What can the slow traveler learn from Aesop’s old Greek fable “The Tortoise and The Hare”? As it turns out the slow traveler can learn plenty. It’s a simple little tale with a strong message for those wishing to slow down and change their travel lifestyle.
You do not have to devote a crazy amount of time to a destination to call it slow travel. You can slow travel in a week, a day, a year or even a few hours. Follow these 4 steps to slow things down and change the way, you travel for the better.
We saved hundreds of dollars on one month of cellphone data in the UK. Read how we did it.
St. Andrews is a beautiful coastal town in Scotland most known for its world famous golf course. But even if you don’t golf, there is still so much to do. We have put together a list of 9 unique and offbeat things to do in St. Andrews–no golf clubs required!
Six miles outside of St. Andrews in Scotland, lies a plain brick home in the middle of an open grass field. To the unsuspecting eye, nothing seems out of place but to those in the know, it’s hiding a huge war secret.
There are so many things to do on Skye, but did you know there are some hidden treasures on and around the Isle of Skye? We have uncovered 8 amazing ones for you!
Slow traveling means taking the time to find the hidden gems a city has to offer. The Jewish Ghetto or Jewish Quarter in Rome is one of those treasures. It is steeped in history and a perfect place to relax and soak in the culture.
Being authentic simply means being true to yourself and your beliefs. As slow travelers, we try to live that lifestyle every day. Taking it slow, making connections, and saving the planet is a huge part of the slow travel lifestyle. What better way to do that than to use public transportation.
Don’t be afraid to change how you travel. Slow travel allows you to be fully present in your experience. This easy guide outlines 6 simple steps to help you choose your next slow travel destination.
As slow travelers, we are always looking for ways to enrich our journey. What better way than to cook our own meals with locally sourced food.