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Vinicius Costa – Lead Travel Writer


Vinicius Costa

About Vinicius Costa

Vinicius Is Our Lead Writer at Travel Off Path

“My expertise can be attributed to my extensive traveling of course. I am genuinely intrigued by different cultures and environments which make my articles feel more “real” and valuable.
I am passionate about what I write and love to give readers an accurate portrayal of each destination.”

-Vinicius Costa

Vinicius Costa Background

Experience: 7 Years Of Journalism Specializing in Travel Writing

Articles Written: Over 750

Countries Visited: 60

Years Spent Traveling: 7

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Vinicius Costa's Recent Posts:

  • This Fairytale Polish City On The Baltic Sea Is The Perfect Summer Alternative To Amsterdam
    With its UNESCO-protected canals and libertarian social scene, Amsterdam is a bucket list summer destination, but perhaps not if you're on a shoestring budget, traveling on under $50 a day, or feel uneasy in crowded spaces: It is one of the busiest tourist hotspots in Europe, with downtown hotels, if there are any left to …
  • Beat The Mediterranean Crowds! Here's 4 Of The Most Beautiful Lake Destinations In Europe
    The Mediterranean may well be the hottest place to be this summer, both literally and figuratively, and we don't know about you, but we're not exactly keen on sharing a narrow strip of beach with hundreds, if not thousands of beachgoers, nor risk a heatstroke with the record temperatures to come. Yeah, yeah, there's those …
  • Incredible Food And Culture: Why One Time Is Never Enough To Visit This Latin American City
    Whether it's for tropical vacations or simply to burst out of their bubble, Americans have been flocking to Latin America lately, and it doesn't really surprise us, considering the unmatched local hospitality, the irresistible Hispanic culture, and, of course, the balmy climate. Buenos Aires, Medellin, San Juan, Cartagena, Lima, you name it, they have all …
  • Medieval Cities, Wine And Unspoiled Coast: Unveiling The Secrets Of Italy's Tuscany Region
    Perhaps the most romanticized region in all of Italy, having featured in at least a dozen of Hollywood blockbusters, and considered the birthplace of The Renaissance, a cultural movement that continues to inspire awe to this day, Tuscany is never not teeming with tourists. As diverse as this region of Italy is—it's one of the …
  • American Airlines Temporarily Suspends New York Flights To Cancun Amid Slowdown
    In an unexpected move that is sure to shock some customers who might have been hoping to jet off to the Caribbean for their fall getaway, American Airlines has placed all New York flights to Cancun on a hiatus for two months in the upcoming season. The measure is only temporary, set to last from …
  • Portugal's Tourist Boom: Is It Still A Must-Visit Or Completely Overrun This Summer?
    Long gone are the days when Portugal was a forgotten, peripheral Western European country Americans would fly over on their way to Spain without giving it much of a thought. Having been to Portugal both before it became popular, and after its post-2022 tourist boom, I can say that's definitely not the case anymore: it …
  • This Gorgeous European Lake Destination With A Fairytale Castle Is The Perfect Summer Getaway
    Have you been planning on traveling to Europe sometime soon, but the high temperatures of Spain, the risk of wildfires across Greece, and the mass tourism in Italy somehow put you off? This might be the hottest, busiest summer in years, but there remains a safe haven in the heart of the Old Continent where …
  • Craving Beaches And European Culture? Top 5 Digital Nomad Destinations Revealed
    Now that entry requirements for the digital nomads are being relaxed, and numerous European countries are not only warmly welcoming them, but going as far as launching year-long Digital Nomad Visas, remote workers will be flocking into Europe starting this summer. Whether it's for the cities dating back several millennia or the idyllic Southern coastline, …
  • This Exciting Asian City Is One Of The Cheapest Cultural Destinations For 2024
    2024 is the year that marks Asia's tourism comeback. All around the Orient, numerous destinations are recording record surges in the number of foreign visitors, fueled by improved connectivity, tourist-friendly policies, and even reduced bureaucracy in the issuing of visas. A sprawling metropolis with a lot going for it on the culture front, Vietnam's Hanoi …
