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Despite many places still discouraging nonessential travel, a lot of tourism-reliant economies plan to reopen for business as soon as June 1.
30 ways to leave home without actually leaving the couch, from virtual zoo exhibits to museum gallery tours
You can explore a national park, tour a NASA space center, and enjoy art from Picasso and Vincent van Gogh all without leaving home.
Iceland plans to reopen for tourists by June 15, with free COVID-19 tests available for every arrival
Iceland, which has a population of about 364,000, has had just 1,803 confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus and 10 related deaths.
Tourists visiting Hawaii must quarantine for 14 days upon arrival to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus, but some aren't following the rules.
Almost a third of Hawaii’s workforce has filed for unemployment since mid-March. Photos of empty airports and boarded-up shops show the devastat...
While Hawaii has one of the lowest coronavirus fatality rates in the US, its tourism-dependent workforce has suffered.
Greece thinks tourists will be able to visit as early as July after the country had a successful coronavirus lockdown
Greece, which has a population of 10.72 million, has counted 2,632 cases of COVID-19 and 146 deaths from the virus.
Hawaii is paying for tourists to fly home to places like Guam and Denver, showing the deepening rift between locals and visitors in popular vacation s...
More than 3,000 tourists have arrived in Hawaii in April, according to the state's tourism authority.
Haunting photos of the Brooklyn Bridge show how the coronavirus pandemic turned New York City into a ghost town
The Brooklyn Bridge walkway is normally so crowded that it can be hard to move more than a few steps at a time. The coronavirus has changed that.
Hawaii's tourism sector has suffered the biggest hit of all 50 states, according to a new report from WalletHub.
The coronavirus pandemic has hit the Greek tourism sector hard with 65% of hoteliers saying they could face bankruptcy
"Every industry will change after this [pandemic]. Whether this change will last forever, or 10 years, or three years, nobody can know."