Points rich, cash poor: How to travel as a college student

The Points Guy

We’ve partnered with American Express to bring you personal finance news, advice and more. Check out Credit Intel, Amex’s financial education center, for more personal finance content. Between tuition, housing, books and other expenses, college students don’t have much, if any, discretionary spending to spend on travel. And between balancing classes, extracurricular activities and other... Continue Reading →

Lufthansa Review – Seats, Amenities, Customer Service, Baggage Fees & More

Upgraded Points

Lufthansa is Europe’s only airline to be awarded 5-star status by Skytrax, which assesses airlines by their quality and safety standards. With its main hub at Frankfurt Airport [FRA] in Frankfurt, Germany, Lufthansa is the largest European airline, serving destinations... read more The post Lufthansa Review – Seats, Amenities, Customer Service, Baggage Fees & More... Continue Reading →

10 of the Weirdest Towns You Could Ever See

Solo Travelers

Traveling makes humans more open to embracing both their differences and similarities, be more tolerant, and develop a wider perspective of the world we all live in. In the end, we remain very similar, yet each one of us is unique. You may have traveled a lot and visited many extraordinary people and places, but... Continue Reading →

10 of the Most Common Mistakes Solo Travelers Make

Solo Travelers

Many people prefer traveling solo, whether to enjoy solitude or new companionship. But when it comes to exploring the world alone, everyone keeps talking about the risks and dangers that might be lurking everywhere. Of course, it’s important to ensure your safety but you shouldn’t necessarily give up the amazing benefits of traveling all by... Continue Reading →

Are You Ready for REAL ID Requirements?

The Travel Journal

As a frequent traveler, upcoming REAL ID requirements will affect how you travel within the United States. You may no longer be able to pass through airport security with your current driver’s license. Instead, Transportation Security Administration (TSA) will require a form of REAL ID for domestic flights on federally regulated commercial aircraft. REAL IDs... Continue Reading →

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