After scouring the globe, we reveal our 44 favorite gifts for travelers. From less than $4 to over $1,000, here are the best gifts for any budget and style.
After scouring the globe, we reveal our 46 favorite gifts for travelers. From less than $4 to over $1,000, here are the best gifts for any budget and style.
What happens when two people who always travel together decide to take solo trips? Here are all the details, plus our best tips, tricks, and advice for successful solo travel!
After scouring the globe, we reveal our 29 favorite gifts for travelers in 2015. From less than $10 to over $1,000, here are gifts to fit any budget.
Taking a trip to a cool or cold weather place and struggling with what to pack? Here’s the ultimate list to minimize your stress…and your suitcase.
Where should you exchange money? Cash or credit? Are ATM’s safe? What about fees? No more confusion – here are THE 14 rules for using money while traveling.
Want to travel, live, and work anywhere in the world? Here’s how to do just that!
Traveling and eating go hand and hand. However, it can be difficult to navigate the best restaurant at the right price point. Or how to decide which road side food truck to eat at and which one to avoid. We give your our 18 tips to eat while traveling.
Many women think it’s impossible to pack in a carry-on – but packing light doesn’t have to be a death sentence for fashion. Here are my 8 secrets for packing in a carry-on and a complete packing list for you to follow.
EatWith is a new website built to help you find incredible and authentic meals in cities around the world. We tried it and loved it. Here’s why.
The days before leaving on a trip can be stressful. Stay organized and alleviate (some of) the craziness by running down our handy pre-travel checklist, which also includes a free downloadable PDF.
Some of these you may already do, but some (like #18) I bet you don’t. Airfare, accommodations, eating, transportation and few extras – we’ve learned some of these from other travelers and some the hard way and all will help you toward the ultimate goal of traveling more and spending less.
There are A LOT of options when renting a car – and a lot of ways to get a good price (or get ripped off if you don’t know what you’re doing)! Here is the exact process I use every single time I rent a car to ensure I get the best price.
We’ve used our smartphones abroad in over 20 countries. Here’s a tutorial, full of pictures and faq’s, for even the most non-tech savvy travelers (for tech idiots, by tech idiots)!
The more I travel internationally, the more annoyed I get each time I return home and am faced with paying an exorbitantly large cellphone bill. Because I’m home often enough, I can’t just cancel the plan straight up. A US cellphone, for better or worse, is necessary for me. But after being away for
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Need a gift idea for a loved one…or yourself? Our top travel picks, including both a male and female section, which are guaranteed to earn you some brownie points.
Using Chase points for car rentals is a great option, especially if you don’t have enough for a flight. Here’s a step by step guide in how to do that and how to pick what you’ll pay.
From understanding if you should deny the insurance to the cheapest locations to pick up your car, these 10 tips will help you make the right decisions, and save money, during the often (way too) complicated process of renting a car.
I’ve done a lot of traveling over the last 3 years and to a range of different climates and locales. But no matter where I go, there are some items that ALWAYS find their way in to my luggage. Since I travel with just a carry-on 90% of the time, one of my main focuses
In an effort to inspire people to stop making excuses and start traveling, I rounded up 71 of the world’s most famous travel experts (you’ll probably recognize most of them). Here’s what they had to say.
[Update: Want the newest stuff? Of course you do! Check out our updated Top 10 Things to do in Siem Reap post from May 2015 that includes a professionally edited 2 minute video by clicking here. ] 1. Angkor Wat Like this list would start with anything else! Usually the only thing people know about Cambodia