Trip Tips and Insights: Top Travel Blogs from the UK

You’re geared up for the next holiday, but here’s where things get a bit dicey. How do you know where to go, when, and how much to pay? More than that, how do you get into the right places, avoid the scams, and learn the local culture? If you’d like the inside scoop, you should follow travel blogs. People who’ve been there could have the information that you need to know. Here is a collection of some of the top travel blogs today.

Trip Tips and Insights: Top Travel Blogs from the UK
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Trip Tips and Insights: Top Travel Blogs from the UK

Travels of Adam

Based in Berlin, a self-professed hipster tells his tales about his vacations and travels. Adam is an expert in all things alternative. From finding the coolest neighborhoods in Tel-Aviv to eating and drinking at bohemian bars in Cologne, his creativity knows no bounds. His Hipster Guides offer a perfect inspiration for a city break off the beaten track.

Don’t forget to check his posts on gay travel, men’s fashion and lifestyle.

Need Another Holiday

Here’s one from Manchester-based blogger, Clare. When traveling all around the world, she sees a lot of places not like her humble home, but unlike a lot of jetsetters, she a fulltime mum with a fulltime job. She always needs another holiday, and her blog has gone through a lot of changes over the past year. The new arrival of “Holiday Baby” is the latest. Even so, she always manages to include insightful advice for parents and musings on motherhood, alongside recommendations for city breaks in Europe.

One thing to be aware of, especially for busy and cash-strapped parents, if you have to be on the lookout for delays on your trip. According to Bottonline.co.uk, airlines don’t always give passengers what they’re due — namely financial compensation for bumped seats, and delayed flights.

“always on lookout for delays” – maybe review?

So, keep that in mind when traversing the EU, or the world. Just because you’re a parent, doesn’t mean you don’t have the right to fair travel with your child.

Eff It I’m On Holiday

This relatively new travel blog is from Vlad. He’s a young and enthusiastic traveler who explores the best of what Europe has to offer. He also manages to hold down a full-time job. That in and of itself is amazing. His trips take him all over Europe, and he’s got some great posts on Malta, Barcelona, and Portugal. What sets him apart though is his excellent photography. Make sure you check out his guides to improving your holidays.

A Lady in London

Want more travel in your life? Want to get to London more often? Then, Julie’s blog might be for you. Despite its namesake, it doesn’t cover just the capital. She goes all over the world, from Kosovo to Kenya.

On The Luce

When it comes to traveling, Lucy is an expert. Her blog on travel is excellent proof of that. After traveling for more than 20 years, you might think she’s seen it all. But, she hasn’t. She continues to explore Western Canada and other obscure areas of the world. And, because she’s been doing this so long, she’s developed something she called ‘budget-luxe’ — which many newbie travelers will find refreshing.

No matter where you want to go or what you want to see while there, you can find the facts you need in an online travel blog. Aside from the inside scoop, these bloggers keep their readers on top of the latest updates on traveling to their favorite destinations.

Vivian Cowley has travel in her blood. After a gap year travelling she became a tour guide then a rep before settling down to raise her family; now working as a travel planner.

About Marina 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 20+ 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!

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