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Europe Delays Introduction Of Tourist Fee For Another Year

Here we go again. More than six years since it unveiled its plan to launch a U.S.-style Travel Authorization scheme, which many now deem a ‘tourist fee’, Europe has decided to push back the date – once again – on top of multiple previous postponements dating back to 2020. Instead of early 2023, the so-called …

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Germany’s Busiest Airport Is The Latest To Add Flight Limits To Combat Travel Chaos

Shortly after Amsterdam and London’s airports announced they would add a capacity cap in order to help air traffic operators cope with the surging travel demand, Germany’s busiest airport has announced it will be joining them in limiting daily flights. If you’re due to fly via Frankfurt International in the coming weeks, we advise you …

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This Is Why Americans Should Be Happy Europe Will Charge An Entry Fee In 2023

In recent weeks, we’ve seen a huge furor on the internet after Europe announced tourists will be charged an entry fee from 2023. Millions of U.S. citizens, who had been allowed to travel to the continent for years requirement-free, were not exactly thrilled at the prospect… Except they should be. On this article, we will …

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3 Big Changes Coming To Croatia Next Year Travelers Need To Know

Some big changes are coming to Croatia next year that will directly impact tourists visiting the Mediterranean country. If you’re one of those dreaming of a Dalmatian summer in 2023, especially now that all Covid entry requirements have been dropped, be warned: new visa regimes changes and a new, stronger currency are being introduced. After …

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American Travelers Will Have Fast Track Entry When Visiting France This Summer

Traveling abroad for summer 2022 will be much more challenging than initially expected, as countries struggle to keep up with a rising travel demand and staff shortages. Still, some destinations are better prepared than others, and are even simplifying entry for foreigners. This is the case with France, where Americans now enjoy fast track entry. …

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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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Greece Removes Masks On Flights And Indoor Areas For Summer

Greece has officially become the latest European country to lift the inflight mask requirement and make mask usage optional for air travel. While it already scrapped outdoor mask usage back in March, it had continued to enforce them in most indoor venues, including flights. This finally ends on June 1, 2022. When the European Union …

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U.S. Travelers Will Require Authorization Traveling To Europe Starting In 2023

American travelers – from next year (2023) – will be required to register before traveling to more than half of the nations in Europe. Citizens of the U.S. – along with travelers from around 60 other countries – will need to register their details on the European Travel Information and Authorisation System (ETIAS). And, they …

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