You want to have peace of mind when you go travelling abroad. For this reason, it is advisable that you get a good insurance policy that will cover you and your possessions.
Often when you buy a flight to travel abroad you will be offered some sort of travel insurance. It can be very easy . . . → Read More: Peace of Mind: A Precious Travel Commodity
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Timing is everything
For the best flight prices either book early when there is plenty of availability or at the last minute once airlines have slashed prices to fill seats. When you holiday is just as important: while you should be prepared for an expensive trip if you’re set . . . → Read More: Save Money Booking a Holiday With 5 Top Tips
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Egypt is a country of exciting contrasts, and there is nowhere else on earth where history feels so accessible and alive. From the colossi of Abu Simbel to the bustling bazaars and tranquil mosques of Cairo, thousands of years of tradition exist harmoniously with contemporary life. Touring holidays with . . . → Read More: The Captivating Contrasts of Egypt
Probably one of the first things that will come up while planning your visit to London is the plain and simple fact that transport is not the cheapest available. If you’re traveling on a budget – do not fear, the city provides as many means of transport as you can imagine and cycling is definitely . . . → Read More: London on Two Wheels
Daniela Baker is a social media advocate at CreditDonkey, where travelers can compare airline credit card deals to prepare for next summer. As someone who’s been bitten by the travel bug at an early age, she hopes this post will help other fellow travel enthusiasts and backpackers.
“I find it wholesome to be alone the greater . . . → Read More: Hiking: Solo vs. Groups
Travelling alone can be one of life’s most rewarding experiences. A rite-of-passage at any age, it’s a chance to explore the world on your own terms, without the need to pander to the wants of a travelling companion.
The proliferation of budget airlines offering cheap flights means circumnavigating the globe with a backpack is . . . → Read More: 7 Top Tips For the Solo Female Backpacker
Travelling is a passion for one and many. Be it on pocket string budgets or an extravagant vacation off with family, it is advisable to read up for helpful tips at the onset of your journey to make it an unforgettable experience. Here are a few tips on the do’s and don’ts when you are . . . → Read More: Top 6 Travel Tips
Cruising is known as one of the best party holidays for young travellers. Between theme nights and exploring tropical island bars and clubs, you’ll never be short of things to do on your cruise getaway. For the latest and greatest party options, always check with your travel agent for upcoming special events or festive sailings. . . . → Read More: Top 3 Party Cruises for Young Travelers
As you all know, I’m a proud German, having been born there and raised in the German culture. Being German, and not living in Germany, is a funny thing; everybody wants to tell you about their long-lost fifth removed cousin (“you must know who he/she/it is!”) or their favorite beer that they drank . . . → Read More: Hannover, Germany: Home of the other Oktoberfest!
Many people don’t realize that staying in touch with friends and family back home while traveling can be as big of a factor to the success of your trip as can the actually planning of the trip itself. The reality is, that it is human nature to miss and be missed, and simply keeping the . . . → Read More: Staying in Touch While You Travel