There are two kinds of people who go on holiday – those that travel and those who vacation. What’s the difference you might ask? The traveler wants to see and experience everything to learn about a destination while the vacationer prefers to relax in a beautiful destination, sipping on a cocktail soaking up their surroundings. One is not better than the other, just that there are difference ways to see this beautiful world.
One of my favorite things about traveling is the chance to take pretty pictures. And while you can take a pretty picture allllll day long, for me, there is one time of day that I absolutely love above all else: Blue Hour! Prior to investing in a quality camera, I had never heard of “Blue Hour”, but once I learned what it was, it changed the way I enjoyed the evenings, especially while traveling. So what is Blue Hour and how can you take Blue Hour photos?
You need an App for something? You can bet there’s an App for that!
If you’re a die hard traveler and plan to do some holiday travel, you have an app to help you with every leg of your journey. There’s an App to help you with your hotels, your flights, food, photos and more! With GPSMyCity, you’ll never have to worry about getting lost again!
So, you have a bff who love, Love, LOVES to go on road trips at any given chance? Whether you’re looking for a bon voyage gift, useful travel gifts, stocking stuffers or even looking for ways to spice up your upcoming road trip, these are the best gifts for road-trippers and the most essential road trip gear! As someone is who literally ALWAYS ON THE ROAD, I’ve gathered up gifts divided up by the type of traveler, whether it be for first-time road trippers, the music-lover, the in case of emergency “better safe than sorry” friend and so much more!
Guest post by James Meads from LiveWorkGermany Driving in a foreign country can not only be incredibly intimidating but absolutely nerve-wrecking, especially if you don’t know what to expect. With Germany located in the center of Europe, surrounded by nine different countries all within easy reach, road trip possibilities are endless. Yet despite being […]
It’s a new year with lots of new adventures that lay ahead! Maybe people are getting out their Bucket Lists and checking which things to tick off this year! I’m sure most of you have always dreamed of going to the world’s largest street fair with all the beer imaginable!
Between late Spring and early Autumn, it usually implies that somewhere in Bavaria, a beer festival can be found. ‘Gemütlichkeit’ is in full swing from Regensburg’s Dult to the world’s most famous beer festival: Munich’s Oktoberfest and beyond!
One of the greatest things about living in Europe is the ease at which one can travel nearly the entire continents without a car. But before you can go and hop on any train, you need to know the ins and outs of using the Deutsche Bahn, Germany’s most powerful train service. You will be hard pressed to find another train in Germany which offers high speed trains throughout the entire country as DB is the ONLY option. So, please allow me to give you some tips for using the Deutsche Bahn in Germany!
It’s impossible to blend in completely when in a foreign country, but there’s no need to stick out like a sore thumb and risk being taken advantage of. Some things are impossible to chance, like speaking your native language unless you so happen to speak a foreign language, then consider yourself lucky. But, it’s important to try to blend in so that it also shows that you respect your host country.
Traveling the world alone is easy and you only have yourself to concern yourself with. But, how do you continue to travel when one becomes two?
Traveling on a budget can make things more difficult, but not impossible! Here are some of of my budget-friendly travel tips for couples we use in order to afford travel as often as possible without breaking the wallet! Sometimes it means foregoing luxury items or meals, or it means traveling lighter or even sharing which will help your travel funds go a lot farther!
Before I uprooted my entire life to move to Europe, I wanted to come as often as possible and there were some of the questions I asked myself whenever I did attempt to come over. But I didn’t have the money or the travel skills that I have now. After living in Europe for 4 years already (how did that happen) and counting, I’ve learned a lot and I certainly made my fair share of mistakes along the way and I’m here now to share with you what I know now that I wish I had known then!