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12 Ways to Combat the Solo Traveler Blues

Solo traveling is incredibly rewarding, but even the most independent travelers get broad-sided with loneliness at times. Denise Esser shares 12 tips on combating the lone traveler blues to help ensure that your solo journey will be an unforgettable experience. read more

Traveller Article of the Day

Independent Travel Tips for Tokyo

Japan isn’t nearly as expensive as it used to be. Despite the lower prices, it can still be quite confusing and enigmatic. Everything is the same but different - which is also part of what makes Tokyo such a fun and interesting place to visit. read more

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Bike Tours in Barcelona

One of the best ways to see the sprawling city of Barcelona is on two wheels. Unlike most major Spanish cities, attractions in Barcelona are scattered all over the city and commuting from one place to another requires time. Instead of taking the metro or bus, bike tours in Barcelona give you a chance to explore the city thoroughly without wasting time and money. Barcelona tours by bike are very popular these days, especially with young, active travelers. There are also several parks all over the city, easily reached on bicycles. What’s best about a bike tour [...] read more

Vacation Rentals in France

In addition to hotels, hostels, bed and breakfasts and self-catering accommodations like gites, vacation rentals in France are available for almost any budget and group size. In fact, for larger groups or family vacations, renting an entire home or villa may be the way to go - particularly if you are looking for fun in more remote areas or along the Mediterranean shoreline. You may have to do a bit more work to find just the right vacation rental, but it can truly make even a weeklong holiday feel like a month of Sundays. Here are [...] read more

Christmas Gift Ideas for the Spain Fan

With the Christmas festive season quickly approaching, it’s time to sit down and think about what gifts you’ll be buying for your friends and family back home. Christmas in Spain involves massive celebrations, days of feasting and partying. But as a religious Catholic country, Spain isn’t huge on the entire Christmas Santa Claus idea; gift exchange doesn’t usually take place until the 6th January, the Three Kings’ Day (Los Reyes Magos). For friends who are Spain fans, you might like to surprise them with a gift on the 6th January, adhering to the Spanish Christmas tradition. In preparation for [...] read more

Travel Quote of the Day

Inaction breeds doubt and fear. Action breeds confidence and courage. If you want to conquer fear, do not sit home and think about it. Go out and get busy.

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