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Are you feeling like you need to relax and let go ? Here are five destinations in Europe that will awaken you five senses.

Sight : admire the Cliffs of Moher in Ireland

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Do you dream about traveling in Europe, but think your budget is too tight? You are in the right place! Here are 22 tips to travel cheaper in Europe - and often. You will find here a complete guide about how to eat, stay, commute, and do many other activities for less.

Accomodation tips 

1. Hostels

Hostels have a lot of benefits: low price, meet-up opportunities, and they’re well situated.

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1. Sleeping in a haunted castle in Scotland

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Everything you need to know about traveling by train in the Schengen Area

If you are traveling to the Schengen Area, one of the cheapest, most convenient, and fastest ways to travel is via train.

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Driving licenses allowed in the Schengen Area

Are you allowed to drive with a foreign driving license in Europe ? Do you have to apply for a local driving license? Here, we answer all your questions about driving in Europe.

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Everything you need to know about driving in the Schengen Area

If you are traveling to the Schengen Area, a cheap and flexible way to travel, especially if you want to see places outside major cities, is to drive - either with your own car or a hire vehicle. However, there are many important things you need to know before driving in the Schengen Area.

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With the Covid-19 pandemic still ongoing, many European countries in the Schengen Area are implementing travel restrictions on those who are visiting from abroad. Due to a large number of cases, some countries are in a national lockdown, only allowing essential travel, while others require visitors to undergo testing before or after they arrive, as well as entering quarantine before continuing with their trip.

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What is the U.K.’s red list of countries?

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the U.K. government has placed travel restrictions on countries with high numbers of cases of Covid-19 or new strains of the virus that may be vaccine-resistant, with the red list being those states from which travelers (ones who are not U.K. citizens) are banned from entering the country. This applies to those who have been to any of the countries on the list in the past ten days, even if they are returning from a country that’s not on the red list.

 

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When will a Covid-19 vaccine become widely available?

Each country will have its own Covid-19 vaccine approval and roll out plans, which will be dependent on their regulatory processes, the doses of vaccine each country has obtained, and their logistical capabilities.

 

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What you need to know about the new ETIAS system

There are 62 countries not in the European Union (EU) or Schengen Zone whose citizens can enter without needing a visa, and can travel visa-free for up to 90 days for purposes other than to work or study. From 2022 they will need to apply via the new ETIAS (European Travel Information and Authorization System) system which replaces existing visa waiver arrangements.

 

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