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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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Scenic adventures: When the train ride is the main attraction

Some are interested in the ride, passing scenery and sometimes activities available to passengers. Let’s take a virtual journey aboard several outstanding rail trips around the country and the world.

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 L'As du Fallafel in the Jewish Quarter of Paris.

Vacation in Europe cheaper this year

Vacations in Europe have a new attraction: the euro’s steep drop in value is making the continent much cheaper for tourists from across the world.

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