome

Tunisia: Covid-19 – Only Essential Travel to Spain Is Allowed Till Feb. 28 (Tunisair)

Tunis/Tunisia — Only essential travel to Spain is allowed till February 28, 2021, following the new health restrictions imposed by the Spanish authorities, national carrier Tunisair announced Monday. More specifically, the persons allowed to travel to Spain are: - Ordinary residents of the European Union, Schengen associated States, Andorra, Monaco,

Vendee Globe Sail Race Finalists Cluster Closer To France

Ocean view from L'Occitane en Provence Armel Tripon / L’Occitane en Provence Of 33 boats that began the Vendée Globe solo, non-stop circumnavigation of the planet race on November 8th from the French port city of Les Sables-d’Olonne, 25 remain in the contest. It is projected that six will complete this race either on, or close to, this coming

France holidays: Latest FCDO travel advice update as French entry requirements change

"Exit from this self-isolation period is subject to a negative test result."All arrivals from the European area (defined by the French Ministry of the Interior as EU Member States, Andorra, Holy See, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Monaco, Norway, San Marino and Switzerland) are allowed to enter France.However, they will need to present a negative COVID-19

Princess Cruises unveils 111-day world cruise for 2023 boasting 50 destinations

Cruise holidays have been on hold for some time due to the coronavirus pandemic. However, with the vaccine roll-out in force around the globe, there is hope the vast ships could return to the oceans before long.The Princess Cruises globe-trotting vessels will depart in January 2023 from both Fort Lauderdale, in Florida, and Los Angeles, in California.The

The 2021 Superyacht Trends You Need To Know

Explorer yachts will continue to grow in popularity, Evans predicts Cloudbreak by Abeking & Rasmussen, SuperYachtsMonaco The year 2020 had an great impact on myriad industries across the globe and yachting is no exception. As some countries get used to the “new normal” and others continue to combat the Covid-19 virus, one thing that resonates

Viking Cruises Bets You’ll Be Ready For This Epic Journey In 2022-23

How many of the 58 ports on this 138-day cruise have you been to? A Viking Ocean ship in Bora Bora, French Polynesia Viking Cruises Once the world is vaccinated and the pandemic subsides, many will be craving a cruise again. Viking Cruises has a new 138-day World Cruise that might be the most relaxing way to (almost) circle the globe. It visits some
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