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Summer is approaching and everyone starts to think about the holidays. The European Union has the intention of helping the tourists.
For several months, the countries are closed in on themselves because of the Covid-19. However, the Eu has the intention to give a small boost to the tourists for the holidays.
For more than two months, the French remained confined to their homes and the country are closed in on themselves due to the virus. This has had a significant impact on the economy and tourism around the world.
Monday, 16 June, some countries of the European Union have chosen to waive their borders. The virus is more rare in Europe. Thus, it has the intention ofhelping the country to attract tourists during the vacation of summer. Moreover, several countries such as Sicily have chosen to offer discount coupons.
The goal this summer is to help countries to revive tourism. Thus, the european Commission has launched a website called ” Re-open HAD “ to guide tourists on holiday abroad.
This site is updated very often and is in 24 languages. As well, this allows all the tourists from the EU to be able to use it with ease. The site gives information on the conditions of travel in each country of the European Union.
Vacations : learn all about the health measures of each country
The site “Re-open HAD” made the point about the sanitary measures against the Covid-19 for each country. Then, it also puts forward the means of transport to use to enter the country. It is, therefore, whether the cars / motorbikes / campervans are accepted.
Then, the site also explains if the tourists must make a quarantine or to have a medical certificate to enter an EU country. And then, at the level of tourism, “Re-open HAD” gives information on restaurants, shops, beaches, museums open throughout the summer holidays.
Finally, the site describes the locations where the tourists will have to wear a mask during the holidays. And then, he also makes the point about social distancing. The tourists can therefore know before planning their stay and leave as peacefully as possible.