Discovering Europe’s Hidden Gems: These Cities are Best in Spring

Fabian Obrist

This spring, explore some of Europe’s most captivating land-locked cities, each brimming with culture, history, and beauty. Our suggested tour starts in Paris, then leads you through Berlin, Prague, Vienna, and concludes in Belgrade. We included some sightseeing tips, as well as safety information. Paris, France:  Begin your European escapade in the romantic city of […]

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This Month of Love: ​​Staycation and Making the Most of Local Travel with Family

Fabian Obrist

If you have a family, Valentine’s Day for just you two may not be possible. Luckily, discovering the joys of travel doesn’t always mean venturing far from home. Sometimes, the most memorable adventures can be found right in your backyard!  ‘Staycations’ offer a wonderful opportunity to explore local attractions and enjoy quality family time. This […]

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Tips for a Safe and Comfortable European Adventure

Tamina Cera

Embarking on a European adventure is a dream for many. It intertwines the allure of history, culture, and natural beauty. This enchanting continent, with its diverse landscapes and rich tapestries of life, invites travelers of all ages to explore its wonders. We would like to focus on those slightly older travelers to ensure your trip […]

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The Digital Nomad’s Camping Guide

Tamina Cera

In today’s digital age, the boundaries between work and leisure have been redrawn, giving birth to the digital nomad lifestyle. Gone are the days when one was tied to a desk—now, with the right tools and mindset, the great outdoors can become your office. Imagine sending emails with the soothing backdrop of a flowing river […]

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The History of Camping: From Surviving to Glamping pt 2

Tamina Cera

We’re back with a part 2!  In the previous blog, we covered the history of camping from its origins and ancient civilization up until camping as recreation. Let’s continue our journey with… Modern Camping Trends  The Rise of National Parks and Campgrounds The establishment of national parks marked another watershed moment in the evolution of […]

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The History of Camping: From Surviving to Glamping pt 1

Tamina Cera

  In this blog, let us take you through the history of camping. From prehistoric times to the newest trend of glamping, we will cover millennia. Buckle up, my adventurous friend, as we embark on a journey through time and tents. The Origins of Camping Early Humans and the Nomadic Lifestyle Our ancestors may not […]

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Traveling with a Dog? Here’s How to Make it a Smooth Experience

Tamina Cera

a man and a dog traveling by a train

Whether you’re going away for a weekend, or plan a longer trip, including your doggo can be a fun, bonding experience. But traveling with a dog comes with its own set of challenges. Their comfort, needs, and health should be a priority, without compromising your own. In this blog, we will share some practical solutions […]

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How to Avoid Some of the Most Common Travel Disasters

Alan Morrison

how to avoid some of the most common travel disasters

You’ve packed your guidebooks, your spare underwear, and even invested in a good pair of headphones to keep you entertained on the flight, but are you sure that you’re prepared for the most common untimely disasters that might ruin your perfectly-planned trip? You won’t be able to sidestep every unfortunate eventuality, but there are a few ways that you can avoid some of the most common travel disasters if you know how to plan in advance. Bookmark this page, or make a note for your next journey, and be sure that you’re well-prepared for a great trip. Disaster 1: Having

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What is RFID? And Why Should You Be Blocking It?

Fabian Obrist

What is RFID technology? RFID, otherwise known as Radio Frequency Identification devices, utilizes tiny microchips that store sensitive personal and financial information. Usually, these chips are stored within your passports, debit cards, credit cards, professional identification, and even some drivers license for the sake of convenience. In fact, some studies indicate that there are hundreds of millions of active RFID chips across the world today. While these chips can be extremely useful, by ensuring that you never again have to enter a pin number or spend time swiping your card when you’re in a hurry, they also come with a

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Why You Should Always Use RFID Protected Money Belts

Alan Morrison

When you’re travelling, there’ll always be one kind of person who loves your favorite jeans even more than you do: the pickpocket. Those sleek back pockets are often barely big enough to contain your phone, credit cards, and cash, and they’re out of your eye-line, making them easy to snatch from. While the inside pocket of your jacket can offer a good place to hide valuables, they also require you to keep your layers on and fastened at all times – not an ideal option for people traveling to exotic countries. So what can you do to keep your money

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