Beginning in 2021, citizens of the 61 countries (including the U.S. and Canada) currently allowed to enter the EU without a visa will need to register through the European Travel Information and Authorization System (ETIAS) before embarking on their European getaways. Read on here:
Located in the northeast of Scotland, the Isle of Skye is a land steeped in story. Its rugged landscape, picturesque fishing villages, and medieval castles inspire awe in a way that is difficult to describe. Get ready to explore a land where old magic lives on.
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Spring comes just once a year and always makes a memorable impression. But with such a small window to capture some of the year’s most extraordinary moments, you need to know where to go and when. Here’s a list that will help when planning your next spring shoot!
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Designated in 2004 as the world’s first UNESCO City of Literature, Edinburgh touts its illustrious literary past just as much as it celebrates its modern authors. From “Waverley” to “Trainspotting,” a love of good literature seems to emanate from the hidden alleyways and uneven cobbles of this storied city. Pack a book and get ready to explore the wonderland that inspired some of Scotland’s finest tales:
As a travel photographer and the founder of Passion Passport, Zach Houghton is actively encouraging people to travel *less* this year — and no, the irony is not lost on him. Click the link below to find out why.
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Travelers heading to Paris often feel overwhelmed by the sheer number of possibilities the city offers. And that’s completely understandable. Paris is dotted with gorgeous monuments, and it also has its fair share of noteworthy museums, neighborhoods...
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Stockholm doesn’t boast a singular iconic structure or image that people around the world can recognize instantly, but what it doesn’t have in grandeur it makes up for in its remarkable and attractive layout of islands and waterways. Despite its unus...
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We say, “Bologna: la dotta, la grassa, la rossa,” which means, “Bologna: the learned, the fat, the red city.” Because this city is home to one of the oldest universities in the world, one of the richest cuisines in the world, and a unique architecture made of bricks the color of maple leaves. But Bologna is so much more than this. BY THE RERUM NATURA
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Chiang Mai is a place of color, charm, and even chaos. Navigate the bustling streets and explore on your own: you’re bound to stumble upon hidden gems galore, from tiny temples to the best (and cheapest) meal of your life. Use this guide as a startin...
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