One of the coolest cross-country trips a traveler can take is along I-40. The third longest interstate in the United States, the route runs all the way from Barstow, California to Wilmington, North Carolina (that's a 36-hour drive from end-to-end, in case you're wondering). Yet, it’s not the length that makes I-40 appealing for travelers. Rather, it’s the amazing and unique sights that decorate this stretch of highway.
The Ultimate Road Trip Map of 26 Places To See Across Great Britain
A road trip is an incredible way to see a country especially, the truly stunning, Great Britain! One of the best things about our wonderful country is the vast amount of diverse sights to see (and perhaps
Two luxurious and cultural weeks in Thailand - The Ultimate Itinerary
Two luxurious and cultural weeks in Thailand – The Ultimate Itinerary via @BeautyTravelled - Thailand is one of the most popular travel destinations in the world. From dazzling temples and night markets, to hill tribe treks and idyllic islands, this country has it all. The itinerary for a two week vacation outlined below takes in the classic sights as well as some more off the beaten track experiences and destinations.
A list of the best places to travel when solo and on a budget. Basically, I selected five countries that: 1. Don’t break the bank 2. Are relatively safe 3. Offer good opportunities to meet other people (e.g. social hostels, many other solo backpackers) 4. Are some of my favorite countries in terms of activities, sights, people, food etc. :) I hope this list will offer you some travel inspiration for affordable and cool solo travel destinations! | By Bunch of Backpackers
For many people, Split, Croatia is a transportation hub – a city to breeze through on the way to other parts of the country. It was for us during our first trip to Croatia in 2011. However, since then, we’ve revisited the city multiple times with much longer stays.
15 only-in-America sights you’ll see on a Route 66 road trip
15 Only in America Sight You'll See On Route 66 Road Trip. Add some of these to your bucket list if you're looking for some true adventure. And yes you will need a special map for Route 66 since some of the roards are no longer there.