10 Best Travel Blogs

It is no secret that I love traveling. After being abroad for 3 months, I can most definitely say that this has turned out to be true. I love exploring new places, crossing things off my bucket list, and experiencing new cultures.

But as much I wish I could travel all-day, every day, it’s just not possible. Whether it is because of a lack of time or money, I can’t be on the road all the time. So that’s why I resort to living vicariously through other people. Nowadays, thanks to the Internet, I can roam the streets of Paris, explore the Gizeh Pyramids in Egypt, or climb Mount Everest all from the comfort of my own home.

Are you looking for inspiration for your next adventure? These 10 travel blogs are my favorite and will help you fulfill your wanderlust and plan your next trip!

But there are are thousands of travel bloggers on the Internet, so it can be hard to find the best ones, the ones you’ll truly connect with. That’s why I rounded up my 10 favorite travel blogs that will not only allow you to fulfill your wanderlust, but that will also help you plan your next adventure!

1. Brooke Saward from World of Wanderlust

Brooke is one of the first travel blogs I’ve followed. She has traveled all around the world and even wrote her own book called World of Wanderlust! She’s a super genuine, down-to-earth kind of girl, and all of her blog posts make want to hop on a plane ASAP. If you’re looking for travel inspiration and advice, she’s your gal! She is one of my go-to resources when it comes to traveling!

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2. Helene Sula from Helene in Between

I’ve mentioned Helene as one of my favorite bloggers for women in their 20s before, but I couldn’t go by without mentioning her again. Ever since she moved to Heidelberg, Germany with her husband Michael and their two dogs, I have loved following her on both her Instagram and her blog. She has been on some pretty amazing trips and has traveled around most of Europe. Her posts are incredibly well written, her pictures are absolutely gorgeous, and all of her advice is spot-on. Reading Helene’s posts feel like you’re catching up with your best friend after she’s come home from a trip! She is super relatable, and I’m sure you’ll love getting lost in her words. She also has TONS of Instagram and blogging advice, if that’s more your cup of tea. 😉

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3. Sabina Trojanova from Girl vs Globe

I actually find Sabina through Instagram! (Seriously, you NEED to follow her if you aren’t already! Click here to see her account.) I thought her pictures were gorgeous and I just loved reading her captions. I felt like I was following her along on her adventures! Later on, I realized that she also had a blog and a YouTube channel, where she goes more in-depth about her various trips and adventures. Sabina is a super inspiring person – she’s currently spending 5 months in Africa on a project with the European Commission!

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4. Kiersten Rich from The Blonde Abroad

Kiersten used to work in corporate finances before she left her job to travel the world (and blog about it!). Since then, she has traveled all around the globe. Kiersten will inspire you every day to live a life you love, and her story is nothing short of inspiring (Seriously, go read it now!). She is a great resource not only for travel advice and recommendations, but she also tackles everything study abroad-related. Having studied abroad in Spain herself while in college, she knows what it’s like and will give you the best advice to help you go through this amazing experience. Bonus: all of her pictures are stunning!

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5. The College Tourist

If you’re looking for anything about studying abroad, I’d highly recommend you check out The College Tourist. It’s a website written for students, by students. Wherever in the world you’ll be for your semester abroad, chances are, somebody else has been there before. I spent hours perusing their website before I left for England, and they have tons of resources, travel guides, and advice not only on all things travel, but also everything that is regarding life abroad and preparing yourself for this adventure. You can even get published on their site if you feel up to it!

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6. Catalina from Miss Adventures Abroad

I found Catalina’s blog while I was prepping for my semester abroad, and I’m so glad I did! For starters, her blog is absolutely stunning! But aside from that *minor* detail, she also has some pretty awesome travel guides and study abroad advice! Catalina studied abroad herself in Florence, Italy while she was in college, and she loved it so much that she went back to work as a student travel guide! Needless to say, she’s a MUST if you’re planning to travel to Florence! Most recently, she has moved to Sevilla in Spain to work as a language and culture teaching assistant. I’ve just loved following her adventures, and I’m sure you will too! This girl is a literal ray of sunshine.

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7. Molly O’Connor from Molly on the Move

Molly is one of my favorite persons, pointblankperiod. She’s the kind of girl I wish I was friends with – she’s such a ray of sunshine! She’s always so positive, and her blog reflects that just perfectly. It’s so colorful! Molly touches an array of topics, one of which is travel. If you’re in Dallas, Molly is your resource! She’s also traveled to Europe (another girl who studied abroad! This time in Copenhagen, Danemark) and throughout the United States. If you’re looking for food recs for your next trip, Molly is your girl! Molly’s blog is very upbeat and is bound to put a smile on your face and put you in a good mood.

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8. Ashley Fleckenstein from Ashley Abroad

If you’re looking for down-to-earth advice and ways you can travel with next to no money in your bank account, look no further! Ashley has been writing her blog, Ashley Abroad, for years now, and she has a lot of travel experience under her belt. Three weeks after her graduation, Ashley moved to Paris to work as an au pair. She then traveled around the globe, and she’s now living her best life in Africa. Needless to say, Ashley knows what she is talking about!

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9. Travelettes

The Travelettes are a group of female travelers, writers, and photographers sharing their adventures online from all over the globe. If you need inspiration for your next adventure, the Travelettes’ website is a must for every female traveler! And the best part? You can contribute too! If you have a traveling story or you want to share your experience abroad, you can submit your piece to their website and get a chance to be featured. Travelettes is a website written for women by women.

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10. Audrey from That Backpacker

If you want travel tips that fit your budget and lifestyle, Audrey is your girl! She covers all kinds of locations and types of travel, whether that is backpacking through Europe or spending time at an all-inclusive resort. Like most bloggers, she started hers as her hobby during college, traveling every free moment she had. She has now turned her passion into her full-time job!

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If you’re looking for inspiration for your next adventure, wherever in the world you are thinking, one of these travel bloggers must have you covered! They are my favorites, but there are also SO many other travel blogs out there (including mine, hehe), so you’re bound to find what you are looking for.

What are your favorite travel blogs?

P.S. – If you want more inspiring blogs to follow, you can check out my 10 favorite college blogs, my top 10 favorite bloggers, and my 10 favorite blogs for women in their 20s!