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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.
Transportation of travellers by private or privately-hired road vehicle. Where the driver is not travelling (but rather working, eg not ‘self-drive’) consider the [taxis] tag instead. Is not applicabl…
A country in southern Europe most known for its classical historic sites, food, coasts, and the Alps in the north.
An island country and continent in the Southern Hemisphere, located in the south-west Pacific Ocean. More specific regional tags (to be preferred, where relevant) include: [new-south-wales] [northern…
Questions about withdrawing, exchanging, and handling money, encompassing any financial instrument accepted as form of payment for good and services.
Getting to or from an airport. If you are changing planes at the airport, but not exiting it, please use the "layovers" tag instead.
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`).
The most common type of visa, issued to visitors for the purpose of sightseeing.
Questions about application forms both paper and electronic, application processes, etc. Not for software apps.
For questions related to "hotels" specifically rather than "accommodation" generally. See also the "hostels" tag.
The checks and scans for illegal or dangerous items required at airports for passengers and baggage.
Keeping out of danger, risk, or injury. Use with questions about people; when referring to things, use "security" instead.
Locations of border crossings between countries, whether and when they are open, who may cross, and what must be done in order to cross.
Issues that arise from having more than one passport, usually during immigration and visa processing.
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].
Travel by city buses as well as long-distance buses, which are also known as coaches.
A country mainly in southern Europe on the Mediterranean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean, bordering Portugal, France, Andorra, Gibraltar and Morocco.
Renting a car. For renting anything else use the "rental" tag instead.
The capital and largest city of England and the United Kingdom.
For questions specifically about people travelling with United Kingdom passports.
Issues with taking your mobile phone with you, and buying a phone, SIM card, or cellular data plan in another country.
A US program that allows citizens of specific countries to visit the United States for tourism or business purposes without a visa.
Country in northern Eurasia, largest country in the world, covering more than 1/8 of the Earth's inhabited land area.
For questions relating to the European Union as an economic and political entity.
For question about getting from A to B and open to any means or comparing various means. For specific modes see `tag info`.
A country located at the centre of the Indochina peninsula in Southeast Asia
Car-related travel questions. See also the "car-rental", "driving", and "road-trips" tags.
A large country straddling the border between Europe and Asia, with Ankara as the capital.
Things to do while preparing for your trip, including planning where to go, budgeting, etc.
Questions regarding cancelling bookings or reservations for accommodation, transport, etc.
Questions about baggage brought into an airplane cabin with the passenger, also known as "carry-on luggage" or "cabin luggage."
A large Spanish speaking country in North America bordering USA to the north and Guatemala and Belize to the south
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.
The practice of remaining in a country longer than allowed by one's stay permit (visa or residency card).
Covers questions about all kinds of plastic cards used like money: ATM cards, charge cards, credit cards, debit cards, EFTPOS, etc.
Where connections, typically between flights, leave little margin (such as close to Minimum Connection Times between terminals).