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Trip.com Discount Code & Promo Code for July 2020 (Monthly Updated)
Welcome to the hottest coupon codes for Trip.com! Get the best savings at Trip.com - discount codes, various Promo Codes, Discount Codes, airfare discount codes, hotel promotion codes and more. Weekend getaway or Christmas trip, book cheap flights and hotels now. Trip.com makes your travel easy.
TripBlogJul 16, 2020 0 2,664
Amazing Free Virtual Zoo Tour & Free Museums Online on Your Couch (updated July 2020)
Virtual Zoo tours, online museums and concerts are providing online live stream or other creative way to keep people companied in times of coronavirus. You will be surprised by what spectacular things you could enjoy just staying home.
TripBlogJul 16, 2020 12 18,638
Free Live Stream: Covid 19 Virtual Concerts, Paris Opera Live Stream
Virtual getaway!!!!! With much of the world effectively confined indoors to combat the spread of COVID-19, we’re increasingly forced to come up with new ways to entertain ourselves. It seems ages ago when you could go to the local cinema for a movie or perhaps take in an opera or concert. Many of us crave not just the high-quality entertainment but the comradery that comes with shared cultural experiences. Fortunately some of the world’s great performing arts institutions have responded with a wealth of online offerings. Performances of various sorts are prerecorded or streamed live, allowing anyone the chance to snag a front row seat at the Metropolitan Opera or the Berlin Philharmonic. Here is a partial list we’ve compiled to help you get through this period of physical distancing.
TripBlogJul 7, 2020 1 1,371
Flights Cancellation & Airline Policies Amid the Ongoing Outbreak of COVID-19 (Update 06.22)
As COVID-19 continues to spread widely and impact additional regions, airlines face mounting challenges to their service schedules. Government-issued travel restrictions and significant drops in passenger numbers have led in some instances to large scale flight cancelations. In our ongoing efforts here at Trip.com to provide travelers with information on the impact COVID-19 is having on global travel markets, we have put together this summary of how the world’s major airlines are coping.
TripBlogJun 22, 2020 7 32,632
10 Domestic US Cities to Visit in June
Are you thinking of scheduling a family vacation or weekend away? If yes, then consider going to some of the most exciting places to visit in the US? New York would be voted high as the exciting cities in the US or the most exciting among the places to visit in the US. With so many American cities reinventing themselves, travelers can discover something exciting right around the corner. There are cities all over the country brimming with energy, just a short flight, road trip, or train ride away. Pack your carry-on, and in a few hours, you’ll be surrounded by distinct American cultures, iconic dishes, and live tunes.
TripBlogMay 19, 2020 0 1,700
Virtual Museum Tours to Take During Lockdown: National Park Virtual Tour & Aquarium
Virtual tours and museums during lockdown. COVID-19 has upended our day-to-day lives and snatched away nearly all normality. Our best-laid travel plans have fallen by the wayside. This was going to be the year you finally made it to the Louvre or the British Museum. Maybe your goal was to explore the Getty or spend time wandering the galleries at the Met. With cultural institutions around the world shuttered due to the pandemic, curators have had to invent new and innovative ways to engage the public.
TripBlogMay 15, 2020 0 1,491
Manhattan Skyline 2020 and Top 8 Best View Points
New York City, the melting point of cultures, the city of modern marvels, the wondrous Manhattan skyline, the numerous parks, and waterways is one of the best tourist destinations of the world. When in New York, there is so much to see and explore. There is no doubt that nothing beats the transformational Manhattan skyline. It is one of the most popular and striking tourist attractions of the present world. The many engineered compositions stand tall and attract tourists, architects, engineers, journalists, artists, and many curious minds from all over the globe.
TripBlogApr 7, 2020 1 3,920
COVID-19 and Its Impact on Travel and Tourism in the United States
The United States is now the global epicenter for the COIVD-19 pandemic. New York City is particularly impacted with more than a quarter of the country’s confirmed cases. Governors in over than 30 states have issued so-called shelter-in-place orders. Large swaths of the US economy have ground to a halt as non-essential businesses are shuttered and cultural institutions like theaters, museums, and art galleries have closed to prevent people gathering in large numbers. Leading scientists are now estimating the pandemic could kill between 100,000 and 240,000 people in the United States. This shocking assessment means travel and tourism in the United States is nearly impossible for the next 3 to 6 months. Those with plans to travel to the United States should reconsider and those already there need to follow the advice of local health officials and the World Health Organization.
TripBlogApr 1, 2020 1 2,453
Top 4 World's Most Walkable Cities: Locals' Guide
Why Walking is the Best Way to See a City? If you truly want to immerse yourself in a new place, you need to spend time simply being there. This means being among the people, trying new foods, and walking a mile in the locals' shoes. Many places are focusing more on pedestrians, creating new and innovative ways for them to get around, including the implementation of car-free zones to cut down on traffic. If you prefer pedestrian life, but still want to travel and see the world, here's your guide to some most walkable cities in the world.
