Providing our clients with valuable information that makes their travel smoother is key for us.
Below are some travel resources that will help as you plan your trip, even while you are traveling.
Ambassador Travel Fees
Important Travel Information
Make certain your travel abroad is safe and seamless by staying up-to-date on the latest alerts, clearances, and advisories. Click on the appropriate links listed to be in the know regarding your travels.
www.state.gov/travel/ (General travel abroad info)
www.tsa.gov/ (Clearing airport security)
www.travel.state.gov/alertswarnings (Alerts and warnings from US Government)
www.cbp.gov/ (Customs regulations what can you bring back
www.cdc.gov/travel/ (Travel Health Advisories)
Here are a few sites to help you find the best seats on a plane, flight status, airport status and general airport information.
www.seatguru.com (Airline seating charts)
www.flightstats.com (Track flight status)
www.fly.faa.gov (Airport status updates)
www.quickaid.com (General airport and airline info)
www.transtats.bts.gov (General airline on time statistic from DOT)
For most international travel a passport or passport card is required. Your passport should be valid for at least 6 months following the scheduled day of you return. Here are the links for applying or renewing a passport.
Currency rates and locations of local ATM’s for Visa and Mastercard.
www.mastercard.us (MasterCard ATM locator worldwide)
visa.via.infonow.net (Visa ATM locator worldwide)
Want to know what the weather will be check here for local weather. You can also check for a very long term forecast and find out the best time to travel.
www.weather.com (Current 10-day forecast)
www.theweatherwiz.com (Long term forecast)
Check the time difference between your home and your destination.
TAXI / UBER INFO
Getting around in your vacation city.
www.taxifarefinder.com (How much should a taxi cost?)
www.uber.com (Learn about how Uber works)
Emergency Assistance Abroad
Arrests // Locate a Missing Person Abroad
Sending Money to U.S. Citizens Overseas
Life or Death Emergencies
What the State Department Can and Cannot do in a Crisis Abroad
Prepare for a Trip Abroad