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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changing planes at the airport, but not exiting it, please use the "layovers" tag instead.
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Questions about withdrawing, exchanging, and handling money, encompassing any financial instrument accepted as form of payment for good and services.
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Electronic System for Travel Authorization, an online application you must fill if you wish to travel to the US under the Visa Waiver Program. This tag is about the application; for the program itself…
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A country in southern Europe most known for its classical historic sites, food, coasts, and the Alps in the north.
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Applying for and using the combined tourism and business visa for the United States, the most common US visa. It does not allow the bearer to work in the USA.
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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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The checks and scans for illegal or dangerous items required at airports for passengers and baggage.
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For questions related to "hotels" specifically rather than "accommodation" generally. See also the "hostels" tag.
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Preventing illness and injury while travelling and how to deal with them if they do occur. Where appropriate use a more specific tag (examples under `tag info`).
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Questions dealing with any and all aspects of food and drink except water, for which use tag [tap-water] and alcoholic beverages, for which use tag [alcohol].
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The most common type of visa, issued to visitors for the purpose of sightseeing.
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The capital and largest city of England and the United Kingdom.
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Travel by city buses as well as long-distance buses, which also known as coaches.
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Renting a car. For renting anything else use the "rental" tag instead.
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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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Issues that arise from having more than one passport, usually during immigration and visa processing.
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A US program that allows citizens of specific countries to visit the United States for tourism or business purposes without a visa.
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Country in northern Eurasia, largest country in the world, covering more than 1/8 of the Earth's inhabited land area.
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Questions about application forms both paper and electronic, application processes, etc. Not for software apps.
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For questions specifically about people travelling with United Kingdom passports.
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For question about getting from A to B and open to any means or comparing various means. For specific modes see `tag info`.
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A country mainly in southern Europe on the Mediterranean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean, bordering Portugal, France, Andorra, Gibraltar and Morocco.
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Things to do while preparing for your trip, including planning where to go, budgeting, etc.
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Locations of border crossings between countries, whether and when they are open, who may cross, and what must be done in order to cross.
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Hints for solving a variety of travel issues, especially problems that require experiential knowledge to solve or are not covered by traditional travel books or resources.
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Car-related travel questions. See also the "car-rental", "driving", and "road-trips" tags.
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Questions about baggage brought into an airplane cabin with the passenger, also known as "carry-on luggage" or "cabin luggage."
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For questions covering various or special accommodation types. Prefer a more specific tag or tags where relevant (for details see `tag info`).
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Where connections, typically between flights, leave little margin (such as close to Minimum Connection Times between terminals).
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A large country straddling the border between Europe and Asia, with Ankara as the capital.
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The capital and largest city of France
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A country located at the centre of the Indochina peninsula in Southeast Asia
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Covers questions about all kinds of plastic cards used like money: ATM cards, charge cards, credit cards, debit cards, EFTPOS, etc.
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Travel with children of all ages from infants to toddlers to teenagers.
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For questions relating to the European Union as an economic and political entity.
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Rules, regulations, and policies of organizations as opposed to laws of nations or governments.