Book Review

Travel Hacks

Travel Hacks

  • Author: Keith Bradford
  • Genre: Nonfiction
  • Publication Date: September 7, 2021
  • Publisher: Adams Media

Thank you to NetGalley for providing me with an ARC of this book. I am offering my honest opinion voluntarily.

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Find the best travel deals, skip the lines, pack like a pro, and enjoy the easiest trip of your life with this definitive guide to making your next getaway smoother than ever.

Traveling is full of exciting new experiences and discoveries—but it can also be expensive, disorganized, and stressful if you don’t know the insider tricks to make it simpler. Travel Hacks includes hundreds of expert guidelines, hacks, and DIYs for staying relaxed while you plan, book, pack, and travel to your next destination.

Including more than 600 handy tips for everything from how to score discounts on transportation to packing efficiently and avoiding lines, delays, and crowds, Travel Hacks will make every aspect of your travel experience hassle-free. Whether you’re a seasoned traveler or about to embark on you first trip, this is the all-inclusive guide to the stress-free vacation of your dreams.

If you’re anything like me, you love to travel but hate the stress associated with traveling. So when I came across this book promising to offer plenty of travel hacks to lessen stress and costs that I always thought came along with traveling, I couldn’t believe my luck! But was the promise too good to be true?

In fact, this book delivers on all of its promises. It’s a quick read, but it is honestly packed full of simple and sensible tips that can make traveling easier. It’s broken down into different chapters that offer easy to follow tips on a range of travel-related subjects. Want to save money on traveling costs? There’s a section devoted to it. Traveling with kids? Planning a road trip? Want to bring your pets? Packing tips? Handy ways to deal with documents or lost luggage? It’s all in this slim volume. And it’s immensely helpful. It even offers tips for traveling around in an unknown place, or in a country where you don’t know the language. 

This is definitely worth the read, and I know that I’ll be referring to this book plenty of times in the future. And I’ll absolutely be using these tips whenever I plan a trip in the future, whether it’s in or out of the country. I love that it offers information for car, plane, and train travel, both foreign and domestic. Some of them are common sense, but most of them were ideas that I never would have thought of on my own. This is a great book.

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