TripBlogMar 31, 2020 4 6,656
COVID-19 Lockdown Policy and Tips for Travelers in Europe & U.K [Updated 24 March]
Europe and in particular Italy are facing significant health challenges. Authorities have responded with a series of travel restrictions and enhanced public health measures. While not as stringent as those issued by the Chinese government, the European regulations present a significant burden for those currently traveling or who intend to do so in the near future. In this short article, we will detail measures now in place in major European countries as well as offer some general recommendations for how travelers can stay safe while abroad.
TripBlogMar 24, 2020 0 2,164
Parades and Fireworks: Great Ways to Celebrate the Fourth of July
The Fourth of July is that classic American holiday when all our grandiose display of flags, barbeque, apple pie, and fireworks come together in a delectable slice of true Americana. Many of us fondly remember trips across the state line to purchase obscenely powerful firecrackers. There’s also the annual family trip to the beach and the time-honored tradition of the Main Street parade. These quintessential Fourth of July traditions are what make the Fourth of July…well…the Fourth of July. We took a look around the United States and are bringing your our favorite places to enjoy the Fourth in all its patriotic glory. These are our recommendations for ways to celebrate the Fourth of July.
TripBlogMar 6, 2020 0 911
Architectural Landmarks: 10 Amazing Buildings Around the World
Designing, planning, and building the structures we inhabit is the job of architects the world over. Marrying form and function, they seek to balance complex and often contradictory imperatives. Styles range the gamut from subdued to ostentatious. In seeking to highlight amazing architectural treasures from around the world, we looked far and wide to showcase a diverse range. Spanning nearly every continent, these represent among the finest buildings and landmarks on offer. These are 10 amazing architectural landmarks from around the world.
TripBlogMar 2, 2020 0 1,484
The Best Public Golf Courses to Play in 2020
The best public golf courses to play in 2020! Freshly manicured greens, clubhouse conversation, a walk down the back nine on a sunny day. Few things top a great round of golf. Maybe you’re playing with a bit of a handicap (as this author must confess to), but who hasn’t imagined themselves walking up the 18th fairway in contention for a major tournament? We all know that electric feeling of anticipation as you watch your putt curl in for a much needed birdie! If this sounds like your weekend ideal, we’ve put together a list of some amazing courses. Aficionados will recognize many, but we think this is a well-rounded look at some of the best golf on offer. Fore!
TripBlogFeb 14, 2020 0 286
The 10 Best New York Hotels
The Top-10 Hotels in New York
TripBlogFeb 14, 2020 0 352
The Best 10 Ramen in New York City
Within the last decade, New York has become a town famous for Ramen, and the shops of Best Ramen NYC can be found in busy, packed spots of Midtown or East Village. If you are looking to eat ramen made by some of the famous Japanese chains, or a chicken or pork-based broth, then New York is the place to be.
TripBlogFeb 14, 2020 0 539
Complete Guide to Times Square NYC 2020
Times Square New York, an iconic site of the Manhattan cityscape, is a melting pot of world cultures as well as a major commercial and entertainment hub. Sometimes referred to as “the center of the universe,” and rightly so, this place is one of the most popular tourist destinations as well as the world’s busiest pedestrian area.
TripBlogFeb 14, 2020 0 420
Best Free Things to Do In NYC From Museums to Attractions
If you are an ardent museum enthusiast, whether escaping the summer heat or winter cold, you can indulge in your classic vacation activity by paying a visit to the famous art museums in NYC. New York City has more than 100 big museums out of which more than half can be classified as art museums. Many of the museums charge some amount for entry tickets. Apart from the museums, New York City has tens of hundreds of art galleries of which many of them are free art galleries in New York City where entry tickets are not required. To save on the entry tickets fee, there are many ways to find out the entry schedule of the museums and art galleries and visit them free. Some museums are entirely free, some are free on certain days of the month, some museums have free entry clubbed with some other offer, and you can find dozens of such museums if you take pains to get into details.
TripBlogFeb 14, 2020 0 648
Best Restaurants in New York
The gastronomic capital of New York has an excess of popular restaurants that are also smash hits with diners and social media users. If you can't resist temptation, you can only join the queue – but such delicious food is definitely worth waiting for.
TripBlogFeb 14, 2020 0 316
Things to do in NYC, updated Feb 2020
Top 10 Must-see Scenic Spots in New York
TripBlogFeb 14, 2020 0 663
Best 10 Museums in New York
New York is a culturally vibrant city, and the sheer number of cultural museums and institutions the city has provides various options to visitors round the year. From art museums to science exhibitions, artworks as old as 5000 years old sit in the city of New York. The museums capture cultures and artifacts from all over the world. They evoke senses of travelers with varied interests and serve as a bundle of knowledge for visitors. Massive architectures, millions of collections, and hefty expansion budgets have only contributed to the greater stature of these museums’decade after decade. While it can be pretty overwhelming to decide where to start since each museum can take one entire day, we got you covered with the 10 best museums in New York, which is a must-visit. So, pack your bags and witness all of human, science, art and cultural evolution over years and centuries and also the 10 best museums in New York.
