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EU Set To Allow Cross-Border Travel For Vaccinated Travelers

With their borders effectively closed since the early days of the pandemic, travelers are undoubtedly excited at the news that several European countries are easing their restrictions and opening up their borders to more travelers. In the last week alone, both Spain and Portugal have opened up for vaccinated travelers, providing new vacation options for …

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7 Romantic Weekend Getaways In The U.S. That Won’t Break The Bank

Summer is the time for romance, whether you’re looking for the perfect first date idea or you want to surprise your significant other with a weekend away. Stressing about the bill can put a damper on your romantic plans, so we’ve compiled a list of the best budget-friendly weekend vacations for making priceless memories. For …

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Australia’s Travel Restrictions To Remain As Court Battle Fails

Keeping up to date with which countries are reopening can be tricky business, but some countries have remained steadfastly consistent in their approach to handling the pandemic. For better or worse, some countries are more committed to easing restrictions at the earliest opportunity than others and, in Australia’s case, their stubbornness led to a legal …

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Puerto Rico Drops Testing Requirement For Vaccinated Americans

A summer of travel looks to be among us, with countries around the world easing their entry restrictions and dropping their entrance requirements in order to encourage travelers to visit. Not only is that the case for international travel, but domestic travel too. Puerto Rico is one of the most recent states to change its …

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EU Reaches Agreement On Travel Pass – What Travelers Need To Know

The wheels of bureaucracy move agonizingly slowly, and there’s nowhere than that is truer than in the European Union. Months after the idea was first floated, the EU has moved another step closer towards making Covid-19 travel passes a reality, when an agreement was reached between the European Parliament and EU member states last night. …

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TSA Extends Its Mask Requirement For Transport Until September

Once just a feature of hospitals, dental clinics and the odd flu-sufferer on the streets, masks have now become a ubiquitous part of everyday life in the US, and are one of the defining symbols of the pandemic. Love them or loathe them, it looks like they’re here to stay – for a little while …

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Thailand Extends Quarantine Length As Covid Surge Worsens

Thailand was once considered one of the safest places to travel to during the pandemic due to their extremely low numbers of cases and deaths at the hands of Covid-19. However, the current situation in the country – despite Thailand continuing to have relatively low statistics compared to similarly-sized countries – has got the government …

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Spain Plans To Reopen For All Tourists Beginning In June

Well, it’s official – pack your shades, your Spanish phrasebook and get hunting for the top paella joints, because Spain has announced that it is looking to welcome travelers from anywhere in the world by June. The sun-soaked country made the announcement today at the World Travel & Tourism Global Summit in Mexico, delighting wanderlust …

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US Airlines Optimistic As Leisure Travel Continues To Grow

At some points in the past 12 months or so, those in the travel industry would have been forgiven for wondering if the situation was ever going to improve. Now, however – after long periods of uncertainty and worry – it seems that there is finally some light at the end of the tunnel. The …

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Thailand Launches Website For Inbound Travelers and New Vaccine Passport

Heading to Thailand is bound to be on the plans of millions of prospective travelers this year, with many having previously been denied the opportunity to visit the Land of Smiles as a result of the pandemic. Fortunately for them, doing so during the pandemic is set to become easier than ever. That’s because Thailand …

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How the Rise of Experience Tourism is Changing Travel

Travel has always been about experiencing different cultures. Many consumers today want more from their trips than just laying on a beach, visiting an overcrowded tourist site or walking through a museum. The modern savvy traveler wants more than the average tourist experience. An increasing trend in the travel industry is experience tourism. This is …

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International Travelers Are Receiving Free Covid Vaccines In The U.S.

Vaccine tourism is skyrocketing and travelers from around the world are flocking to the United States to receive the Covid-19 vaccine. So is traveling to the U.S. to receive a Covid-19 vaccine permitted? The answer is not easy but from what Travel Off Path has discovered, it’s already happening. Travel Off Path reached out to …

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