European Union close external borders for 30 days

European Union will close external borders for 30 days to slow coronavirus pandemic KEY POINTS Leaders of European Union countries have agreed to close the EU’s external borders to most people from other countries for 30 days in a new effort to slow the coronavirus pandemic. Movement within European Union member nations will be still be allowed. On Monday, Canada’s prime minister, Justin Trudeau, said he was closing his nation’s borders to foreigners, with the major exception of U.S. citizens. …

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Copahue Volcano Shows Activity Today. Orange Alert

Travelers: Copahue Volcano shows Volcanic Activity The Copahue Volcano is located northwest of the province of Neuquén, on the border between Argentina and Chile (Patagonia) Travelers and Tourists: Exclusion Zone Already showed earthquakes with high energy and in the crater of the Copahue volcano there are columns of white smoke. The local authorities of Argentina, arranged an exclusion zone of 3 miles in diameter with center in the crater dle volcan. For this reason all tourist activities including Trekking to …

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How Many People Travel Vacations? Countries with more travelers

How many people travel vacations?: 10 Countries with more travelers   How Many People Travel Vacations?: The tourism specialist company Oyster.com noted that US employees leave an average of 658 million vacation days unused each year. For this reason I investigate which countries are the ones that use their vacations the most to travel. The 10 Countries with more travelers are classified. We also analyzed where residents in each country prefer to travel. As well as the number of paid vacation days …

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Saint Petersburg the City of Tsars

Saint Petersburg: the Russian City Built on Marsh Founded by Tsar Peter the Great in 1703 on a marsh that was filled. It used hundreds of thousands of workers who built the city and connected with bridges about 50 islands St. Petersburg is part of the select group of cities that are connected and built on a network of canals. As in Venice, Amsterdam or Bruges, water is the medium of transport and communication. Cathedrals In just a few meters, …

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Few Places That Hate Tourists – Tourismphobia

Tourists Go Home !! This is a job where information is collected about the problem of tourism impact in some places. In some cities rational precautions are taken: But in others (very few) an alarming syndrome develops. The turismo-phobia.  The turism-phobia. Here is the information that could gather, more personal experiences having personally visited four of those places. Barcelona – Spain Ada Colau shortly after taking office as mayor in 2015: “We do not want the city to become a …

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