TripBlogFeb 14, 2020 0 945
8 Best Asian Restaurants in NYC: Local's List 2020
Serena, born and raised in Shanghai and now living in New York, is a fashion travel gourmet and a senior foodie. My friends call me a small foodie; my mother says I am a picky eater; and my bestie envies me for my ability to always keep slim no matter how much I eat. But I hold the opinion that the sapidity of humanity's world results from pure joy. There are many food lists from professional magazines in the United States, but it seems to me that not all of the restaurants on the list are in line with Chinese (Asian) tastes.
TripBlogFeb 14, 2020 0 510
7 Major Destinations Outside Manhattan: Long Island and More
In addition to the bustling Manhattan, there are many wonderful places in New York State, such as the amusement paradise Long Island, the holiday resort Catskill Mountains, the Capital Region, which has many historical and cultural sites, the Wilderness Area Adirondack, the scenic Finger Lakes, the magnificent Niagara Falls. Drive a few hours from downtown New York to experience various natural and cultural landscapes. For more information, please follow the WeChat official account of the New York State Tourism Board "New York State Impression" and Weibo "I Love New York State".
TripBlogFeb 14, 2020 1 533
7 Best Places to Shop in New York 2020, NY: Fashion Capital of U.S.
New York, as one of the fashion capitals of the world, is a place where few people can completely get away from, because it satisfies all your shopping desires. If you want to buy high-end brands, just take a look at these shopping spots.
TripBlogFeb 14, 2020 0 697
10 Famous Filming Locations in New York City You Must Visit
Many famous Hollywood movies and US TV series have been shot at New York City landmarks. If you’re a movie fan, why not having an unusual trip to New York to visit those sites.
TripBlogFeb 14, 2020 0 758
NYC Parks 2020: Top 10 from 1700 Parks in New York
While New York is a sprawling concrete, asphalt and metal jungle, little patches of greenery are well-maintained by its residence for their touch with nature. Surprisingly there are over 1700 parks in New York spread throughout its five boroughs. Although Central Park is their most iconic one, there a number of others that offer just as much solace with a lesser crowd. The residents of the city take whatever little space they can find to turn it into a park and hence you see little spaces throughout the city with an official city park title. Green spaces the city are few and park between hence highly treasured by the locals and the tourists especially as the weather gets warmer.
TripBlogFeb 14, 2020 0 903
2020 New York Best Pizza: A Top 10 List
More of a misnomer, the best or top New York Pizza is a factual truth. The best pizza place in New York, after all, is second to none. Everyone knows the fetish that Americans have for this Italian delicacy with the popular city joints dotted by several small or high-end pizza restaurants. “New York Pizza style” slices dominate the international airports and streets of US cities which have their regional tastes. But be it Chicago, Detroit, St Louis or California- there is a New York Pizza replica that hides in the menu card, whispering “try me!!!”. You have not had or truly experienced pizza until you have had New York Pizza in Brooklyn, Queens, Staten Island, the Bronx or Manhattan. The New York Pizza scene has never been so strong and diverse as it is currently.
TripBlogFeb 14, 2020 0 617
2020 New York Shopping Guide: Discount Stores
There are a variety of famous brand discount stores in New York. As long as you have good taste and time, you can spend a little money to buy good-looking and fashionable "top goods".
TripBlogFeb 14, 2020 0 699
18 Things American Expat Miss the Most
Americans are well known for their work-life balance. They give equal importance to work and their time. On an average of about 42% of Americans have their passport, and you can also see one in five long haul travelers will be an American. Once in awhile, Americans will make some time in their busy lives to go out with their friends, families and loved ones to explore new places, new food, new culture, and diversities. But yes! There are things that they would miss being an American Expat. You would certainly miss the comfort of bringing at your home.
TripBlogDec 11, 2019 0 651
2019 U.S. Calendar: Federal Holidays 2019
Dates of Federal Holidays 2019 · New Year’s Day – January 1, Tuesday · Birthday of Martin Luther King, Jr. – January 21, Monday · Washington’s Birthday – February 18, Monday · Memorial Day – May 27, Monday · Independence Day – July 4, Thursday · Labor Day – September 2, Monday · Columbus Day – October 14, Monday · Veterans Day – November 11, Monday · Thanksgiving Day – November 28, Thursday · Christmas Day – December 25, Wednesday
TripBlogDec 2, 2019 0 332
Things to know before Visiting the Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC
Want to visit the Metropolitan Museum of Art and immerse yourself into the pool of knowledge on arts? Visit one of the most interesting venue of interest and discover the wonders of learning all-there-is-to about global art spanning over 6,000 years at the metropolitan museum of art. You are in for a visual treat where you get to see Renaissance paintings, complete Japanese armour with war regalia and the mystical Egyptian mummified sarcophagus and tomb!
TripBlogNov 29, 2019 0 892