Finding great travel freebies helps your travel budget and you travel farther, longer and more often. Travel money saved is travel money to spend elsewhere!
Solo travel can make you younger. Here’s new research and the many ways solo travel is an age-defying way to see the world.
Yes there is such a thing as Paris on a budget. Here are 32 free and low-cost tips that will help you save money in Paris while seeing the highlights and enjoying the local scene.
Accommodation is a major travel expense – especially for the solo traveler. Here are a few choice lodging alternatives you’ll want to consider.
Fun, relaxing, historic Glasgow. Here’s how to enjoy one day in Glasgow as a solo traveler and really get into the place.
Here’s how to find the right travel rewards credit card for you – balancing bonuses with travel style with lifestyle.
Too often we consider fear and anger as negative emotions. Here’s a positive spin on them that is important for solo travelers.
What are the best destinations for solo travelers? I’m asked this all the time. Here’s my answer.
London is an expensive city. But it can be affordable. Here are 32 budget London tips with free and low-cost things to do, places to eat and stay.
Being a “good” traveler will help you get the most out of your travels. Here are 15 ideas to consider on the subject.
Quebec City in February. Here’s a taste of the famous Carnival and my best advice for cold weather packing.
Where to go. When to go. How to go. All of this is wrapped up in these three steps to solo travel on a tight budget.
Solo travelers can enjoy hiking too. Here are nine safe and easy hiking destinations that I’ve enjoyed with an overview of what’s special about each.
Going to a French language school in Quebec City was fun, anxiety filled, social and productive. Solo is the only way to go and learn a language.
Lots of tips on how to manage your money, keep your cash and cards safe and avoid ATM and foreign exchange fees as you travel.
Last minute jitters about solo travel? Here are 10 ways to find solo travel confidence when you feel it waning.
Here are winning and losing destinations based on currency trends PLUS 5 top tips you need to know for saving as you exchange your money.
After decades of travel and flying I’ve found a number of ways to make flying easy – or perhaps, easier. These are especially helpful for a solo traveler.
I’m not typically a museum goer but I think that this museum should be on everyone’s itinerary at least once in her or his life.
More for less. That’s what everyone wants. Whether your travel budget allows luxury or not, here are 32 ways to stretch your travel dollar.