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Safe traveling after a pandemic

All you need to consider

Adapting your lifestyle to the times after a pandemic might be challenging for the globalized human being, the traveler, and the adventurer. Taking care of yourself and the others should, of course, remain your primary objective. Yet, the world keeps spinning, and traveling can’t be eliminated from our lives.

That’s why you need to be perfectly prepared, and we are going to help you with that.

There are, of course, some quite fundamental things you should never ignore upon preparing a trip around or outside your country, such as:

  • Make sure the destination you are going to visit is safe and open for traveling.
  • Don’t go anywhere if you feel unwell – don’t hesitate to cancel if you must.
  • At first, choose tourist destinations closer to you and avoid taking unnecessary risks.
  • Choose destinations closer to nature, outdoor adventures, and off-beat locations rather than overcrowded metropolitan areas.
  • Wherever you go, keep impeccable personal hygiene and practice physical distancing.

If you keep these vital rules in mind, you can plan the rest of your trip. How exactly? Find out in the following paragraphs.

Before you go:

  • Carefully check the availability of your destinations – one by one. Some of them may be temporarily closed; some may function on a reduced working schedule and require additional affirmation of your health condition.
  • Always check the World Health Organization website and the recommendations of your local authorities before you go. In such a dynamic situation, the instructions for traveling may vary according to the circumstances.
  • If you travel abroad, get acquainted with the official recommendations and procedures in the destination country to avoid unpleasant surprises. Some countries may require visitors to use a face mask or undergo a quarantine upon arrival.
  • Try to book travel means and accommodation with no cancellation fee, in case something unexpected happens. Favor services that accept card payments.
  • Think of making health insurance for the period of your trip.

If you travel by car:

  • Disinfect your vehicle – the steering wheel, the door handles, the radio or GPS device, the seats, and other areas you tend to touch more often.
  • Favor traveling alone or with members of your family only. If you share a vehicle with other people, always wear a respirator or a facemask.
  • Open the windows as much as you can if the weather conditions are favorable.
  • When you stop for short breaks and/or snacks, maintain impeccable personal hygiene.

If you travel on a plane, a bus, or a train:

  • When on an airport, a bus or a train station, wear a mask but be ready to remove it for face recognition.
  • It’s preferable to keep wearing your mask during the ride, especially if you notice that someone around you has mild or severe respiratory issues.
  • Keep perfect hygiene. Wash your hands as often as you can. You can use soap and water for at least 20 seconds or use alcohol-based hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol content. Do not touch your eyes, your nose, or your mouth with unwashed hands.
  • If you feel unwell during the trip, inform the staff and contact the local authorities upon arrival.

During your vacation:

  • Make sure you pack sufficient amounts of sanitizer and masks into your luggage.
  • Wear clean clothes and underwear at all times.
  • Wash your hands carefully after each visit to museums, galleries, and other public places.
  • When you attend a restaurant, make sure you are distancing from others – a distance of 1,5 meters pretty much minimizes the chances of getting infected.
  • Avoid touring indoor spaces with lots of people. If you have to – always keep your facemask on.
  • In hotels, Airbnb and hostels, make sure that they follow the current regulations. Stay in places with a clean environment and shared spaces, tidy and disinfected rooms, sanitized bathrooms, and reliable staff.

At the end of the day, try to enjoy yourself and keep a positive mental attitude. When people take care of each other, life can become pretty tolerable in their own, post-pandemic way.

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All you need to consider

Adapting your lifestyle to the times after a pandemic might be challenging for the globalized human being, the traveler, and the adventurer. Taking care of yourself and the others should, of course, remain your primary objective. Yet, the world keeps spinning, and traveling can’t be eliminated from our lives.

That’s why you need to be perfectly prepared, and we are going to help you with that.

There are, of course, some quite fundamental things you should never ignore upon preparing a trip around or outside your country, such as:

  • Make sure the destination you are going to visit is safe and open for traveling.
  • Don’t go anywhere if you feel unwell – don’t hesitate to cancel if you must.
  • At first, choose tourist destinations closer to you and avoid taking unnecessary risks.
  • Choose destinations closer to nature, outdoor adventures, and off-beat locations rather than overcrowded metropolitan areas.
  • Wherever you go, keep impeccable personal hygiene and practice physical distancing.

If you keep these vital rules in mind, you can plan the rest of your trip. How exactly? Find out in the following paragraphs.

Before you go:

  • Carefully check the availability of your destinations – one by one. Some of them may be temporarily closed; some may function on a reduced working schedule and require additional affirmation of your health condition.
  • Always check the World Health Organization website and the recommendations of your local authorities before you go. In such a dynamic situation, the instructions for traveling may vary according to the circumstances.
  • If you travel abroad, get acquainted with the official recommendations and procedures in the destination country to avoid unpleasant surprises. Some countries may require visitors to use a face mask or undergo a quarantine upon arrival.
  • Try to book travel means and accommodation with no cancellation fee, in case something unexpected happens. Favor services that accept card payments.
  • Think of making health insurance for the period of your trip.

