What are the best travel blogs?

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    #1Nomadic Matt

    Nomadic Matt
    Nomadic Matt is a staple in the travel blog scene. His blog is useful if you're overwhelmed by all the travel information on the web, and want to find proven step by step tips and tricks that will save you time a money on your next travel adventure.


    Cheshta Gavde
    Written on September 12, 2017
    "It is a great blog for those who want to travel. There are tons of books specific to each country that you might want to visit. There are tips and tricks on traveling cheap. It has good recommendations for travel based on age, gender, and availability of money. It is definitely a must to check out if you are planning on traveling anywhere. "
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    #2Lost With Purpose

    Lost With Purpose
    Lost With Purpose is a blog by Alex and Sebastiaan, a twenty-something couple from the United Stated and the Netherlands, traveling through unexpected countries and providing helpful tips and guides for each place they visit.


    Leonardo Amador
    Written on September 12, 2017
    "I love to travel, but I don't always have the time and money to travel myself. The next best thing is reading travel writing. This blog, Lost with Purpose, has useful tips and pointers about travel to various far-flung locales, including Pakistan and Iran. I highly recommend it."
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    #3Landcruising Adventure

    Landcruising Adventure
    Landcruising Adventure is a travel blog by Karin-Marijke and Coen. They've traveled through Asia, South America, and the Far East in their Land Cruiser. If you'd like to travel slowly, staying in places and connecting with people, then you'll find this blog useful.


    Christopher Owens
    Written on March 25, 2017
    "This travel blog has been an invaluable resource for me and my partner to gather information and read engaging stories about traveling. Before we set off on our world journey this was our go to place for getting a feel for what we could expect. Karin-Marijke and Coen are insightful and live a fantastic and interesting life which really comes through in their writing. "
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    #4Culinary Backstreets

    Culinary Backstreets
    Want to discover the food that the locals eat? Then you should take a look at Culinary Backstreets travel blog. You'll find free information about hidden culinary gems in many cities, as well as guided culinary walks (but you have to pay for those).


    Wayne Harper
    Written on February 13, 2017
    "The usual travel blog just covers things you'd want to see when you're on an epic road trip, but Culinary Backstreets is different. It takes you through all of the little hole in the wall joints that serve the best of the best, handed down for generations cuisine that you just can never quite duplicate at home. It doesn't stop there though - through these little family businesses they also bring you the human stories behind them, which is endlessly interesting. They also make me hungry every time I read an article."
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    travelFREAK is an adventure travel blog by Jeremy Scott Foster that shares stories, tips, travel hacks, and beautiful photographs from all around the world. If you like adventure travel, you'll enjoy this site.


    Steven Walters
    Written on May 24, 2017
    "I think it is a great little travel blog. The blog follows Jeremy and all of the places that he travels. He provides various information that is helpful for inexperienced travelers looking to get started. You can also enjoy the blog if you don't plan to travel at all. "
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    #6That Backpacker

    That Backpacker
    That Backpacker is a blog by Audrey Bergner that focuses on helping you travel in a way that suits your budget and lifestyle. Explore it for inspiration and tips for your own adventures.


    Eugene Mendoza
    Written on September 12, 2017
    ""That Backpacker" is a good travel blog, though it does not stand out a lot from other alternatives, so whether you'll really love it is a matter of taste. That said, the author has been to a variety of places and is an above average writer and quite the photographer. There's just a lot of other alternatives in this category that may or may not really appeal to you."
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    #7This Is The Place I Was Telling You About

    This Is The Place I Was Telling You About
    This Is The Place I Was Telling You About is a travel blog by R'el Dade and Marcus Lloyd, two Texans who love photography, traveling, coffee, and great food. Check it out if you like minimalistic design, and beautiful photo content.


    Joe Sims
    Written on January 28, 2017
    "This is the Place I was Telling You About is a wonderful travel blog. I personally enjoy reading the author's take on traveling and types of food. The user posts many pictures of food, as can be seen by the recent trip to East Village."
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    #8Girl vs Globe

    Girl vs Globe
    Girl vs Globe focuses on responsible travel, with sections about sustainable fashion and veggie food. If you're into traveling without harming the planet, then you'll like this travel blog.


    Heather Nichols
    Written on June 26, 2017
    "A blogger who travels to many, many places and shares her experience in tours, food, culture, and just about everything else. She's quirky, cute and funny and it's just an overall enjoyable thing to read in your downtime."
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    Migrationology is a blog ideal for the foodie traveler as it follows traveler and blogger Mark Wiens as he crosses the globe to eat and explore. Check it our if you're looking for food and travel tips.



    Dong Fang
    Written on January 18, 2017
    "Migrationology is actually one of the best travel blogs I have ever visited. Food is something that everyone can connect with. Unlike language, it's universal. This site displays travel and food in a way that makes you wish you were there. You instantly want travel. You instantly want to eat. This is your spot for food advice on any travel."
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    #10My Itchy Travel Feet

    My Itchy Travel Feet
    At My Itchy Travel Feet, The Baby Boomer’s Guide to Travel, Donna and Alan Hull travel the world recording their experiences so that boomers know exactly what to expect on their next trip. Since May 2008, the Montana couple have reported on active travel adventures all over the world.


    Thomas Hernandez
    Written on September 20, 2017
    "I'm a big fan of travel blogs which do more than simply provide diary entries of journeys that others have made. My Itchy Travel Feet offers personal accounts of recent trips to some far-flung destinations, but the real heart and soul of the site is to my mind the tips they offer for seasonal travel. I'll be checking out their entries on leaf-peeping trips and Fall national park hikes before I set out on my own adventures in the autumn. "


Best What are the best travel blogs
1Nomadic MattWebsites 13 Free
2Lost With PurposeWebsites 11 Free
3Landcruising AdventureWebsites 8 Free
4Culinary BackstreetsWebsites 7 Free
5travelFREAKWebsites 6 Free
6That BackpackerWebsites 5 Free
7This Is The Place I Was Telling You AboutWebsites 4 Free
8Girl vs GlobeWebsites 3 Free
9MigrationologyWebsites 2 Free
10My Itchy Travel FeetWebsites 0 Free

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