Where can I travel to legally without a visa?

Question: I’m a U.S. citizen. Where in the world can I travel to right now? According to the U.S. State Department’s Visa Waiver Program status, Germany is still a no-go, and it’s nice to…

Where can I travel to legally without a visa?

Question: I’m a U.S. citizen. Where in the world can I travel to right now?

According to the U.S. State Department’s Visa Waiver Program status, Germany is still a no-go, and it’s nice to know that you’re not just left in the dark when it comes to where you can travel outside of the United States.

One of the most reliable sources of reliable information on all things travel is the U.S. Department of State’s global Travel Information website . It breaks down where you can travel to without a visa, as well as how to know if you need one. Travel to many of the tourist destinations listed, such as Korea, Japan, South Africa, Ireland, Turkey, the Caribbean and Antarctica are all visa-free.

Other more forbidden countries on this list include Iceland, Malaysia, Bahrain, Oman, Turkey, New Zealand, Mexico, Monaco, Thailand, Greece, Japan, and Italy.

If you have “up to an emergency” travel insurance, the State Department outlines what might be included in your plan. Policies may cover the cost of legal assistance, medical care, travel cancellation or interruption, or medical evacuation, according to the information here .

Even if you aren’t able to live in one of the countries listed, be safe. Even if you don’t have specific visa requirements in place, the State Department says that you “exercise due care in avoiding contact with terrorists.”

Do check in with your local consulate before leaving the country.

This article originally appeared on CNN.com.

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