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Passengers Missing Flights Across Europe After Travel Chaos At Airports Continue

As a result of increasingly common staff shortages, security issues and flight delays, thousands of passengers have missed their flights across Europe this week. The travel chaos experienced in some of the heavily affected airports is likely to continue as the aviation industry faces one of its worst post-Covid crises – and it could aggravate …

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Turkey Removes All Entry Requirements

After months of imposing stricter entry rules in response to Covid, Turkey is finally removing all health requirements for international arrivals. This means that, starting June 1, tourists will no longer be expected to present Covid certificates arriving at Turkey’s borders, as pandemic-related measures have been officially nullified. The cross-continental nation, which hosts Europe’s largest …

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5 Ways Mexico Has Improved The Tourist Experience For American Travelers

Since Covid started, travelers have faced bigger challenges traveling to numerous destinations, from stricter entry rules to longer airport delays. Although it is definitely not immune to the usual pandemic woes, Mexico has been working harder than any other country in improving the tourist experience for American visitors. Despite being targeted by the U.S. Government’s …

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Americans Visiting Ireland This Summer Risk Facing Severe Travel Disruption

Covid may have subsided, but traveling Europe in the upcoming months will not come without its own subset of challenges. In fact, Americans visiting Ireland this summer now risk facing severe travel disruption, as the nation’s busiest international airport in Dublin tries to strike a delicate balance between higher travel demand and staff shortages. After …

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Americans Can Now Fly Nonstop To Norway With United Airlines

Summer is fast approaching, and with it, United’s largest ever Transatlantic expansion. Besides announcing a bunch of flights to new destinations it never served before, the carrier is resuming old routes many believed had been axed for good. One of those is the Newark flight to Norway, which has returned after a six-year pause. Since …

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Meet California’s New State Park Opening In 2023

Thirteen years after the last state park opened in California, the Golden State is set to get a brand new one. A 2,100-acre property with stunning nature, the Dos Rios Ranch had been used for farming for years until a non-profit organization stepped in and rehabilitated the land. Now, it is set to open as …

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Travel Restriction Fears As PCR Tests For Monkeypox Are Rolled Out

The detection of several new monkeypox clusters in Europe and North America, continents where the disease is not widespread, have prompted fears of new restrictions right when the world was finally recovering from Covid. Now, international travelers have all the more reason to worry, as new PCR tests for monkeypox have just been rolled out. …

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CDC Issues Travel Advisory Traveling To These Countries Due To Monkeypox

Are we in the early days of a new global health emergency? After several monkeypox outbreaks were registered across Europe this week, and Belgium going as far as imposing a strict 21-day quarantine for travelers with a confirmed infection, the CDC has now issued a travel warning to a number of destinations due to the …

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Barbados Lifts Testing Requirement For Vaccinated Americans

Vaxxed sunseekers, rejoice! After months of imposing stricter entry requirements due to the 2021 Omicron spike, Barbados is finally lifting the testing requirement for fully vaccinated tourists. While they are yet to relax rules completely like Mexico and Jamaica, which have both scrapped all entry requirements, Barbadian authorities are making it easier to visit the …

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What Travelers Need To Know About The Monkeypox Virus Spreading In Europe

Just when you thought the world was ready to move on, and pandemic scares were well behind you, more trouble is brewing… This week, multiple reports have emerged of monkeypox virus outbreaks in Europe that are already prompting fears of a new global health emergency, especially in countries where the disease is not endemic. As …

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6 Laws In Spain Travelers Must Know To Avoid Hefty Fines

Traveling to Spain for summer 2022? You may want to get acquainted with six local laws that could land you hefty fines of up to U$3,146, especially if you’re not well informed enough. Including, believe it or not, wearing only a bikini or going shirtless in certain locations. While these rules do not apply to …

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Belgium Removes All Entry Requirements For Tourists

Following over 65% of its European counterparts, which have all re-instated their pre-pandemic entry rules, Belgium is now the latest in the continent to remove all entry requirements and internal mask mandates. After two years of travel bans and social curbs, this Central European nation is finally moving forward and fully reopening for tourism. Throughout …

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