The new year is here, and if your resolution is to travel more and have more fun this year, it’s time to plan what events you want to visit in 2018! Everybody knows about Mardi Gras, Venice carnival and the carnival in Rio. Let’s explore some of the less-known events all over the world!
Traditionally, summer is the high tourist season for many popular destinations. However, if you don’t mind cold weather, winter traveling can save you from over-crowded streets, high prices, and fully booked hotels. You’ll just need to remember a couple of tricks if you don’t want to freeze.
Exploring Russia on a Trans Siberian Railway is on a bucket list of a lot of people. However, it’s a big undertaking, and it’s not all that clear how to prepare such a trip. Luckily, you can always use other travelers’ experience to guide you! Today we interview Sergey, who has gone on a Trans-Siberian trip this September.
Every Greek island, even a very small one, has its own unique character. Crete, therefore, being the largest and the most populous of them, has a lot of character. Whether you prefer to spend your holiday on a beach, doing sports or learning about history, Crete will be a great destination for you. For our research on Crete, we’ve chosen 5 most exciting things to do there, then went on and did them! Honestly, we were not disappointed!
Route 1, the so-called Ring Road, circles Iceland and connects most of its cities with two lines of mostly well-paved awesomeness. Our editor Kate has done a 10-day Ring Road trip on a budget in September 2017 and is now sharing an itinerary that will help you plan your own perfect car trip and not miss out on anything along the road!
Scotland is famous for its lush and tranquil nature, and one of the best ways to explore it is on foot! Today we welcome Josef, who has been to Scotland this spring and has agreed tell us how to undertake a hike of West Highland Way. With about 80,000 people using the path every year, it is one of the most famous trails in the world crossing Scotland from South to North.
The simple truth of life is that Iceland is gorgeous, but not cheap. However, if you possess a certain set of skills, including camping, cooking your own food, driving on unpaved roads and using a map, you can see a lot without spending too much. Let’s see how you can cut down your expenses in every travel category.
Traveling is a big stress for your body, even if you are a seasoned traveler. Therefore, it’s always a good idea to bring along a medical kit that will help you with most of the trivial illnesses. This guide will help you not to overpack it and not to forget anything essential.