RESOURCES

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Booking Accommodations

Hotels

The first thing I book when I plan a trip is accommodation.

Housesitting

I do housesitting a lot while traveling, I love the authentic feeling of living in someone else’s home and having a day-to-day life with cute pets. It’s perfect for a digital nomad live-style when you work while you travel.
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Here’s where I book my tours!

Viator

I love doing day tours with Viator, the knowledgeable guides know exactly where to go and share interesting information about the destinations. You can also do amazing boat tours, walking tours, or other travel experiences.

Get Your Guide

Get Your Guide is another great platform for booking activities. Sometimes Get Your Guide has activities available Viator doesn’t have. I’ve done tours with both companies and they all have been great.

Book a Flight or Rent a Car!

Skyscanner

Find the cheapest flights using Skyscanner. I use it every time I book a flight. You can also set price alerts for the lowest fares on any airline.

DiscoverCars

Renting a car is the best option if you want to explore more of the countryside and smaller towns. You have the freedom to go wherever you want whenever you want.

Minimalist packing list

Here’s a Tip!

A lot of times tickets are cheaper during the week than on weekends!

Public Transportation

Trainline

Trainline is a great platform to book your international train journeys. You do have to pay a small service fee but it’s worth it for the convenience.

Omnio: Train or Bus

If you’re not sure yet if you want to take a train or a bus, Omnio is the right platform for you. You can easily compare bus and train times and prices.

Start packing!

packing Tips

Check out my fREE Packing guides!

No matter where you go and how long for, one small backpack is all you need. Don’t believe me? Check out these packing lists and start traveling as a minimalist.