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Travelers Who Want To Visit Venice Will Have To Pre-Book And Pay A Fee

Starting this summer an online registration system for Venice will be implemented  Venice is one of the top destinations in Italy—and in Europe— and new rules are about to change the way tourists get to visit this iconic “floating city” within the next few weeks.  Local authorities announced on Wednesday the implementation of a new …

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Uber and Lyft Remove Mask Mandate In The United States and Canada

Face coverings are now optional and drivers and passengers will decide whether or not they would like to ride without masks The American ride-share companies Uber and Lyft announced the removal of the mask mandate for drivers and passengers this Tuesday. The decision has been taken after a federal judge ruled against the extension of …

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Argentina Wants To Become Digital Nomad’s Top Destination in Latin America

Buenos Aires expects to host 22,000 remote workers by 2023  Argentina is a large country with a rich culture, gorgeous landscapes, and delicious food. With its technology and infrastructure development, it is becoming the perfect hotspot for digital nomads. At least, that’s what the Argentinian Government believes. In a recent press release, the National Institute …

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This Beach in Mexico Deemed Unsafe For Swimming Due To Contaminated Water

Playa Hermosa hasn’t passed the test for the fourth time in a row due to sewage water disposal in that location Going to a beautiful beach in Mexico but not being able to swim or enjoy the warm Caribbean blue waters sounds more like torture than a dream vacation. Travelers must know that not all …

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Masks On Flights Remain Mandatory For At Least Another 2 Weeks

The US government announced on Wednesday that all transportation networks will be extending the mask mandate requirement for planes, trains, buses, and public transportation until at least May 3, 2022. Travelers especially were expecting to see the end of this rule, as the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) had already extended this mandate several times and …

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Chile Removes Entry Requirements on April 14

Chilean authorities announced on Tuesday that starting on Thursday, April 14th, international travelers will no longer be required to present proof of vaccination or a PCR test to enter. This means that travelers from all nations, regardless of vaccination status, can once again enter Chile test-free and quarantine-free. After this announcement, Chile became the 31st …

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Croatia Drops Masks On Flights As Tourism Continues To Grow

Wearing face coverings during flights and in Croatian territory is now optional  The Croatian government recently announced new regulations and stated that masks are only mandatory in hospitals and care centers. Following the government’s lead, flag carrier Croatia Airlines also announced the end of their in-flight mask policy, instated in March 2020, becoming the latest …

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​​New Summer Travel Cheat Sheet To Help US Travelers Buy Cheap Flights

Have you been searching for the best flight prices for your summer vacations? The American online travel giant Expedia has been analyzing recent data on their web search and discovered that US travelers have been planning their summer vacations even before spring break and Easter vacations.  According to the information shared by Expedia in a …

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Colombia Continues To Grow In Popularity With American Travelers

During Easter, the Latin American country will hit a new record for international travelers after the pandemic started Now with simplified entry rules, like test-free entry for vaccinated toursits, more travelers are ready to explore exotic destinations and places with rich cultures, beautiful beaches, and fascinating jungles like Colombia. The number of international travelers visiting …

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Uber Looks To Add Flights, Trains, Hotels and Car Rentals To App

The popular transportation company will activate soon a pilot feature in the United Kingdom Do you see yourself booking your next trip and including flights, train tickets, and car rides all through just one app? Uber does and will make it possible for its customers. Uber announced their new ambitious plan on Wednesday. The American …

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These U.S. Airports Have The Longest Wait Times At Security

Do you know how long you are going to wait at the airport? You will now! A new report shared by Bounce, a luggage storage app, shows which airports give the longest and shortest wait times at security.  For travelers, the wait time at airports can affect their travel experience, and having data about selected …

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Travelers Will Find Renting Cars From This Company Easier Than Ever

Travelers renting cars in the United States will no longer have to worry about paying for gas or refilling the gas tank before they take the vehicle back to the car rental.  The American car rental company Hertz recently announced a new partnership with the Swedish electric performance automotive brand Polestar that might simplify the …

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