Tourism

Brexit Bummer: Brits Banned From Amsterdam's Cannabis Coffee Shops

Authorities are considering placing portable urinals alongside passport queues to drug test Brits when they enter and leave the EU.

A Small Japanese City Was Deluged With Applications After Reports of a Ninja Shortage

The Japanese city of Iga has clarified that it is, in fact, not hiring ninjas.

How to Love the Journey and Check Your Travel-Related Stress at the Gate

Good news: Even homebodies can develop a sense of wanderlust.

Sweden Lists Itself on Airbnb for Free

The marketing gimmick is designed to draw attention to the 'freedom to roam' law that allows anyone to visit Swedish public lands for free.

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