Most travelers used to bring along guidebooks about each place they were exploring when seeing and touring the world, but now you can acquire all the essential information you want in the palm of your hand. In fact, there’s an app for almost everything nowadays and many of them are built to make traveling more convenient and super fun.
Amsterdam is one of the rare European capitals where you can have a relaxed vacation. The rich history and specific geographic disposition make Amsterdam unique in its own way. Whether you take a ride with an Amsterdam taxi or explore the city by bicycle, you can’t miss the beautiful, narrow houses by the canals which have interesting stories to tell.
The National Park Service is celebrating its centennial year in 2016, so there’s never been a better time to get out there and find your park. With so many amazing places to choose from (there are over 400 national parks across the country!), how will you decide on your next national park v
Do you like adventure? Do you yearn for the freedom of the open road? Going wherever you want, whenever you want? Do you want to travel without relying on hotels and hostels? In either case this guide could be for you. It gives you the basics for how you can live in your van: including sleeping, staying warm, cooking and keeping clean.
Fast Cover scoured the Internet for the travel hacks, tips and tricks that can help make your holiday simpler and save you money. They analyzed over 500 travel articles to find some of the most widely shared, useful tips for travelers. These up-to-date hacks show you simple ways you can improve your traveling experience and save money at each stage of your trip, from booking your flights to the moment you return home.
Here’s an infographic that compares the rates in 22 major cities in the US, Canada and Europe, as well as Australia. Some surprising findings include, in Paris, Berlin and Madrid, hotels are almost double the price of Airbnbs, in Barcelona, Airbnbs are 81% more expensive than hotels, and in the US, cities like Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles and Seattle have much lower rates on Airbnb ($80 cheaper in some cases) but in the south, hotels are actually less expensive on average.
Road trips have a special place in movie history. The showing of an actual journey on the big screen often giving shape to the characters’ development throughout the film. Although the actors themselves will not travel on these routes during filming, it’s possible to piece together the routes their characters would have taken during the story.
While many Americans have heard of the famous Great Barrier Reef in Australia, few know that the third longest coral reef in the world is located just off the coast of Florida. Running past the Florida Keys, the Florida Reef is a treasure trove of marine life and history. Learn more about it in this infographic.
While we love the thrilling, wonderful stories that our favorite characters are a part of, it is undeniable that many of them truly deserve a vacation. After all, exorcising demons, cracking convoluted cases, and struggling to survive the zombie apocalypse can be extremely draining. This fun and simple infographic selects dream destinations for 20 iconic characters based on quotes they have said.
London is an amazing city to visit but can be expensive and very busy as well. Here is a useful infographic by LA Stretch Limos for people traveling to London with the kiddos in tow.