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New York Is The Most Expensive U.S. City For Air Travel Right Now

Flight costs have soared through the roof since the world reopened for tourism. In the U.S., a pent-up travel demand has pushed prices up the highest, with the airfare inflation being attributed to a handful of destinations only. One of them is New York, named by TravelPerk the most expensive city for air travel right …

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Las Vegas Hidden Hotel Fees Continue To Skyrocket

Las Vegas is always a trendy destination and tourism has recently increased, but so have hidden fees. This city offers travelers the best shows, entertainment, casinos, quick weddings, and a unique ambiance that can only be found here.  From January to June over 18.5 million tourists visited this city this year. Compared to the same …

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6 Underground European Attractions To Beat The Heat This Summer

Europe has been dealing with record heat waves this summer, and the heat will be here a while longer. The United Kingdom recently recorded its hottest day ever seen, with a temperature reading of just over 104 F° (40 C°). Spain even became the first country to begin a naming system for heatwaves, much like …

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Top 10 Most Expensive U.S. Cities To Rent A Car

Rental cars are pricey right now. According to AAA, rental car prices have increased by about $40 per day compared to 2019 costs. 2021 saw the worst car rental prices, which were 34% higher than this year. However, costs are still high. Knowing which cities have the highest costs for rental cars may help some …

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Spain’s New Air Conditioning Rules Could Have Travelers In A Sweat

Spain’s latest rules about the use of air conditioning in public spaces could have the millions of travelers that visit the country each year in a sweat. Famed amongst other reasons for its warm, sunny climate and idyllic beaches, Spain’s hot weather is one of its main attractions, with travelers escaping their colder climes to …

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Hilton Has Launched Its 8th All Inclusive Property in Mexico and The Caribbean

The global brand Hilton Hotels & Resorts has been expanding in Mexico and the Caribbean. Now, travelers from all over the world will be able to enjoy and have a unique luxurious experience at any of the company’s all-inclusive resorts.  The most recent all-inclusive hotel is the Hilton Tulum Riviera Maya, the company’s largest resort …

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Here’s Why You Might Not Be Able To Book Flights To London In The Immediate Future

A short time after London Heathrow, one of the Europe’s busiest airports, urged airlines to stop selling tickets as they couldn’t possibly cope with an overwhelming demand, British Airways has been one of the first to follow the order. BA won’t simply trim their schedule, though: it is going as far as temporarily halting ticket …

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These 6 Travel Apps Are Must Have With This Year’s Chaos

Be Armed With The Mose Useful Digital Tools Before Your Next Trip Travel can be extremely stressful this year. As airlines, airports, and every other aspect of the industry try and recover from two years of stagnancy, growing pains are rife, and we should enter any travel experience preparing for the worst. In recent weeks, …

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8 Off The Beaten Path Things To Do In New Jersey This Summer

Located a few hours from New York City, New Jersey is a gorgeous state on the East Coast that offers visitors a wide variety of things to do. If you’re looking for some ideas, this list has you covered. From untouched nature to hidden bars, here are 8 off the beaten path things to do …

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Europe Delays Introduction Of Tourist Fee For Another Year

Here we go again. More than six years since it unveiled its plan to launch a U.S.-style Travel Authorization scheme, which many now deem a ‘tourist fee’, Europe has decided to push back the date – once again – on top of multiple previous postponements dating back to 2020. Instead of early 2023, the so-called …

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These U.S. Airlines Had The Most Delays And Cancelations In July

Air travel in the United States and the rest of the world has had a rough summer, with some airports even capping the number of flights allowed per day. Demand has skyrocketed after years of being unable to travel due to the pandemic. Now that the world is easing restrictions and opening back up, travelers …

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Top 7 Boutique Hotels In San Francisco

In contrast to larger, more generic hotels, boutique hotels are generally defined as hotels that offer a more personalized stay, a smaller number of rooms, and/or often have trendy or unique decor and amenities. Staying at such a hotel is a great way to add some unique, memorable flavor to your trip. Here are 7 …

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