World Travel Guides for Senior Citizen Travelers

May 14th, 2010 | By James E Becker | Category: Senior Travel

World Travel Net is a super site. It basically offer seniors the “works.”  It is an all-in one type site with lots of help and great advice for hotels, flights and information on each country and state in the USA. This site would be a good place to begin research for planning your next travelog.

France has been voted the best place to live in the world, for the fifth year running.  Britain fell to 25th place behind Lithuania, the Czech Republic and Uruguay.  The Quality of Life index, published by the International Living magazine, said the French live life to the full, and its bon vivant lifestyle, “best health service in the world” and diverse landscapes set it apart.  “Romantic Paris offers the best of everything, but services don’t fall away in Alsace’s wine villages, in wild and lovely Corsica, in lavender-scented Provence, or in the Languedoc of the troubadours, bathed in Mediterranean sunlight,” the survey noted.  The magazine surveyed 194 countries on nine criteria: cost of living, culture and leisure, economy, environment, freedom, health, infrastructure, safety and risk, and climate.  Australia came second, followed by Switzerland, Germany and New Zealand.

Top 10 countries to live in: 1. France 2. Australia 3. Switzerland 4. Germany 5. New Zealand 6. Luxembourg 7. United States 8. Belgium 9. Canada 10. Italy

World Travel Guide has teamed up with BookingBuddy to help you search all the best flight providers, without having to put in your travel requirements on every site. Enter your details and a new window will open showing you the most relevant sites for your needs.

WTG country guides are researched and written by professional travel writers and local experts.  The comprehensive country guides include up-to-date information on visa regulations, public holidays, duty-free allowances and exchange rates; weather forecasts and a world clock are also included. They cover every single country in the world from popular destinations like Spain and France to more exotic locations like Cuba and India. Click on the links below to find a country guide and start planning your trip.

Want to “explore the world?”  Then take a look at this World Travel Guide, click here.  Bon voyage!  jeb



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