Checks on travel websites significantly improve compliance with consumer rights, with 62% now abiding by EU rules.
New strategy aims to address challenges facing Europe’s growing tourism industry to help it develop and become more competitive.
New rules strengthen existing rights Europeans going on traditional package holidays, and extend protection to those creating their own holiday package by choosing which components to put together.
New proposals to open national rail networks to competition, increase investment and offer travellers more choice and better services.
Proposals to boost use of alternative fuels would ensure drivers can fill up or plug in at more stations across EU.
Proposals to make EU auto sector more competitive by investing in innovation, cutting red tape, boosting skills and increasing access to overseas markets.
EU agreements on borders, medical treatment, pets, roaming charges and passenger rights make travelling in Europe a lot easier.
The EU will invest €50bn in infrastructure – connecting Europe, boosting competitiveness and creating jobs.
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Plans for more efficient transport would connect Europe's road, rail, air and water networks, cut dependence on oil imports and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Marrying diligent driver behaviour, quality road infrastructure and sound vehicles for safer roads across Europe.
EU holidaymakers travelling by plane or train are protected by a whole range of consumer rights. Bus and boat passengers are set to be given the same levels of protection soon.
New strategy for stimulating tourism in Europe – to realise the full potential of an industry that already plays an important role in the economy.
Hundreds of towns and cities are closing some of their busiest streets to cars for one day to discourage people from driving.
Taking a holiday in Europe this summer? Going off for a week of sun and sightseeing is so much more straightforward than it used to be.
EU countries can charge operators of heavy goods vehicles for noise, congestion and air pollution caused by their lorries, under new commission plan.
Over the past four decades, customs officers have played a crucial but often invisible role in protecting EU citizens and facilitating trade.
Buying a plane ticket online is still fraught with risk - a third of consumers are "ripped off or misled and confused", says EU report.
Airport checks lifted between most EU countries and transatlantic flight restrictions ditched in new era for air travel.