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Türki̇ye’s Digital Nomad Visa Platform Is Online - breakingtravelnews.com - Spain - Netherlands - Germany - Iceland - Norway - Austria - Belgium - Croatia - Czech Republic - Denmark - Estonia - Finland - France - Greece - Hungary - Italy - Latvia - Liechtenstein - Lithuania - Luxembourg - Malta - Poland - Portugal - Slovakia - Slovenia - Sweden - Switzerland - Ireland - Britain - Usa - Canada - Turkey - Russia - Ukraine - Bulgaria - Romania - Belarus
breakingtravelnews.com
24.05.2024 / 07:53

Türki̇ye’s Digital Nomad Visa Platform Is Online

To obtain a visa for Türkiye, digital nomads can easily initiate their application process from the Digital Nomad Pre-Application platform Digital Nomad GoTürkiye. After completing the requirements on this platform, which is just the first step of the process, digital nomads will receive a “Digital Nomad Identification Certificate”. With the certificate they receive from the platform, digital nomads need to continue their process at the Turkish consulates and/or visa centres.

ESIM Go launches global travel eSIM service in partnership with SWISS - traveldailynews.com - Switzerland - Britain - city London, Britain - city Athens - county Power
traveldailynews.com
22.05.2024 / 11:57

ESIM Go launches global travel eSIM service in partnership with SWISS

The airline’s successful SWISS Powered by Breeze service offers passengers convenient, affordable mobile data plans to use when traveling to 150+ countries.

Why you need to try Türkiye's cheeses - lonelyplanet.com - Eu - Switzerland - Turkey
lonelyplanet.com
21.05.2024 / 20:21

Why you need to try Türkiye's cheeses

When the subject of Türkiye's culinary richness comes to the fore, the variety of cheese (peynir) in the country is surprisingly not mentioned much. However, as an indispensable part of breakfast tables, a key ingredient of pastries such as börek and pide, and the surprise ingredient of some desserts, cheese is a prominent feature of the country's deep-rooted culinary wealth. In this article, you will learn about – and crave – some of the nearly 200 types of Turkish cheeses, region by region.

Here's How Much Longer You Have to Get an Epic Pass for the 2024/2025 Season Before the Price Goes Up - travelandleisure.com - Switzerland - Australia - Canada - state Montana - city Breckenridge
travelandleisure.com
21.05.2024 / 19:57

Here's How Much Longer You Have to Get an Epic Pass for the 2024/2025 Season Before the Price Goes Up

The Epic Pass allows travelers to hop around the world, skiing at some of the best mountains out there. But come Memorial Day, it’s going to get more expensive.

3 Reasons to Reserve Longer River Cruises with AmaWaterways - travelpulse.com - Netherlands - city Amsterdam - Germany - France - Switzerland - city Paris
travelpulse.com
21.05.2024 / 18:36

3 Reasons to Reserve Longer River Cruises with AmaWaterways

Looking to venture to Europe for longer than just a week? AmaWaterways, with its array of itineraries, offers a myriad of extended river cruise vacations, from their Grand River Cruises to custom combinations spanning multiple sailings, allowing you to delve deeper into Europe’s iconic cities and charming villages. Here are three compelling reasons why cruising on longer itineraries with AmaWaterways is the best way to fully immerse yourself in the culture and beauty of Europe.

Where to Eat, Stay, and Play in Salerno, Italy - cntraveler.com - Germany - France - Italy - Switzerland - Britain
cntraveler.com
21.05.2024 / 17:47

Where to Eat, Stay, and Play in Salerno, Italy

For millennia, Salerno, Italy has been overshadowed by the nearby Amalfi Coast and big sister Naples—home to world-famous pizza, sea views, and art. Because the two cities enjoy the same tempered climate and rich traditions, Salerno is often affectionately referred to as “little Naples.” The main difference is that, despite recently becoming a tourist attraction once again, Salerno is blessed with less traffic.

