I feel like I visited 100 museums in Prague. I didn’t, but Prague has so many great museums and I didn’t want to miss a
This guest post is the start of an occasional series featuring every day Millennials who made their travel dreams come true without the big price
Is there anything better than wandering through the world’s second-oldest operating amusement park just a couple of weeks before Halloween? Probably not. Why else would
Ah, Amsterdam. I was there only a weekend but have more or less decided to retire there. You’ll see why in a bit. Amsterdam can sometimes
I found a study online that said the average U.S. employee receives between 10-15 vacation days, depending on their time at the company. In addition,
Odds are you’ve seen Kutná Hora floating around the interwebs, whether you’ve realized it or not. The Sedlec Ossuary is a fixture on reddit’s r/creepy
Traveling to Berlin was amazing. It’s a city where, at the time I visited, everything was a work in progress. Historical relics and buildings were
Where Prague, Kutná Hora and Český Krumlov get more and more tourists every year, Brno has remained largely untouched. Don’t take that to mean it
My dance with Belgium is pretty much a play-by-play example of what not to do. I’ll go into depth throughout the post, but here’s the
Much of eastern Europe has spectacular cities, and Budapest is most definitely one of them. It’s especially ideal if you want to see Europe on
Looking for the perfect day trip from Copenhagen? Enter Malmö. Sweden’s third most populated city seems to be a lovely mix of the modern and
Maggie, the Broke Girl Abroad, is just another Millennial who wanted to make a travel blog because of that one time she studied abroad.
Now a 9-to-5 employee, follow along as she attempts to see the world by balancing her budget, her 40 hour work week, and her precious, precious vacation days.
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