Americans will not be allowed to travel to EU countries when the bloc opens up to international visitors July 1.
Scott Keyes is used to fielding questions about the best cheap flights around the world, but the queries he’s getting from globetrotters as the coronavirus pandemic continues are more basic.
At the top of the list: Where can Americans travel internationally today?
“People are very curious to know the answer to that,” the founder of travel deals website Scott’s Cheap Fights said. “The answer to that is: not very many places. And the number seems to be going in the wrong direction.”
The good news: several spots in the Caribbean and Mexico are welcoming guests again and drawing U.S. tourists as airlines resume flights and add new ones. United Airlines on Friday said it is adding additional flights to St. Thomas and San Juan, Puerto Rico. Of the few Americans traveling internationally, travel app Hopper says bookings to Puerto Rico, Mexico and the Dominican Republic topped the list in the past two months.
But the welcome mat was quickly rolled back up in one popular destination, and other destinations have tightened their entry requirements.
The Bahamas touted its reopening on July…