1. Travel in an optimal time frame – on the border of the low and high seasons Each destination has its high and low seasons. Also there are major holidays like Easter or events like a European Football Championship, which may increase flight prices significantly. If you’re flexible on the dates, then do the following research: Use a metasearch website such as Skyscanner with a nice low fare calendar and long term statistics on flight prices. You can find the lowest priced month to travel…Continue Reading “The Ultimate Guide On Getting the Cheapest Airline Tickets”
What is VPN? A VPN(Virtual Private Network) can be used to secure a connection or to hide your real IP address. In practice VPN is often used to get a virtual IP address and access a website anonymously as though from another country. This workaround enables people to access websites which are banned in a given country, like Facebook in China. Is it legal to use VPN for flight searching and booking? Yes. There is no regulation or any kind of responsibility for using VPN when…Continue Reading “How to Use VPN to Save Over 10% on Flight Tickets”
You’ve planned everything, packed all your luggage, left your dog with Dad and you’ll be going to the airport in a few hours.
But still your inner voice asks: “what if something goes wrong? What am I going to do?”. Perhaps it would be reckless not to worry just a little.Continue Reading "Very Basic Ways to Be Prepared for a Long Travel"
Any keen traveler will have a number of packing lifehacks up their sleeve to make preparing for their latest holiday trip much easier. For many people, however, packing a backpack/suitcase is both the simplest and the hardest part of a trip, because you have to follow strict rules to make it a success.|
For example, every country has its own luggage regulations, so you could end up having to part with some of your essentials if they don’t fit the airport’s criteria. No-one wants to be left hungry and helpless because of a packing fail. Do not worry, we won’t let this happen to you.Continue Reading "Top 5 Basic Packing Tips For Solo Travelers"
After a long day of tourism in Barcelona, it’s nice to retreat to the comforts of a cosy coffee shop. The city has a great coffee culture, but you need to know the right places. We’ve put together a list of 5 of our favorite coffee shops with Wi-Fi, stylish interiors and a nice crowd.Continue Reading "5 Coffee Shops in Barcelona with Wi-Fi, Hipster Vibes and Creamy Coffee"