Hey everyone! The Travelade team had a blast selecting July’s wanderguides. There were a lot of inspiring guides out there and we learned about so many interesting destinations during the selection process. We’d like to thank all of the awesome wanderguide-creators for sharing your local insights with the world.
Here are July’s 5 wanderguides of the month:
Dobs Totev’s guide on Barcelona was an office favourite. In this guide, Dobs shares his favourite things in Barcelona, with an emphasis on digital nomad lifestyle and LGBTQ+ friendly places. We especially liked his restaurant recommendations and the section on Instagram-friendly places. To sum it up, this is a must-read wanderguide if you’re going to Barcelona, especially if you’re working remotely.
If you want to explore Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam like a local, Hoai’s guide is your perfect starting point. Her guide is thorough, inspiring and full of interesting restaurants and curious day tours. We’ll have to warn you though – reading this guide may result in impulse-buying a ticket to Vietnam 💸
St. Agnes in Cornwall UK may not be on your bucket list but Tracy Kirton’s wanderguide has convinced us that St. Agnes is a destination well worthy of a visit. The wanderguide has a collection of the best cafés and restaurants in town and there’s a little section on the best beaches as well.
We really liked that Tracy took the time to write a little bit about annual events and goings-on in St. Agnes to make sure you won’t miss out on some exciting events. Thank you so much Tracy!
Galina Shoteva has an amazing Instagram feed dedicated to food and drinks in Plovdiv, Bulgaria. She definitely seems like someone you’d want to take advice from if you are looking for nice restaurants in Plovdiv. Her wanderguide consists of recommendations for all meals of the day, plus cafés and bars.
In this guide, Cheryl Landes shares her local insights, ranging from parks to theatres and museums. She lived in Seattle for 15 years so it’s safe to assume that she knows the city pretty well.
This wanderguide is perfect for those who are visiting Seattle for the first time. It has a little bit of everthing – even a section on cat cafés for animal lovers. Thanks Cheryl 👌🏽