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The Cheapest Days To Travel By Train And Bus In The U.S. Over The Holidays

Traveling to gather with the family for the holidays can be stressful and pricey in the United States, especially near Christmas and new year’s eve. For those planning to travel by train or bus, a recent study revealed the best dates to travel in the upcoming days.  Wanderu—a ground and air travel metasearch engine— gathered …

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Hyatt Opens 2 New All Inclusive Resorts In Popular Destinations

If you are genuinely looking for a relaxing vacation experience, a resort in the Caribbean is probably one of the best options, and the famous hotel chain Hyatt has two brand-new fascinating options for travelers.  Hyatt has recently opened two luxury all-inclusive resorts, one on the island of St. Lucia—the last Caribbean country to ease …

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France Bans Shorthaul Flights From Paris To These 3 Destinations

Are you traveling to France? There’s a new travel measure that could affect your trip plan. Last Friday, the European Commission approved France’s decision to limit air traffic and ban domestic short-haul flights. There is one main condition forbidding certain itineraries. If the flight route is possible to make in less than 2.5 hours by …

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New All-Inclusive Resort To Open On Private Island In Dominican Republic

The Dominican Republic is one of this year’s top winter destinations, and the trend is expected to continue, especially now that more hotels and resorts are opening their doors. One of the largest anticipated projects for 2023 in this beautiful country is Cayo Levantado Resort, and it’s just been announced that they are now open …

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Airlines Start Limiting Who Can Enter Airport Lounges Giving Exclusivity To Business Class Travelers

Airport lounges are like an oasis in a desert when navigating crowded airports. Here travelers can find comfortable seats, relaxing music, and exclusive services away from stressful and busy halls. Business class passengers, people willing to pay, frequent fliers and many elite credit card holders are packing lounges beyond capacity. Now airlines are taking steps …

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Marriott Opens Courtyard Hotel On Iconic Beachfront In Mazatlan

Marriott recently announced the opening of the Courtyard By Marriott Mazatlán Beach Resort. The new 5-star resort is located right on the beach in the Golden Zone, which is a prime tourist area in Mazatlán, Mexico. The resort has 195 guestrooms, modern facilities, and outstanding services, and its location is perfect. The Golden Zone is a …

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What Travelers Can Expect From Mexico’s Newest World Heritage Site Near Mexico City

Now that travel is back to “normal,” people can truly get to experience new places and visit more off-the-beaten-path destinations and unique attractions, especially those that were relevant during the pandemic, but travelers were still hesitant to visit. Last year, in July, UNESCO included the Franciscan Ensemble of the Monastery and Cathedral of Our Lady …

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Americans Will Spend $6700 On Their Winter Getaway, Here’s How To Reduce Costs

Winter travel is expected to be more expensive than ever, particularly for those visiting ski resorts and exotic places. The thing is that after the pandemic, travelers changed their habits and are preferring different international destinations, and a new report has evidence of this.  According to a recent study performed by the travel insurance comparison …

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These Airports Have Co-working Spaces For Digital Nomads And Remote Workers

Now that remote work is more common than ever, more travelers like to use waiting times at the airport to work and be productive. The bad news is that not all airports have the infrastructure or suitable spaces to work comfortably. The loud noises, the crowds, the lack of tables, and the horrible —or unavailable— …

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​​Experts From The New York Times Say These Are The Top Travel Experiences

The world has so many experiences to offer all kinds of travelers that sometimes it is hard to choose. There are places, things, and activities you didn’t even know existed. Luckily for ambitious travelers searching for new challenges or life-changing moments, there’s a new exciting list with amazing ideas and travel experiences. Experts from the …

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Amtrak Offers Sale On Trains Across The U.S. And You Can Actually Bring Your Car

Did you know that there’s a way to get away from that horrible holiday traffic jam by actually bringing your car with you on a train? If you are one of those travelers who like to hit the road for thanksgiving or Christmas on the east coast, this will be of interest to you, especially …

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Frontier Will Not Answer Your Call, The Airline Eliminates Telephone Assistance

Do you want to complain about a Frontier flight delay, ask a question about your itinerary, or just get help by phone? Well, you won’t be able to reach a company agent if you call the carrier’s phone number. No human being will speak to you now. According to the information shared on Travel Weekly, …

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