You’ll often find that one of the biggest draws to Europe is its old world charm. The cobblestone streets and quaint homes remind you of something you’d find in a fairytale.
Let me introduce you to this concept of slow travel.
Guest post by Natasha Pleis sharing 15 castles you need to visit.
My checklist for deciding on whether I should check my bag or carry it on.
TripAdvisor releases their the 25 best destinations in the world according to travelers
A guest post from Natasha Pleis, sharing the best tips for a visit to Amsterdam
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Purchasing a plane ticket, arriving in a foreign destination, and being swept from your feet in a country’s culture — you know the feeling I am talking about right?
It’s so easy to become dependent on the opinion of others when it comes to making decisions. I do it all the time. What star rating did it get on Google? How many people reviewed it on Tripadvisor? What was the rating on Yelp? Did most people like it — were the averages 3 star or 5 star?
Don’t ever let your fear of not being able to speak another country’s language stop you from traveling again! It should never stop you from visiting a country that you’ve always wanted to go to. I’ve put together a list of tips and tricks to help you on your next international travel.
Trains, planes, and automobiles. What’s the best way to get across Europe?
In 2015, jump into these 9 hotel pools…
This past week Bon Traveler took over @SanFrancisco ‘s Instagram page to share some the top spots to not miss across this city of a 1000 views.
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Some of my go-to tricks to help travel be easier and more relaxed.