It’s Carly from 52 Cities, back today to talk about a subject that doesn’t usually get a ton of attention: how to use your travel rewards points for things other than travel.
Have a ton of travel photos sitting around? Here are 5 creatives ways to use the photos you never printed. One of my personal favorites is the custom wooden box for storing travel mementos and prints!
Considered buying a MasterClass subscription? I’m breaking down my take on these online classes from experts.
You’ve been asking and we’re sharing. These are our top 4 credit cards you can be using now to be building up reward points. Take a look at this guide for which one is best for you.
From live streaming the Northern Lights to webcams at hotels in Kauai, there are some incredible ways to virtually travel from home. This week I’ll be taking a 360-degree tour of the Vatican + more. Join me and checkout 19 unique places you can virtually tour.
A note from the heart for how to support small businesses and creatives.
Ever wanted to know how to find the cheapest flights? This guide to using Google Flights will help you plan your dream trip and score some awesome deals on airfare.
Get inspired by these 12 beautiful foreign words that describe wanderlust.
The go-to list for what you’ll want to bring with you for a long-haul flight.
The first guest post of the year is from an expert in points and miles travel who knows some of the best travel hacks. So I asked what are some of the best ways to cut costs when booking hotels rooms. Click to see the 12 tips and some that I had never heard about before!
Over the years, I’ve used Excel spreadsheets to help organize my travel itineraries. Saving them offline as a PDF has also meant that I can easily keep track of my itinerary and confirmation numbers while on the go. In this blog post, I’m giving you my travel itinerary template to help you keep your trips well planned and organized!
The inspiration stage is my favorite part of travel planning. These 20 countries to visit in 2020 are a shortlist for travel bucket lists. This list is full of ideas of places to go — some popular and some that often get overlooked.
You asked what was some of the best tips for budget travel, so I’m putting together my go-to tricks and tips to save on travel. There are so many practical ways to save here and there (it all adds up!) when planning out your travel plans. Here are my top 20.
Whether you’re popping in for a day or stopping in on a layover, Bergen is one of Norway’s gems. Situated right on the water, read about where to visit, some good eats in the city, and a favorite coffee shop to check out in the city.
For the number of times, I’ve flown, I’ve had a rather limited selection of mishaps on the road. I always show up early…