Around the World in 5 Stories

A round up of international travel news, including the latest on Cuba, taking advantage of a strong US dollar, and the rise (again) of travel agents.

By Marty Patail January 22, 2015

Havana, Cuba

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Cuba is officially open for business. Find out the latest info on how to fly, where to stay, and how many cigars you can bring back. 

Remember, way back in the early 2000s, when the dollar was still strong? Well, your European vacation is about to get cheaper again, thanks to a plummeting euro (as of this writing: $1.14 to the euro, compared to $1.45 only a few years ago).

Do you find yourself wasting time answering online quizzes like, "Which Walking Dead character are you?" If so, this new travel guide that recommends your next destination using Buzzfeed-style quizzes is for you.

Millenials, it turns out, may not be just glued to their phones. A new report suggests that 20-somethings might actually be behind the resurgence of brick-and-mortar travel agencies

Travel is hard on your body—especially your back. The good news is there are some simple steps to protect your back on the road. 

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