On the Spanish island of Mallorca they're building a hotel exclusively for women. But the idea isn't new - a German resort has a hotel for female guests only, and in Finland there's even an entire island.
Thousands of Germans are traveling to Mallorca as part of a pilot project before Spain officially reopens its borders on June 21. What kind of vacation is possible during the coronavirus pandemic?
Did the coronavirus kill the party for cruise operators, or did it simply put the boom on hold? As DW Senior Business Editor Ben Fajzullin reports from Hamburg, consumers can be astoundingly quick to forgive and forget.
More than 500,000 people have died of COVID-19 and the number of infections worldwide has surpassed 10 million. The World Health Organization has warned that "the worst is yet to come." Follow DW for the latest.
On June 15, the German government's worldwide travel warning for most European countries will be lifted. How are tour operators and travel agencies preparing for the new start? How willing are Germans to travel?
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