U.S.A Embassies around the World
List of links to internet sites of U.S. Embassies, Consulates and other diplomatic missions in foreign countries.
United States Missions to International Organizations
International Travel Guide
International travel can be an exciting adventure, but it can also bring many unpredictable situations. TripResource.com is your international travel guide specializing in the latest international travel information that you need to know before you Travel or while on your Trip. Whether you need information from an International travel guide or you’re just trying to find an ATM around the corner, we can quickly direct you to the travel information that will best meet the needs of you, or those of your family or organization. To the right are quick links to the travel information we provide.
The Beginner’s Guide to International Travel
If there is one thing that should be on every person’s bucket list,it’s international travel.Whether you go to a bordering country or halfway around the world,there is so much to see and you definitely don’t want to miss out.Traveling has completely changed my life. It has opened up my eyes to so many different, beautiful and amazing things that I would have never seen if I hadn’t ventured abroad.I know that it can be scary to take your first international trip, and it requires a lot of preparation. But, don’t worry! It’s easier than you might think.
- Apply for a Passport
- Check for Visas & Travel Requirements
- Consider Your Budget
- Plan an Itinerary
- Book Your Flight
- Book Your Accommodation
- Stay Safe
International Travel Alerts and Warnings
We issue a Travel Warning when we want you to consider very carefully whether you should go to a country at all. Examples of reasons for issuing a Travel Warning might include unstable government, civil war, ongoing intense crime or violence, or frequent terrorist attacks. We want you to know the risks of traveling to these places and to strongly consider not going to them at all. Travel Warnings remain in place until the situation changes; some have been in effect for years.
We issue a Travel Alert for short-term events we think you should know about when planning travel to a country. Examples of reasons for issuing a Travel Alert might include an election season that is bound to have many strikes, demonstrations, or disturbances; a health alert like an outbreak of H1N1; or evidence of an elevated risk of terrorist attacks. When these short-term events are over, we cancel the Travel Alert.