If you are salivating after reading this, I’ve done my job.
Whether you visit the quaint Italian villages for one day or a full week, this detailed Cinque Terre itinerary will ensure you make the most of your trip!
Florence hasn’t lost its luster, and it’s managed to preserve its “old city” feel. It is best traveled on foot, so ditch your map and embrace the cobblestone streets and winding sidewalks.
If you are staying in a hostel for the first time, this guide walks you through how to choose a hostel that’s right for you and also shares a packing list of hostel essentials.
Whether you are a history buff, foodie, architecture enthusiast, wine connoisseur, club-goer or art admirer, there is something for everyone in the ancient city of Rome.
Get off the beaten path in Germany, and head to Garmisch-Partenkirchen. Here are many things to do in Garmisch, although the best is to simply relax!
A three part guide to budgeting, managing and saving your money. In part 3, you’ll learn ways to cut expenses and save money for your trip.
A three part guide to budgeting, managing, saving your money. In part 2, you will learn how to create a budget for you trip.
A three part guide to budgeting, managing and saving your money. In part 1, learn how to determine your “non-negotiables” when traveling. What is important to you?
Backpacking Europe – Stop 15
You know the old saying, “Everything is bigger in Texas?” Well, the same is true for Budapest.
Discover the many free things to do in Krakow with this travel guide, along with the harrowing parts of Polish history that deserve your attention and visit.