A host of popular destinations are beginning to ease their COVID-19 lockdown measures and border restrictions and are moving toward welcoming tourists back. As of June 15, the international tourism period began in Greece, with seasonal hotels allowed to open their doors again. Direct international flights to tourist destinations will gradually resume from July 1.
On May 13th, the European Commission issued guidance on how to resume travel safely, thereby rebooting Europe’s tourism industry. From Italy to Spain, countries around the world are slowly relaxing their lockdowns, easing into a new normal. Greece will allow direct international flights from 29 countries starting June 15.