After a year, Europe welcomes travellers back in the hopes of reviving tourism.
After more than a year of Covid-imposed limitations, Europe is reopening to Americans and other visitors in the hopes of drawing tourists - and their cash - back to the continent's trattorias, landscapes, and cultural treasures. Travelers, on the other hand, will require patience to figure out who is permitted to enter which country, how, and when.
Top 17 incredible facts about world you should know
1.Thailand's bats are the world's tiniest mammals. This should undoubtedly be included among the world's cutest facts. The world's tiniest bats (and mammals) live in the limestone caves of Sai Yok National Park. Isn't it adorable, despite the bat soup jokes?