This Month’s Travel Content Roundup

We’ve gathered and shared travel content from around the web. As always, you can follow us on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, & Pinterest to get news when we post our travel content.

Below are some of our travel content:

10 Of The Best Hotel Welcome Drinks

“Some say it’s the journey that counts, but most of the time, the best part of vacation is the arrival. And what better way to mark the start of a holiday than with a cocktail? These 10 hotels and resorts really know how to welcome a guest—with cool drinks, gratis of course.” Read More…

Art And Travel: The “Authenticity” Of Seeing Art In Person

“I think we can agree that there’s an almost inexplicable draw of the original artwork that makes us want to travel to dialogue with it in person. When there is only one authentic work, there’s an exclusivity to this privilege, one that we want to experience but we also want to boast about through the way we share our experiences online (like with museum selfies).” .

Bear Hollow Cabin

Rooftop Views: The World From Above – In Pictures

“A selection of dizzying shots of famous cities and little-known towns submitted to photo-sharing site for its monthly competition”

See the Best Photos From Astronaut Scott Kelly’s 8th Month in Space

“Astronaut Scott Kelly just passed the eight-month mark in his yearlong stay aboard the International Space Station. Here is a collection of the best photos he’s snapped this month.” 

10 Tips for Capturing the Essence of a Rainforest

“Australia is home to some of the most extensive areas of subtropical rainforest in the world. These protected environments are often the highlight of many international visitors who travel thousands of kilometers to experience the unique flora and fauna. The best part about these geological wonders is that there’s always something new to discover and they make ultimate subjects for nature photographers.” 

Keep Your Home Safe on Vacation: 9 Essential Tips

“Murphy’s Law for travelers: If anything can go wrong, it will go wrong while you’re on vacation — which is arguably the worst time a household calamity can strike. Coming home from your honeymoon, African safari or Mediterranean cruise can be gloomy. But returning from a memorable journey and learning something has gone seriously wrong at home can be downright devastating.”

I Captured the Beauty of the Netherlands in 20 Photos

“Over the years I’ve done a lot of travelling, but I always came back to my home country, the Netherlands. Being completely flat, having no mountains, no rocks, no skyscrapers, no good weather (usually), no super dark skies at night because of light pollution, I always feel a bit down when I come back from “spectacular” countries.”

Infiniti’s Breathtaking “DREAM ROAD” 360 Degree Video

“Traveling from Norway to the Italian Alps, then to Morocco and back again, “Dream Road” (which debuted at the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance) is a breathtaking virtual reality ride in the Infiniti Q60 Concept car. Covering close to 3,500 miles in the next gen coupe, the route in the film is impossible to recreate in a day, but the team behind the concept have made it an experience in which we can all partake.”

Seven Unknown Architectural Wonders

“Forget the Taj Mahal and the Colosseum – some of the world’s most impressive structures remain out of the public eye.”

4 Decade-Themed Road Trips You Can Take This Summer

“Time to hit the open road in the good ol’ USA. Pick your favorite decade, and turn to when you need to find a spot to rest for the night. Tons of accommodations, and it’s super easy to use.”

How To Travel The World As A Social Media Influencer

“Megan Jerrard has been traveling the world since 2007, visiting 45 countries across six continents so far. She has snorkeled with sea turtles and sea lions in the Galapagos Islands, summited Mt. Kilimanjaro and rode Bolivia’s notorious “Death Road” on a mountain bike.”

Take a 3D (or 2D) Tour of the International Space Station

“You no longer have to be a real astronaut to visit the International Space Station thanks to the advent of space tourism, but you do need pretty deep pockets. For those of us who can’t afford the trip, the European Space Agency has created an experience not unlike a Hollywood blockbuster.”