Pandemic Travel: What You Need to Know for US Air Travel

Due to the outbreak of coronavirus infection, airlines have significantly reduced passenger traffic. It seems that all the inhabitants of the planet have decided to postpone travel until better times. This is by no means the case - many continue to fly, according to Fox News. To help travelers, the United States Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has published ...

Catacombs of Kom el-Shukaf in Egypt

The Kom el-Shukafa underground catacombs on the southwestern outskirts of Alexandria are the largest Roman cemetery in the city. The building belongs to the 1900st and XNUMXnd centuries. AD, were discovered in XNUMX during the development of a stone quarry. Initially, the catacombs were intended for one family, however ...

Traveling in Venice

Venice is an amazing city that attracts millions of tourists from all over the world every year. It is famous for its canals and numerous bridges, gondoliers and carnivals, architectural monuments and the richest art collections. Venice is now closed to tourists. However, no one canceled virtual travel! ...

Quarantine tourism: 9 amazing corners of the world that can be seen without leaving home

The era of the coronavirus has completely restricted movement outside our own homes. For those who are tired of traveling only to the kitchen and back, we offer a selection of 9 cities in the world that remain no less beautiful if you see them online. The list was compiled by the travel agency TUI on its ...

Tour to 'Carlsbad Caves'

National Park "Carlsbad Caves" in the Chihuahuan Desert (New Mexico) is interesting because there are more than 119 caves on its territory, and two objects of the park are listed in the National Register of Historic Places. Large and small caves with stalactites and stalagmites were formed as a result of sulfuric acid entering the limestone. ...

Life after coronavirus: why you need to plan trips and book tickets now

Dreaming of a tropical getaway? Now is the time to plan your next trip, according to Reader`s Digest. If you are spending more time on the couch now than usual, use that time to plan your vacation. The fact that you are now sitting at home is not a problem ...

A person instead of a passport: how air travel will change in the near future

Passports full of multi-colored stamps and visas could soon be replaced with irises. Travel and Leisure writes about it. According to the International Air Transport Association (IATA), 45% of passengers are willing to give up their paper passports and use biometric identification instead. ...

Traveling during a pandemic: what to take with you to protect against coronavirus

During the global outbreak of coronavirus infection, people stockpile food in home pantries and empty shelves of toilet paper. But what should you buy if you are going to travel during a pandemic? By Fox News. Hand Sanitizer Although the Centers for Control ...

How to travel during a coronavirus epidemic without health risks

With the spread of the coronavirus, some governments have restricted travel by different modes of transport. But where there is no quarantine, travelers have to take their own precautions, writes the BBC. Here are some tips on how to fly, ride trains and use public transportation safely during an epidemic. Trains ...

9 attractive and relevant jobs for those who love traveling

Traffic jams on the way to work and a tiny office or space in an open space have been a reality for many years for a huge number of people, but lately the need to stick to an 8-hour workday and spend years in the same chair is fading away ...

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