There is no shortage of travel-related advice on the internet. From social media platforms like Pinterest to bloggers ready to give their worldly knowledge, you can find out just about anything about traveling on the World Wide Web. But, there’s something about listening to podcasts that’s both informative and comforting, especially with a trip on the horizon.
Listen to these travel podcasts before, during, or after your travels!
Condé Nast’s very own travel podcast, Travelogue, dives into all that world traveling entails—proper hotel etiquette, what to expect on your first safari, and the basics of getting frequent flier miles. The podcasters also act as your very own travel agent, by offering location-specific episodes that lay out how to plan trips to Tokyo, Barcelona, and more international destinations.
If you’ve ever wondered what it’s like to quit your 9-5 and try out the nomad lifestyle, you may want to listen to Location Indie a few times first. There’s nothing like living vicariously through someone else, which is what this podcast is all about. Through short, digestible episodes, Location Indie breaks down what it takes to go on your own and live the nomad life.
Although this podcast ended last fall, there’s still an archive of episodes waiting for you to dive into before your next trip. Whether you want to learn more about how to become an expat or listen to stories from different travel experts on how to balance work and travel, Airplane Mode is the podcast for you.
Travis Sherry is the travel expert behind this light-hearted podcast that covers everything you need to know before making traveling part of your lifestyle. Him and his wide variety of guests give you Top 10 lists, how to travel full-time with a family, the basics to scoring cheap places to stay, and plenty more that will give you a plethora of knowledge to work with.
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