Travel Tips

I.1. In case of theft abroad

If you are a tourist and being abroad, come to be involved in an incident from which you have stolen or have lost their documents, money or other objects, you should know the following:

-         Notify local police immediately;
- Seek to benefit from the presence and statements of witnesses to help describe the facts and the perpetrator;
- Accompany the statement made to police a list of objects that have been stolen or you are gone;
- Ask the police authorities issued a report (police report will be useful if stolen or missing items were provided);
- If it was stolen passport or other identification, immediately notify the embassy or consulate in your country (they will be able to issue a travel way for the return to the country);
- If you have stolen money, tell your family or relatives and ask them to continue financial support for the return journey in your country.

What can the consular staff of your country:

-         If you've lost or stolen passport, you can issue a title for the return trip in the country;
- Can your family contact to tell her about the incident and to send them any of your requests;
- We can recommend local lawyers and interpreters, to provide you with representation before the authorities for any claims or civil or criminal proceedings in connection with the incident you were involved.

What can not do the consular staff of your country:

-         It can not be investigated or investigations related to incidents in the territory of a foreign state, only that state authorities have jurisdiction to investigate these facts;
- It can provide legal representation;
- Can not pay the costs or costs of other proceedings;
- Can not pay transport costs;
- Can not pay the costs of hotel accommodation and medical expenses and can not cover the remaining outstanding commitments in your task.

I.2.In case of accident abroad:

If you are a tourist and being abroad, come to be involved in a traffic accident resulting in injury or damage you suffered some goods, you should know the following:

-         Seek to benefit from the presence and statements of witnesses to assist in describing the circumstances of the accident;
- Accompany the statement made to police a list of items that were damaged or destroyed;
- Ask the police authorities issued a report (police report will be helpful if the items damaged or destroyed, including the car were provided);
- If the accident had mild consequences (damage to the car), write down the identification of the other olds involved in the accident and its insurance company;
- Each insurance policy issued by an insurance company authorized in your country has signed up her phone number that is answered under the constantly call the phone number written on the policy and follow all directions as you are addressed;
- Keep the payment documents to return the country to present the insurance company;
- If the accident had serious consequences (injuries or deaths), notify the local police, after first aid, then contact the embassy or consulate in your country;
- If you carry a cell phone when traveling abroad, make sure before starting that you entered in the phone numbers of embassies and consulates of the countries of the countries you intend to visit;

What can the consular staff of your country:

-         If your passport following the accident was destroyed or lost, you can issue a title for the return trip in the country;
- Can your family contact to tell her about the accident and shall forward any requests you;
- We can recommend local lawyers and interpreters, to provide you with representation before the authorities for any claims or civil or criminal proceedings in connection with the incident you were involved;
- Can occur for necessary medical aid.

What can not do the consular staff of your country:

-         It can not intervene in pursuit of your case, except to the extent local laws permit such intervention only with the consent and support of local authorities;
- It can not be investigated or investigations related to accidents occurring on the territory of a foreign state, only that state authorities have jurisdiction to investigate these facts;
- It can provide legal representation;
- Can not pay the costs or costs of other proceedings;
- Can not pay transport costs;
- Can not pay the costs of hotel accommodation and medical expenses and can not cover the remaining outstanding commitments in your job or deceased.
I.3. In case of illness abroad:
Travelling abroad is not always protected from the risk of illness or accidents suferirii affecting health. The climate, environment, presence of diseases or epidemics of allergenic environments can affect anyone, even if health on leaving your country is good. During a trip abroad can happen from various accidents that affect the health or even life threatening. In such situations, immediate access to health care is essential, but it involves costs which are usually very high (one day of inpatient care in most countries costs between 500 and 1500 dollars, and especially air, with Air ambulance can vary between 20,000 and 250,000 dollars).
Travel insurance that includes coverage of medical costs in case of illness, accident or death is the best protection for such situations. Such insurance gives travelers immediate access to medical care possible and provide necessary comfort and safety of his family that whatever happens, he assisted and care and the costs are borne by the insurance company.
Therefore, I recommend that all Oman călătorersc abroad to end travel insurance policies include cover medical costs in case of illness, accident or death. I recommend that these insurance policies to cover the entire journey, from leaving the country on your return until the day.
It is very important that your decision to travel abroad to rely on the possibility of concluding such an insurance policy.
Authorities in your country signed with several countries, agreements on conditions for medical assistance based on reciprocity conditions as the traveler who visits these countries: Albania, Armenia, Bulgaria, Cyprus, China, Croatia, Cuba, Egypt, Greece, Lebanon, Lithuania, United Kingdom, Macedonia, Syria, Serbia Montenegro, Slovenia, Tunisia, Turkey, Ukraine and Hungary. These agreements, however, refers usually to medical assistance in emergencies, so they are limited to only those situations that could be classified as medical emergencies. Once the medical emergency was removed, the patient is responsible for all costs borne still needed medical care, treatment or possibly for transport in your country.
Even if you travel to one of them, I recommend you do not skip to end travel insurance policies. They can be useful in situations not covered by the emergency category and therefore not covered by those agreements.

