Things might be better, or things might be worse, but travel will never be the same again.
As countries begin to reopen to tourists, some locations are hoping to lure visitors back with discounts, and in some cases, even offers of a partially paid-for holiday.
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The question all travellers around the world must surely be considering right now is: where to next once global lockdown is over?
The world is not your oyster right now. It's barely even your mussel.
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Travel on a plate: it's a concept I've embraced over the past few months, the idea that the best way to experience the world during lockdown is through food, through authentic dishes that capture a place and a culture.
Last year, supermodel Naomi Campbell made headlines when she shared a video of herself very thoroughly sanitising her Qatar Airlines seat. There were disinfecting wipes involved, plastic gloves and a face mask.
Given the current situation nobody is feeling particularly chipper. So perhaps there is no better time to turn our attention to this year's United Nations World Happiness Report?
Imagine a tapas bar in Seville with social distancing, or trying to maintain personal space around the Trevi Fountain on a warm summer night? It just won't be the same.
With most of us stuck at home, any list of hot destinations you must visit right now can safely be tossed out of the window. It's time, instead, to look forward to the things that aren't going to be fully open for a long time, and can be earmarked for a visit when life returns to normal again.