If you really want to have an unforgettably romantic travel experience, you should visit some of these unbelievably beautiful and quiet islands off the coast of India.
Long before we started daydreaming about our perfect honeymoon, the Zika virus has made us think much more critically about our travel plans. To avoid the risk of contracting Zika altogether, we did some research and came up with three high-romance, Zika-free honeymoon destinations.
I think you’ll agree with me when I say: It’s really hard to drop everything and travel the world. Or is it? […]
Traveling can be painful. Delayed flights, over-packed bags, double bookings, legroom, you name it. These few simple travel items will save you so much headache that you’ll breathe a sigh of relief whenever you use them.
Though it may be tempting to rely solely on cash and debit, a credit card is far safer and provides much more benefit to you than simply forking over cash at the restaurant. The travel rewards you can earn are simply a bonus.
I knew I wanted to travel across Europe, but I didn’t really know anyone else that did. Forums were full of spotty and outdated replies and most blog posts were vague and unhelpful. Nomadic Matt’s Ultimate Guide to Travel Hacking was a lifesaver in planning and extending my first trip across Europe.
In 2014, after what can only be described as a series of classic travel pitfalls and sheer luck, I caught up with a friend who was backpacking through South America. Together we spent 10 awe-inspiring days in Guatemala and Belize. Today, this trip ranks near the top of my travel experiences.
If you’re living out of a carry-on bag and traveling for any extended length of time – likely between multiple seasons – it’s important that your travel wardrobe is especially versatile. It has to keep you both warm and cool. It has to be functional agains the elements. It has to be comfortable and fashionable and accommodate a variety of activities. Perhaps most important, it has to fit.
Before you can run off on an island excursion or spend a week completely unplugged somewhere truly remote, making sure you’ve got […]
By 1950, the road connecting Würzburg in the north and Munich in the south was in operation, stringing together a few dozen atypically charming German towns across a fairytale countryside. What could be more romantic?