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As the current Omicron wave wanes, a number of countries in the Americas have been relaxing once strict entry regimes that kept most visitors out throughout the pandemic. The trend has been particularly prominent in South America, in which a majority of countries have remained receptive to international tourists, even after the likes of Europe …

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Singapore is currently one of the toughest countries for foreigners to visit. Having remained virtually sealed off from the rest of the world for the best part of the pandemic, and only allowing pre-approved travelers arriving from specific countries to visit, the Asian hotspot may be finally lifting most of these strict requirements once the …

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In trying to manage the overwhelming influx of tourists arriving to its shores every day, Mexico is inaugurating a new airport serving Mexico City, its busy, metropolitan capital. While these would normally be good news, especially considering how chaotic Mexico City’s International Airport – AICM has become over the last few years, tourists may be …

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Ramping up its Caribbean service, American Airlines has just unveiled a new direct flight from Miami, Florida to the up and coming tourist destination of Samaná, in the Dominican Republic. The seasonal route was originally offered from the airline’s Charlotte base, though it will now benefit Floridians dreaming of an island escape instead. Largely overlooked …

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Besides the usual bureaucracy involved with traveling abroad, such as checking passport validity and visa requirements, vacationing during Covid comes with its own set of challenges. From strict testing regimes to proof of vaccination status, travelers have had to comply with extremely complex rules when visiting other countries. Fortunately, now that the global community is …

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As the Russian invasion of Ukraine intensifies, with air raids being carried out and a wave of refugees to the West being spurred, Europe has been met with a large-scale crisis of the kind never seen since World War II. For that reason, travel to the Old Continent may soon come with its own challenges, …

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The Russian invasion of Ukraine has plunged Europe into the largest and bloodiest conflict it has seen since the end of World War II. And, as Vladimir Putin‘s troops continue to gather and push further west into Ukraine, there have been fears the already fragile travel industry, which was brought to its knees during Covid, …

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After tightening entry rules in response to the rapid spread of Omicron, the Scandinavian nation of Denmark is once again rolling back measures as the epidemiological situation improves. Now, all American travelers can enter Denmark without presenting a negative Covid, although the unvaccinated still face post-arrival testing requirements. With the updated guidelines, Denmark now joins …

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Even though the Omicron variant seems to have been controlled, the Covid-19 pandemic continues to cause disruption to the travel sector, with United Airlines announcing a network re-shuffle that will certainly impact several U.S. travelers flying domestically. Due to low demand, a total of seventeen flight routes will be axed by the company, including flights …

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Ever since Russia launched a large-scale invasion of Ukraine earlier this week, American citizens who are due to arrive in Europe, and particularly in the Eastern fringes of the continent, have been expressing concerns regarding the impact of war on travel. Those are not unfounded: with both the United States and its NATO partners severing …

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As the epidemiological scenario continues to improve and Omicron seems to have been controlled, Jamaica is relaxing some of the restrictions which had been imposed across the island in late 2021 to fight the variant. Besides reducing curfew hours, the country has now scrapped its travel authorization form and seemingly quarantine requirements. In an announcement …

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Once one of the hardest countries in Europe for Americans to get into, Austria is taking yet another huge step towards fully reopening for foreign visitors. From February 22, holding a recent negative Covid test will also be accepted as valid proof for entry, meaning all categories of travelers, including the unvaccinated, will be again …

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