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Rick Steves is America’s most respected authority on European travel, empowers Americans to have European trips that are fun, affordable, and culturally broadening. In 1976, he started his business, Rick Steves’ Europe, headquartered in Edmonds, Washington, near Seattle. There he produces a best-selling guidebook series, a popular public television show, a weekly public radio show, a syndicated travel column, and free travel information available through his travel center and Rick Steves’ Europe also runs a successful small-group tour program taking 30,000 travelers to Europe annually.

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Brooke Saward is “a solo traveller in search of good wine, food and a cushy place to rest my head. I’ve been sleeping in hotels for the past 7 years, just enough time to go slightly insane or pour all of my efforts into this passion project. You decide.”

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Adam Groffman is a hipster travel blogger & one-time graphic designer. On his travel blog, you’ll find gay stories, nightlife tips, photos, and all-too-personal essays from my adventures around the world.

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Shannon Kircher began documenting her travels in 2009 on her former site, The Traveling Scholar, and six years later transitioned her globetrotting experiences to this website. She hopes you find inspiration, information and insight in her corner of the world.

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Wanderlust Crew has been traveling the world for the last twelve years. The family of six focuses on family-friendly, fun,and educational travel while creating beautiful content for their
dedicated community. Their goal as travelers is to encourage other families to reach outside their comfort zones and realize that travel is possible and even vital!

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Kash Bhattacharya is an expert in Euro travel and has been travelling in style on a budget and challenging people to think differently about budget travel.


Kiersten, better known as Kiki, is a California native, is The Blonde Abroad is the go-to website for solo and female travel around the world– for all women, by women.

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Not only has Meg Ten Eyck been an LGBT blogger since 2012, but she was awarded the title of International Woman of the Year for Facebook’s initiative with Girl Gone International in 2019. She is also an LGBT brand ambassador for Contiki. On top of that, she created EveryQueer Magazine to support LGBT Travel. Truly an amazing LGBT traveler you’ll want to check out/ follow.

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Written by Stefan and Sebastien, a gay couple behind the travel blog Nomadic Boys. They have been traveling the world together since 2014 after quitting their jobs and lives in London.

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A Blog About Adventure and City Travel in Europe written by Maria from Sofia, Bulgaria.

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Written by Heather from Bristol, UK. This is where you’ll find travel inspiration for the 50+ traveler looking for an authentic travel experience with a little luxury.


One Globe. No Regrets. Since 2010…Written by Dani, a travel addict who quit her corporate job in 2010 to travel the world, and her partner Jessica, who she met in Germany in 2006.