My Favorite Travel Resources (for both travel planners and bloggers)

As someone who believes that traveling shouldn’t only be available for the rich and famous, I compiled my favorite resources so that you could save money and globe trot easily. From budgeting to discovering travel inspiration, below are sites and resources I use on a regular basis.

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Skyscanner: When it comes to searching for the best flight deals, Skyscanner is always my firststop. I love how you could filter flights by price, number of layovers, duration and airline. It is also my go-to for when I track flights for future trips. If I see that a flight is too expensive, I will put a tracker on it and Skyscanner will let me know when the prices are at its lowest and if I should book now or wait.


Expedia: I will not (and I repeat, WILL NOT) book a flight unless I know I am getting the best deal and let me tell you, I have gotten some amazing flight deals from my past trips through Expedia. I love how Expedia always features amazing deals when it comes to flights. I have gotten international flights for a great price to Iceland, Sicily, Cape Town, Paris, Bali, Munich and Vienna.


Airbnb: One app that I am currently obsessed with is Airbnb! I had nothing but wonderful experiences with this company and it is a great way to save money. Depending on your budget and needs, you could rent a home, apartment, tree house, castle, room or couch with Airbnb. It is seriously awesome! One of my favorite ways to not break the bank when I book my accommodations is by using Everyday, will post new savings and deals for you to discover while booking and saving easily.


Eating and Seeing:

TripAdvisor: When I am traveling in different countries, I LOVE using TripAdvisorto find the best restaurants, coffee shops, bars and events. One of the best features of TripAdvisor is that you could read other travelers’ reviews, which helps narrow down your search for things to do, see and eat.


Rail Europe: There is nothing more magical than gallivanting around the storybook towns of Europe. One of my favorite forms of transportation when I am traveling to fairytale cities is by high-speed trains. Rail Europe is my go-to when I am booking train and rail passes around Europe. No matter where you are traveling to, there is a route that Rail Europe will provide for you.


GOEURO: Once you are in Europe, it is so easy to get around and explore other countries and cities. My favorite resource for finding cheap flights, busses, trains and other forms of transportation is through GOEURO. In addition to transportation, GOEURO also offers great deals on hotels!

Travel Resources:

Lonely Planet: When it comes to planning my next trip, I always love to read Lonely Planet‘s travel guides. Lonely Planet is the perfect all-in-one travel guide that provides hotels, restaurants and sightseeing recommendations.


Group Travel:

If you are a beginner traveler, someone who likes to splurge on a once-a-year trip, a solo traveler, looking to make friends or even travel with your tribe, then adventuring the world through organized group tours is the best way to go! Over the past three years, I have gone on at least one organized group tour and have made so many wonderful memories. In fact, I did an organized tour to the Greek Islands, Thailand and Japan. What is great about traveling through a tour company is that they do all of the travel planning for you and they also have payment plans and run wonderful deals to make your trip affordable. Below is a list of my favorite group travel companies. They are perfect for the Millennial or Generation Z wanderer.

Travel Photography:

GoPro: A traveling must-have is a GoPro! This great device can be taken with you on scuba diving and ski trips. The GoPro camera is also awesome for white water rafting, zip-lining, horseback riding and so much more. To top it off, it is simple to use and comes with the Quik editing software that makes it easy to create memorable video content.

Travel Necessities:

Walgreens: Before I jet set, I always make sure that I have all the necessities I need for my trip. Walgreens is the number one store where I stock up on all of my travel products. What is great about Walgreens is that they have a wonderful Balance Rewards program where you could gain points to save money on all of your necessities and favorite products.