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When will we travel again?

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The new advice is that any travel is advised against for an indeterminate time.

The economic impact of the shutdown


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The closure of so many attractions and events will have a severe economic impact on destinations, local economies and people.

What next?


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Mass media is carrying pictures this morning of busy beaches at Bournemouth and people in groups walking up Snowden.

A St Patrick’s Day like no other


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Whilst today is St Patrick’s Day it will be quite like any other St Patrick’s Day I have ever known.

Who’d be a travel writer!


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It isn’t easy to travel overseas at the moment because all of the popular places have restrictions either on travelling there or because, museums, attractions and galleries have been temporarily closed.

Planning for the future


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Have these bookers second sight and know when this outbreak will cease or they are among life’s optimists?

Suspension of our events’ listings


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For the foreseeable future – however long that is – we are suspending our events’ column.

A spot of optimism


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For travellers and holidaymakers there isn’t a lot of good news at the moment so when any comes our way it behoves us to pass it on.

Check what the Foreign Offfice says


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Because of the coronavirus, governments are responding almost on a daily basis so travellers and holidaymakers about to depart need to look daily at what the FCO

Going for a walk


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One opportunity widely available to us is to venture into our parks, (although some are closed) open-air spaces and gardens whcih are beginning to burst with new growth.

Holidays in the open air


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panoramic view of the Lake District

Walking holidays in the UK, camping, caravanning or taking a mobile home and seeing parts that you’ve not seen before would appear to be the answer for a break.

Direct to the Faroe Islands


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Sarah Lund and one of her famous faroe jumpers

As from June 23rd, Atlantic Airways, the Faroese national carrier, will fly direct from Gatwick to Vágar Airport.

Vamos Valencia


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Spain’s third city should be your next city break says Kaye Holland

The economic impact of the shutdown


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The closure of so many attractions and events will have a severe economic impact on destinations, local economies and people.

On day one of the lockdown


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Could it be that Italy has seen the peak? If so ours might be just thirteen days away.

Gold winners from Visit England


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aerial view of Waddesdon Manor

Whilst some of these places have open-air facilities, not all are open due to coronavirus so check if you are planning a visit in the next few weeks.

Who’d work for an airline?


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tal fins of British Airways planes

Matt’s cartoon on the front page of today’s Telegraph, as one might expect of a master of comic commentary, juxtaposes the current coronavirus crisis with the other crisis of our times – climate change.