  • Forget Switzerland! This European Country With Alpine Lakes Is Much Cheaper
    Home to a dramatic nature and mountainous areas of outstanding beauty, Switzerland is one of the most popular destinations in Europe, but to the average traveler who's on a budget of under $1,000 per week, it's just too expensive to visit. A one-week stay in a hotel anywhere in Switzerland, whether it's a big city …
  • This Peaceful Spanish Island With Turquoise Waters Is The Perfect Escape From Ibiza
    Ibiza is known for its vibrant nightlife and diverse music scene, including performances by famous DJs like David Guetta and rows upon rows of upscale holiday villas and high life, but in all fairness, I didn't love it all that much. Yes, the weather is lovely in July, and I truly doubt there's a better …
  • European Beach Getaways: All Of Europe's 4 Sunniest Spots Are In Spain
    Summer is here, and if you're planning on crossing the pond this season for walks down cobbled streets, gelato in hand, and early evening swims in the sunset golden-tinged Mediterranean, Spain is likely to be at the top of your list. Famous for its ancient heritage, sandy beaches and vibrant Hispanic culture, the Iberian country …
  • This Affordable European City Is One Of The Best Destinations To Avoid The Crowds This Summer
    As much as I love Venice and its romantic canals, Paris with the elegant Haussmann cityscape, and Barcelona's unique mixture of medieval heritage and 21st-century boldness, mixing with the surging crowds threatening to overwhelm these cities is definitely not my idea of fun. Europe is dealing with a serious overtourism issue, and it's no surprise …
  • Americans Can Fly Nonstop To This Stunning Historic City In Mexico From 8 U.S. Cities
    Mexico is the number one destination for Americans craving some tropical weather and the kind of cultural getaway they wouldn't find easily Stateside. You know, the gorgeous, ocher-colored cities, the magnificent Baroque cathedrals, and that irresistible Old World charm. Lucky for them, they don't need to cross the pond to visit places steeped in history, …
  • Avoid The Crowds This Summer In This Tiny European Country With Medieval Cities
    Home to Disney-like castles (except they're the real deal), cobbled towns that almost don't look real, and boasting an invaluable heritage dating back several millennia, Europe is on every traveler's radar this summer, particularly culture-hungry Americans. Between France's stately Belle époque cityscapes and all the Gaudí masterpieces scattered around Barcelona, it's not like their options …
  • 4 Reasons Why This Stunning South American Destination Is Great For Digital Nomads
    South America is teeming with long-term visitors now that many countries in the region have awoken to the benefits of digital nomadism. Now that local authorities have seen how the trend can help diversify the economy, and keep the much-needed influx of dollars coming, many South American countries have joined the race to become the …
  • These 5 Cultural European Cities Are Some Of The Safest In The World For Travelers
    With the war that continues to rage in Ukraine, rising crime, illegal immigration and the threat of extremism now back to haunt numerous European countries, it's only natural that travelers would be concerned about their safety crossing the pond. Europe remains a safe destination at large, but there's no denying that major cities like London, …
  • These Are The Top 5 Cheapest Destinations In Asia Digital Nomads Will Actually Want To Live In
    The land of smiles, ancient pagodas dating back centuries, breathtaking nature, and of course, high affordability, Asia seems to be on the radar of every digital nomad currently, considering life down there is usually a lot cheaper than in the Western World. As incredible as it may be, not all of Asia is receptive to …
  • Save Money & Beat The Crowds: This European Paradise Awaits
  • This Underrated Beach City In Brazil Is The Next Rio (Except It's Prettier And Cheaper)
    Famous for its upscale Copacabana Beach, unique mix of sprawling concrete jungle and actual jungle, and thriving comunidades, Rio is Brazil's most sought-after tourist destination, but it can be particularly hard on the wallet if you're not willing to compromise on comfort and safety. Some of the cheapest four-star hotels in the most touristy parts …
