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3 Ways To Stretch Your Dollar On A European Vacation

While you should expect European travel to be expensive and crowded this year, a few strategies can make a European vacation more affordable.

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Tourists Are Packing European Hotspots, Boosted By Americans

Tourists are waiting more than two hours to visit the Acropolis in Athens. Taxi lines at Rome’s main train station are running just as long.

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6 New Rules For Smarter Travel In Europe

Tourism rebounded this summer in Europe — and Europe wasn’t ready. Pandemic-related staff shortages led to massive lines and flight cancellations at many airports; meanwhile, prices for hotels and taxis soared.

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Europe As A Budget-Friendly Travel Option?

Flying to Europe this year might sound as absurd as opting for premium gasoline. With prices this high, is it really the right time to splurge? 

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Travel In the Time of Covid: Getting There Is Easy — It’s Getting Home That’s Hard

I’m being held captive in England by the U.S. government. On the day my wife and I were to fly home from London after a brief visit, we took a covid-19 test, as required by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to travel to the U.S.

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3 International Travel Ideas For Your Summer Trip

So you’re ready to hit the skies for an international flight after more than a year of COVID-19 lockdowns, quarantines and restrictions, but where can you go?

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