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I don't think anyone can predict what the situation in December will be. I just came back from a trip to Europe 2 days ago. While it's still "doable" there is already a lot of talk about increasing restrictions again and there is a lot of concern about the recent uptick in Covid cases. In Serbia, for example, new cases where down to less than a 100 ...


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I am not sure if your question is too broad for this format or are you really just looking for any arbitrary train where you can bring a cargo bike? If that is your question, you can at least do it on some ÖBB trains (Austrian Railways). Not as a regular bike, but as cargo or oversized luggage in trains which still have luggage wagons or designated luggage ...


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While this is likely a "kill a housefly with a grenade" solution, I ended up buying a secondhand GoHz 500VA frequency/voltage converter. As I also digitize VHS tapes from around the globe, I need VCRs from different countries, too. Since tapes are sensitive to differing speeds, frequency is important. I now use this unit not only when traveling to ...


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These are the current entry restrictions to Israel in Hebrew, I couldn't find an English version. If you are not an Israeli citizen or permanent resident, you can't enter without a valid visa or an entry permit. Entry permit may be issued to if you have close relatives in Israel. There are no restrictions like lockdowns that should affect a tourist. ...


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Complementing Tor-Einar's answer, NS International (the international service of Dutch national railways) has a very neat summary on the rules to carry bikes within the different carriers for Belgium, France, Germany and Austria here. The rules for domestic service are here (Dutch only) A quick summary below - unless mentioned, this is for taking a bike as a ...


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All three countries are members of the European Economic Area, so you've made one visit to the EEA. Enter that as your answer, along with France as the country you visited. Elsewhere the form will ask for any additional information you may wish to provide in connection with your application. Add the additional countries there. There's no need for great ...


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Not sure if the country plays a role but Greece accepts tourists that are vaccinated with the following vaccines: The EU recognized: -Astra Zeneca -Pfizer -Moderna -Johnsons & Johnsons Other vaccines also accepted: -Novavax -Sinovac -Sinopharm -Cansino Biologics -Sputnik V Because things change all the time though I would reccommend checking with the ...


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This is maybe not exactly what you're looking for, but fluctuonot affiliated is a shared1 mobility aggregator that provides a map where it lists all available shared1 vehicles (bikes, scooters, mopeds) on a location. Additionally, there is a Github repository that lists bike sharing systems that publish their information in accordance with the General ...


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