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The safest countries for female travelers around the world have been revealed. There are few things in life that are quite as rewarding, liberating and enjoyable as taking your first trip as a solo traveler. A trip taken fully on your own terms, without compromising on your travel plans or feeling guilty about taking a …

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Albania is gaining more popularity among travelers lately, all thanks to TikTok where many of its hidden gems have gone viral. While this is great news for the local economy, set to benefit from the influx of tourists, it can also turn the seemingly untarnished Balkan nation into yet another one of Europe’s tourist dumps. …

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Two major cruise companies have been applying different strategies to stay competitive in the cruise market and here’s what travelers should know.  Princess Cruises —the American cruise line owned by the Carnival Corporation— just introduced a new bidding program. The company will allow guests to bid for cabin upgrades on selected cruise ships starting September …

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Ever since the world reopened, flight tickets and hotel fares have seen unprecedented hikes, making international travel a lot more expensive. This can partly be attributed to inflation, a pent up travel demand and the global economic upheaval, but multiple destinations shoulder some of the blame by openly discouraging budget travelers from returning. Tourism may …

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Now that airfares are getting increasingly expensive, the era of train travel is officially back, and countries that up until now had invested primarily in road infrastructure, or their aviation sectors, are turning their gaze to the railway. One of the world’s top tourist destinations, Mexico is among them, planning to have 11 train routes …

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Cancun may have established itself as the world’s top vacay hotspot, but sargassum remains its biggest foe. The Mexican city, home to an array of luxury resorts and cultural attractions, has been battling the phenomenon for the better part of 2022, with future guests now wondering: When, exactly, should they book a Cancun getaway to …

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Two more new non-stop flights are set to leave the United States bound for Turkey, as the ambitious Turkish Airlines looks to build on its route offerings both for the United States and to several other destinations around the world. The latest announcements come just a few months since the airline’s previous expansion into North …

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Several travelers have been scammed in Florida and it has become a major security issue in top destinations like Miami, Fort Lauderdale, and Panama City. Rental scams are so popular in the state that cybersecurity experts are calling it the “Scam Capital of the World.” A few days ago, Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody issued …

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A collection of airlines operating with the United States are set to cut more than 30,000 flights between them this November, adding further misery to travelers amidst the current chaotic travel climate. Despite the appetite for travel being back strong than ever, airlines have struggled with the incessant demand for flights, making this announcement of …

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We might be never catching a break from Covid. After a mostly restriction-free summer, which saw vaccination requirements being lifted and other once-stringent rules scrapped, Germany will be making a controversial move beginning this fall and reinstate restrictions – among them, a mask mandate for the entire winter. Although it’s clearly shifted to more liberal …

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If there is one phrase that has consistently made headlines for travel this summer, it’s travel chaos. Never-ending lines for security, consistent delays and cancellations, and piles of lost luggage have become a grim reality for travelers this summer, particularly in Europe. In fact, Europe was considered the worst place to travel this summer due …

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The U.S. State Department has issued 10 new travel advisory updates as part of its ongoing commitment to keeping American travelers safe during their travels around the world. The latest round of travel advisory updates were posted on the State Department’s website just yesterday, and feature a diverse range of countries around the world, as …

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