The hardest part about packing for a trip is distinguishing what we want to bring from what we need to bring. As much as we would like to bring our whole wardrobe, all of our shoes, jewelry, accessories and gadgets, it really isn’t necessary to travel with things you won’t use. To help you decide, here are the top things you should make sure you don’t pack to make your suitcase lighter and more manageable.
The food alone is enough to make you want to travel to Italy! From the handmade pizza and pasta, to the fresh cheese and olive oil, travelers will never leave Italy hungry. The way Italy classifies eating establishments is unique and can leave visitors searching for answers if they aren’t sure what they are looking for. To help, we defined all the different types of places to eat in Italy and what to expect in each eatery.
By now you’ve seen images of Croatia; in guidebook, in articles about “Must-See Destinations”, fleeting glimpses of it standing in for King’s Landing on Game of Thrones. But no matter what you’ve seen or heard, it’s impossible to overestimate the stunning beauty of the walled city. With so many things to do in Croatia, here’s Intrepid Travel’s guide to a perfect 3 days in the Pearl of the Adriatic.
Here in the US, tipping is not optional in most circumstances, but every country in the world has different guidelines.
Because tipping rules vary by country, region, and place of business, it’s important to research your destination’s customs prior to any trip. And since there are no real ‘rules’, the etiquette of what countries you should tip in can get confusing. We put together a list of 11 top travel destinations and who you should tip and how much.