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April 8, 2019 - CNN Travel

The best European sleeper trains - by Francesca Street
As the train pulls out of the station, you slowly drift off to sleep. Several hours later, you wake up in another country, exciting new scenes speeding past the windows. Welcome on board the sleeper train service.
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March 10, 2019 - Refinery 29

Visiting Europe Just Got A Little More Complicated Thanks To This Travel Rule - by Jenna Milliner-Waddell
Preparing for a Euro trip already requires a few steps, and soon travellers will tasked with yet another pre-vacation to-do. In addition to booking flights and Airbnbs and converting money, citizens from around 60 countries will need an authorization from the European Union to visit the region, starting in January 2021.
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March 7, 2019 - DW

How Amsterdam is fighting mass tourism - by Felix Schlagwein

No other city in the world is cracking down so radically on mass tourism than Amsterdam. The Dutch capital is fending off a particular kind of visitor with all the means it can muster.

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February 20, 2019 - Seattle Times

Loving Lyon: France’s culinary capital is off the tourist path - by Rick Steves

Lyon has been among France’s leading cities since Roman times. Just two hours from Paris by train, it is relaxed, welcoming and surprisingly untouristy.

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February 17, 2019 - Forbes

13 Surprising New Rules For Off-Season Travel in Europe - by Catherine Sabino

Off-season in Europe once meant a blissful stretch of months free from crowds, lower hotel prices and reasonably predictable weather. But with greater numbers of people on the move, what’s a traveler to do to escape the hordes and lock in favorable hotel and airline rates?

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