Find out where you should travel based on your favorite F.R.I.EN.D.S character! Are you Type A like Monica, or a shopaholic like Rachel? There’s a destination for everyone!
Porto is where Portugal offers its best food, wine, architecture, and sunsets without being overrun by tourists. If this sounds like your cup of tea, then follow along on this Porto City Guide on how to spend the perfect slow weekend in Porto.
Travel planning can seem daunting at first. But over many years of planning trips for my family, I’ve found the best processes and methods to plan a trip efficiently. Follow along on my ultimate 8-step guide and learn how to plan a trip like a–dare I say–*gasp* professional travel agent! Plus, grab your FREE printable travel planning guide!
There is so much to do in New York City, that you often feel like there must be something you’re missing out. Here in my non-FOMO (Fear of Missing Out) guide to New York City, you’ll find out what you absolutely have to do in just 4 days, and have absolutely no FOMO! #winning.
When I visited Seville last year, little did I know that I would be falling in love with this charming city for everything and more–from its breathtaking sunsets to its stunning monuments, new and old. Follow me on my itinerary as I seek out the top things to do in Seville in 2 days!
Ho Chi Minh City, a city steeped in history and culture, with a good mix of hipster bars and cafes which is what makes Ho Chi Minh City so unique. It’s a great weekend trip with plenty of sights to see (and food to taste!). So here’s a quick guide on what to see, do and eat while in Ho Chi Minh City!
For 10 days–which I personally felt wasn’t long enough–we drove through some of the most picturesque landscapes we have ever laid our eyes on. So, let me share what I did wrong, where I went, what I ate, where we stayed, and what we did in this New Zealand South Island Roadtrip Itinerary!