This unique, culturally-rich country is one worth visiting, but there are quite a few steps that need to be taken before you can visit. This isn’t a country you can go to on a whim. This guide will help you prepare for your departure.
Since traveling to China I've learned a few tricks to help me on my journey. China is very tech-forward, and these apps will also help you with navigating in a country where most people do not speak English.
Here are a few tips to help you make the most of those long layovers.
You need a visa to travel to China, and while there are many documents to gather, don't stress. I've broken down the process for you!
Train travel is by far my favorite form of transportation and I've created this guide to help you navigate every step from searching for trains to reading your ticket.
If the charm and popularity of this city doesn't already make you want to visit, after viewing these photographs you'll be checking flights immediately.
I love train travel. I think it's the best way to travel anywhere, and the US doesn't take advantage of it. However, Northwest Indiana has a great trainline to take you into Chicago. I've been traveling to Chicago this way for years and nothing beats it!
In Chicago, the best view of the city is from the John Hancock Tower. From the top you can see the Willis Tower, Navy Pier and Lake Michigan stretching to the horizon. But it's expensive! This is how you can get to the top without buying a ticket.
Spending a Christmas in Europe is on many people's bucket lists because of the dreamy Christmas Markets. While there are many across Europe, there are two special markets worth noting.
The locals in Spain are very serious about their fashion and appreciate a well-put-together outfit. I never want to stick out like a tourist if I can help it! Read this guide so you know what to pack for your trip to Madrid in the fall.