Today through Sunday, April 21, travelers visiting Latin America around the Semana Santa (Holy Week) holiday period should plan journeys accounting for significant travel disruption and heightened security. Semana Santa is a religious festival celebrated extensively across the Americas, drawing large numbers of travelers from within and outside the region to key religious sites and popular tourist attractions. Religious processions are traditionally held in major cities and towns, particularly on Easter Sunday, April 21. Travelers should continue to observe sensible security precautions and allow additional time to complete journeys during the holiday period.
Today and tomorrow, travelers in midwest, southeast or southwest regions should plan journeys accounting for potential disruption due to stormy weather…