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The largest city in the United States, and center of one of the most populous metropolitan areas in the world. Located on the east coast, in the state of New York.
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Issues that arise from having more than one passport, usually during immigration and visa processing.
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Travelling over a large distance in a car. Usually through multiple states, provinces, or countries.
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normal at home may be unusual or strange in another country, and vice versa. What's different and how to avoid problems.
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A landlocked country in Western Europe. Switzerland's biggest and most important cities are Zurich, Berne, Geneva and Basel.
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Questions regarding prevalent weather and climates at various places on Earth.
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A large Spanish speaking country in North America bordering USA to the north and Guatemala and Belize to the south
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Changing money and travellers cheques from one currency to another.
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For questions about location of specific place or location of longest/highest/biggest/the most... place/thing on Earth.
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Ferries carry passengers, vehicles, and cargo across bodies of water.
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For questions relating to the European Union as an economic and political entity.
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more interesting than useful.
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an outdoor activity. It's primary focus is on walking around in the nature, especially in mountain regions.
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Anything related to buying specific products (food, art) or in specific places
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Combining travelling and learning
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Organized tours as opposed to travelling or seeing things on your own. See also the "guides" tag.
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the single consolidated UK visa type that covers all aspects where a person comes to the UK for tourism, visiting family/friends, job interviews, business trips, some forms of academic researc…
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A capitalist democratic country in East Asia more well known for its technology industry than tourism. Usage of [tag:south-korea] is intended for South Korea; for questions specifically about its nort…
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How to access the internet when traveling. This is not for content on the internet, use the tag 'online-resources' instead.
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One of 7 emirates of the United Arab Emirates; it is also the name of the capital city of Dubai.
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the capital and largest city of the Netherlands.
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Accommodation in tents or caravans / trailers.
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Finding the name of some place, food, monument, or other travel-related thing.
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Issues related to the official documents necessary to operate a motor vehicle.
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For questions specifically about people travelling with Australian passports.
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a Special Administrative Region of China bordering the South China sea. It is essentially a city-state, mostly known for the namesake island and the Kowloon district on the mainland which…
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Normally used for short distances within a city, taxis in some countries may be shared and cover much greater distances.
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What does a certain travel-related term mean or what's the proper name for something you can describe?
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Choosing the way or the intermediate points or connections to pass through in order to reach your ultimate destination.
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Renting and hiring anything from from bicycles and boats to villas. But for cars use the "car-rental" tag instead.
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very small but wealthy city-state in Southeast Asia with very mixed cultural influences.
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the practice of remaining in a country longer than allowed by one's stay permit (visa or residency card).
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Questions regarding visas allowing for multiple visits to a given country, usually called a "Multi Entry Visa".
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Equipment, devices, and more—if you pack it, it's travel gear.
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The most common type of visa, issued to visitors for the purpose of sightseeing.
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Questions regarding all types of flight capable devices.