Tag: Travel Tips

Is European Travel in Your Future?

So maybe you’ve noticed, cheap round-trip flights to Europe ($400 to less than $600) have been in abundance lately. We’ve seen quite a few nonstop and one-stop flights to Amsterdam, Paris, Zurich, Munich and a few other European destinations. If you have European vacation dreams and at least a sparkling water budget – you’ll need

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Top Budget-Friendly Travel Destinations from the U.S.

Are you having a severe case of FOMO (fear of missing out) watching everybody on their summer vacations? Do you feel like you can’t afford to take a trip right now? Well, then this blog is for you. Truth is, vacations can get a bit pricey, but it doesn’t have to be that way. If

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Essential Tips for Island-Hopping in Greece

We’ve already talked about how amazing Greece was, but we also wanted to offer a bit of insight in the form of traveler’s tips. I mean we are 2 Girls Who Travel, so don’t worry – WE GOT YOU! What we decided to tackle in this blog is the fine art of island-hopping – essentially

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Travel Tip: Why Strangers Shouldn’t Take Your Picture

Let me describe a scenario for you: you’re vacationing in a city filled with massive buildings that are unique in shape and color. The city is well-known for its architecture, which is a large reason for its tourist appeal. You’re traveling solo and trying to take photos of all that you see. But you realize

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4 Tips for Solo Travelers

The freedom to travel is one of the greatest things we’re able to do, and while girls’ trips, couples getaways and family vacations are all wonderful ways to travel, sometimes individuals prefer the option of traveling alone. Some would even argue that solo travel is the best way to explore the world, because you only

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2 Girls Who Travel’s Carry-On Essentials

When traveling, what you pack in your carry-on bags (luggage that you’re allowed to carry on the plane and place in storage compartments on the plane) is pretty important. Essentially, it’s items that you’d like to have nearby, should you need them on the plane or before you can get to baggage claim. We decided

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