Whether you love sea lions, sunbathing, or surfing, there’s a beach for everyone. Read on to discover our top ten picks.
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May marks the peak of Tulip season, and we’re crazy for tulips. We’re not alone! People are so enamored with these flowers, in fact, that there was an entire period in the Dutch golden age called Tulip Mania, or tulpenmanie.
London is home to some of the most beautiful, well-preserved parks and gardens in the world. Here are just a few can’t-miss spots.
With so much to discover in your Exchange city, it might feel like there’s not enough time to pack it all in. But a great way to experience local culture is to join in community celebrations, from concerts, to food festivals, to art shows and more. Here are some tips on how to find the best local events, wherever you are in the world.
With so much to see and do in Ireland, why would you want to spend your travel budget on lodging? When you use HomeExchange.com instead of paying for a hotel, you can spend it on the fun stuff!
Both “yes” and “no” can get confusing in Greece for native English speakers, as the Greek word for no, oxi, is pronounced “okey,” which is rather close for comfort to “OK” especially when you consider that neh means yes!
One of the many perks of home exchange travel is the ability to live like a local, so it’s a great idea to leave your guests a city guide with inside info on your area. Here are some tips for helping your Exchange partners make the most of their visit.
When learning a new language, there are many opportunities for embarrassment, but be careful about explaining this feeling to Spaniards. Anglophones may be tempted to say estoy embarazada in Spanish, but the phrase actually means, “I’m pregnant.”
There’s nothing quite like Christmas in New York City. From ice skating under the Rockefeller Christmas Tree to sipping hot apple cider while strolling around the Bryant Park Holiday Market, there’s holiday cheer wherever you look.
When you do a Home Exchange instead of staying in a hotel, you’ll have some additional funds to spend on your trip. And since you’re a seasoned traveler, you don’t want refrigerator magnets or keychains; you want to shop like a local. 1. Ask your…