How to safely carry money abroad
Once the problem of the choice of currency (cash, credit cards or traveler's checks) resolved to the tourist gets the main question - how to protect your money in the way of theft or loss. The most vulnerable is capable of carrying the money - it's a purse. If you lose money on the road, it is, alas, forever - bills carefully aside for recreation or shopping, no one will recover and will not return back.
Upon arrival at the hotel, special attention should be paid to the rules of residence and fire safety. Learn the location of entrances and exits, elevators and stairs. It is advisable to take a business card of the hotel and find out how to contact the competent authorities in case of emergencies.
New security measures at European airports
In order to gain control over the threat of transportation of explosives and flammable liquids, the countries of the European Union (EU) has developed new security measures that restrict the amount of liquids and similar substances permitted for carriage of passengers departing from EU airports, regardless of further destination airport.
General tips for travelersBefore leaving, carefully check against the correctness of the records of all the basic information: name, date of birth, gender, passport validity, especially if it is new. Under the legislation of a number of states, this period must end no earlier than six months after the entry into the country. If a foreign passport (PCR) registered the children, you need to check the correctness of the above information about them and the availability of photographs (for those over six years). The document must not be damaged, stains and foreign records. While abroad, keep it to yourself, do not give anybody for storage or as collateral.
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