10 Great Websites for Virtual Travel

Armchair travel’s in vogue like never before, you may have heard. Where besides Fluke Pachinko (aka Fake Flamenco) can you find international travel tales and photos? Ten captivating women’s travel blogs I follow are:

1. Now, Here and Somewhere

Italian traveler Flavia Vinci takes us around the world and back again through her photos. Wonderful architectural studies.

2. Travel with Intent

Debbie Smyth takes stunning photos in the UK, Europe and around the globe.

3. I choose this…

Pam’s home base is in Colorado. She, her camera and her great attitude travel far.

4. Five to Nine

Tayo’s contagious smile and adventurous spirit take her on bold wanderings. Great photos and lots of fun.

5. Restless Jo

Jo lives in Portugal, which she documents with a loving eye. Wonderful A to Z features.

6. Bag Full of Rocks

Originally from Lithuania, living in Scotland, this traveler has combed Asia and lesser known parts of Europe.

7. Ana Seas the Day

Sojourn diary of Anaïs Skoutariotis, who was born in Belgium with Greek-Italian ancestry. Beautiful presentation of travel destinations.

8. Image Earth Travel

Nilla from Australia covers her destinations’ background, takes stunning photos, and shows the most interesting sites to visit. She also details exciting sailboat journeys!

9. Over the Andes

An informative blog about Latin American history and heritage, including Spanish lessons!

10. Kaye Rae Best of the Midwest

Hiking, State Parks, Wildlife; lest I forget that the Midwestern United States where I live could be exotic to other parts of the globe! Beautiful photos and itineraries.

What are your favorite travel destinations? What are your favorite travel blogs?

Gracias for reading Fake Flamenco! ¡Olé! –Rebecca


Frida Kahlo on the Mexican 500 Peso bill Photo: Rebecca Cuningham
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38 thoughts on “10 Great Websites for Virtual Travel

  1. Hola Rebecca, and great choices! I follow some of those as well and they are incredible, I would suggest one more, “Our Crossings” which my dear friend and fellow blogger gives great travel ideas and very complete information https://ourcrossings.com/ Wonderful post, Rebecca, as usual. Take good care and all the best.

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  2. Thanks so much for including me here, Rebecca. There are a few that I don’t know and in this elastic bit of time we now have I shall try to check them out. How are you coping? 🙂 🙂

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  3. Aww thanks! I so appreciate this Rebecca! I agree with Our Crossings (Aiva) – such an awesome person and is a wonderful writer. The Travel Architect has some great stuff and Lex at One Foot Out the Door is great too – though she hasn’t posted too much lately. Cheers – I hope all is well in your world!

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  4. Thank you for the nomination Rebecca – I’m very honoured! But, thank you also for introducing me to these other sites, which I only know of a couple and will enjoy the read.

    Hope you and your family are safe. 🙂

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  5. Rebecca, thank you soooo much! It’s a big honor and responsibility! ☺️ I know most of those you mentioned and I’ll go looking for the others.
    Unfortunately I don’t have much time in this period, I am home working and I must say the only advantage is that I don’t have to make up! 😅 I hope you are fine and safe. Take care 😘

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    1. Thank you for following Fake Flamenco! Working at home has its challenges, but the dress code is very relaxed : ) We are healthy and working to stay that way. Hope you are too. Best wishes.


      1. When I migrated my blog I have lost a lots of data and following of blogs I liked. Step by step I am recuperating everything 💪☺️ yes, we have pros and cons in everything!

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  6. My dream trips were those to Egypt and Greece (I love their ancient history and archeology). But just recently I am into mountains. Recently came back from the Lake District.


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