Fun Things To Do In Quebec City

Quebec City is the go-to place for families, couples, and singles. To get the most out of your trip, you will need to create an itinerary, and that’s part of the fun when planning your trip! Fortunately, Quebec City is home to some of the most spectacular landmarks and tourist destinations. So, finding something for every member of your group to enjoy will be a breeze with a little research.

Travelling Malaysia on a Budget: What the Experts Say

Malaysia is one of those travel destinations that ranks high on the top preferences of the vast majority of travel enthusiasts. And luckily, for visiting this amazing destination, you don’t particularly need plenty of money. You just need some imagination to stretch the budget that you have. Some of the tips below will truly turn your incursion into a budget-friendly one, if you don’t mind some slight minor inconveniences.

First-time traveler in India? What you need for a perfect trip

Do you enjoy visiting exotic countries? Then India is one place you cannot miss. The colorful nature, the diverse people, and lively atmosphere will make you fall in love with what you find there in an instant. Many tourists are scared to visit India because of the rawness and wildness of the country, but if you choose the destination wisely, you have absolutely nothing to worry about. Visiting India is one experience you won’t be able to forget any sooner. India impresses mostly through culture and food. Indian cuisine is famous all around the world, so if you are a fan of eccentric dishes, this is the place for you. More than that, the varied cultures and the strong faith of people will make you feel like you visit a sacred sanctuary. Genuine experiences can be felt only in the middle of the locals.

5 Hidden Gems near Popular Destinations

The world is full of fascinating places, some well-known, some overrun with tourists and others rarely explored. Like you, I am always up for a challenge and thrive in getting out of my comfort zone. So here follows a handpicked selection of towns, cities and regions from around the globe that are ideal for day trips or as alternatives to their more famous neighbors.

How to Travel for Longer for Less

Flights may have dropped in price, hostels are still relatively cheap, food is a bit more manageable but long trips abroad can still work out to be expensive when you start adding things up. Here are a few ideas to consider which might help you keep your costs down as much as possible.

How to Enjoy a Solo Adventure in Brussels

Brussels, Belgium is truly a one-of-a-kind place with a flair of its own. Its architecture ranges from Gothic to modern, its citizens are from all over the world, and it’s jam-packed with everything from cafes to museums to pubs in every direction. A genuine melting pot in every sense of the word, the capital city of Brussels is a prime travel destination – even if you’re traveling alone!

Festive Fall Days: A Tour of Festivities, History, and Seasonal Fun in Massachusetts

As the cool air of fall cuts into the fading warmth of summer, it’s time to enjoy all that comes with the season.  October approaches, and with it comes opportunity for leaf peeping, apple picking, festive fairs, and more – and what better place to do it than in the New England towns of Massachusetts?  Enjoy autumn in an area riddled with history and folklore for a trip of festive fall days in Salem, Boston, & Concord. 

Chicago For Kids

The first stop on our summer road trip was Chicago, and it didn’t disappoint. Since we were traveling with our three year old daughter, we wanted to make sure that we provided plenty of entertainment for her instead of just dragging her around to the major sights that most grown-ups would want to visit.

South Australia: The Epicurean Way

South Australia has developed The Epicurean Way, a great food and wine touring route that links together four iconic wine regions of McLaren Vale, Adelaide Hills, Barossa and Clare Valley. Enjoy sumptuous produce and a superb array of wines set against a backdrop of spectacular scenery as you make your way around the route.

Burgundy by Barge: The Right Way to Wine

You’ve decided to take a holiday in France, in the region of Burgundy to be exact. It is a land known for its rich history, quaint villages, castles, churches, lakes and forests, and rolling hillsides swathed in vineyards. Burgundy is probably most famous for its wines of the same name, though the countryside of east-central France has that and more to occupy many fulfilling adventures.