Where to Stay in Quebec City When You Visit (Updated 2023)

Posted: 11/28/2023 | November 28th, 2023 Quebec City is one of the most beautiful cities in Canada. Often overlooked in favor of bigger and more internationally well-known destinations like Toronto, Montreal, and Vancouver, this is where European explorers (including Jacques Cartier and Samuel de Champlain) first arrived in the 16th and 17th centuries. Today, Quebec…

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The Best Walking Tours in Milan (Updated 2023)

Posted: 11/28/2023 | November 28th, 2023 Milan is one of the design and fashion capitals of the world. But it has more to offer than just luxe fashion and vintage clothing markets. An influential city during the Italian Renaissance (and currently the second-largest in Italy), Milan is home to a stunning cathedral (that took over…

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UK in December

8 Best Places to Visit in UK in December

Even though the kind of winter you will experience is unpredictable, you can still plan your own wintry adventure in the UK with the help of this seasonally themed list. Consider a trip to an island off the coast of Skye, take a leisurely stroll along the Norfolk broads, winter staycation in honey-colored cottages in…

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25 Tips for Flying with a Baby (Updated 2023)

Posted: 11/28/2023 A lot of people think that once you have a baby you have to stop traveling. Fortunately, that’s far from the truth. In this guest post, Kristin Addis from Be My Travel Muse and Parenthood Adventures shares her tips for flying with a baby so you can travel with confidence the next time…

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Places To Visit From The Best Christmas Movies Of All Time

When it comes to re-living the spirit of Christmas that we were so excited by in our childhoods, nothing can do that better than our favorite Christmas movies as kids. Empathizing with the scary Grinch, learning about the beauty of the spirit of this festival from It’s A Wonderful Life, and having our hearts stolen…

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Beginners Guide To Skiing Holidays

Hit the slopes with confidence this season! In this jam-packed article we share insider info from ski and fitness experts about how to get fit ahead of your ski holiday, what to do to avoid injury on the slopes – and what to do if you do get injured on holiday – plus what to…

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Wintersports Destination Ideas for 2023

Whether you want to take to skis or a snowboard, or maybe go cross-country on a snow mobile or even by sled – we’ve picked some delectable destinations for the coming season!  Image by ArtTower CC0 Skiing and snowboarding Where: Whistler, Canada When: November through to April (this is when the slopes are at their…

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Where Families are Traveling this Festive Season

December is a magical time of the year when families across the United States come together to celebrate the joyous holiday season. Christmas, in particular, provides an opportunity for families to embark on memorable trips and create cherished memories. While this year presents unique challenges due to the ongoing pandemic, families are still finding ways…

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Old Town Square Christmas Market

Prague Christmas markets 2023: All you need to know

From Republic Square (Náměstí Republiky), Tylovo náměstí, Jiřího z Poděbrad, Old Town Square, and many more – explore the festive atmosphere of Prague Christmas Markets 2023, one of the most popular holiday attractions in the Czech Republic. The smell of cinnamon, mulled wine, potpourri, roasted chestnuts, mead, and grilled pork with potatoes permeates Prague’s cobblestone…

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Where to Stay in Budapest (Updated 2023)

Posted: 10/29/2023 | October 29th, 2023 Budapest is one of the most fun — and most underrated — cities in Europe. While it’s become more popular in recent years, it still sees only a fraction of tourists compared to London or Paris (about 80% fewer, to be exact). Popular with backpackers who come to enjoy…

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Best Credit Cards for Students Who Travel (Updated 2023)

Posted: 10/29/2023 | October 29th, 2023 While I didn’t take my first international trip until after I graduated college (I went to Costa Rica when I was 23), being a college student doesn’t mean you have to skip out on travel. From studying abroad to gap years to spring break trips, there are a lot…

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18 Amazing Work from Home Gifts (Updated 2023)

Last Updated: 10/30/2023 | October 30th, 2023 The pandemic has made working from home a permanent fixture of our lives. What once just techies and bloggers did, now accountants and all kinds of office workers do. Not only is it cheaper for businesses but it means more flexibility, time with family, and less commuting. I…

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