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Travelers Will Have To Pay A New Fee to Enter Europe in 2023

The ETIAS will be required next spring and once approved will be valid for three years Traveling will be a little more expensive as more fees are emerging in different destinations. Now, European authorities have announced the implementation of the European Travel Information and Authorization System (ETIAS), a platform where most non-European visitors will have …

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Travelers Will Have To Make A Reservation To Visit Major Hawaii Attraction

Starting on May 12, tourists will need to book their visit online to enter the park Last Monday, The State of Hawai’i’s Department of Land and Natural Resources (DLNR) announced that reservations will be required to visit the iconic Diamond Head State Monument, known as Lē’ahi to natives. The new system will become effective on …

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Colombia To Open New International Cruise Port

Local authorities want to promote La Guajira as an attractive tourism destination and allow international cruises to disembark The Colombian government and the local private industry are planning on getting more involved in the international cruise industry this year, and taking advantage of the increasing interest from tourists in the region.  Local authorities have announced …

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New Nonstop Flights From 3 U.S. Cites To Germany

More American cities are now connected to Frankfurt, a top destination for adventurous travelers who want to explore Europe The German carrier Condor recently announced new nonstop flights from Los Angeles, New York, and San Francisco to Frankfurt. The first new route will depart from New York on May 6. Condor Flugdienst, Germany’s second-largest carrier, …

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Low Cost Carrier Avelo Announces 5 New U.S. Routes Starting at $29

Travelers can also participate in the airline’s “1 Year Anniversary Sweepstakes” to earn free flights for a year Avelo Airlines, the ultra-low-cost carrier headquartered in Houston, recently announced 5 new routes in the United States as part of their anniversary celebration.  In June and July, the airline will be offering non-stop flights on the East …

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U.S. State Department Is Warning Travelers About Long Wait Times For Passports

Tourists must consider that new passports processing times can take up to 11 weeks and that many countries require 6 months of passport validity Now that many Americans are resuming their international travel plans and it is expected to see a high peak during summer, the U.S State Department shared relevant information for travelers to …

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U.S Cruise Lines Must Give Passengers Refunds For Cancelled or Delayed Sailings

Customers are now entitled to a refund of all money, including fees Have you seen a recent cruise itinerary being canceled? It has been a trend since the pandemic and many passengers have doubts and fears when it comes to planning a cruise vacation, but now they will be able to book with confidence.  The …

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All You Need To Know About The Travel App Created By Kevin Costner

The Oscar-winning actor wants to teach travelers about American history in his U.S. new based travel app In August 2020, the Oscar-winning actor Kevin Costner along with entrepreneur Woody Sears, launched a new travel app called HearHere promoted as a “road trip story guide”. HearHere is the perfect app for road trips in the United …

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Celebrity Cruises Announces New Services To Mexico And The Pacific Coast

Two vessels, the Celebrity Solstice and the Celebrity Millenium, will serve coastal routes starting in September The giant cruise line Celebrity Cruises —based in Miami— recently announced new vessel deployments. Two of their ships, the Celebrity Solstice and the Celebrity Millenium will start serving fresh routes, starting in September 2022. The Celebrity Solstice is coming …

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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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