By the 23rd of June, all of Spain was out of lockdown and the government’s State of Alarm will not be renewed. Power has already been returned to the 17 Autonomous Regions, meaning that each will determine how to proceed with keeping a check on COVID-19 and re-introducing tourism. The latter is vital to Spain’s economy, being 15% of its GDP. But, in the aftermath of 3 months in lockdown, not all tourists are equal.
Portugal has been praised for its handling of the COVID-19 crisis and is beginning to ease lockdown measures. With an air bridge between the UK potentially being introduced at the end of this month, we assess what travelling to Portugal may look like in the near future.
New Zealand has been widely praised for their fast response to COVID-19. Next week the country is expected to be one of the first in the world to move from COVID-19 Alert Level 2 – ‘Reduce’ to Alert Level 1 – ‘Prepare’. Here’s an important update on what life under Level 1 means for New Zealanders.
We’re basking in a heatwave here in Spain and enjoying the reopening of restaurants, bars and beaches – and soon you should be able to as well, with plans underway for international travel to resume in July.
As the Spanish property markets reopen and policymakers turn to hammering out plans for flights to restart over summer, now’s the time to start planning your move. And with the Brexit transition period ticking down, there’s no time to waste! But how can you do it safely? We’ve gathered together some of our top tips.
Lockdown in Portugal is easing and, just in time for this glorious weather, beaches are set to open by 6th June. And with Portugal saying there will be no quarantine, travel is likely to be possible this summer.