Category Archives: Beginners Travel Guides

Guides for beginners in brand new places.

Why You Should Travel Solo to Porto At Least Once

As a solo traveler, Portugal exceeded all of my expectations by ticking each and every box. Food? Yum. Wine? Double yum! Castles? Stunning. Beaches? Incredible. Travelers (such as yours truly) easily fall in love with Portugal. And connecting with yourself, alone, is an experience that I highly recommend to anyone dipping his or her toes […]

Discovering the Magical Met: The Complete “How To” Guide for NYC’s Famous Art Museum

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Are you visiting the Met soon? Best. Idea. Ever. If you follow me on Instagram, then you already know that New York’s most famous art museum, the Met, is my favorite spot in the whole city and my self-designated “happy place.” Actually I love the Met so much that I’m considering purchasing a membership card […]

Italy for the First Time: How to Plan Your Trip

Without a doubt, traveling to Italy for the first time is exciting and overwhelming. Going to Italy is even considered a lifelong dream. When asked about their number one travel destination, a lot of people will mention Italy right away. It feels as if everyone loves, loves, loves Italy. I fall into that mindset too. […]

When is the Best Time to Travel to New York?

when is best time to visit new york: early summer is amazing

Are you asking yourself when is the best time to travel to New York? Hmmmm well, as you already know, choosing when to take a vacation isn’t always an easy decision to make. More options, more problems. Let’s make matters even more complicated. New York has its own special considerations, and not just because it’s […]

21 Tips for Traveling to Europe for the First Time

traveling to europe for the first time going to paris

Are you traveling to Europe for the first time? Awesome! You must be super duper excited! A first trip to Europe is a big adventure whether you’re with friends or traveling solo.  As for me, I remember my first trip to Europe, a guided tour throughout England, as if it happened yesterday. I sat in […]