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Seattle has a long lasting fame for its unique contribution to the world, from flannel shirted Grunge
to the steaming sweetness of Starbucks coffee. Although the rain in the city is predominant, do not think that people stay in and cuddle in warm blankets all the time, the city is extremely lively and has a lot to offer to all kinds of tourists.
From flying fish to the incredibly photogenic Space Needle, make sure to do your research before visiting the city, as incredible low-key attractions can be easily missed in this underrated city. We have selected a few options to give read more
San Francisco is one of the most popular cities in the U.S. among tourists, who come to see all of the worldwide famous attractions, featured in most Hollywood films and series, turning them familiar to the rest of the world.
The city is located at the tip of a peninsula between the San Francisco Bay and the Pacific coats. With its steep rolling hills, and renowned summer fogs, Victorian architecture, cable cars and beautiful vistas.
Although it is almost impossible to cover everything in one weekend, we have selected some of the spots that are a read more
Dublin has one of the fastest growing population in Europe, and that is not mere coincidence. Most travelers that flock to the capital of Northern Ireland, expect to encounter an endless array of beer based fun, peculiar traditions and a great lifestyle. From worshiping leprechauns and four leaf cloves, to always having a Guinness bottle at hand, the Irish truly know how to live up to their worldwide fame.
The city has a little bit for every kind of tourist. From beautiful castles to its fine 18th century Georgian houses with its colorful doors, an immersion to the country’s history does not require a read more
If you postpone your traveling due to high prices, you no longer have a valid excuse. There are many destinations in the world that make up for amazing yet inexpensive getaways, you just have to adjust your itinerary.
From economic crisis to currency conversion, some of these countries can be visited for as little as $20 USD per day. The secret for frugal traveling is simple; explore off beaten track countries, travel in shoulder seasons and do your research in order to avoid tourist traps.
Cheap traveling is something that everyone with a desire read more
With a whopping 11 million population, São Paulo is the largest and most populated city in Brazil. Regardless of its size, the city is usually overshadowed by the natural beauty and iconic history of the neighboring state of Rio.
Although the city can’t offer the breathtaking beaches and natural landmarks as Rio, culturally and energetically it can give Rio a run for its money. The city is filled with museums, architecture, attractions and incredibly peculiar lifestyle. Residents are definitely not your stereotypical Brazilians, but they can party like few other fellows in the read more
Most travelers would agree that as much as touring different countries keeps our souls healthy, most of the time we can not say the same about our bodies. Usually we use trip as an excuse to unwind from our daily lives, diets and schedules, which could potentially take a toll in our health and well-being, specially for constant travelers.
Business travelers are the most affected by the disadvantages of over-indulging while on the road. For a longer period of time, a decrease in productivity can be clearly seen as the days go by.
The travel industry has been attending read more
When traveling, we usually long to avoid any of the always changing tourist traps. We usually go online, check our Lonely Planet and converse with friends that have gone the same route. Deep inside, we want to be acknowledged as savvy travelers and therefore awarded the authority to call out every rip-off situation that crosses our paths.
As much as we try, this market is run by ninjas, and although we are careful, they always seem to get their way into our wallets. Therefore, we would like to show you some of the things that have been punching holes in read more
We have already eaten and drank in some of the most special places in Rome. As Rome was not built in one day, neither did our guide to this incredible city.
We will now uncover some of Rome’s best stays, markets, shops and landmarks. These are indispensable if you prefer unique pieces, shorter lines or most importantly to pay a little less for high quality products.
From flea markets to alternative museums, Rome has a wide variety of places which are not so massively advertised as the main attractions. Although we don’t advise you to skip the must-see attractions and museums, try to check read more
International traveling has become a democratic luxury. “Americans have more passports than ever before.”said Ken Chavez, spokesperson for the Bureau of Consular Affairs at the US State Department. Over one-third of the population now have passports, which is double the passport circulation of the year 2000.
The opportunity to get to know so many different places, people and cultures has been more attainable than ever before. Companies are well aware of this shift, which can be clearly seen in the profit of US$1.3 trillion the travel market had in 2011 alone. via WTCC
Travel technology is also an upcoming trend in this market, and it has read more
Antwerp is a city which can pride itself on some incredible museums, picturesque galleries, sculpted streets and architectural gems, but also laced with beautiful green areas and peaceful corners. That is enough to make travelers belittle the importance of proper booking for plane tickets, hotel rooms, sightseeing reservations…
It seems we’ve become addicted to the feeling of booking the unknown, to hope for the best, to put ourselves on the spot to save a few bucks. Sometimes this practice leads to a fun experience, but there are those read more