  • 4 Stunning Medieval Cities In Europe That Are Easy On The Wallet This Summer
    A vast continent rich in historical landmarks, Europe is the number one place to be this season if you're a culture buff. This is especially true now that temperatures are rising and a host of nonstop flights are relaunching to several of its trendiest destinations, but there's a catch. As demand grows, the cost of …
  • This Is The Cheapest Summer Destination In Europe For Budget Travelers
    July is right around the corner, and if you're a culture buff like us, who also happens to be looking for a bit of sun in your life, Europe and its ancient cities dating back literal millennia, balmy climate, and delectable cuisine are probably sounding like a no-brainer at this point. We're not sure about …
  • Why You Should Visit This Unique Mediterranean Beach Escape Most Americans Don't Know About
    The Mediterranean—or how it's affectionately called, ‘The Med'—is the most popular destination for Americans crossing the pond this summer, after all, all of their favorite sunny hotspots straddle the turquoise-colored waters, from Spain to France to Italy to Croatia to Greece. Still, this is a pretty vast sea, branching out into three continents, and some …
  • Medieval Hidden Gem! Americans Are Flocking To This Spanish City In Record Numbers
    Home to pristine beaches and stunning historic cities, Spain is the most popular destination for Americans crossing the pond this summer, but contrary to popular belief, it's not Madrid, Barcelona, or even trendy Ibiza that's on their radar. Though it is not coastal, and thus not your typical sunny getaway, the inland city of Girona …
  • Unique Culture & Pristine Beaches: Mexico's Underrated Beach Paradise
    Mexico has long been famous for its luxurious Cancun hotels, the unspoiled nature around Los Cabos, and the laid-back beach zone of Puerto Vallarta, which all draw in millions of visitors, particularly Americans, who flock into their southern neighbor's shores for sunny vacays year-round. As popular as Mexico may be, however, large swathes of the …
  • Don't Do This To Your Passport Or You Could Be Denied Entry To A Foreign Country
    Much like magnets and that chipped-off slab of the Berlin Wall you know is fake but you buy anyway, passport stamps can be incredibly fun to collect. They tell a story and are ever-lasting proof you've been to that faraway destination you'd spent years dreaming of visiting. However, something as small and (apparently) as insignificant …
  • 4 European Capitals To Avoid This Summer And Where You Should Go Instead!
    Capitals are often considered the unmissable, number one destination across most European countries. That is because they have usually been at the forefront of their history and development as states, and they just happen to have accumulated the most cultural value. Not all first cities of Europe have redeemable qualities about them, however, be it …
  • Americans Can Fly Nonstop To These 5 Destinations In Spain This Summer
    The European capital of summer, Spain has never been hotter—literally and figuratively—than it is now: with close to 90 million tourists expected, it's challenging its next-door neighbor France for the title of most-visited country this year. Needless to say, there is growing demand for Spain vacations among Americans, who are not only craving a sunny …
  • Ancient Castles And Gorgeous Nature: This Stunning Region Of Europe Is Surging In Popularity Right Now
    Home to historic cities with origins lost to time, world-class museums and fairytale castles that even Walt Disney couldn't have conjured up in his wildest dreams, Europe is never not teeming with visitors, who flock here from all over the world to experience its ancientness. As diverse a continent as it is, however, it remains …
  • 5 Reasons Why Travelers Are Flocking To This Underrated Mediterranean Country For Beach Vacations
    The Mediterranean is the go-destination for Americans crossing the pond this summer, not only due to the balmy temperatures and the turquoise seas, but also the cultural wealth it boasts. It is home to some of the world's most historically-charged nations, from Spain to France to Italy to Greece. A little-known fact among some U.S. …
  • New ‘Grand Visa' Will Allow Tourists To Easily Visit These 6 Gulf Countries
