- Despite nonessential travel still being discouraged in many places, some tourism-reliant destinations are beginning to hatch plans to welcome back tourists.
- Italy is already open to international tourists even though it saw one of Europe’s deadliest coronavirus outbreaks.
- The Florida Keys opened to visitors June 1, though they are cutting their occupancy in half until June 15.
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1. Portland, Maine, US
The Harbour City of Maine is not to be confused
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