When I moved to London, the first holiday I booked was a birthday trip to Paris. Having a typical French breakfast at a Parisian sidewalk café was at the top of my travel bucket list. Frankly, I was more excited to eat a real French croissant than I was to see the Eiffel Tower!
The biggest lesson I’ve learned from traveling is how quickly money disappears (and I don’t mean from pick-pocketing). Luckily, there are plenty of easy ways to save money while traveling, from where you eat to how you get around.
Between its unique museums, gorgeous photo spots, and relaxed atmosphere, spending at least one day in Stockholm is a must for anyone visiting Scandinavia.
Whether you’re a photography enthusiast or just looking for some lovely views around the city, these gorgeous Stockholm photo spots are sure to please.
Belgium’s hottest city is Bruges. This place has everything. Old windmills. Charming cobblestone alleys. A giant plastic whale jumping out of a canal. And with this Bruges one day itinerary, you can see the highlights on foot and still have time for an afternoon beer break.
I came to Brussels for three specific reasons: chocolate, waffles, and the Grand Place. I was not disappointed. Luckily, one day in Brussels is just enough time to explore the highlights and fill up on Belgium’s famous food and drink.
London may be home to 71 Michelin-starred restaurants, but that doesn’t mean you have to blow your entire travel budget on food. Despite what you may have heard, there are plenty of delicious, cheap eats in London to satisfy budget travelers and foodies alike.
How do you prepare for the best travel experience possible? Do you research the must-see places and best restaurants, read an article or two on travel safety, and call it a day? You should also learn some essential travel terms and phrases to make the most of your trip.
If someone handed you $5,000 to spend on your next trip, where would you go? A remote island in Fiji? Maybe a food tour of Italy? If taking your fantasy trip seems impossible without a cash windfall, check out these easy ways to grow your travel fund.
Japan may have a reputation for being “Westernized”, but don’t be fooled. There are plenty of things to avoid in Japan when you travel around the country.