Travel shows are a great way to find inspiration for your next trip, learn about a dream destination and even bag yourself a fantastic deal. It’s that time of year again and Destinations: The Holiday & Travel Show is just around the corner.
Travel can be expensive. Keeping costs down on the road can make a huge difference to your bank balance and even prolong your trip! Here are my favourite tips and practical ways to save money while travelling regardless of your budget!
Travelling alone can seem scary and overwhelming. While many would like to try it, going on that first solo trip can be a daunting experience – what happens when you get lost or start feeling lonely? Yet, solo travel is one of the most rewarding ways to see the world.
There are plenty of reasons to visit Yellowstone National Park. As well as being the first National Park in the world (designated in 1872), it’s a place of simply outstanding natural beauty. From geysers and waterfalls to forests and lakes, Yellowstone is bursting with things to do and see.
Everyone makes mistakes when they travel. It’s an unavoidable part of the experience. We put ourselves in unfamiliar places and situations so we are bound to get things wrong from time to time. So I’ve decided to put together a list of travel mistakes that I’ve been guilty of myself and some useful ways to avoid them.
The Chicago Lakefront Trail is a paradise for active people. Popular with cyclists and joggers, the 18-mile course runs alongside the shores of Lake Michigan and is a fantastic way to experience some of the Windy City’s highlights. I cycled it on my recent trip (twice, no less!) and here’s why it’s a must-do on any Chicago itinerary!
You can’t walk very far in Chicago without seeing someone sporting the iconic Cubs logo. The team’s passionate fans are still celebrating the 2016 World Series win which helped the team’s popularity soar even more. Prior to that, the team’s championship drought stood at 108 years and was the longest in professional sports.
Chicago has always been close to my heart. Ever since I was a kid, I wanted to visit the city that I loved because of my sporting heroes – the Chicago Bulls. I finally got the opportunity a couple of years back and got a taste for The Windy City.
My second hike in Peneda-Gerês National Park started and finished in a small village of São Bento. The trail led me up to a lookout point high above the valley and offered some amazing views. It didn’t go as smoothly as the as the PR3 hike I did the previous day yet it was still an awesome experience.
Hiking in Peneda-Gerês National Park was high on my list of things to do in Portugal. Even though I only had less than two days to explore the park, I discovered an area of stunning natural beauty and managed to fit in a couple of hikes as well as explore a pretty town of Gerês.