How exactly will the EU’s new Entry/Exit System work? All your questions answered - euronews.com - Iceland - Norway - Eu - Liechtenstein - Switzerland - Ireland - Britain - Cyprus
euronews.com
17.05.2024 / 22:47

How exactly will the EU’s new Entry/Exit System work? All your questions answered

The EU's post-Brexit Entry-Exit System (EES) was originally supposed to launch in 2022, then was rescheduled for May 2023 before being pushed back even further to the end of last year.

European airports say FaceBoarding will cut security waiting times but is it mandatory? - euronews.com - Eu - France - Italy - Switzerland - Britain
euronews.com
17.05.2024 / 22:47

European airports say FaceBoarding will cut security waiting times but is it mandatory?

Airports in Italy are trialling new security and boarding technology that will mean passengers do not have to show their documents to get on a flight.

I spent 2 nights at a 2-story, 100-square-foot tiny home in Germany that was smaller than any I've seen in the US. Take a look inside. - insider.com - Germany - Switzerland - Usa - state Maryland - Canada - state Florida
insider.com
17.05.2024 / 18:13

I spent 2 nights at a 2-story, 100-square-foot tiny home in Germany that was smaller than any I've seen in the US. Take a look inside.

As an NYC resident, I've lived in some cramped apartments. So, I'm intrigued by tiny homes because they tend to make good use of a small space.

Alpine life, for less: Switzerland on a budget - lonelyplanet.com - Switzerland - city Bern - county Geneva
lonelyplanet.com
17.05.2024 / 14:29

Alpine life, for less: Switzerland on a budget

It’s no secret that Switzerland doesn’t top the list of “cheap getaways.”

On the Belgian Coast, a Design Gallery Where You Can Spend the Night - nytimes.com - Netherlands - Georgia - Los Angeles - Belgium - Switzerland - Japan - New York - city New York - city Chicago - state Alaska
nytimes.com
16.05.2024 / 09:19

On the Belgian Coast, a Design Gallery Where You Can Spend the Night

Last year, when Micha Pycke, 40, and Albane Paret, 39, bought an apartment in Ostend — a once run-down Belgian seaside town that, in recent years, has become a favorite of artists and designers — they knew they wanted the place to be, says Pycke, “something more than an Airbnb or holiday home.” Instead, the couple, who co-own the Ghent-based arts- and design-focused communications agency Club Paradis, envisioned what he calls “a new kind of space”: essentially, a gallery where guests could stay overnight. To that end, they’ve filled the 1,000-square-foot two-bedroom, which is on the eighth floor of a ’60s-era building overlooking the North Sea, with works by some of their favorite artists and designers, many of whom are also their clients. In the living room, a lacquered wood coffee table by the Dutch designer Linde Freya Tangelder’s studio, Destroyers/Builders, sits atop a limited-edition rug by the Swiss textile artist Christoph Hefti woven with images of foxes. In one of the bedrooms, a copper-colored, ruched-felt tapestry by Rooms Studio — a women-led company from Tbilisi, Georgia — hangs above a Duo seat by the Belgian team Muller Van Severen for Valerie Objects. And if you like something, you can probably take it with you; most of the pieces are for sale, and Pycke and Paret are also happy to connect guests directly with designers. . —

Lonely Planet’s Best Father’s Day Gifts - breakingtravelnews.com - county Bath - France - Italy - Switzerland - Australia - New Zealand - Britain - Usa - county Garden - city London - county Park - state Missouri - Mexico - Canada - state California - county Island - state Alabama - state Texas - state Iowa - Montenegro - state Utah - city Belgrade - Barbados
breakingtravelnews.com
15.05.2024 / 17:01

Lonely Planet’s Best Father’s Day Gifts

Seeking the perfect gift this Father’s Day? Lonely Planet has released its top travel and lifestyle inspiration titles for Dads, from cycling adventures close to home to journeys exploring the offbeat side of North America to incredible train journeys around the world and inspiration for gardening enthusiasts. The global travel expert has the perfect book for every interest.

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