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r/travel is a community about exploring the world. Your pictures, questions, stories, or any good content is welcome. Clickbait, spam, memes, ads, brochures, classifieds, surveys or self-promotion will be removed.
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r/travel Rules

1.
Avoid repetitive questions

Read the FAQ and search before posting.. Search the subreddit to see if topics have been covered already

2.
Include descriptive title and context

Include a descriptive title. One or two word titles rarely provide enough information. Include the destination / area. When posting images: inspire us. Be original and provide travel context.

3.
No clickbait, blogspam, or self-promotion

Clickbait, spam, memes, ads, brochures, surveys, vlogs, blogs or other self-promotion will be removed.

4.
Be as specific as possible

Tell us where you're starting, dates of travel, budget, interests, places you've been, things you like and dislike when asking for advice.

Visa and passport questions: state your country of citizenship.

5.
Check Google or direct source before posting

Check to see if your question can be answered with a quick Google search. Similarly, call the airline, hotel, embassy, or other direct source.

6.
Stay around to answer questions

Stay around to answer questions or respond to comments. This applies to all posts.

7.
No low effort posts without details

Questions should include the research already conducted - Google and the crowdsourced /r/travel FAQ are great places to start.

We are not your travel agents.

8.
No racism, trolling, or bad conduct

Keep it civil: no racism, negative stereotyping or politics.

9.
No spam

While simple posts or links to gear or sites does not necessarily constitute advertising, avoid posting just for promotional or marketing purposes.

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