Posts tagged Travel in europe
Cheapest Cities in Europe to Visit: 5 Destinations for the Budget Traveler

With cities like Paris, London, and Barcelona many people believe that it’s nearly impossible to travel to Europe without breaking the bank. However, if you think outside the box and travel to some lesser-known locations you can surely enjoy an inexpensive European holiday without losing the culture and charm that the more popular cities are known for.Check this list below to find some of the cheapest cities in Europe which are perfect for budget travelers! 

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6 Essential Lessons Every Traveler Will Learn On The Road

With great journeys come great life lessons. I’ve made the world my playground and my wanderlust has become my Northern Star. Traveling has gifted me with some of the most important life lessons I’ve ever learned—lessons I could never have learned in a classroom. I’m now able to view cultures from the inside out with an unbiased lens rather than the outside looking in. Today, I’d like to share 6 of these life lessons with you. 

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10 Types of Travelers You're Bound to Meet When You Jetset the World

Travelers come in different shapes and sizes. We travel for very different reasons to entirely different parts of the world. But if you travel enough, you’ll realize there are a few categories that most travelers fit into, at least in part. Here’s my take on some of the types of travelers you’ll meet while you’re out experiencing the world.

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3 Ways Traveling the World Will Help You Find Your Tribe

When one chooses to travel they make a statement. They proclaim proudly that they’re hungry for life experiences, interested in expanding their horizons, and crave adventure. Traveling says more about a person than whichever sports jersey they rock, zip code they reside in, or even language that they speak! Here's how to find your tribe while traveling!

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5 Ideas For Your Next Baecation

Romance! It means something completely different depending on who you ask! While some couples prefer the “traditional” romantic gestures such as flowers, and chocolate, other couples lean more towards the “functional” romance… you know, when your partner cooks dinner and takes care of the clean-up too? Swoon! 

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Less Is More: The Truth About Friendships While Traveling The World

For the past year, I stood (not so idly) by and lived a roller coaster of a first year abroad. I didn’t miss my hometown of Montreal much, not for a lack of meaningful relationships and love for the city I call home, but because I was busy living. Now that my time teaching in mainland China is up, I’ve taken some time to reflect. I’m excited to go home, but not without apprehension. “What’s there to be concerned about, KB?” Short answer? Friendships are at times a casualty of travel.

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10 Things To Know About Muslim Travelers

Traveling is an activity that everyone wishes to experience at least once in their lifetime.  However the way one travels depends on a variety of values. There are different types of travelers. One of these types is the Muslim Traveler. Here are some few tips to know about us.

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3 Reasons You Should Book an Airbnb on Your Next Adventure

By now you've probably heard about Airbnb (short for air bed and breakfast) and the way it connects travelers to unique accommodations around the world. Imagine booking that beach bungalow you've always dreamed of, a studio right in the middle of all the action in your favorite city, or even an igloo in the Arctic. While this sounds a little farfetched with traditional lodging, it's completely possible thanks to Airbnb where you can rent an entire home, private home, or a shared room from local hosts in over 190 countries. It has made its mark on the world, forever changing the way we travel. 

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