Topic: Italy Travel (3)

Topic: Italy Travel

Key Words: budget travel to italy, KWD: 1.20%

Italian Sensibility – Budget Travel to Italy

Budget travel to Italy does not necessarily mean ‘cheap’. (Why would you even choose Italy as destination if you are, sorry, – cheap?) You only are to get the best of what Italy has to offer. And that only means that Italy has lots to offer, no matter what size of your pocket.

As with any rule on cut-rate travel, budget travel to Italy follows several guidelines to cut the calorie. The first and the best key to a budget travel to Italy is to plan ahead. Estimating total travel costs saves you an adequate amount of unnecessary travel spending...


What makes the Great Wildebeest Migration so great

You can hear the galloping hooves before you see them, the sheer number creating a noise that resounds over the savannah plains of Kenya’s Maasai Mara and reaches you in the game drive vehicle. Rightly called the ‘greatest wildlife show on earth’, witnessing part of the annual journey of 2.5 million wildebeest, zebra and gazelle as they follow the rains is a once-in-a-lifetime safari experience.

Great Wildebeest Migration

Great Wildebeest Migration

It is natural instinct that leads these plains animals to find greener pastures and fresh water sources, taking a circular route that moves in a clockwise direction from the Serengeti Plains in Tanzania to the Maasai Mara Reserve in Kenya...


The Ultimate Guide to Visiting the Pyramids of Giza

Pyramids of Giza

Pyramids of Giza

Egypt is one of the most fascinating places in the world. With a profoundly rich history, this is a bucket-list destination for so many.

I finally got the chance to visit for a “sample platter” tour of Egypt and see the famous Giza Pyramids. This is the only one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World still standing and I’ve always wanted to see it up close and personal.

Ready to experience the magic that has fascinated the world for thousands of years? Here is the ultimate guide to visiting the Pyramids of Giza!

camel pyramids of giza

About  the Giza Complex

The area known as the Giza Complex includes the Giza Necropolis, Sphynx, Pyramids, and Valley Temple of Khafre.

Nearly 5,000 years ago, Memphis was the capital of Egypt and Giza served as the burial grounds for the royals...


House sitting

Professional The Travelling House Sitters Brit and Jay share their top reasons why you should start house sitting right now! Plus their top 5 tips to getting started!

Imagine getting to spend a month in Rome. Exploring at your own pace, seeing one attraction every couple of days and then heading home (past your local gelateria or pizza place) before the crowds arrive.

Now imagine, that this month is Rome is rent-free!

Not only that, you have a gorgeous pooch to explore the local parks and streetside cafes with.

About House Sitting

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How and why you ask?

The concept is called house sitting.

In a nutshell you care for someone’s animals and home in exchange for accommodation.

We, The Travelling House Sitters (Britt & Jay) recently spent that month in Rome.

With a mo...


Greek Travel Travelling In Athens Greece Free Travel Tips, Electric Outlets In Rooms And Apartments

Greek Travel Travelling In Athens Greece Free Travel Tips, Electric Outlets In Rooms And Apartments

Athens Greece

Athens Greece

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What should one consider while travelling in Athens, Greece? Among them you should pay special attention to the electric current, especially if coming from the States or Canada. The standard in Greece is 220-230V AC (50Hz). Appliances from North America require a transformer and British ones an adaptor.
Remember: Adaptor plugs do not convert electricity.
We recommend that you pack an adapter or transformer depending on your needs together with your electrical appliances, so that you do not have to spend valuable time looking for adaptors and transformers during your stay in Athens Greece.
Please note: from my experience laptops do not require a transformer...


The Best Party Cities Around the World

The Best Party Cities

The Best Party Cities

In the mood to let loose? If you are looking for a place with serious party vibes, there are wild destinations all over the globe where you can have an unforgettable night out.

After all, there’s no better way to experience the local life than to have a drink or two (or three…) with the locals and dance the night away. Notorious for their non-stop party scene, the music doesn’t stop when the sun comes at these crazy spots.

Ready to get a little wild? Here are some of the best party cities around the world!

In the United States

Las Vegas

There is nothing like a girlfriend getaway in Vegas to forget about everything that’s weighing you down. I had an epic New Year’s Eve in Las Vegas not long ago...


5 reasons why it’s time to visit the Azores

Just a few years ago, the Azores started appearing in a handful of publications and articles with titles like, “remote islands that no one knows about” and “Europe’s Best Kept Secret.” Many people, especially North Americans could not point out this archipelago on a map. But for those in the know, the thought of a collection of volcanic islands in the middle of the Atlantic with a subtropical climate and European twist is quite intriguing. In recent years, they have been billed as the hot new adventure destinations, offering a plethora of exciting ways to explore the diverse islands and their culture.

the Azores

the Azores

There aren’t many tourists, yet

Although the Azores have been a destination for Portuguese and other Europeans for years, they really are relatively unknown to the rest...


Travel To Ethiopia To Enjoy A World Of Adventure

From a city zoo in San Jose to the mountainous regions of Pakistan to the savannahs of Africa, it’s easy to see that traveling leads to very different places. Nonetheless, there are some basic tips that will help ensure a good trip no matter where it is that you are going.

Traveling light can be a wonderful experience, especially for single people or a couple. If you are capable of travel with just one bag, you will have much more flexibility on your trip and will be able to explore a great deal more. Europe is the perfect place for this travel style.

To decide if you should buy travel insurance, you need to look at how much the trip is going to cost. At some date in the future, many reservations can’t be canceled without some financial penalty...


Advice To Help Make Travel Even Easier 2

Advice To Help Make Travel Even Easier

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Regardless of whether you are traveling to a nearby location for the weekend or taking a week-long destination vacation, you are always going to benefit from some tips and ideas on how to make the whole process, more fun and less stressful. Keep reading for those tips and more.

If you are planning a long cruise, consider selecting a cruise line that offers self-service laundry. This will reduce the amount of laundry you need to bring along when you pack, and is also significantly cheaper than asking the ship’s crew to do your laundry for you. Longer cruises require more clothing, so a laundry is very useful.

One of the best ways to save money on airline travel is to be flexible...


Use These Tips For A Great Traveling Experience (2)

Use These Tips For A Great Traveling Experience

There is much to learn about travel and once you know and apply this knowledge you can travel successfully.
There is plenty of information available online, however not everything you read will apply to your specific situation. This article will give some of the best tips known in regards to travel.

If you are planning a trip out of the country, check early on in your planning if a visa is needed. This can take quite some time to obtain, so you don’t want to wait until the last minute and then, not be able to get it in time for your trip.

When you are choosing a hotel for your travel needs, target hotels that offer complimentary breakfast. Eating is a big cost factor for a trip. A family of four can spend, on average, $25 on breakfast...