Travel Statistical Report 2017

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8 key insights into digital travel in 2017 and beyond

What should you expect from the digital travel industry in the months to come? These are the highlights from our research report 2017 Phocus Forward: The Year Ahead in Digital Travel.

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They say that electronic money is secure. They say that the security system cannot be breached. So why do we hear stories about money disappearing from an account? Learn how to keep your money secure.


We have written about money theft several times. However, as the issue is not to be underestimated, we want to discuss it once again. Since our bank accounts have become vulnerable to hacking, there is a lot we can do to secure our money. Or perhaps not? Read about credit card myths to feel more secure online.

Myth no. 1: Your money can’t be stolen when you keep your card safe in a locker.

Your personal or credit card details can be stolen even if you do not use the payment instrument. One transaction concluded on a fake website is enough to have the crucial data copied by hackers ready to charge your credit card, while you remain unaware of the process. Make sure to install a reliable antivirus software that will protect you against shady websites.

Myth No. 2: Bank websites are secured so well that they cannot be faked.

Modern viruses display fake bank logon websites in order to steal your credentials. The scenario is simple – you receive a fake email asking for providing your credit card number, its expiry date and CVV number. Remember that no bank ever asks for such data! Pay special attention to a website address and SSL certificate, i.e. https instead of http and a padlock icon displayed by the address bar.

Myth no. 3: A card holder is always responsible for unauthorized transactions.

Read carefully the Terms and Conditions, especially information on the scope of responsibility applied to a user and a financial institution. In other words, check when a bank is obliged to refund money that has been stolen from your account. Naturally, if you disclose your credit card data to a third person then according to the Act on Payment Services of 2011, no refund will be granted. Still, each case must be considered individually as some data theft operations may be so well executed that only experts would notice anything suspicious. Besides, security procedures may fail as well. And if they do, you do not have to worry about a refund.

Myth no. 4: Provide your PIN code to make an online payment using your credit card.

Never disclose your PIN code on the internet (even your bank does not know that number). To authorize an online payment made using a credit card, use the CVV number printed on the other side of the card, i.e. three last digits located next to the signature field.

Read also: What is CVV number and how to use it?

Myth no. 5: You will have to repay a gigantic debt if an unauthorized person uses your credit card data.

Fortunately, each credit card has a certain limit that cannot be exceeded. If the limit is set to PLN 1,000, no thief will spend PLN 2,000 using that card.

Myth no. 6: Credit card theft is synonymous with paying interest.

A credit card offers you a certain time limit for repaying the credit without being charged any interest. Act fast (e.g. within 56 days of interest-free repayment period) and a swift bank’s response will save you from paying any extra fees.

Despite this seemingly disturbing information, credit cards are far securer than cash. Still unconvinced? How about this – if you lose a PLN 100 banknote, the chances that you will find it are zero and there is no one responsible for your loss. However, if your money is stolen from your account, it is possible to track the perpetrator (e.g. by establishing location and time of a transaction).

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7 Awesome Things To Do in Bamberg, Germany

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1. Witness the Island life at Little Venice

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Join a river cruise along the residential areas. Photo by: Dwi Anoranganirum (Arum)

Upon arrival in the bridge after the Bamberg Center, a line of half-timbered houses welcome you. They are a strip of buildings which mainly constructed in the middle ages. Formerly the fishermen’s village, this part of Bamberg has been one of the most favorites, tagging it as the Little Venice in Franconian Rome.

If you want to make your visit to the Little Venice more memorable, make sure to come in August (around the third week of the month) and be part of the traditional Bamberg Beer Festival called “Sandkerwa”. During the festival, Little Venice serves as the background in portraying the dispute of Bamberg’s fishers as well as a notable Italian night.