When you are planning a trip abroad, you should consider the following:

- Learn about the disease risk situations in the areas you want to visit;
- A doctor and ask her recommendations for prevention of illness;
- Make sure vaccinations are recommended by the doctor made ​​on time;
- Make sure you have medication for the condition your doctor has told you that, if treatment is necessary during the journey;
- Find out how and where to get medical care in the country you are visiting, embassies and consulates in your country have lists of hospitals and medical facilities that offer specialized care;
- Finish a travel insurance policy that cover medical expenses in case of illness, accident or death;
- Include in a luggage travel health kit, containing, inter alia, medical supplies and first aid, a thermometer, handkerchiefs hygiene, alcohol.

If you are abroad and you become ill or suffer an accident requiring medical assistance, we recommend the following:

- Contact your nearest medical facility;
- If you do not have access to medical facilities, contact the embassy or consulate in your country, consular staff can recommend nearby medical facilities;
- Explain your doctor your medical situation, any previous illnesses, medication, etc. restrictions.;
- Provide medical insurance policy doctor or travel;
- If you do not know the local language, require the presence of a translator or ask to be contacted embassy or consulate closest to your country.

What can the consular staff of your country:

-         Contacting your family if you want to tell her about your medical situation and to send them any of your requests;
- We can recommend medical units to provide you with necessary services;
- If your admission is for a longer period, you can visit if you want;
- If necessary formalities to arrange your transportation in your country under special conditions, may interfere with the achievement of these formalities.

What can not do the consular staff of your country:

Do not create a more favorable position than its own citizens of that country;
- Can not pay medical expenses, cost of treatment, medication or transportation costs in your country;
- It can not intervene in the insurance company for claims on your behalf;
- No spaces can accommodate the embassy or consulate and can not pay your accommodation costs at the hotel;
- It can not regulate the situation of any remaining unfulfilled commitments of your illness or accident as a result.
I.4. In case of arrested abroad
If you come to be arrested or detained in another country, you know that your country's consular staff in the country can help, as permitted by national legislation of that country and to the extent permitted by international law.

It is good to know that under international standards, have certain rights and that foreign authorities can require you to comply. These rights are:

- The right to request that your country's embassy or consulate to be notified about your arrest or detention;
- The right to consular assistance (within the limits described below);
- The right to family contact (it can do and consular staff, only with your permission);
- Right to counsel (appointed lawyer or attorney hired by you or your family);
The right to health care;
- The right to translation in the language (interpreter appointed or, where possible, translator embassy or consulate recommended);
- The right to correspondence by mail (with the rules stipulated by the legislation of that country);
- The right to receive visits (by consular staff or the family);
- Right to be transferred for execution of the sentence in your country (only after delivery of a sentence and only the countries that support this procedure, based on international agreements and based on their national laws);
- The right to assistance from international nongovernmental organizations (NGOs coordinates international bodies that can assist in that country can be provided by consular staff).

If you have a family member arrested or detained in another country, you know that you can help in the following ways:

You can inquire about his situation either directly to the authorities of that country or through your Tarida consular staff in that country (the phone numbers of embassies and consulates in your country or telephone numbers of Consular Relations Directorate;

- You can take steps to hiring a lawyer to ensure its representation in court;
- You can visit him at prison (in compliance with the formalities under national law of that country);
- You to financial support (covering the costs of representation, expertise or other legal proceedings);
- You can send written correspondence to his mailbox (with the rules laid down by national legislation of that country);
- You can help him carry out the procedures provided by law for transfer in your country for the execution of sentence (provided that country accepts this procedure and in accordance with applicable national law).

