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State Department Overhauls Travel Advisory System With Four Tier Map

While the share of Americans holding a passport has increased dramatically in recent years, the numbers don’t lie: a bit over one third of the U.S. population have a passport.

The State Department has never encouraged Americans to travel outside the confines of their comfort zone and many times compound matters by deeming perfectly safe areas in Mexico, Brazil, and even favorite travel destinations of Mexico, Egypt, and The Philippines at one time or another …

8 Digital Nomad Friendly Cafes in Florence

Prendiamo un caffè? Head to any of these Florence’s cafes that not only serve top-notch beans but are also ideal working environments. Good coffee and WiFi are the key ingredients needed to get remote work finished while on the road.

Florence, Italy has always been charming but has recently become a hub for digital nomads. Creative types have found inspiration in the Renaissance capital’s UNESCO Heritage Old Town for centuries.

We’ve rounded up eight of …

The Top 100 City Destination Rankings by WTM London and Euromonitor International

At the recent global travel industry trade show, World Travel Market at London’s Excel Center, over 50,000 travel professionals converged upon the massive meeting hall to market, mingle and get a pulse on the current and future travel and tourism state of the union.

The year 2017 will go down as one of the travel industries time of most significant obstacles including the first year of U.S. President Donald Trump’s tumultuous first year in the …

7 Ways to Save on Airfares

There’s nothing like boarding a plane, sitting back in the seat and enjoying a movie, reading or some sleep before landing at your holiday destination. But with the cost of airfares on a steady increase it’s becoming harder to find the right price for that desired destination. Airfares change throughout the week and even during the day, so, how do you know when is the best time to get more bang for your buck? Well, …