Location: Klein Venedig, Am Leinritt, 9604

2. Be mesmerized to an Old Town Hall resting in a river

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Another greeting attraction in Bamberg is the Old Town Hall that lies in the middle of the Regnitz River.  It was originally placed in 1386 but was reconstructed from 1744 up to 1756 to widen the services to the public. The impressive location of the hall in the island’s side of Bamberg is said to be forcedly done. Some records tell that former people failed to get a land from the Bishop, where they can build the town hall, so they put up a human-made island where city hall has somewhere to stand to.

Now, this three-dimensional baroque architecture is highlighting the old Rococo Hall and the Ludwig Collection. The Ludwig Collection caters over 300 artistic figurines, animal-shaped serving dishes, and dinner services made of porcelain from the 18th century. If you are a big fan of these primitive collections, have access inside the old town hall. But if you are contented to its outside aesthetic, then grab your camera and shoot that best angle!

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Location: Altes Rathaus, Obere Brücke 1, 96047

3.Visit Emperor Heinrich II and his wife Kunigunde at the Bamberg Cathedral

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No, you will not meet Emperor Henry II who died in 1024 and his wife Kunigunde, but only to pay a visit on their ‘forever love’ tomb, created by Tilmann Riemenschneider, inside the Cathedral.  Also known as St. Peter’s and St. George’s Imperial Cathedral, it was initially constructed from 1002 up to 1012. After a decade of construction, a fire went it down, leading to the new formation in 1081. The third establishment was in 1111 and has been survived until today.

The 11th-century Cathedral is considered as one of Germany’s most important models of architecture from Romanesque to the Gothic period. It exhibits not only the royal couple’s tomb but as well as the Bamberg Horseman, the altar by Veit Stoss, and the papal tomb of Clemens II.

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A dramatic black and white four-tower Bamberg Cathedral. Photo by: Dwi Anoranganirum (Arum)

Scheduled tours are provided by the Cathedral Administration. It can include melodic concerts by the organ.

Location: Dom, Domplatz 5, 9604

4. Fall in love with thousands of Roses in New Residence’s Garden

Who wants three pieces of roses for I LOVE YOU? Or a dozen to make it more romantic? Well, stop that little desire and load yourself with thousands in the Rose Garden of the New Residence.

7 Awesome Things To Do in Bamberg, Germany 7Rose Garden at the New Residence by Thomas Depenbusch (license)

More than 4500 roses are flaunted in the courtyard of the New Residence in Bamberg during summer. Touring around the columns of roses can give an almost perfect impression of relaxation. Café is ready to serve the visitors and benches are all stand by too for your weary feet to relax.

As Germany has four different seasons, do not expect the whole year of roses blooming. Nevertheless, pay a visit after winter season to have a unique view of the garden and gaze as well the St. Michael’s Monastery.

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Location: Rose Garden – Domplatz 8, 96049

St. Michael’s Monastery – Michaelsberg 10f, 96049

5. Have a glass of Rauchbier (smoked beer) in a traditional brew pub

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After viewing St. Michael’s Monastery, which is a former brewery, it’s time to try the original smoked beer in Bamberg.

Monasteries are said to be the origin of breweries and believed that smoked beer is invented accidentally. There was the fire in this religious foundation and bulks of barleys were smoked. During the middle ages, the monks are allowed to brew, which helps them to stay self-sufficient.

Presently, the distinctive taste of the smoked beer is preserved in Bamberg as barleys about in 36 hours. And to continually achieve the smoked beer’s taste like in 300 years ago, the master brewer needs to adjust the flame during the process.

Amazing, isn’t it? There are nine breweries, which are mostly internationally-acclaimed with awards, in Bamberg and all of them can definitely satisfy your beer-craving. If not, then try the other 70 breweries around the town. When you come back to Bamberg, lend a more space in your stomach and get drunk with its 50 varieties of beers. Prost! (Cheers!)

Location: Schlenkerla – Dominikanerstrasse 6, 96049

6. Try the Bamberger Zwiebel (Onion of Bamberg)

7 Awesome Things To Do in Bamberg, Germany 10Bamberger Zwiebel by Bernt Rostad (license)

Embrace the delicious agricultural side of Bamberg by ordering the grilled onions stuffed with mincemeat or the Bamberger Zwiebel in a restaurant.

