Major Travel Destinations That Will Reopen This Summer

While some may not want to risk travelling during the COVID-19 pandemic, some may opt to travel. If you do not feel like you should travel during the COVID-19 pandemic, then you should opt for virtual traveling which is also fun. Also, you can play real money online casino games after you finish virtually travelling. Well if you prefer to travel, we have got you covered. Here are destinations that will reopen this summer.


Iceland is a beautiful country filled with waterfalls and ice caves. The country is set to open its boarders to international travellers soon. There are measures that the country will implement due to the COVID-19 pandemic, all travellers will be re8quired to either be tested for the virus or stay in quarantine for two weeks before they can enter the country. There are currently 1 803 confirmed cases of COVID-19 cases and 10 related deaths as of the end of May 20.


Bali is an island in Indonesia. It will be accepting travellers in July, this is becau9se the island relies on international tourism. There are currently 17 514 confirmed cases of COVID-19 and 1 148 deaths.


Italy is the most affected European country when it comes to COVID-19. The country recently lifted various restrictions that were imposed in the country since March. Museums such as the Vatican and some restaurants and cafes are now open to the locals for the first time since lockdown measures were imposed. The country will from June 3 reopen major destinations such as Venice and Rome to European Union Visitors.

On June 15, all international travellers will be able to travel to Italy without any self-quarantine or testing requirements. This is good news for online casino players who travel a lot.


Beaches have already been opened to domestic travellers in the country. The country had 27 709 COVID-19 cases and 27 709 deaths. Visitors are required to go through a two-week quarantine before they enter the country. The country is planning to reopen major museu9ms and galleries.