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Whether you’re an expat navigating business in a new country, a digital nomad managing from the road, or a small business owner in the travel industry at home, when your business simply isn’t performing in the way you want it to, it can be a source of real frustration.
Maybe you’ve been putting in the hours but things just haven’t been working out recently. It certainly isn’t a unique situation and you’re not the first small business owner to experience this.
But there are things you can do to turn things around and a kickstart your stalling business. Read on and find out how.
Winter is the perfect time to visit the grand cities and picturesque villages of Europe. From Hygge and café culture to winter wonderlands and festive markets, the continent offers up a truly magical choice of activities and destinations. Plus, with accommodation and flights generally being less expensive from November to February, your dream trip will be easy on your wallet too.
Away from the seasonal market rush, most major European cities are remarkably crowd-free in the winter season, making it an ideal time to travel if it’s your first time in the destination. More experienced travellers, meanwhile, will discover a cosier side to bustling cities and metropolises.
Whether you’re planning a last-minute trip for this winter or are already planning ahead to next year, check out one of the following destinations for an unforgettable winter getaway.
The travel scene has changed enormously over the years and decades; at one time, it was all about package holidays and timeshares, then it was about long-haul excursions to far-flung places; the trend nowadays is more frugal and sustainable travel that encourages lower carbon emissions and eco-responsibility.
Find out more about how the travel scene has changed below.
People travel to Paris for many reasons; for famous landmarks, amazing French food, parks and gardens, romance, and for fashion, architecture, and shopping. But another reason that pulls travelers from all around the globe is it’s impressive collection of art.
Even if you’re not usually a fan of museums, it’s likely you’ll still want to hit the Louvre. Though Paris has many more incredible artistic treasures, and here are the 10 best for you.
Technology is evolving by the day, and it is transforming our lives with each passing second. Every year there are new trends in the world of technology and entertainment, which always fundamentally change the way we travel.
This year has been no different; we have seen a lot of fresh introductions in the world of tech and entertainment that have caught our eye, and promise to make travel easier.
From a renewed acceptance of artificial intelligence to NFTs, there are a number of things that we need to pay attention to. Below, we take a look at some of the hottest tech and entertainment trends in the United States this year.
Your bag is one of the most important things to get right when you’re traveling. Make a smart decision, and your trip becomes a breeze; you can find things easily, your gear is protected from the weather, and there’s much less risk of it being stolen. Get it wrong, and your vacation can be easily ruined; belongings wrecked, you end up straining your back and neck, and you’re painted as a pickpocket target.
But we don’t just travel with one bag when we go overseas, I’d argue there are 5 types of bag which are absolutely essential. Can you name them?
These are the 5 essential bags you need when traveling if you plan to be bag smart, in addition to your main checked luggage.
With the pandemic pausing worldwide economies, many travelers have emerged from lockdown with extra disposable income to spend.
And what to spend it on?!
If you still have the cash from two years worth of non travel, here are 5 ways to splurge and travel in style.
It takes a lot of effort to plan a wonderful beach vacation. And one challenge you may face is finding a good balance of both relaxing and exciting activities to keep you entertained.
If you’re after more ideas for things to do at the beach beyond working on your tan (be sunsmart!), we’ve compiled a list so you’re never bored in the sand!
With post pandemic travel back in full swing, it’s time to dust off those passports which have been sitting with us in lock down for so many months / years. Though despite many of us in desperate need of vacation, as quickly as borders started to re-open, most worldwide economies started taking a hit.
Most people post pandemic are in one of two camps; you saved your disposable income and you’re ready to splurge, or COVID and the post economic effects have left your wallet in a world of hurt. If you fall into the latter, and need ways to fund your travels post pandemic, here are some modern ideas which apply to the new world we’re facing.
Boating is becoming one of the most popular ways to experience Europe – and we can totally understand the appeal! I mean, why fight for elbow space to watch the sunset in Santorini, when you can enjoy your own exclusive sunset from the water?!
Europe has a stunning coastline which stretches for more than 68,000 km – that’s three times longer than the USA for context! And from boat rental in Corfu, to Croatia’s seaside fortresses from Game of Thrones, this is a unique continent to experience from the water.
European countries offer a huge range of boating options, from hiring motorboats, sailboats, catamarans, or yachts. Anyone can hire a boat, for any occasion, and nowadays it’s very accessible even for beginners to do so. Perhaps you’ve already got your heart set on island hopping in the Greek Islands, or sailing down the Seine past the Eiffel Tower, before some time in the French Riviera.
But even if you’ve already planned your next boating holiday, here’s a list for the one after that!