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Visas, Immigration & Nationality

Ferry Route Between Scotland and Europe

A direct ferry link between Scotland and mainland Europe is set to reopen next year. Travelling from Scotland to other parts of Europe has limited options where travellers either need to take a flight or travel down to London to catch the Eurostar. But passengers may soon have another, climate-friendly option. With travellers looking for…
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Latvia’s Capital Introduces Tourist Fee In 2023

Starting in January 2023, Riga will be the latest European destination to charge a tourist fee for overnight stays.  Tourists visiting Riga will be subject to a €1 fee per visitor for every night they spend in the capital. However, the maximum charged amount will be 10 euros, meaning that tourists staying in the city…
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Spain Approves Startups And Digital Nomad Law

The Spanish Parliament finally approved the eagerly awaited startups law or Ley de Startups on 03 November 2022. The new startups law will bring tax benefits and other perks to entrepreneurs, remote workers and digital nomads who want to live and work in Spain.  Spain’s Economic Affairs Minister Nadia Calviño says the new startups law…
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Germany To Launch €49 Monthly Ticket For Trains, Buses, and Trams

Early next year, Germany will welcome a follow-up to the 9-euro ticket. The nationwide monthly ticket will offer unlimited travel on regional and public transport for just €49 a month.  Transport Minister Volker Wissing stated that the move was aimed at cutting emissions and helping people to cope with the cost of living crisis. The…
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South Korea To Allow Visa-Free Entry To 8 Countries

The South Korea online visa waiver, or K-ETA, will be made available to citizens of 8 countries for the first time from 1 November 2022. This will mark the first time that visitors from these 8 nations have qualified for visa exemption to South Korea since travel restrictions were introduced during the pandemic. The Korea…
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