How Easy Is It to Travel the American Midwest without a car?

How Easy Is It to Travel the Midwest by Trains and Buses?

Exploring the American Midwest without a car sounds like a challenge. Here is my journey through America’s heartland by bus and train. Public transportation in Europe is a marvel of efficiency, connecting even the smallest towns with regular, reliable service (It’s really amazing no matter how much Germans like to complain). As a European traveler, […]

The Perfect Guide for First-Time Foodies in Louisiana

The Perfect Guide for First-Time Foodies in Louisiana

Dive into the rich and diverse flavors of Louisiana with this ultimate guide for first-time foodies. Louisiana cuisine stands out from the rest of the United States with its unique blend of French, Spanish, African, and Native American influences. The result is a tantalizing array of flavors that range from spicy and savory to sweet […]

Most Interesting Plantations to Visit in Louisiana

Most Interesting Plantations to Visit in Louisiana

From gorgeous mansions to places where history takes a toll on you, these are some of the plantations you should visit if you travel to Louisiana Exploring Louisiana’s River Road is like stepping back in time. This scenic drive from New Orleans to Lafayette is lined with grand plantations that offer a window into the […]

How To Plan A Road Trip In Louisiana

How to Plan a Road Trip in Louisiana

Planning a road trip in Louisiana means diving into a journey filled with rich history, vibrant culture, and unforgettable food. Louisiana offers a road trip experience like no other. With its blend of French, Spanish, African, and Native American cultures, the state is a melting pot of traditions and flavors – way different that any […]

Chasing Tacos in Texas – Which are the best?

Following the Taco Route in Texas

If you have to eat only tacos for the rest of your life, Texas is the place to live. I went on a “Taco-journey”and found out why tacos are considered a cult. “You can’t pray if you haven’t heard from God yet”. That’s what my friend Steve from California said while we were tasting the […]

Exploring Big Bend National Park in Texas

Hiking routes at Big Bend National Park -Road trip Texas

Remote, desertic, hot and adventurous. The Big Bend National Park is a jewel in Texas and the perfect place to disconnect from modern life Known as one of the last remaining wild corners of the United States, the Big Bend National Park is too far to simply drive by, too isolated to live nearby and […]

Worst YELP reviews for U.S. National Parks (and a twist)

Worst YELP reviews for U.S. National Parks

Graphic illustrator Amber Share made travel posters for U.S. National Parks based on their worst YELP reviews When American graphic illustrator Amber Share found out that every single one of the 62 national parks in the United States have at least 1-star review on Yelp, she decided to illustrate these reviews and at the same […]

How Philadelphia sets an example as the “Mural Capital of the World”

Theatre of Life mural by Meg Saligman, photo by Bryan Lathrop for PHLCVB (2)

While in most cities around the world street art is considered an act of vandalism,at the Mural Capital of the World, Philadelphia, is used to change lives. The street art in Philadelphia is simply more than painting walls. It was my first afternoon in Philadelphia, I just arrived from Germany and decided to go for […]

Tips for your first time in Las Vegas

Author: James Ruhle While The Strip is what brings people to Vegas, to begin with, the older part of the city off the glitzy tourist path is well worth a visit Vegas is one of the top vacation destinations in the world. If a bunch of overstressed and overworked Americans are going to build a […]

7 ways to save money while traveling in the United States

by: Aura Jimenez United States have deserts, mountains, snow peaks and many other landscapes to leave you speechless. For that reason it sounds crazy that a country with so many different places is not a hotspot for backpacking. I guess that big distances, relatively expensive prices and not such a big travel culture, makes a […]