When and where can we travel this summer?

Say it quietly, but an end may be in sight for what has been a truly terrible time for all of us. In the UK at least, the vaccine rollout is gathering pace, there are dates and a rough schedule (21st June woop woop etc) and people are making plans to see their families and...

7 April 2021

Post-lockdown travel checklist

It’s probably still going to be a long time until we can travel ‘normally’ again but fingers crossed we’ll soon be abroad in one form or another. Where and when we’ll be able to go is still very much TBC (although we have done our best to sum up the situation in this handy guide...

7 April 2021

21 Unmissable World Events for 2020

We're all about creating memories here at WeSwap. And in 2020, we're looking to help you make even more. How? By helping you tick off those big bucket list items, while also giving you any excuse to get away. Whenever you can. Wherever you want. So, get your calendars out. Because here are our top 21...

23 January 2020

How much spending money for Crete?

Crete has been home to ancient Romans, Venetians, the Ottoman Empire and the world’s most famous half man-half bull, the Minotaur. These days it’s mostly ruins, LOTS of ruins, stunning beaches and some of the tastiest food in the Med. Crete can feel a little like a country within a country and the island is...

17 September 2019

How much spending money do I need for Paris?

Paris, the city of love, art, and fashion. Home to many of the worlds most famous monuments and landmarks. A city connected by wide boulevards lined with cafes, boutiques, and bistros. Luxury and fine taste are synonymous with Paris but how expensive it? What are the costs of everyday things like a glass of wine, or the...

17 September 2019

HOW MUCH SPENDING MONEY FOR OSLO?

All capital cities like to blend the old and the new but few do it with quite as much style… or “stil”… as Norway’s Oslo. This tight-knit and compact city, which is lined by mountains to the north and sea to the south, has a fascinating past (proudly displayed in any one of its many,...

17 September 2019

Top tips for remote working abroad

The remote worker goes by many names. Digital Nomad. Wi-fi vagrant. Dial-up bandit*. Jonny. They are the envy of the working world. For they have made the beach their boardroom, they’re working 5-9 (client availability permitting), they’ve swapped their desktop for a dongle, they are, to put it mildly, living the dream. Or are they?...

6 November 2018

WeSwap goes global: The story so far

It’s been a few months now since we made one of the biggest updates to the WeSwap app we’ve ever made, allowing you to use WeSwap in over 180 countries. This meant that as well as swapping in the original 18 currencies, you could now take your WeSwap card with you all over the world...

11 October 2018

From looking to booking: how social media is taking over tourism

Featured in the Telegraph and on BBC Radio  A wise man once tweeted: “pics or it didn’t happen.” And nowhere is this mantra more evident than the social media feeds of travel fanatics. Log onto your own channels and it often seems like everyone is holidaying 24/7, 365. Then you’ve got the strange, sun-soaked world...

4 October 2018
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