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Rules, regulations, and policies of organizations as opposed to laws of nations or governments.
Travel with children of all ages from infants to toddlers to teenagers.
A large Spanish speaking country in North America bordering USA to the north and Guatemala and Belize to the south
A landlocked country in Western Europe. Switzerland's biggest and most important cities are Zurich, Berne, Geneva and Basel.
London Heathrow Airport (IATA: LHR, ICAO: EGLL), located in Hillingdon, in West London. Heathrow is the busiest airport in the United Kingdom and in Europe, and one of the busiest in the world.
A capitalist democratic country in East Asia more well known for its technology industry than tourism. Usage of the [south-korea] tag is intended for South Korea; for questions specifically about its …
A country in Western Europe, bordering Belgium, Germany and the North Sea.
Combining travelling and learning
Covers proving that you have money, proving that it's really yours, and that you have obtained it lawfully. Most often required when applying for visas.
The third-largest island in Europe, located in the northwest of continental Europe.
Finding the name of some place, food, monument, or other travel-related thing.
For questions specifically about people travelling with Republic of the Philippines passports.
Gadgets or other electronic devices including, but not limited to: cameras, gps, cellphones, laptops, mp3 players, ... Prefer a more specific tag or tags where relevant. For examples see `tag info`.
Questions regarding cancelling bookings or reservations for accommodation, transport, etc.
The practice of going out looking at things and places.
Questions about New York City, the largest city in the United States, located in the Northeast in the State of New York.
Questions regarding specifics of travelling with Pakistani passports.
Questions about the ink-pad stamps typically added to passport pages or visas upon entering or exiting a country.
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 directly fac…
One of 7 emirates of the United Arab Emirates; it is also the name of the capital city of Dubai.
Which nationalities can enter which countries under which conditions without need of a visa.
Earning and using frequent flyer miles, points, or other incentive bonuses awarded by airlines, hotels, credit cards, rental car companies, and others for your patronage.
The state of being free from danger or threat. Use with questions about things or money; when referring to people, use "safety" instead. When referring to airport security procedures, use "airport-se…
When switching to another flight directly after arriving at an airport. "layovers" is a related tag.
For questions about exchanging and using foreign currencies
Issues related to the official documents necessary to operate a motor vehicle.
Ferries carry passengers, vehicles, and cargo across bodies of water. Do not use for voyaging on large passenger ships mainly for pleasure (typically stopping at a variety of interesting ports) for wh…
For questions about location of specific place or location of longest/highest/biggest/the most... place/thing on Earth.
Something normal at home may be unusual or strange in another country, and vice versa. What's different and how to avoid problems.
The Republic of Singapore, sometimes the "Lion City" or "Little Red Dot", the island city-state off the southern tip of Malaysia between Johore Strait and Singapore Strait.
Travelling over a large distance in a car. Usually through multiple states, provinces, or countries. Some other tags related to travel by road (whether or not in a car, or for large or small distances…
Traveling for job-related reasons as opposed to sightseeing.
more interesting than useful.
For questions specifically about people travelling with Australian passports.
Registering a traveller’s presence and completing in-person formalities such as on arrival at a hotel or confirmation of intention to travel such as on-line to an airline.
Questions regarding visas allowing for multiple visits to a given country, usually called a "Multi Entry Visa".