What can the consular staff of your country:

-         Can insist to contact you after receiving notification of arrest or detention by local authorities (authorities notification is the official document that triggers the procedure of consular assistance in relation to local authorities);
- You can visit the place of detention (under the regulations laid down by national legislation of the country);
- We can recommend lawyers or translators that you can hire them to provide legal representation to the authorities;
- Local authorities can signal any irregularities to your application of the detention;
- Local authorities can signal any medical conditions that require special attention during detention;
- It can send messages to your family if you wish.

What can not do the consular staff of your country:

-         I can release from detention;
- Can not influence or intervene in judicial proceedings or the decisions of the (perhaps but support your claims in the event of committing abuses or infringements of rights that benefit);
- I can provide more favorable treatment than the treatment of citizens of that country in such situations;
- Can not pay the costs or the costs of legal proceedings (legal representation, expertise, translation);
- Can not pay medical expenses;
- It can not be investigated or investigations on the territory of a foreign state;
- It can provide legal representation (for this you need a lawyer);
- It can provide consular assistance if you are a citizen of the country where you were arrested or detained (consular assistance for people with dual citizenship is limited by international law and the sovereignty of the State in which nationality you are and you );
- It can facilitate the receipt of packets (other than written correspondence) from family or others.

In case of travel by car:

At any moment the police can be asked to present papers. To avoid a fine or even arrest the vehicle you must ensure that you have on your driving license, vehicle registration, compulsory motor insurance, vignieta (where required) and a power of attorney from the leasing company, if applicable.

We recommend, for a journey through several countries, to insure the hull type and check if it covers the states are going through. Should also remember that insurers refuse to pay any damages for theft if you forget or keys in the car acts.

Preparing for road vehicle must take into account the mandatory equipment which is required in the countries they cross. In this section you will find the details for each country.

In some states payment is made on the spot fines, police cashing amount of the fine. But you should tell where there is this rule so as not to be accused of bribery if you try to hand over money policeman.

Plan your trip so as not to go through very long distances without rest time. Also, avoid cover long distances on the highway at night, because then the risk of falling asleep at the wheel is the largest.

We recommend you have on both cash and credit cards, provided you check with the issuer if you can use in states that pass. Also, a map or a GPS should not miss. Radar detectors are prohibited in most European countries, some of them including possession is punished, and others, disabling the GPS function that indicates the location of fixed cameras is required.

In case of travel by plane:

May is a month of summer, so a month you can go anywhere you want in well-deserved vacation. If you made plans to leave in a foreign country, here are some tips regarding air travel: Generally you need to make booking in advance because the prices are even better the more bookings are made in May earlier, the price is lower if the journey includes at least one weekend and lasts up to one month for Europe, and flights to other continents at least one week, maximum six months leading ticket type can be obtained only if the type of visa permits. For tourist visa need a return ticket with the date of return during the validity of the visa. Do not make reservations several Avoid agents to book with several agencies for the same airline as the risk that both automatically be canceled even if you already bought your ticket. Be aware that time is available to present your reservation and in time for achitare.Biletele issued may be returned, but penalties can be substantial. Children and young people (up to 2 years, 2-12 years, 12-14 years) and elderly people (over 55 years for women and 60 for men) benefit from discounted rates, but differs from company to company, so it is better to include the age at time of booking. Prices do not include airport taxes down (unless stating this) because the fees can vary depending on the route used. These can be set but when booking. Boarding must arrive at the airport at least two hours before take-off aircraft on domestic routes and at least three hours for flights on foreign routes you have to answer questions regarding the content of baggage, otherwise the goods will be investigated Some companies restrict now hand luggage volume, so it is better to be informed in advance of travel to company policy with regard to this aspect must be present at the gate at least 20 minutes before take-off domestic flights and at least 30 minutes before take-off international flights. If you do not follow these deadlines will be considered not actually operating the flight and the airline is entitled to sell the place. It is recommended to have your passport and ticket, so as to reduce waiting times. Listen carefully Landing ads are made during landing. Do not panic if you are late: travel agencies or persons who were already waiting time when you travel land race; After you exit the plane, you go first at passport control, then you expect to conveyor bring luggage you have previously placed in the hold of the plane, but if you arrive at your destination and you can not find your baggage at the airport, you should be headed for the airport office in that special area where you depunde a complaint. Although not a common thing, it can happen that your luggage is lost to, especially when you complete a flight with stopovers, which involved transporting luggage from one plane to another.
In case of travel by ship:
Boat trip on the water is ideal especially when not suffer from that bad that you have only when we are on water, seasickness.

