Whether it’s a full-time job or just a jet-setting hobby, there’s no one better to get travel advice from than the humble travel blogger!
Here are our five favourite wanderlust writers for the month:
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Award-winning British blogger Emily Luxton has travelled the world all over, from Africa to Antarctica, writing and photographing all of her incredible trips. You’ll also find packing tips, planning how-tos, hotel and restaurant reviews (such as her recent post on the luxurious Carlton President in Utrecht, Netherlands), and funny personal stories.
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Victoria Brewood, the blogger behind the popular Pommie Travels, is a bit of an expert when it comes to travelling – since 2008, she’s visited over 40 countries and shows no sign of slowing down.
Her blog is filled with her own tips and tricks she’s learnt (sometimes the hard way!), as well as extensive city guides and videos from her YouTube channel.
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Vicky Flip Flop Travels
Travel blogging – think it’s for you? Then head over to Vicky Flip Flop Travels to get real-life advice on making it in the blogging world. Vicky isn’t out to travel forever, instead she specialises in shorter holidays and festival trips. Reading her blog you almost feel as if you’re having a chat with a very travel-savvy friend!
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Heather On Her Travels
If you’re a bit past staying in hostels and partying in clubs until the sun comes up, then check out Heather On Her Travels. A mother from Bristol, Heather regularly travels with her friends and family all through the UK, Europe and the rest of the world.
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On the Luce
Lucy is a freelance editor and designer but is fortunate enough to squeeze in a bit of travel on the side. On the Luce is for travellers interested in ‘grown up backpacking with a touch of luxury’, with her guides focussing on how to do popular cities on a budget. Her recent post on St Germain in Paris combines beautiful photos with lots of free sights to see!
Do you have any travellers who you follow on their journey?