The city creates a space so that the 25,000 Britons who spend their holidays here can come to pay tribute to the monarch. The City Council conveys its condolences to the Embassy and the Consulate
The Alicante-Elche Miguel Hernández airport will close August with 1,800 flights that strengthen the recovery of international tourism after the pandemic, since the terminal already reaches 90% of the operations it had before the outbreak of the health crisis despite the fact that this summer there are no flights with Russia (they moved 200,000 passengers a year) or with Ukraine due to the war in Eastern Europe.
Valencia is the second destination with more foreign tourists. Castellón consolidates the domestic market with 86% of national travelers
Tabarca has become the queen of getaways from Thursday to Sunday. Hotels and restaurants are at 100% this summer, following the trend that the tourism sector has in the province in July with week starts where there is still a place to eat but not so much to sleep. The island recovers the tourist pulse after the summers of the pandemic.
A18th, 19th and 20th of August 2022. It’s not just a festival, it’s an experience! Although music is at the heart of Boombastic, the festival was designed as an experience rather than a music event. The experience of living Boombastic: getting married in the Wedding Chapel, seeing a concert from a hot air balloon or a Ferris wheel, competing in the Sports Zone, eating at their Food Trucks and, of course, enjoying the concerts.
The Entrepreneurial Ideas Contest returns after the parenthesis forced by the pandemic and of the 14 projects presented, ten have been selected for the final phase that has been developed today.
The Employment and Local Development initiative has the support of the Rotary Club, Invat.tur, CEEI-Elche, Memba and Jovempa
The space is promoted by Turisme Comunidad and has a customer service desk, audiovisual projection screen and an information touch panel. The Provincial Council launches, together with Aena, a promotional campaign in the terminal to encourage consumption and “redirect” tourists to municipalities and products
As of June 1, Germany will no longer require a 3G test upon entry. However, Spain continues to cling to it. Current travel requirements at a glance. After Switzerland and Austria, Germany has now abolished the 3G rule for entry: As of Wednesday, June 1, it is no longer necessary to present a corona test, recovery or a negative test in order to show. Anyone planning a holiday in Spain no longer needs to have the corresponding certificate ready, at least for the return trip. Unvaccinated people can therefore return to Germany without a test.