I’ve spent a lot of time planning and booking travel around the globe. Time spent searching for the best deals, reading reviews, figuring out local transportation and mapping routes. So much time, in fact, I want to use my knowledge to make your planning and booking experience easier. I am not sponsored by any of these companies. All companies listed are companies I personally chose to use, and therefore, I can recommend their services to you. These companies have made my life easier while being on the road, and they continuously offer great deals and services – something I’m on board with!


Skyscanner is literally my go-to for booking any flights. I’m obsessed with the option to go “Everywhere”.

This mega-website is much more than cheap flight options.

OneTravel often has great deals on vacation packages. It’s a great place to start for booking group travel.


Booking.com is my absolute favorite place to look when booking accommodation. They’ve got the widest range of options from hostels to apartments to five-star resorts.

I love the ability to collect reward nights through Hotels.com’s awesome rewards program.

HotelsCombined is an easy to use accommodation search engine that guarantees pricing.

Airbnb is usually the last place I look, but there are sometimes decent deals.

My motto is: If all else fails, check out Travelocity. They have everything.


Although based in Barcelona, Vueling offers countless budget flights around Europe – hand luggage included!

easyJet is another fantastic way to hop around Europe on a budget with many different routes offered.

Whether Ryanair has a bad reputation or not, it’s undeniable how cheaply you can get around Europe when flying with them.

FlixBus dominates most bus routes in Europe – and for cheap. Their buses are comfortable and usually have working WiFi.

When traveling to or from Czech Republic, Student Agency is a great option for ground travel.

Traveling via train is essential for a true European experience. Begin your search and plan your route with Rail Europe.

Road trips are the best, and Auto Europe has the best deals for car rentals in Europe. Make sure you have your international driving license!

Omio is a great resource for comparing prices between ground travel and air travel in Europe.

If you’re tight on time, City Sightseeing is a great (and affordable!) way to see a city’s top highlights.


Qatar is easily the best airline I’ve ever flown on. Desperate for their luxury experience, I always check their site for deals.

I particularly like Expedia for discovering fun tours and day trips.

If you’re traveling alone, but don’t want to go alone, Contiki is the best resource for exploring group-based travel excursions.

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