Choose an article from Travel Tips...

Travel Tips: house sitting to save money

You’ve got your flights or your transport booked all you need to do now is find a roof over your head. Camping might not suit everyone and your budget might not stretch to a hotel…

Posted on: December 7th in Travel, Travel Tips by .

Must-see cities on the European train route

Have you been tossing around the idea of traveling around Europe for a while? Do it by train. Train travel eliminates the hassles of airport security, lost baggage, and multi-hour journeys in those cramped, uncomfortable aircraft seats…

Posted on: July 15th in Travel, Travel Tips by .

How not to throw your money away when travelling – 10 cash saving tips

Travelling doesn’t always mean having to spend wads of cash – there are ways to save money on your next trip without turning into a miser. Here are 10 money saving travel tips which will ensure you’re not throwing money away unnecessarily…

Posted on: June 28th in Travel, Travel Tips by .

You know you’re in the UK when…

Anybody who has visited the UK know that that Great Britain has its very unique set of traditions, customs and idiosyncrasies – some which although perfectly charming can seem pretty surreal to an overseas visitor. Having spent a few years studying in the UK, here’s what I learned…

Posted on: April 24th in Travel, Travel Tips by .

Travel tips: Never pay for a hotel again

For many, travel is a favorite hobby. Unfortunately, most people don’t do it nearly as often as they like due to economic constraints. With higher flight prices, weak currencies, and salaries that aren’t rising, everyone is looking for ways to stretch their budget when traveling…

Posted on: January 29th in Travel, Travel Tips by .

Travel tips: visiting expensive cities on a budget

Cities by their very nature are where it is happening. However, with city buzz, tourists have also come to expect a higher holiday expenditure. Londoners who work in England’s capital for example can expect to receive a higher salary to help with the high cost of living associated with calling London home, but what about tourists who are keen to experience a bit of city life on a country or suburb budget?

Posted on: January 22nd in Travel, Travel Tips by .

12 cheap spa & wellness hotels around the world

For a healthy and blissful start to 2012 why not start planning your spa or detox breaks? Although spa and wellness centre hotels are not known for their good value prices – but there are a few exceptions.

Posted on: January 1st in Travel, Travel Tips by .

11 of the most romantic things to do in California

We have just celebrated GlobalGrasshopper’s second year anniversary so to mark the occasion we have decided on a post taking us back to where it all started. From sea-kayaking around remote islands to dining alfresco along the Malibu coast there’s no shortage of romantic things to do in California. Here are some of our favourites…

Posted on: November 14th in Travel, Travel Tips by .

5 luxury holidays that combine adventure and relaxation

As a special two-parter, we’re looking at aspirational travel destinations on which to spend your hard earned cash. Many people have trouble deciding on whether they want a holiday filled with adventure and activity or total rest and relaxation? Well some travel destinations actually combine the best of both worlds in one trip…

Posted on: November 6th in Travel, Travel Tips by .

10 of the best places to visit in Asia for relaxation and meditation

If you’re looking for rest and relaxation Asia is a perfect travel destination. From the serenity of the Great Wall of China to the luscious confines of the Forbidden City…

Posted on: October 23rd in Travel, Travel Tips by .
 Page 1 of 3  1  2  3 »