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36 Million Tourists Have Visited Florida This Year Driving Hotel Rates Up 40%

Whether it be the sun, sea, the eased health restrictions on the ground, the accessible location, or all the Disney culture and amusement parks, the state of Florida is booming when it comes to tourism. A report was released by the Florida government this week, revealing that the Sunshine State welcomed approximately 36 million visitors …

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Travel To Cambodia Is Back: Here’s What It’s Like On The Ground

Testing and quarantine have been scrapped for vaccinated travelers in recent months, land borders are reopening, and local businesses are preparing for new customers. Travel to Cambodia is back as the Southeast Asian nation gets ready for more visitors after a two-year closure. But, what’s it like on the ground? Here’s a glimpse into Cambodia’s …

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U.S. Travelers Will Save On EU Trips As The Dollar And Euro Almost Hit Par

Low exchange rates have always been a tempting reason for travelers to visit a destination. The cost of souvenirs, hotel stays, restaurants, and even splurging on a private tour doesn’t hit as hard when your home currency in a foreign country gives you more bang for your buck. And as the exchange rate between the …

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Canadian Airlines Announce New International And Domestic Flight Routes

Airlines are ramping up flights to new destinations around the world, and Canadian airlines are no different. This week, the major Canada-based airlines WestJet and Air Transat announced the launch of some inaugural nonstop routes to European destinations. The new flights include services to Rome, Amsterdam, and London’s Gatwick International Airport. We’ve got all the …

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Why Mexico Is Still Americans Favorite Holiday Destination

There’s just something about Mexico. The sun, the people, the diversity, the food, the great weather – there are so many reasons tourists flock to Mexico, and the numbers show that there’s no signs of stopping. According to some of the latest statistics on the first quarter of 2022, international arrivals to Mexico have almost …

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Over 65 Percent Of Europe Is Open To Americans Without Restrictions

Wondering where visitors from the US can travel to in Europe? Entry requirements have been dropping like flies over the past few months, and as of right now, over 65% of Europe is open to Americans, as well as other nationalities like Canadians and Brits, without any travel restrictions. So if you’re looking to plan …

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Airlines Can Legally Deny You Boarding For These Reasons

A flight ticket and a photo ID doesn’t always guarantee you boarding on an airplane (even if you’re all ready to go with your coffee in hand). While US airlines have a long list of guidelines to abide by, another set of standards apply to all air travelers across the country. These standards allow airlines …

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Airlines Must Pay You Up To 4 Times The Cost Of Your Flight If This Problem Happens

Ever get to the airport only to find out that you’ve been bumped from your flight? If this problem happens, you might be entitled to monetary compensation (and it might be more than you think!) What Is Involuntary Denied Boarding? When an airline oversells their tickets and you aren’t given a seat on the plane, …

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Armenia And Kyrgyzstan Remove Entry Requirements

The nations of Armenia and Kyrgyzstan announced this week that they will be lifting all Covid-related entry requirements for all incoming travelers, effective May 1st, 2022. Once the changes go into effect on Sunday, travelers won’t have to show any proof of a negative PCR test result or a vaccination certificate in order to enter …

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These U.S. Cities Launch More Flight Services To Mexican Hot Spots

It’s no secret that Mexico has become one of the hottest travel destinations over the past few years (and before that, frankly). And now with the demand has come the supply. Whether you’re looking for a new fascinating city to explore in the mountains of northern Mexico or re-visit an old favorite, your next Mexican …

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Summer Travel 2022: 5 Epic Road Trips In The U.S. To Take This Year

Still worried about confusing international travel rules? There’s always a solution. Why not head out on the open road and take a drive through the U.S. this summer? From underrated national parks to the most scenic drives in California, here are some adventurous summer road trip ideas for 2022 in the U.S. that won’t break …

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Switzerland Removes All Entry Requirements

In more travel news this week, officials in Switzerland announced on Thursday that the nation will be removing its covid-related entry requirements for travelers. The updated guidance will come into effect on May 2nd, 2022. The announcement was made by Switzerland’s State Secretariat for Migration (SEM) on Thursday via a post on Twitter, confirming that …

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