Three apps you cannot do without.
Because Jet Lag is horrible.
We walk past the seats every time we fly, and think to ourselves, is it really worth it?
Creating tangible memories you can keep forever.
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.
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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?