A tag is a keyword or label that categorizes your question with other, similar questions. Using the right tags makes it easier for others to find and answer your question.

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Token showing authorization to enter the territory for which it was issued.
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A form of travel in vehicles such as airplanes, helicopters and so on.
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Large English-speaking country in North America between Canada and Mexico, and Pacific and Atlantic Oceans.
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An agreement among many European Union countries whereby the borders between them may be crossed without border formalities but for which citizens of various other countries need an overall visa.
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Travel by rail including local and long distance trains, but note that "high-speed-rail" has its own tag.
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Questions about minimizing costs and expenditure when spending the least money is a high priority.
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Passing through a place briefly while travelling on the way to somewhere else.
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An island country in Western Europe, consisting of Great Britain (England, Wales and Scotland) and Northern Ireland.
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All means of shared transportation available to the general public including buses, trains, airlines, shared taxis, etc.
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For questions relating to the topic of Europe as a whole, or at least a large part of it.
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Websites and downloadable content related to travel online.
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Customs and immigration covers a range of border control procedures (referred to as 'immigration' in most countries other than US) and import of goods.
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a card or a slip of paper or something similar that can be used to gain the privilege to enter a location or event or to use a service.
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An island nation in East Asia known for many aspects of its unique culture and having one of the world's largest cities, Tokyo as its capital.
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Travel related to the South Asian country of India. Also known as Hindustan or Bharath. The country is known for its diverse geography, languages, cuisines, climate and culture.
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Country in Western Europe known for food, culture, and architecture, with a Mediterranean coast and Paris as its capital and largest city.
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Number of bags, cases and containers which hold a traveller's articles during transit.
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permitted or forbidden in various places including unforseen technicalities.
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A large country in North America, located in the northern part of the continent between the United States, the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans, and the Arctic Ocean. Canada is the world's second-largest c…
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A large country in Western Europe.
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Your main international travel document. Getting it, replacing it, and issues with it including stamps from one country which might not be welcome in another.
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Things to do while preparing for your trip, including planning where to go, budgeting, etc.
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Companies which offer air transport services.
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Questions related to airports themselves rather than "airlines" and "air-travel", which have their own tags. "Airport-transfer" is also covered by a separate tag.
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Preventing illness and injury while travelling and how to deal with them if they do occur.
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Keeping out of danger, risk, or injury. Use with questions about people; when referring to things, use "security" instead.
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any financial instrument accepted as form of payment for good and services.
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Travel involving more than one country.
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For question about getting from A to B and open to any means or comparing various means.
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Issues with taking your mobile phone with you, and buying a phone, SIM card, or cellular data plan in another country.
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Questions dealing with any and all aspects of food and drink.
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For questions covering various or special accommodation types. Otherwise try the "hotels" or "hostels" tags.
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An island country and continent in the Southern Hemisphere, located in the south-west Pacific Ocean. A Commonwealth state with a population of ~23 million. Colonization began in 1788 by the British.
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Getting to or from an airport.
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The capital and largest city of England and the United Kingdom.
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Rules, regulations, and policies of organizations as opposed to laws of nations or governments.