The term “tourist” has a bad rap, and when it comes to international travel, it’s a bit of a problem.
For some people, the term means someone who travels to places for the sole purpose of seeing it for themselves.
For others, it means someone traveling for the purpose of spending money, whether that’s in the form of a hotel, plane ticket or other type of deal.
But how to avoid feeling like a tourist when traveling internationally?
That’s what one of us here at TravelAdvisor decided to explore in a new blog post.
In it, we share some tips on how to be “more of a tourism” when it come to your travels.
While we were busy writing this post, a lot of the information has already been published online, so if you want to get in touch with us or learn more about our travel tips, feel free to get involved.
To be a tourist, we’ve decided to include some information that is already on our travel blog.
In this post we’ve tried to provide a bit more detail than what we’ve previously shared.
Some of the tips below may not be universal for everyone, but they’ll help you avoid feeling overwhelmed when it’s time to book your first hotel, buy a plane ticket, or visit your favourite tourist destination.
We’ve also included some general tips about the different types of tourist travel we’ve experienced, and some of the ways to make your journey less stressful.