Planning a trip is really one of the most fun things to do. In this post, I give you the best tips for planning the perfect trip
Hotels are often a big part of your travel budget. But with these tips, you can hopefully still find cheap hotels.
Flights can often be very expensive, but nothing is more fun than being able to score cheap tickets. Here are some tips
Do you also have that one dream trip you ever want to take? But how can you save for this ultimate dream trip? Then read on for some tips.
Hand luggage size and weight can vary between airlines. Here you find an overview of how much you can take and what.
Useful websites to plan your trip
With Skyscanner you also get an overview of all possible connections and airlines. But I think the best feature is that you can enter ‘everywhere’ as a destination. Very useful if you do have a certain period in which you want to travel, but the destination does not matter.
Tickets and excursions
Tripadvisor is my go-to website to find out what to do. We also always use Tripadvisor to find restaurants.
Via Tiqets you can buy tickets in advance for the main attractions in many cities. That way you don’t have to queue anymore.
I don’t just use Google maps when planning trips. You can also save maps in advance so that you can use them offline.
With the Thalys, TGV or Eurostar you are in the middle of different (capital) cities all over Europe. Easy, fast and comfortable travel by train.
To write out the travel planning, I use OneNote. This is useful because it is standard with Microsoft and you can work with several persons in documents. Handy if you are planning a trip with others.
Pinterest is the first thing I use when looking for travel inspiration. You can find everything here: from road trip tips to restaurant tips and guides on what to pack.
Other blogs are also a great source of inspiration.
Over the years I have read many great books about travel. Either they were set in a particular country or they were about traveling and exploring for yourself. Below are my favorite books.
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