    From underdeveloped arid landscapes with little to offer to the oil capital of the world (and fastest-growing development zone), Gulf countries draw in hundreds of millions of tourists every year, who flock to the likes of Dubai, Abu Dhabi and Riyadh for their opulent resorts and futuristic cityscapes. Despite their popularity, there remains one major …
  • No Need To Cross The Pond! These 5 North American Cities Look Just Like Europe
    If you've been dreaming of romantic cobbled streets, picturesque towns and fairytale castles that could belong in a Disney classic, Europe is likely to be on your radar this summer; however, if you've waited too long to book that Transatlantic trip, it may already be too late… Not only are prices increasing dramatically across the …
  • Europe's Secret Beach Paradise: Why Travelers Are Flocking To Its Pristine Shores And Lagoons
    One of the top summer hotspots this year, Portugal seems to be on every American traveler's radar lately, with its gorgeous cities dating back centuries and extensive Atlantic Coast interspersed with historic fishing villages and sandy beaches. From the lively Porto down to a hilly Lisbon, and further south to the Algarve, arrivals have been …
  • American Travelers Can Now Stay Two Months In Thailand Visa Free
    Home to paradisiacal islands where sugary white sands are hugged by teal-colored seas, vibrant cities with famous for their riotous nightlife, and a breathtaking natural landscape, arguably some of the most impressive in the world, Thailand is a bucket list destination for many. The only downside? Thai authorities have only issued one-month entry permits to …
  • No Sargassum & Beachfront All-Inclusives! The Best Resort Destination In Mexico This Summer
    With its sugary white sands lapped by turquoise waters, world-renowned hospitality, lively nightlife and bustling shopping streets, Cancun is unequivocally the most popular resort zone for Americans heading to Mexico. That's not to say it's the best pick year-round, particularly in summer when it's invaded by the foul-smelling sargassum, and humidity is so oppressive you …
  • These Are The Top 5 Destinations In France If You Love Food And Culture
    France is the number one country in the world for tourism, and between the unforgettable gastronomic experiences and the millennia-old heritage, with some cities being nothing short of architectural marvels, it's not hard to see why over 100 million tourists would want to visit each year. This is a big country, however, roughly the size …
  • These 2 Tropical Islands Are Your Best Bet For Avoiding Sargassum In The Mexican Caribbean This Summer
    Luxurious resorts, a delectable cuisine that feels a lot richer and more flavorful than the watered-down version you get in the States, and hospitality like no other: it's no wonder Mexico remains undefeated as the leading destination for Americans going abroad this summer. There is one issue facing visitors in the short to medium-term, however. …
  • Forget The Hotel! New $40 Sleeper Train Launches Between 2 Of Italy's Most Beautiful Cities
    Home to world-renowned landmarks like the Roman Colosseum, the canals of Venice, the Leaning Tower of Pisa, not to mention its gorgeous coastline lapped by turquoise waters and award-winning cuisine, Italy is sure to feature on every culture buff's bucket list. If you're planning on traveling the length of the Italian peninsula this summer, and …
  • These Are The Top 5 Countries In Europe For Digital Nomads Right Now
    Are you a digital nomad who's grown disillusioned with the American dream, and you're maybe thinking of relocating across the pond to the Old Continent, where crime rates are lower, cities are indisputably more beautiful, and the quality of life is higher? We've got you. Options are plentiful, from the cosmopolitan United Kingdom down to …
  • These 3 Stunning Islands Are The Cheapest Destinations In Greece This Summer
    The country of 227 islands, home to some of the cleanest beaches bounded by some of the clearest waters in the Mediterranean basin, Greece is bound to surge in popularity further this summer, especially now that more nonstop flights from the States have been added. If you're thinking of popping 'round, but the prohibitive prices …
  • The Secret Is Out! Barely Any Tourists Visit This Affordable And Authentic European Country
