Yesterday, I planned to visit Notre-Dame cathedral and the Louvre. However, the protesters in Paris prematurely canceled my itinerary. In a matter of moments, the major sights of the city were shut down to the public for their safety. It did not matter if you had tickets, if you had been waiting an hour in […]

What is the best country to visit for the first time abroad? Americans new to traveling to foreign countries should consider a few factors before making plans to embark across the pond. Countries that are easy to visit will make a first journey run smoothly even if a novice traveler. Particular considerations for solo tourists […]

Research for travel planning is tedious and, frankly, pretty time-consuming. Many tourist find Google searches of their upcoming adventures fun and a great way to remain excited about their upcoming trip. I am not one of those people. I find planning, in all forms, boring. In most cases, all of my planning seem to bite […]

What to Know About Traveling Alone I made it my mission to travel abroad solo before I turned 30 years old. England was an easy choice based on the language alone, although plenty of other countries speak enough English for an American tourist to function. I also had a friend living an hour or so […]

“What do I need to be a travel writer?” is a question I’ve been asking myself more pointedly in the last few months. With an overwhelming number of travel blogs and travelgrams, seemingly with thousands of wanderlusts making money visiting the world, I wanted to know how it’s done. How do people make money from […]

Travel requires energy, resources, and focus, each of which depends on where and how far you journey. At a bare minimum, you need a destination, a way to get there, and a method to maintain your existence there. Where should I go in Europe? Choosing a destination requires researching how you are allowed in and […]