We have just being informed that the 42nd Oberammergau Passion Play, that was supposed to start on the 16 May 2020 is officially postponed to 2022.
The decision comes after the new regulations in Germany banning all big events in order to avoid the spread of the Coronavirus.
The first performance of the Passion Play is now planned for the 21 May 2022.
Do not hesitate to contact us for further details.
Cyprus Deputy Ministry of Tourism announced that passengers who intend to fly to Cyprus, from China, Hong Kong, Japan, South Korea, Iran, Singapore and Italy (regions of Lombardy, Venice, Emilia Romagna and Piedmont), will be advised, upon arrival to the island, to remain in isolation for 14 days.
Please check here for more details on travel restrictions in Europe.
Last updates on the situation in Europe:
- Louvre Museum in Paris is now open again
- Italy has officially cancelled all congresses and events (including Vinitaly, Biennale in Venice and Milan Furniture Fair which have been postponed to a later date in 2020)
- As of 4 March 2020 more than 3,300 cases have been reported in the EU/EEA, the UK, Monaco, San Marino and Switzerland
- No new travel restrictions have been introduced in the last 24 hours
TCA is closely monitoring the situation and will post regular updates.
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The Board of the Alhambra and Generalife has confirmed that a new booking procedure will be in place for tickets to the Alhambra Palace. The procedure will be effective from the 1st March and apply to bookings from May 2020 onward.
The Municipality of Venice has now published the 2020 stamp calendar of the landing contribution rate that will be introduced from the 1st July.
Group tickets will be subject to a significant rate increase starting from 1st January 2020.
After the increase of the tourist tax for all visitors staying in the city of Amsterdam, the Municipality has now confirmed new regulations for the guided tours within the city centre.
The Municipality of Amalfi has announced the new parking costs valid for summer 2020, with quite substantial increases.
A large fire has damaged a part of Hallstatt, the beautiful 16th-century village in Austria. Tourists have been asked to avoid the town centre if possible, while local authorities commence the reparation works.
On the 7th November the City Council in Amsterdam has approved the new tourist taxes increase that will be implemented in 2020.