    Europe is once again teeming with tourists now that the weather is warm enough for soft gelato and alfresco dinners, and as usual, the likes of Spain, France, and Italy are leading booking trends, thanks to their ancient culture and turquoise coastlines. However, there's something they don't warn you about Europe's power trio: they can …
  • Why You Should Visit This Lesser Known And Affordable Mediterranean Island This Summer
    Casual breakfast in a historic harbor town with cobbled streets dating back hundreds of years, verdant, orange tree-dotted hinterlands as far as the eyes can see, pistachio gelatos, and scenic coastal drives into blood-orange sunsets: soon enough, it will be summer in the Mediterranean. The ancient sea is expecting a record surge in visitors this …
  • 4 Affordable Cities That Are Like Rome But Will Have Less Crowds This Summer
    Dubbed the Eternal City, and indeed one of the world's oldest ones at that, 2,776 years old and counting, having survived the rise and fall of civilizations, Rome is a bucket list destination for millions of Americans heading to Europe. Sadly, no visit to Rome is exactly, well, stress-free. From the long wait lines at …
  • 5 Reasons Why You Should Visit This Underrated Turquoise Coast In Italy Instead Of Amalfi
    Famous for its rugged coastline, pastel-colored towns and beautiful sunsets, Amalfi is one of the trendiest holiday spots in Italy, but as anyone who's been to Positano or Atrani will be able to confirm, it can be prohibitively expensive – not to mention ridiculously crowded. It is the busiest destination in Italy, and as new …
  • These Are The Top 5 Destinations To Visit Mayan Ruins For 2024
    The Mayans may be an extinct civilization, but they continue to inspire awe well into the 21st century, with their pyramids, richly-decorated temples, monumental burial chambers and sprawling abandoned cities drawing in millions of travelers from all over the world. Contrary to popular belief, however, Mayan culture is not restricted to one country in particular: …
  • This Lesser-Known Island In Italy Has Pristine Beaches Like The Caribbean
    Italy is one of the top countries for Americans crossing the pond: it is home to world-famous landmarks like the Colosseum, the winding canals of Venice, the breathtakingly-beautiful cathedral of Milan and the list goes on, but not all Italian gems are getting half the praise they deserve. That is the case with Sardinia, an …
  • This European Hidden Gem With Turquoise Waters Is All The Rage This Summer
    Planning on heading to Mediterranean Europe this summer, but France's surging prices and the mass tourism in Italy keep putting you off? Maybe you've just been looking for that idyllic sunny break in all the wrong places: Tucked away in the Eastern side of the ancient sea, the resort city of Paphos, in the subtropical …
  • Why Digital Nomads Are Flocking To This Exciting City In Mexico
    Mexico is a primary destination for digital nomads globally, and it doesn't take you long to figure out why. Winters as we know them in the Northern Hemisphere, are pretty much a non-existent concept south of the border; the culture is vibrant and welcoming, and the cost of living is lower. While the likes of …
  • This Is The Cheapest All-Inclusive Beach Destination In Europe This Summer
    Europe is not your typical all-inclusive destination: unlike Mexico or the Caribbean islands, five-star, tout-compris resorts across the pond are not at the front of the tourism offer and can be rare to come upon, with prohibitive prices and more limited availability. On the other hand, they are the average American's favorite way to unwind …
  • This Lesser-Known Resort City In Italy Has Beautiful Beaches And It's Cheaper To Visit
    Home to historic cities over thousands of years old, an ever-extending list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites, the most out of any country, and gorgeous coastlines, Italy is the trendiest spot to be in Europe this summer, especially now that new Transatlantic flights are launching. The major downsides facing American visitors? Well, the crowding situation …
  • New Report Unveils The 5 Most Affordable Airlines For Summer Travel Across Europe
    While intra-European travel is still much more affordable compared to intra-U.S, ultra-cheap tickets are far rarer to come across now than they were five years ago, when flights from England to Spain would cost less than the airport commute, and it doesn't look like it's improving anytime soon: Ryanair CEO Michael O'Leary has again affirmed …
