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These Are The Cheapest And Most Expensive Countries To Visit In Europe

Countries in Europe might be very close to each other but consumer goods and services prices can be way different. Do you know which country has the most expensive hotels and restaurants? A new report has all these answers. In a recent publication made by the European Commission’s data analysis wing Eurostat, the Comparative price …

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Thailand Lifts All Mask Requirements Both Indoors And Outdoors

Once one of the strictest countries in Southeast Asia, Thailand has been progressively easing its Covid mandates in recent weeks. After removing the Thailand Pass, an entry authorization visitors had to apply for before entering, the country has now lifted all mask requirements, both indoors and outdoors, being the freest it’s ever been in over …

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Over 1,800 Campgrounds In The U.S. and Canada Are Now Available On Booking.com

Travel fans, nature lovers and travelers looking for something a little different this summer can rejoice, as more than 1800 campgrounds across the US and Canada are now available to be booked directly on the Booking.com platform. As the cost of flight tickets abroad, hotel stays and everything else in between continues to rise exponentially …

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These 5 Sleeper Train Routes Are Your Best Bet For Exploring Europe This Summer

With flight cancellations, delays and virtual chaos at airports becoming an all-too-familiar story at the moment – these 5 sleeper train routes could be your best bet for exploring Europe this summer. And, there is no denying that traveling by sleeper train – which is also referred to as a ‘night train’ – offers a …

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Americans Can Travel To These Destinations Without A Passport

With Covid and travel restrictions starting to feel more like yesterday’s news, travel is finally picking up after two years of being placed on an indefinite hold. Whether it’s domestic or international tourism, demand is back to pre-pandemic levels, and millions of Americans are eager to jet off to nearest paradise destination. Even as the …

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This Theme Park Is Rated Best In The World According To Trip Advisor

Siam Park, a popular waterpark in Spain, has been ranked as the best theme park in the world by Tripadvisor. The park has won a Traveler’s Choice Award designating it as not only the world’s best waterpark, but also the best amusement park overall. Siam Park has held the title of the world’s best waterpark …

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This U.S. City Was Named The Best In The World For Remote Work

A city in the United States has just been named the best destination in the world for remote work. The way we travel wasn’t the only thing that the pandemic altered, with the way many of us choose to work also undergoing a shift over the past few months. More and more, people are choosing …

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Now That Unvaccinated Canadians Can Travel, Here’s Where They Can Go This Summer

In recent days the Canadian government dropped proof of vaccination requirements for travel, allowing unvaccinated Canadians to freely travel domestically and internationally. Unvaccinated Canadians can finally scratch their travel itch this summer and embark on long-awaited vacations. For many unvaccinated Canadians, this news comes long overdue as Canada had some of the strictest Covid restrictions …

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These Are the European Airports Travelers May Want to Avoid This Summer

If you’re planning a trip to Europe this summer, you might be in for long travel delays and there are a few airports across the continent you may want to avoid. Europe has been inundated with travel interruptions that have caused headaches and frustration for hundreds of thousands of people in the past few weeks …

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Canadian Government Says All Canceled Flights Will Be Refunded Regardless Of Reason

As the summer of travel chaos worsens, and vacationers prepare for a worst case scenario, the Canadian Government is planning to ensure all canceled flights are covered, regardless of reason. Up until now, air passengers have only been entitled to reimbursements when disruption was within a carrier’s control. This will change pretty soon. A new …

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South Africa Removes All Entry Requirements

South Africa has removed its remaining Covid-related entry requirements – as well as lifted its nationwide indoor mask mandate. The news has just been announced by the nation’s government – with the country’s Minister of Health, Dr Joe Phaahla also revealing that rules and regulations surrounding limitations on public gatherings will also cease to exist. …

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CDC Lowers Covid Health Risk For 6 More Countries

With Covid finally on course to become an endemic disease, and no longer a particularly worrying threat to public health, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is making some important updates to its travel advisories. Now, six more countries have had their health risk levels downgraded, enjoying a new Level 2 status. Throughout …

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