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Ibiza to resume admitting international travelers in July

A trip to the White Isle is no longer out of the question for individuals hoping to party in Ibiza this summer, following a statement from Spain’s president, Pedro Sánchez, declaring that the country will resume admitting foreign tourists on July 1. “Spain receives more than 80 million visitors a year. I am announcing that […]

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Can You Be an Ecotourist Without Destroying the Environment?

The impulse behind ecotourism is a good one, in theory—who wouldn’t want to visit a beautiful place, bask in the wonders of nature, and come back home with an enhanced appreciation for delicate ecosystems around the globe (and the dire risks they face from climate change)?Read more… Continue Reading at https://lifehacker.com

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How to Stay Safe as a Female Solo Traveler

Traveling on your own is an incredibly rewarding experience, but it has its dangers. The number of women traveling alone has been on the rise in recent years, and the tactics for staying safe while on the road have gotten increasingly sophisticated—and important.Read more… Continue Reading at https://lifehacker.com

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Use the Mobile Passport App to Breeze Through Customs Without Global Entry

Waiting in line for U.S. customs when you return stateside from an international flight can be excruciating. There’s a good reason people shell out for programs like TSA Precheck and Global Entry in an effort to speed up the process.Read more… Continue Reading at https://jalopnik.com

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Use the Mobile Passport App to Breeze Through Customs Without Global Entry

Waiting in line for U.S. customs when you return stateside from an international flight can be excruciating. There’s a good reason people shell out for programs like TSA Precheck and Global Entry in an effort to speed up the process.Read more… Continue Reading at https://jalopnik.com

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Travel the World with a Total Stranger for Free

There’s nothing more sobering than traveling with a friend for the first time. You very quickly learn their travel “quirks” like they hate walking too much or their teeth grind when they sleep (I’m not saying I know someone who does this, but I’m also not not saying that).Read more… Continue Reading at https://lifehacker.com

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The Best Copenhagen Travel Tips From Our Readers

Get hygge with it! Has anyone crocheted that into an afghan yet? The trendy Danish word for coziness is pronounced “hoo-guh” but we do not care! This week Hack Your City covered Denmark’s coastal capital Copenhagen. Here’s what we learned from our commenters:Read more… Continue Reading at https://lifehacker.com

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Tell Us Your Best Costa Rica Travel Tips

This week on the occasionally inaccurately named column Hack Your City, we’re taking tips for the entire Central American nation of Costa Rica. Until very recently, one Lifehacker writer, who shall not be named but who wrote this post, thought it was an island. We can probably assume a tiny bit more base knowledge…Read more… […]

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Quickly Figure Out What the Visa Requirements Are For Every Country With This Site

Earlier this year I traveled to Australia for the first time. I booked the tickets months in advance, made sure I had all the right power adapters, and headed to the airport on my day of departure — only to find out that U.S. citizens actually need a visa to enter the country. Whoops.Read more… […]

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The Best Beijing Travel Tips From Our Readers

Headed to Beijing, trade war be damned? Get yourself a VPN so you can access the internet outside the Great Firewall. Hack Your City readers took their second trip to China this week, giving travel hacks for the capital city. They pointed out which famous attractions are overrated, which neighborhoods are up and…Read more… Continue […]

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