Montenegro holds a unique position among the Mediterranean countries. It’s small yet extremely rich in sights and natural drama – and very affordable to travel around at that. Public transport is relatively good, yet the best way to explore this compact country is with a rental car so that you can drive. In this post, Here are some great road trip itineraries for Montenegro.
Melissa from The Family Voyage discusses the most common questions received after traveling as a family for two years. Here are some creative money-saving strategies beyond playing the basics.
Yes indeed, there is a lot to see in Vienna, and this three-day Vienna itinerary will help you make the most of your time in the city.
Nestled away between Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia and China, it’s easy to forget about little Laos. But South East Asia’s underrated gem captured my heart when I visited earlier this year. For a country with less than 7 million people, it certainly has a lot to offer.
A trip to North America is a dream come true for anyone who loves nature and the big outdoors. And it was the beginning of the greatest journey I was about to experience with my wife. We had planned this trip for almost a year before we finally felt like we were ready. We thought we had covered every destination we planned to visit and listed every campground we planned to spend our nights in.
One of my favorite areas in Spain is Andalusia, which is full of amazing National Parks and lovely little villages. You could easily spend weeks exploring this beautiful region, but if you have less time, this 3-day road trip itinerary will guide you through several of Andalusia’s highlights.
As far as mountain escapes go, the Blue Ridge Mountains are hard to beat. Foothills rolling green and blanketed in vineyards, scenic overlooks boasting views of majestic ridges and morning mist, and country roads golden with speckled sunlight – that’s a painting of Shenandoah, Virginia. This weekend itinerary will help you decide where to go and what to see, and is based on a recent trip of mine through the region.
Solo travel is an enriching experience that everyone should consider at some point in life. Sure, traveling with a partner or a group of friends can provide wonderful memories, but they can also become a distraction. With the freedom to decide how you want to spend your time and budget, solo travel can allow you to focus less on others and more on the exciting culture, sights and scenery of your destination.
Florida: the land of Disney World and beaches, right? The Sunshine State; however, has plenty more to offer, and it goes beyond oranges, palm trees, golf courses, and swamplands. Here is the ultimate southern Florida itinerary which covers everything from the Keys to the beaches to Orlando.
Recently, I spent several months living as a foreigner in France. More specifically, in Lyon. As a Brit, I didn’t initially have that great an impression of France. Living there, I found this to be totally wrong. As a student of French, studying at a university while I was out there, I quickly found that, if you make an effort to speak French, the locals will instantly respond better to you, even if you only speak a few words.