As much as I love staying in hostels, there is something nice about the luxuriousness of a hotel. They are clean and quiet and feature comfy beds, strong showers, and lots of soap I can take for later. The downside is they are expensive. Wondering how to find the best deals? I’ve got you covered.
Travel savviness is a process born of missed buses, foolish behavior, cultural unawareness, and countless tiny errors. eventually, after many lessons learned, you begin to seamlessly move through airports and integrate yourself into new cultures like a fish to water. Use these tips to become a savvier traveler and to avoid all the mistakes that I made!
Introducing the new Nomadic Matt’s Guide to Iceland…and lots of other exciting updates, too!
Even with the falling euro, traveling around Europe can still be fairly expensive. However, weaker currencies, the rise of the sharing economy, new bus options, and lots of new budget airlines make getting around Europe quite affordable. Here are 7 ways to criss-cross the continent without breaking the budget.
Good hostels can be hard to come by but with this advice on what to look for, you’ll be sure to stay in a place where you can be comfortable and make lots of friends.
When you’re staying in hostels, you’re staying in a shared space. It’s best to be considerate because nobody likes a rude traveler. In this post, I give you 8 guidelines for being a good hosteler so that you’re remembered by other travelers as a cool person (and not that jerk who woke other people up).
I received thousands of submissions for my round the world contest, and I enjoyed reading every single one of them. Unfortunately, there can only be one winner. Today, I’m very excited to announce the official winner of the round the world contest! The journey begins next month.
Getting scammed while traveling happens more often than you think! Unfortunately, there are some people out there who want to take advantage of you not being familiar with your surroundings. But a healthy dose of suspicion goes a long way in avoiding scams. Here’s how to identify common scams.
Everyone resolves to travel more in the new year but few make it happen. Here’s how I’m going to personally help you keep your resolution this year!
There are so many trip planning resources out there: the Google Trips app; 100,000+ blogs; countless forums, communities, and sharing-economy websites; and everything in between. In that sea of endless information, here’s how to find what is accurate and trustworthy.
There are incredible travel deals happening all the time. In this post, I share with you where I go to get the best flight, hotel, tour deals when I’m looking to travel – and the one site that you should never ever use when you are planning a trip!
We need your help! We’re undertaking a big update to the 200+ free travel guides on this site, as many are sorely in need of revising and expanding. I strive to make these as comprehensive as possible to help as many people as possible to travel better, cheaper, and longer and I can only do it with your help!