Far from noise, dust and polluted air localities all busy stretches of water and especially great with its negative ions and air iodine, with so many other minerals that are absorbed with the breeze, enter the lungs, circulating blood refreshes us more alert, strengthening our HEALTH, stimulating our vitality and joy of living.

About all the poetry of the sea, to writing and were created immortal works. Every moment lived on a boat, is a source of joy. Do not be upset and not to create complex if sometimes dizzy or "seasickness" frustrates us with his brief appearances.
Are not the only nor even the most trying sailors are not spared by this strange "illness" during storms, which disappears with them or walking on land. We have to enjoy every minute holiday and we have a chance to travel with a boat. We will stand as much on deck to air, reading on, when the sun is inviting sunbathing, or simply air we take a dip.

A thin scarf around the neck - if you are sensitive - we will keep the cold and will give us a touch romantic, feminine.

Holiday is a small valve, you must escape from our usual shell. But we must beware of exaggeration, keeping a sense of measure.
In case you're pregnant:

Just because you're pregnant does not mean you can not leave the house or neighborhood. You just have to plan travel in advance. Travel is generally considered acceptable to eight months of pregnancy. However, the doctor may advise you regarding safety when traveling. You must be sure you know what happens and how long the journey, before you make a commitment.

Travel by plane during pregnancy:

When traveling by plane, you must make sure that you place near the bathroom or close enough.

Try to get a ticket to a class to have more space state. Sitting in a cramped place, without the possibility of going to the toilet every 3 minutes, the journey becomes torture, especially if you have a long flight.

If you are concerned about morning sickness, to have with you a snack or nutritious ask in advance if meals will be served.

Also, try to have a change of route or flight stopovers. This is not desirable, but being pregnant need to think about the lack of comfort and how much exercise you need. A stop will allow you to leave the plane, grab a snack, go to the toilet and rest.

Travel by car during pregnancy:

If you plan to travel by car should not be the only driver.
Be sure to make frequent stops and have no car sickness.
If it's a long journey by car, take a room at a hotel or inn to rest and to exercise. If you travel in the car, you might feel nausea is exaggerated.

Try as best for you. Most women feel better while driving and they get worse as passenger.

Take frequent breaks, those are good time for laying on of hands and feet.

Pack snacks and drinks to have everything fresh on hand. The restaurants are great, but you will see that they are limited in number and are not always on your liking.

Before you travel, you need to plan everything in detail:

During pregnancy you should check everything twice, before booking the trip. You never know what can happen during that stage of pregnancy, so caution is always the safest way to protect yourself both you and your child.

In case of travel by ship during pregnancy:

is also safe. The only problem is that pitching can worsen morning sickness, if you have not yet got rid of them.
Problems can put a little holiday abroad if you choose an exotic destination. Such a decision should be discussed with your doctor because usually necessary vaccines, drugs have different names, do not know the local language, cities and hospitals do not know. In addition, water and food contain bacteria other than those you were normal and it is possible to cause traveler's diarrhea. Get ready for it, through a discussion with your doctor.
Travel with pet:
A warm weather arrived. Plan a trip but you can not decide about your pet? Take it with you? Or not?
Leaving on vacation does not mean abandoning your dog drag home! Taking it with you is a great way to put it to make the move. We discover new smells, new sights. We have a nice time with you.

Even though the holidays are fun for both you and your dog should be aware of their responsibilities and precautions involved. Here are some essential information that will help both you and your best friend to have a holiday full of fun but safe.
Travel planning and preparation are absolutely necessary when traveling with your pet. You have to think if it feels comfortable during the trip. Some animals, like humans, feel better in environments known. An animal with car sickness can turn holiday into an unpleasant experience. Some animals, sick or old, can not support a trip excitement. In such situations, can be left in the care of a pet-sitter or a pension trust clean.

If you spend the holiday Along with friends, find out first if your pet will be welcome. Also true in terms of hotels, motels, pensions, camping parks or. Always check whether the presence of animals is allowed. If you must leave your pet alone in the hotel room, make sure you put the knob sign "Do Not Disturb" and announces cameristele and employees at the reception of his presence. A good idea is to take with you a box or a bed igloo type, especially if you go into the homes of friends or relatives who do not have animals.
There are some general rules that apply to both valid if you travel by car and by plane.  

