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Our travel-themed coloring books will take you on a round-the-world journey, without ever stepping foot on an airplane. Based on real scenes collected during 10 years of travel, our coloring books contain crisp, black-and-white line drawings of cityscapes, street scenes, and details from around the world.

Grab your favorite pencil crayons, and let your imagination and creativity take you away, visiting Mexico, Lithuania, Paris, Argentina, and more during every coloring session. Or stock up before your next trip…our adult coloring books are the perfect activity for your next flight!

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Travel is best when it opens your mind, forces you to question assumptions, and changes your perspectives. Check out some of our most popular posts about mind-changing travel, and then read more here.

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Jewish Quarter Budapest: Uncovering Jewish Stories in Budapest

Budapest Jewish Quarter: Exploring the Jewish Quarter Budapest on a visit the Dohany Street Great Synagogue. Learning about Jewish Budapest History and Heritage. Disclosure: This website contains affiliate links. That means we may earn a small commission when you use...

Where to Stay in Munich: Munich Germany’s Best Neighborhoods

Where to Stay in Munich: Advice from local expat and blogger Susanna Kelly about the best neighborhoods to stay in Munich, Germany! (Plus 21 hotel and apartment ideas) We created this guide in collaboration with Susanna Kelly, a blogger currently living and working in...

Getting to Know Hungarian Cowboy Culture at Bakod Puszta

Hungarian Horse Show Kalocsa, Hungary: Getting to Know Hungarian Cowboy Culture on Viking Cruises' Passage to Eastern Europe River Cruise. Visiting Bakod Puszta for a Hungarian Horse Show. Disclosure: This website contains affiliate links. That means we may earn a...

Tracing Roma Culture & Heritage in Bucharest, Romania

Roma Heritage Tour Bucharest: Exploring Roma Heritage and Culture in Bucharest, Romania -- and having our prejudices busted -- on Open Door Travel's Roma Heritage Tour Disclosure: This website contains affiliate links. That means we may earn a small commission when...

Beyond Normandy: 22 WWI & WWII Memorials to Visit in Europe

Beyond Normandy: 11 Travel Bloggers Share 22 WWI & WWII Remembrance Tourism Destinations to Visit in Europe (& Beyond) Disclosure: This website contains affiliate links. That means we may earn a small commission when you use the links on this site to book a...

The Duty of Memory: Exploring A Refugee Village of the Ardennes

The Duty to Remember: Visiting Sainlez, Belgium, a Village in the Belgian Ardennes that was Occupied by Nazi German Soldiers During WWII, and Took Heavy Casualties in the Fight for Liberation. Includes a Visit to Museum Sainlez and La Mémoire Civile, 1940-1945...

Travel Tips from A Local: The Best Things to Do in Arad, Romania

Things to do in Arad: Arad Travel Tips from a Local. A Quick List of What to Do in Arad, Romania from a Local! This post is part of our City Tips from a Local interview series, where we interview locals for insiders travel tips about their city! Today, we're chatting...

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We’ve been traveling since we met as expats in Taiwan in 2005, and hit the road permanently in 2013, giving up our house, car, and most of our posessions along with our secure corporate jobs and incomes.

Follow along on our blog and social media for a glimpse at what it’s like to live as modern-day nomads without a permanent home. We share the ups, downs, intrigues and disappointments of our life and business as travel bloggers and nomadic coloring book creators.More About Us