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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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.
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Anything related to buying specific products (food, art) or in specific places.
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For questions specifically about people travelling with Canadian passports.
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more interesting than useful.
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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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Questions regarding traveling to the State of Israel, a Middle Eastern country home to the holy sites of many religions.
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A large country in Scandinavia which has Stockholm as its capital. It shares land borders with Norway and Finland.
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Large country in northern Central Europe, with Warsaw as the capital.
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The Republic of South Africa, a country located at the southern tip of Africa
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Questions about one or more websites designed to help find the best flights for criteria you provide.
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Travelling with your significant other and/or children, parents, cousins, in-laws or pets. For some more specific tags (to be preferred) see `tag info`.
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Extra payments added to the base price for any reason.
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What does a certain travel-related term mean or what's the proper name for something you can describe? On TSE many special terms relate to air travel or visas. For air travel there is a list in `tag i…
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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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The easternmost country on the Indochina Peninsula in Southeast Asia
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Questions regarding dealing with carrier companies not keeping up with the schedule.
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Travelling by bicycle as a mode of transportation or with a bicycle as a nonstandard item of luggage.
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Questions regarding prices of various objects and services (not related to budgeting a trip).
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The United Arab Emirates, a country in the Middle East.
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Questions about effects that might occur because of a local event
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An outdoor activity with primary focus on walking around in the natural environment, especially in mountain regions. Not to be confused with [hitchhiking]. See also The Great Outdoors Stack Exchange.
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For issues with traveling after renewing one's passport/ID card. E.g. "Can I enter the US with a visa in my old passport?".
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A small country in western Europe.
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Related to the supply of electricity, and the appropriate sockets, adapters or converters. Do not use with or instead of tag 'batteries' where [batteries] fully encompasses the electrical aspect of th…
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A country made up of 17.508 islands in Southeast Asia with Jakarta as its capital.
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Questions regarding reservations of specific seats in various transportation venues and of seating in general (comfort, size, pitch etc).
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A country in the south-western Pacific Ocean. It consists of two main islands and multiple smaller ones.
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For questions specifically about people travelling with passports of European Union countries.
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Regarding all types of flight capable devices other than helicopters, drones and aircraft produced by Airbus, for each of which there are separate and specific tags that should be preferred.
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The capital and largest city of the Netherlands.
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Visual representations of an area, mostly used to depict geography.
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Accommodation in tents, hammocks, bivouacs, caravans, trailers, etc.
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A country in Southeast Asia bordered by Thailand, Indonesia and Brunei by land and by Singapore, Vietnam and the Philippines by sea.
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The Republic of China (commonly called Taiwan), an island of East Asia, located in the Pacific Ocean.
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Norway, a north European country, which together with Finland, Sweden, and Denmark, forms Scandinavia.
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A European island country in the Atlantic ocean, halfway between Great Britain and Greenland.