When it comes to holiday spending money, travelers can use a credit card to make purchases abroad, but it is also recommended to have some cash in hand for smaller items and for leaving gratuities, which is where currency exchange … Read more
By George Hobica, founder of Airfarewatchdog.com.
You’ve probably already heard horror stories about unusually long TSA security lines at airports, which may only get worse as the summer travel crush adds more travelers to airports.
While we … Read more
Visiting a captivating city may be regarded as overwhelming to some travelers, leaving them feeling as if there won’t be enough time to fully appreciate it. Berlin is oozing with history, fashion, phenomenal food, and awe-inspiring architecture, which is why we’ve tapped into the TripAdvisor … Read more
There’s a lot vying for attention in the Eternal City – the Colosseum, the Sistine Chapel, the Pantheon, and don’t get us started on the pizza. But beyond the famed monuments and galleries, the cosmopolitan city hides gourmet gelaterias, traditional … Read more
If you think the path to the lowest hotel price is to book as far ahead as possible or to wait for a last-minute deal, you may end up overpaying for your next trip. TripAdvisor has crunched its hotel booking … Read more
Did you join us for our London #TripAdvisorChat chat on April 6? We really enjoyed hosting it and seeing all of the great tips that everyone involved had to share with the Twitter community—we even learned a lot ourselves! Special guests and … Read more
Given the recent wave of terrorist attacks and crises, some people are unsure whether to go ahead with trips they’ve planned. Others are wondering where on earth it is safe to travel nowadays.
Since a terrorist incident can happen … Read more
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