If you travel by car:

  • Disinfect your vehicle – the steering wheel, the door handles, the radio or GPS device, the seats, and other areas you tend to touch more often.
  • Favor traveling alone or with members of your family only. If you share a vehicle with other people, always wear a respirator or a facemask.
  • Open the windows as much as you can if the weather conditions are favorable.
  • When you stop for short breaks and/or snacks, maintain impeccable personal hygiene.

If you travel on a plane, a bus, or a train:

  • When on an airport, a bus or a train station, wear a mask but be ready to remove it for face recognition.
  • It’s preferable to keep wearing your mask during the ride, especially if you notice that someone around you has mild or severe respiratory issues.
  • Keep perfect hygiene. Wash your hands as often as you can. You can use soap and water for at least 20 seconds or use alcohol-based hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol content. Do not touch your eyes, your nose, or your mouth with unwashed hands.
  • If you feel unwell during the trip, inform the staff and contact the local authorities upon arrival.

During your vacation:

  • Make sure you pack sufficient amounts of sanitizer and masks into your luggage.
  • Wear clean clothes and underwear at all times.
  • Wash your hands carefully after each visit to museums, galleries, and other public places.
  • When you attend a restaurant, make sure you are distancing from others – a distance of 1,5 meters pretty much minimizes the chances of getting infected.
  • Avoid touring indoor spaces with lots of people. If you have to – always keep your facemask on.
  • In hotels, Airbnb and hostels, make sure that they follow the current regulations. Stay in places with a clean environment and shared spaces, tidy and disinfected rooms, sanitized bathrooms, and reliable staff.

At the end of the day, try to enjoy yourself and keep a positive mental attitude. When people take care of each other, life can become pretty tolerable in their own, post-pandemic way.

Where is it on the Map?

Explore more places in Europe

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All you need to consider

Adapting your lifestyle to the times after a pandemic might be challenging for the globalized human being, the traveler, and the adventurer. Taking care of yourself and the others should, of course, remain your primary objective. Yet, the world keeps spinning, and traveling can’t be eliminated from our lives.

That’s why you need to be perfectly prepared, and we are going to help you with that.

There are, of course, some quite fundamental things you should never ignore upon preparing a trip around or outside your country, such as:

  • Make sure the destination you are going to visit is safe and open for traveling.
  • Don’t go anywhere if you feel unwell – don’t hesitate to cancel if you must.
  • At first, choose tourist destinations closer to you and avoid taking unnecessary risks.
  • Choose destinations closer to nature, outdoor adventures, and off-beat locations rather than overcrowded metropolitan areas.
  • Wherever you go, keep impeccable personal hygiene and practice physical distancing.

If you keep these vital rules in mind, you can plan the rest of your trip. How exactly? Find out in the following paragraphs.

Before you go:

  • Carefully check the availability of your destinations – one by one. Some of them may be temporarily closed; some may function on a reduced working schedule and require additional affirmation of your health condition.
  • Always check the World Health Organization website and the recommendations of your local authorities before you go. In such a dynamic situation, the instructions for traveling may vary according to the circumstances.
  • If you travel abroad, get acquainted with the official recommendations and procedures in the destination country to avoid unpleasant surprises. Some countries may require visitors to use a face mask or undergo a quarantine upon arrival.
  • Try to book travel means and accommodation with no cancellation fee, in case something unexpected happens. Favor services that accept card payments.
  • Think of making health insurance for the period of your trip.

If you travel by car:

  • Disinfect your vehicle – the steering wheel, the door handles, the radio or GPS device, the seats, and other areas you tend to touch more often.
  • Favor traveling alone or with members of your family only. If you share a vehicle with other people, always wear a respirator or a facemask.
  • Open the windows as much as you can if the weather conditions are favorable.
  • When you stop for short breaks and/or snacks, maintain impeccable personal hygiene.

If you travel on a plane, a bus, or a train:

  • When on an airport, a bus or a train station, wear a mask but be ready to remove it for face recognition.
  • It’s preferable to keep wearing your mask during the ride, especially if you notice that someone around you has mild or severe respiratory issues.
  • Keep perfect hygiene. Wash your hands as often as you can. You can use soap and water for at least 20 seconds or use alcohol-based hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol content. Do not touch your eyes, your nose, or your mouth with unwashed hands.
  • If you feel unwell during the trip, inform the staff and contact the local authorities upon arrival.

During your vacation:

  • Make sure you pack sufficient amounts of sanitizer and masks into your luggage.
  • Wear clean clothes and underwear at all times.
  • Wash your hands carefully after each visit to museums, galleries, and other public places.
  • When you attend a restaurant, make sure you are distancing from others – a distance of 1,5 meters pretty much minimizes the chances of getting infected.
  • Avoid touring indoor spaces with lots of people. If you have to – always keep your facemask on.
  • In hotels, Airbnb and hostels, make sure that they follow the current regulations. Stay in places with a clean environment and shared spaces, tidy and disinfected rooms, sanitized bathrooms, and reliable staff.

At the end of the day, try to enjoy yourself and keep a positive mental attitude. When people take care of each other, life can become pretty tolerable in their own, post-pandemic way.

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