Want to ensure your experience abroad is rewarding for everyone involved and you aren’t perpetuating the stereotype of The Ugly American—a loud, rude, critical, self-centered tourist? Being a respectful traveler comes down to two things: education and, of course, respect.
This week’s Postcard Press Pick is The Tea Girl of Hummingbird Lane by Lisa See, a beautifully-written, culturally-enriching novel. Warning: It will pique your wanderlust.
If you avoid those clichéd Spring Break destinations, you can find diverse and exciting options for a more fulfilling experience. Postcard Press has done some of the legwork for you and put together a list of six destinations perfect for spring travel.
Here at Postcard Press, we’re big on UNESCO World Heritage Sites. These cultural and natural landmarks can be found all over the world and give visitors a glimpse into the history and traditions of a country and its people.
The popular hashtag #MyDomaineTravels shows highlights of different regions by travelers, and helping readers narrow down their bucket lists!
Every four years, the Winter Olympics is a winter experience like no other. Filled with a variety of exciting and death-defying winter sports, this two-week event is actually a thrilling way to immerse yourself in the host country as well as learn about world cultures.
Sam would like to share her travel bucket list. Check out the places she wants to visit in the next few years and share where your own bucket list while you’re at it!
Whether you enjoy the cold weather or prefer year-round warmth, here are eight winter experiences around the globe that you may want to add to your travel bucket list
The Postcard Press team recently learned about Logan Paul’s trip to Japan, and we’re not too happy about what we saw.
Postcard Press takes a look at some exciting places to ring in the New Year around the world, and some of the local traditions.