Dream vacation for little money: 7 tips

There is a common misconception among would-be jet-setters that traveling around the world is impossible unless you have an unlimited credit card limit (and someone who will pay you off!). Fortunately, that is not true. Certainly, traveling costs money, but there are plenty of ways to save the wallet. Here are our 7 best tips on how to plan a dream vacation with little money in your pocket.

Daytrip: 2 hours in Bath

Natural hot springs? Check off. Impressive stone buildings, from the stone surrounding fractures? Check off. Majestic structures that inspired novelist jane austen to write "pride and prejudice"? Definitely tick off. If it's a piece of old british charm you're looking for, then bath is a hit in every way. Located in the heart of the english southwest, it is an oasis of antiquated nobility and can be reached from london's paddington station in just two hours by direct train. It is only a short bus ride away from the bustle of bristol. Two hours may seem too short to visit bath, but if you're smart, time is enough to catch the best of what this impressive city has to offer.

Coffee Cult: 5 of the best cafes in Berlin

Sophisticated, hip cafes can be found in Berlin on every corner. This is mainly due to the young and relaxed atmosphere that made Berlin a Mecca for those who want to open a café and offer the busy Berliners delicious coffee and delicious snacks. No wonder that you have so much choice in the German capital as probably nowhere else in the world!

Chicago in winter: 5 things you should do

Chicago radiates a certain cultural coolness throughout the year, capturing the spirit of the Midwestern United States. From tall skyscrapers to stuffed pizzas and comedy clubs, not even the winter cold can stop the "Windy City" (as Chicago is also called). So grab your scarf and mittens and head for the journey through the white winter wonderland

Airbnb or hotel: what's better when traveling?

After a long air journey, the plane finally lands. You stretch your legs, rub your eyes and look out the window to get an impression of the surroundings. As you shuffle into the airport, you feel like you've spent the night in the trunk of a small car. There's a long line to go before customs, but at last you can take your bag off the line and go to the exit. You stop the next taxi and you're on your way home to your home away from home. But where the taxi driver takes you depends on where you decided to book your accommodation.