  • Why Digital Nomads Love This European Country Of Paradisaical Islands And Medieval Castles
    With Digital Nomad Visas launching in multiple countries, entry requirements for the category becoming more relaxed, and its unparalleled quality of life, getting to Europe seems to be the ‘end goal' of millions of remote workers right now. From the Atlantic beaches of Portugal all the way to the continent's Southeastern-most tip, in Bulgaria's up-and-coming …
  • 5 Incredible UK Destinations To Visit This Summer That Are Cheaper Than London
    London is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world. Riding on a red double-decker, posing with a telephone box, seeing the sprawling skyline from up the giant wheel by the Thames, and crossing Tower Bridge are all bucket list items for visitors. As great a city as it may be, however, London …
  • Americans Can Fly Nonstop To This Lesser Known European Country From 2 U.S. Cities
    Old Town strolls and soft gelato is the perfect recipe for summer, and everyone wants a taste of it, but in all of Europe's top tourist destinations, soaking up all the ancient culture comes with a crippling price, be it overpriced hotels, surging crowds, or even anti-tourist sentiment. Venice is requiring certain visitors to pay …
  • These Are 4 Of The Cheapest Beach Destinations In Latin America This Summer
    Summer is right round the corner, and if you've been dreaming of piña coladas by the seaside, basking in the sun in some tropical weather and colonial towns that exude charm, Latin America is likely to be at the top of your wishlist. Still, it's not like Cancun and its award-winning resorts are the cheapest …
  • Beat The Crowds: This Stunning Lesser-Known Croatian City Is Cheaper To Visit Than Dubrovnik
    From an overlooked cultural gem to a world-famous summer destination in only a small number of years, Dubrovnik is the city that best represents Croatia internationally right now: It's become synonymous with ‘King's Landing' among Game of Thrones fans, and it seems to be on every Europe-bound traveler's bucket list lately… result? The biggest crowds …
  • These 3 Gorgeous Islands In Spain Are Not Yet Ruined By Overtourism In 2024
    The Canary Islands may be the number one holiday spot in Spain right now, but that doesn't mean visitors are exactly welcome. Just recently, thousands took to the streets to protest the rising levels of tourism, as visitor crowds are expected to surge come summer. The seven-island Spanish archipelago in the Atlantic is widely popular …
  • These Are 5 Of Cheapest Cultural Destinations In Latin America For 2024
    Home to gorgeous colonial towns, nature preserves of outstanding beauty, and warm-hearted people who will go out of their way to make sure you feel welcome, Latin America is one of the leading destinations for Americans and Europeans right now. Not only is it a sunny getaway filled with natural and manmade wonders, but on …
  • Ancient Ruins & Turquoise Water: Europe's Cheap Summer Getaway Destination
    Southern Europe seems to be on everyone's radar this summer now that the weather is warmer, days are getting longer, and Transatlantic routes are relaunching to some of the region's most exciting destinations, from the Côte d'Azur down to Amalfi. What if we told you, however, that one of the trendiest sunny destinations in the …
  • This Tropical Island Has The Easiest Entry Requirements For Digital Nomads In Asia
    Famous for its tropical weather, affordable living and welcoming locals, Asia is one of the most popular destinations for digital nomads in 2024 However, the lack of preparedness to host long-term visitors, and in some cases, overly-strict visa rules have been known to pose problems. Alas, a majority of Asian countries only allow foreigners to …
  • Europe's Secret Destinations Revealed! 7 Hidden Gems To Visit This Summer
    Home to a wealth of architectural landmarks, cities that are thousands of years old, castles that could belong in a Disney classic, and coastal areas bounded by teal-colored waters, we can't think of anywhere better to be this summer than sunny Europe. On the downside, we're not exactly thrilled about the crowding, inflated prices, and …
  • These Are 5 Of The Cheapest Destinations In Türkiye For Digital Nomads