Your pet must be identified and microchipped. Before departure should take him to visit a salon spa for animals. It takes a bath, a brush, cut the guerrillas, toilet ears. Do not forget your favorite food, favorite toys, to food and water dishes. All this will make them feel at home. When traveling abroad, make sure you have health card and passport in place, up to date vaccinations, including rabies vaccine. Before leaving, make a visit to your veterinarian asigra everything is fine and deworming and vaccination are up to date.

The journey by car:

If your pet is not accustomed to going by car, take it to a few short rides before going on vacation. It is recommended that cats be kept in special transport cages to allow them to feel safe but also to avoid the legs of a cat while driving. The main meal should give it to the end of the day or at the end of the journey. During the journey, it is advisable to make breaks every two hours, the animal breaks to exercise and to drink fresh water and possibly food but small portions. Collar and leash at home do not forget! And for cats, a harness and leash is perfect!

Do not let the dog head on the glass during the trip! Dust particles can enter them in the eye, nose, ears, causing lesions and infections.

If you must leave your pet in the car in the parking lot, not necessarily leave them slightly open windows for ventilation. And most importantly, MAKE SURE WEATHER CONDITIONS! You can not leave him in the car if the temperature and humidity are very high. There is a very high risk of heatstroke and the journey can turn blink into a nightmare.

Travel with plane:

This is the biggest concern of pet owners. However, you can minimize the possibility of an unpleasant experience if a few rules. To be allowed to air, animals must be aged at least 8 weeks to be weaned at least five days before the flight. We need a health certificate to be allowed to fly the plane. It also requires a valid rabies vaccination in terms. Contact the airline before travel. They will tell you what rules you must follow and will reserve the place for your pet. During the warm season, choose early morning or evening to fly.

Transport cages, available in petshop sites or even some airlines must meet several conditions: to be sufficiently large to allow the animal to sit or stand in the bottom without touching the ceiling of the cage, you can turn and sit , to be resistant, does not have anything inside that could cause injury, have adapted the floor with plenty of absorbent material. Must be purchased before travel cage so the animal get used to it, to be clearly labeled and properly (including your name, address, home telephone number, contact information for the destination sign of "livestock" and arrows to indicate normal position of the cage. Ask your veterinarian for feeding instructions. for your comfort but also the animal, it is recommended to calatoareaca on an empty stomach. When making recommendations about feeding, will take into account the animal's size and age, duration and flight distance and your pet's usual diet.

Regarding travel by train or bus, looking up before the local companies. In many cities it is forbidden to travel by bus or train animals. Exception is made for dogs accompanying blind and disabled people.

How about taking your dog camping ... is a real challenge. Hedgehogs, snakes, insects and many other creatures can bite and hurt the dog. Be sure to watch him carefully. And really, ask your veterinarian to prevent infestation with fleas, ticks and worms from the heart!
Travelling abroad with minor children:

Parents or legal guardians must:

flight reservations and organize travel documents (passport, visa for the destination country - if necessary, travel insurance, etc.)
     We make available the reservation name, address and telephone number of the person bringing / picking up your child from the airport. Our staff will teach the child only person listed in the book by parents.
     pay the applicable fare and fee for unaccompanied minors. If you are traveling on a code-share flight type rule applies a shipping company.
     Handling Advice form completed and signed
     Please present directly at the check-in. In Vienna we expect to counter 'special assistance' in Terminal 1.

It is mandatory that the person who accompanied the child to remain in the airport until the aircraft taking off!

at the check-in receives a small bag (bag UM) for important documents and enter into our custody.
     will be accompanied to the aircraft by ground personnel and flight crew will be taught.
     is in custody on board the flight crew.
     is met by ground personnel and then handed over only those persons designated at the time of booking. The person must present an ID.

Fees for unaccompanied child care (the direction):

Domestic flights in Austria (direct flight or transfer): 40 EUR

Flights interrupted us in Europe: 40 EURO

Transfer flights in Europe: 80 EUR

Flights interrupted us in outside Europe: 80 EUR

Transit flights to / from Europe: EUR 100

Other airlines may apply other fees.

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