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Organized tours as opposed to travelling or seeing things on your own. See also the "guides" tag.
Compensation refers to the act of providing a person with money or other things of economic value in exchange for the costs of injuries or difficulties that they have incurred.
Renting and hiring anything from bicycles and boats to villas. But for cars use the "car-rental" tag instead.
Choosing the way or the intermediate points or connections to pass through in order to reach your ultimate destination.
Questions about travelling through the country of Brazil, the large Portuguese-speaking country in South America.
'Transportation Security Administration', is an agency of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security that exercises authority over the safety and security of the traveling public in the United States.
Country in the Caucasus bordering Turkey, Russia, Armenia, and Azerbaijan. Former republic of the USSR with a unique language and alphabet.
A country in southeastern Europe, located in the southernmost place of the Balkans. It is surrounded by the Aegean and the Ionian seas, counting thousands of islands. It's often called the cradle of W…
Travel related to the eastern European country of Romania
What kinds of clothing might be required depending on destination, season, cultural concerns, and intended activities. For related tags see `tag info`.
Questions about being refused entry into a country upon arrival.
Which nationalities will be granted a visa upon entering which countries under which conditions. This tag includes questions about the procedures involved in acquiring a visa on arrival such as landi…
The act of establishing or maintaining a residence in a given place. Questions tagged here are about residency as an official word and its status while traveling.
Questions about United (UA), a major international airline of the United States, and the largest Star Alliance member.
European "Long Stay Visas", also known as "National Visas" or "Type D Visas". Used when visiting countries in the Schengen zone for longer than the 90 days maxium of a Schengen visa.
Questions about where and how to store bags, such as lockers at train stations and airports, as well as specialized luggage storage providers.
Areas not inhabited by humans. Also wild and feral animals.
Questions relating to cleanliness and prevention of diseases and infections while travelling.
Questions about people younger than the age of adulthood, generally younger than 18 to 20 years old.
The flag carrier airline of the United Kingdom. Member of Oneworld.
A state located on the West Coast of the United States. It is the most populous U.S. state with almost 38 million inhabitants, and the third most extensive (after Alaska and Texas).
Voyaging on large passenger ships mainly for pleasure rather than for reaching a destination, typically stopping at a variety of interesting ports.
A country in Central Europe which shares borders with Czech Republic, Germany, Slovakia, Hungary, Slovenia, Italy, Switzerland and Liechtenstein.
A citizen of a foreign country who wishes to enter the United States as a non-immigrant and intends to become a student in the United States is granted an F-1 visa.
Questions about travelling using a passport issued by Republic of South Africa.
A country made up of many islands in Southeast Asia which was formerly a Spanish colony and has Manila as its capital.
Major American international airline based in Fort Worth Texas. Member of Oneworld.
Irish low-cost airline, whose headquarters is located on the grounds of Dublin Airport.
Some places including Schengen, Turkey, and some countries hoping to join Schengen such as Bulgaria and Romania have a visa rule whereby you can only stay for ninety days out of every 180 days.