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  1. Stav9678

    Recently I have only traveled within the US and to Central America. I plan on expanding my travels to Europe and so forth is there a one stop website where you can find out if a Visa is required for US Citizens and or is it winter, summer,, spring, etc in those countries and so forth.

  2. MidSouthSkier

    Well anywhere north of the equator is going to have the same seasons as the US. But like the US their latitude will depend on how hot or cold it gets during those seasons.

    I think [URL=’’]Allied Passport[/URL] has a great quick-check site to see whether or not visas are required for US citizens (and for Canadian citizens for some countries). Just hover over the Visas tab at the top of the page then you’ll see items for “A Countries”, “B Countries”, etc. Slide your mouse down to whichever letter your destination country begins with and you’ll see a menu on the right for the individual countries beginning with that letter. Click on that country and the next page will tell you visa requirements.

  3. Anonymous

    Emirates also has a great tool: [URL][/URL]

  4. Gaurav

    I’ve also used the IATA tool a few times: [URL][/URL]

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