Meet Travelling Tom
Welcome to TravellingTom.com! I’m Tom Woods, a 24-year-old recent graduate who has a burning passion for travel and has visited over 50 countries in less than a quarter of a century! Here you’ll find regular updates chronicling my escapades, as well as a resource of travel tips and information to help you get the most out of your own travel experiences.
The aim of this blog is to help inspire students and the working person to live life to the full, get out there and travel more! Having travelled extensively while dealling with full-time work commitments, as well as doing so on a student budget, I can show you how to travel as frequently and as well as I do!
Welcome to my world
Travelling to Brussels anytime soon? Read this blog post to find out the best ways to get from Brussels Charleroi Airport to Brussels city centre.
Find out how to get to Liverpool city centre from Liverpool John Lennon Airport.
Travelling as part of your job is super-exciting, but some people think it’s a holiday – and I can actually see why they might.
Hiking is the key to a wealth of wellness benefits, so I’ve put together a list of five fantastic hiking trails in Europe that are great for exploring the great outdoors.
Asia has some of the world’s greatest train rides – rail journeys that are more than just transportation, they are travel experiences themselves. Here are three of the best.
Here is a list of the videomakers that not only make entertaining and engaging video content, but also inspire me to attempt to do the same. Read on for my five favourite travel YouTubers.
Travel bloggers Jolie King and Mark Firkin from The Way Overland were arrested after flying a drone near Iran. Were they innocent movie makers or idiots in Iran?
Finding a real value-for-money destination can be like negotiating a minefield – so I’ve saved you the work and picked out five that are worth considering.
Following my recent trip to the world’s largest city, here’s a three-day itinerary for Tokyo, Japan, for those who are short on both time and money.
While it had its shortcomings, Tokyo has plenty going on. Here are 11 things I adored about the world’s biggest city, and the reasons why I did enjoy my time there.
there is plenty to do when the weather takes a turn for the worst in Barcelona. Here are 10 things to do in in the Catalan capital during bad weather.
Money may keep the world spinning, but here are five reasons why it can also help you travel and see what our amazing planet has to offer.
If you’re heading to Barcelona and you need some accommodation inspiration, then check out this list of my recommendations for hotels and hostels in central Barcelona.
If you’ve never been on a solo travel trip before, here are a few tips that could come in quite handy for when you finally decide to go it alone.
Here are five tips I have picked up while travelling to over 60 countries that have helped me save and fund my travels.
Manchester-based FlightDelayClaim are working to reclaim money set aside to compensate eligible passengers for travellers affected by flight delays and cancellations.
If you’re on the road and you’re a digital nomad, here’s what to look for in a coworking space.
Before you book your next hotel, hostel or Airbnb, check out these five awesome tips to help you save money on your accommodation.
If you’re planning a trip to the Philippines, here are 10 things you should know before stepping on the plane.
Christmas is only 10 days away, and if you’re still looking to buy for the traveller in your life, here’s a guide on what (and what not) to get.
There is always an opportunity to capture new experiences and memories, so why not grab your essentials, pack them up and transform an upcoming weekend into a short holiday?
Here’s a look at a variety of devices that will help make getting through your next flight that little bit easier.
Whether it’s for survival, necessity or practicality - here are six essentials you need in your travel bag.
Cherries are one of the best ways to fight off the effects of jet lag, and here you can find out why…