    Home to unspoiled beaches, ancient cities with origins lost to time and breathtaking nature, and being much cheaper than just about every competing country in the Mediterranean basin, Türkiye is one of the leading digital nomad destinations in the world. Due to its year-round warmer weather and budget-friendliness, it draws in millions of remote workers …
  • Affordable Cities And Incredible Culture: This European Country Is Perfect For Digital Nomads
    Are you a digital nomad considering moving to Europe in the near future? Forget about Italy and its overpriced cities. You'd be lucky to find a one-bedroom rent for less than $1,500 a month; never mind France and the influx of irregular migrants and associated crime surge; as for once-trendy Portugal, we'd advise you to …
  • This Affordable Country With Ancient Pyramids And Stunning Beaches Is Breaking Tourism Records
    Summer is right around the corner, and if you're still torn between beach and culture and can't decide whether it's the tropical Caribbean or the historically-charged Europe you should be headed for, we have a third equally gorgeous that combines both elements. Officially the leading destination in Africa, Egypt is stunning industry officials as it …
  • It's Official! The Maya Train From Cancun To Tulum Will Launch In August
    Ever since its debut last December, the Maya Train has revolutionized travel across the Mexican Caribbean, making it easier to get around the region, dealing a blow to the taxi monopoly, and bringing it in line with far-more developed tourist destinations. Contrary to initial expectations, however, the the train did not launch fully, and the …
  • This Island Named Best Beach Destination In Spain By National Geographic
    No other country can claim the title of world's summer capital but Spain. It has the balmiest temperatures, the longest uninterrupted sandy coastline anywhere in the Mediterranean basin, and it's essentially a tropical country disguised as European. Like, have you checked the temperatures in Costa Del Sol lately? Hint: it's already scorching hot. Spain has …
  • 5 Reasons Why You Should Visit This Lesser Known Beach Destination In Spain
    Whether it's for Barcelona's unfinished Sagrada Familia, Madrid's grand boulevards, Seville's postcard-ready Plaza de España, or even Tenerife's rugged natural beauty, there are many reasons why millions of Americans are flocking to Spain every year. Believe it or not, despite its immense popularity – it is the second-most visited country in Europe after France – …
  • 5 Reasons Why You Should Visit This Unexpected But Fascinating European Country This Summer
    Summer in Europe is mostly associated with romantic vespa rides into an Amalfi sunset, hopping around Greece's rugged islands, lounging by a pebbly beach in balmy Croatia, or even living it up in France's glitzy Saint-Tropez, but these are not only dreamy sunny getaways across the pond. Yes, a majority of the continent's sunniest destinations …
  • This Super Affordable Ancient Town Was Just Named Best Destination For Digital Nomads
    Affordability is a major factor digital nomads take into account when picking their next home base, but so are cultural wealth and tourist offerings. You don't want to move to a new foreign city and stay locked up in your Airbnb as there's nothing to see or do. Let's face it, though: it's not always …
  • You Can Live In These 4 Safe Latin American Cities For Less Than $2,000 A Month
    If you're a digital nomad hailing from a Western country, where the cost of living crisis is raging on, and you see your purchasing power decreasing by the day, Latin America is likely to be at the top of your travel wishlist in the near future. Not only does it offer a warmer climate and …
  • Unwind In Paradise: 4 Reasons Why Los Cabos Is The Ultimate Relaxation Destination
    Seeing that the average American gets between 7 to 11 days of paid vacation per year, it's hardly a surprise that, when deciding to go on an international vacation, it's Mexico they have in mind, or more specifically, the trendy resort zone of Los Cabos. One of the leading leisure destinations south of the border, …
  • 5 Reasons Why You Should Visit This Underrated Island Destination In France This Summer
    France may be the number one destination in the world, but that doesn't mean a majority of its 100 million yearly visitors are doing it justice. Paris is indeed beautiful, and summers in Côte d'Azur are nothing short of stellar, but there's a whole lot more they're missing out on. For instance, one of the …