Way back in 1600, Bamberg was the center of onion cultivation, when vast production in Germany started. So in support of the main crop in town, place an order of their Onion Meal. Do not worry on your breath after; there’s nothing wrong in making your tummy filled. Locals said that Bamberger Zwiebel is best to taste during winter.

7. Enjoy the hilly walkways and nature-like scenery

For the nth time, Bamberg has been compared with Rome including their same seven hill-structures. A peaky town displays the natural pride of every spot that it can offer. In Bamberg, churches and cathedrals; houses; and universities are some common stressed constructions, which are influenced by the exceptional medieval era.

For a day tour in Bamberg, to stand in the hilly alleys can be enough to fill your eyes with amusement. Enjoy your walk paths and peep the top sites situated in each hilly part of the town.  Yes, it could be tiring to walk the whole day, but the green scenery in Bamberg can get rid of that grogginess. Bamberg is one of the cities where you can still stroll freely, without minding any traffic around. This might also be the best combination of relaxation and tour, isn’t it?

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Though the lists can be done in a day, do not miss the chance to spend more time exploring this ancient town.

How to get there: The nearest airport in Bamberg is Nuremberg. From there, you can take a one-hour train trip. An affordable day ticket, costing 18€ can be used. Purchase a Tagesticket Plus that can cover 2 Adults and 4 Kids, valid for a day.  Additionally, there’s a weekend promo which allows passengers who bought this ticket on Saturday, to be used it until the next day.

Check out some of the cool and cheap tours you could do in Nuremberg.

Planning to spend a weekend in Bamberg? Do not forget to do all or any of the things mentioned here. But I am sure you will also discover other awesome things to do in Bamberg! Share them!

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Explanation of Schengen-Visa refusal

1. A false/counterfeit/forged travel document was presented.

2. Justification for the purpose and conditions of the intended stay was not provided.
· The relevant documents (please see visa requirements) were not submitted.
· The documents submitted could not ascertain your purpose of stay.
· The existence of a family relationship was not substantiated with adequate documentary evidence
· The requested duration of stay is not consistent with any leave entitlements.
· The previous visas granted on the invitation of the same host have not been used to enter Germany, although
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· The flight and hotel reservation submitted has been canceled in the meantime.

3. You have not provided proof of sufficient means of subsistence for the duration of the intended stay or for the return to the country of origin or residence, or for the transit to a third country into which you are certain to be admitted, or you are not in a position to acquire such means lawfully.
· You have provided no or insufficient evidence for having the financial means for the duration of your stay.
· Please have a look at the visa requirements and the information concerning your specific travel purpose.
Please prepare the documents in the requested manner in case of a future application.
· Please note that only a simple bank confirmation without bank statements for the last 3 months is not sufficient as proof of financing.
4. You have already stayed for 90 days during the current 180-day period on the territory of the member states on the basis of a uniform visa or a visa with limited territorial validity.
· Generally, you are only allowed to stay 90 days within a period of 180 days in the Schengen-Area. The
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· You did already stay longer than 90 days within 180 days in the Schengen area.

5. An alert has been issued in the Schengen Information System (SIS) for the purpose of refusing
· You have a negative entry in the SIS; as long as this remains, it is usually not possible to grant you a visa.

6. One or more member state(s) consider you to be a threat to public policy, internal security, pub
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· You have submitted fake or false documents and / or made contradictory statements.
· You have attempted deceit.
· You have a negative entry in the AZR (Central Register of Foreigners); as long as this remains, it is
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7. Proof of holding an adequate and valid travel medical insurance was not provided.
· You have not submitted any adequate travel health insurance (minimum coverage sum of 30,000 euros / all Schengen states).

8. The information submitted regarding the justification for the purpose and conditions of the intended stay was not reliable.
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· Changes in the personal situation since the granting of the last Schengen-Visa

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