Author Archives: Marina Kuperman Villatoro

About Marina Kuperman Villatoro

Marina Kuperman Villatoro CEO of TravelExperta.com, a travel resource site to inspire families to travel with kids of all ages. Marina has been an expat 10+ years in Central America raising 2 boys in a multicultural, trilingual household. She travels all over the world with her family to give first hand experiences of where to eat, stay and play with kids. Needless to say, it’s never boring! Join Marina on Facebook and Twitter for more unique and boutique family travel!

The Most Romantic Travel in North Italy. Wine, Art and Cars

Travelling in Italy is in itself a romantic idea for most people. With the country’s breathtaking landscapes dotted with ancient ruins, it is the perfect place to spend an awesome vacation with a special someone. From the north, all the … Continue reading

The Ultimate City Guide to Birmingham – UK

Birmingham is a dynamic, diverse British city that’s brimming with culture, and the former market town has a history stretching back some 1,500 years. Today, Birmingham is one of the UK’s most exciting cities, with a range of great shopping … Continue reading

Looking for Holidays in India? Best Tips to Stay Safe

India is geographically varied, therefore the climate also varies. Tiny tips can eventually make a big difference, making holidays&travel easier as well as hassle free. Ensure to be aware of the weather around before you plan for a holiday to … Continue reading

5 Flight Tips for Traveling on a Wheelchair

Over the course of time, air travel has greatly improved and made easier for all wheelchair travelers. However, that doesn’t mean that you should not plan ahead. Air travel can be a particularly long and cumbersome journey, especially if you’ve … Continue reading

Top 5 Features to Look for When Choosing a Sleeping Bag

Are you looking forward to a memorable experience, or would you like a miserable time spent under the stars? Do you know a good sleeping bag, which is suited not just for the respective usage but also your needs and … Continue reading

A Look At Some Of The Giant’s Causeway Guided Tours

Belfast is a magnificent city to visit with a huge amount of things to see and do. Most people visiting the city also choose to visit the nearby Giant’s Causeway, and with good reason. The large area consists of around … Continue reading

Safety Travel Tips – Keeping Your Family Healthy While on Vacation

Traveling with the family involves a lot of planning beforehand – especially when you’re traveling with young kids. Parents have to be able to anticipate their kids’ every need, and this applies very well with health while on vacation. Keeping … Continue reading

Fun Things To Do in Philadelphia

Philadelphia may be one of the smaller cities in the United States, but it has more history and things to do than most larger cities I’ve traveled. Fun Things To Do in Philadelphia  Places to Visit in Philadelphia When it … Continue reading

Your Guide To Planning A Family Trip To The South Of France

France is a big place, it’s twice the size of the UK and is Europe’s second largest country. While the French capital of Paris is popular with families, it’s also very commercialized, not to mention expensive. If you want to … Continue reading

Historic Philadelphia – Fun Facts to Know

Philadelphia is one of the most historically rich cities to visit in the US. That’s what truly makes this place a worthy stopover or a full-on destination. Where else can you walk the streets, that are perfectly preserved, as they … Continue reading

A Bird’s Eye View: Parks Canada and the Google Street View Project

Cutting-edge technology is combining with some ancient landscapes and monuments of breathtaking beauty via a collaboration between Parks Canada and Google. It’s an effort to showcase the scenery of Canada’s national parks and historic sites by allowing Google Maps viewers … Continue reading

Philadelphia Bike Share – The Best Way to Get Around

If asked, I can think of a hundred benefits of have a romantic getaway. Aside from having adult conversations, enjoying a meal and drinks, watching movies without being interrupted a hundred times, making sure to hit a pool during some part … Continue reading

Reading Terminal Market Philadelphia – Photo, Video and History Tour

Markets must be the most fun whenever visiting a new city or town. This is where you can literally say the place is bursting with local flavors, people and fun. The second we arrived to our hotel in the Historic … Continue reading

Canada Travel – Off-Roading in Ontario – All About Elliot Lake

Located in the Canadian Shield and north of Lake Huron, Elliot Lake is surrounded by deciduous and coniferous forests, lakes, rivers, muskeg swamps, and scenic hills that were formed from Precambrian bedrock. This former uranium mining town, whose economy fell … Continue reading

Philadelphia Food – Philly Cheesesteak – Part 2

Living on the Northeast of US we hear a lot about Philly Cheesesteaks. Since I’m not a big meat person, I never went out of my way to order one. But how can I possibly miss out on a chance … Continue reading

The Basics of Managing Your Finances While Traveling

We all know that money is one of the main aspects you need to take into account when traveling. You have to be able to manage it on the road. There are services out there like Experian that can help … Continue reading

Philadelphia Food – Hoagies – Part 1

Philadelphia, like most large cities, has it’s own particular inventions in food that are now not only national phenomenas but also, internationally known and attempted. So when in Philly… Philadelphia Food – Hoagies OK, I’ll be totally honest, I have … Continue reading

Eat, Stay and Play in Vermont – Places to Visit in Vermont – Travel Guide

Vermont is a huge State. Even bigger than it looks on the map because of all the different things it offers to do along the way. When I sat down to plan our family road trip for the week, my … Continue reading

48 Hours in Stowe – Things To Do in Stowe, Vermont – Summertime

Stowe, Vermont is not only a winter’s paradise. Not anymore, at least. Today the area is incredible for summer and a must visit during autumn when Vermont’s famous fall foliage is in full swing. Stowe town is an adorable place that is … Continue reading

48 Hours in Burlington – Things To Do in Burlington, Vermont

Every time I visited Vermont, when I was younger, for some reason, we always bypassed Burlington. No idea what the reasoning behind it was. But regardless, I finally made it, and with my family. So it was an extra bonus … Continue reading