Tag: travel tips

  • Things to know when visiting Nice

    Things to know when visiting Nice

    Some important things to know when visiting Nice can make or break your stay. Here are some tips.

  • Live like you travel

    Live like you travel

    With rampant inflation, it’s difficult to travel as luxuriously or as often as we might want. But we can always make the best out of staying home by being more judicious about how we spend our free time. One way to do this is by living more like we travel – incorporating novelty and excitement…

  • Miles vs. cash rewards: When loyalty doesn’t pay

    Miles vs. cash rewards: When loyalty doesn’t pay

    It’s very trendy in the travel industry to earn travel rewards by joining every possible loyalty program and using credit cards with mileage rewards. Websites like the Points Guy base their whole brand around this concept. Airlines and hotels know this and offer their own loyalty programs providing discounts and miles or points that can…

  • Guide to Amsterdam’s Johan Cruyff Arena

    Guide to Amsterdam’s Johan Cruyff Arena

    The largest stadium in the Netherlands, the Johan Cruyff Arena, boasts a seated capacity of over 55,000, making it one of the premier venues for major sporting and musical events in the country and in Europe as a whole. Whether you’re in town for a UEFA Euro match or to see an international superstar in…

  • Guide to shopping in Japan

    Guide to shopping in Japan

    Japan is one of the best destinations to enjoy world-class shopping. They’re known for their incredible selection of the latest electronics and anime collectibles, but you can find high-quality souvenirs ranging from shoes to kitchenware. Best of all, if you’re a foreigner, you can enjoy tax-free shopping in both large retailers and small boutiques all…

  • LGBT-friendly travel: The best cities in the world to be queer

    LGBT-friendly travel: The best cities in the world to be queer

    There are a lot of countries around the world where being gay is widely accepted. But there are only some cities that feel like a year-round pride parade. These cities are progressive, fun, and great for couples or singles looking to immerse themselves in the local gay culture. Here are the best destinations for LGBT-friendly…