  • These 5 European Countries Allow Digital Nomads To Stay In Europe For Longer
    Europe is every digital nomad's favorite playground: it's the one continent where you can easily cross borders hassle-free, experience different cultures, and see breathtaking, incredibly diverse sceneries while still traveling (somewhat) short distances. The only major downside to Europe? You can't stay for long at all, as a whopping 29 European countries apply the Schengen …
  • Europe's Secret Escape: Discover The Most Affordable Medieval City For 2024
    Europe is the go-to destination for every American traveler keen on sampling some ancient culture. It is where (nearly) all of the world's most iconic historical landmarks are found, from Rome's majestic Colosseum to Barcelona's unfinished Sagrada Familia, to Paris' storied Notre Dame. These may all be popular tourist attractions for the average culture buff, …
  • These Are The 4 Fastest Growing Destinations In Europe That Won't Break The Bank
    If you've been planning a Eurotrip this summer but you're suddenly taken aback by how expensive hotels are—not to mention the crowds that have already started forming—you may be wondering whether there are cheaper alternatives to the popular France-Italy-Spain trio. We're glad to report you don't necessarily need to break the bank to soak up …
  • This Lesser-Known Latin American City With Ancient Ruins Is Seeing Record Tourism
    Latin America is surging in popularity with American travelers now that they're letting go of their reservations and starting to question their preconceived notion of the ‘dangerous', ‘risky' Global South, and how mainstream media portrays it. From a beautiful, sprawling Mexico City down to the beaches of Rio de Janeiro, they are (re)discovering the subcontinent's …
  • Digital Nomads Can Live In These 5 Incredible Vietnam Cities For Under $1100 A Month
    Long gone are the days when Vietnam was a mysterious Southeast Asian country people would associate with communism or a war fought in the seventies. With its new openness to foreigners, tropical coast, breathtaking nature and low prices, it's become a leading destination in the region. This article is one of our Members-Only articles   …
  • Cuba Is Relaxing Rules For All International Travelers With New Electronic Visa
    One of the strictest countries to be a tourist in the world, the Caribbean cultural hotspot that is Cuba is finally easing entry rules for foreign guests. The country is launching a new electronic visa (or eVisa) this May that will make traveling there a lot easier, including for Americans. Cuba has been known for …
  • These Are The 3 Cheapest Summer Destinations In Europe To Visit For 2024
    Summer in Europe is right around the corner, and many of you have already started making plans and getting those reservations in before hotel rates and airfares go up. If you haven't booked your Paris hotel yet, it could already be too late. With the Olympic Games being held in France, more nonstop flights launching …
  • Mexico's Hidden Gems Unveiled! Take The New Maya Train To These 4 Colonial Cities From Cancun
    Cancun may be the number one tourist destination in the whole of Mexico, famous for its five-star resorts, powder-white sands hugged by teal-colored seas, and balmy weather, but it lacks something other Mexican destinations have in abundance: Cultural value. Unlike a majority of Mexican cities, it was not settled during the Mayan or post-Hispanic period, …
  • This Underrated Latin American Country With Ancient Ruins Is Shockingly Cheap!
    Guatemala is unlikely to feature on the average traveler's priority list. A majority of people are only somewhat aware of the country's existence, and those who have heard of it do not know an awful lot beyond, well, its name and the fact it's maybe located in Latin America. Sitting in the Central American isthmus, …
  • Americans Don't Need A Passport To Visit This Incredibly Trendy Latin City This Summer
    Latin America is every American's go-to destination for tropical weather, sampling world-class cuisine, and exposing themselves to a different – arguably warmer – culture, but no trip to the Global South is exactly a smooth ride. From minor details, such as ensuring there are enough blank pages left on your passport for entry stamps, to …
  • 5 Reasons Why This Underrated Region In Europe Is The Best Destination For Digital Nomads
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