What to do during a long flight layover? “Layover In” will tell you!

My flight has a 7 hours layover in Paris, London, New York … ,  is it enough time to visit the city? This is the question I always asking myself when having a long flight stopover. Calculating that isn’t always the most fun things to do: You’ll need to know few things such as : How long will it take to reach the city? How long it will take to visit a given spot? How long will it take to go from A to B? How long will it take to go back to the airport? And the security? Today , we’re happy to introduce “Layover In“. It’s a small tool where that will do all those fancy calculations for you! For example here what you’ll get for a 7 hours layover in Paris: Layover In currently lists the 20 busiest airports by passenger traffic. And we keep adding more…

Layover in Dubai: What can you do?

If you are flying with Emirates, you’ll certainly end up with a short (or long) layover in Dubai. I’d recommend you a minimum of 6 hour layover to think about getting out of the airport: 1 hour to leave the airport to the city 1 hour to get back to the airport Make sure to arrive 2 hours before your flight Make sure you are eligible for a visa exemption or visa on-arrival Most of shops/attractions are closed on Friday morning The best way to explore Dubai for a short layover would be to use their taxi system, that are available 24×7. Note that Uber can’t pick you up at the airport and could be more expensive than the taxi. Jumeirah Beaches Have a swim near the Burj Al Arab. There are many public beaches around. The most developed beaches are closer and south of Burj Al ArabPrice:  Free View…

Travelling in 2019

It has never been that easy to travel. More and more countries have opened their doors and made it easier for tourists. Flight tickets are increasingly cheaper. Efficient public transport system and ride sharing applications make it effortless to navigate the city with minimal hassle. English is spoken everywhere, making an unknown city a little less intimidating. A new trend of remote workers, sometimes referred to as “digital nomads” is revolutionising the way we work, live and travel, and do it all at the same time. The collective knowledge of first-hand tips, blogs, customised city guides and anything readily available on Google makes it easier to arm yourself with as much information as possible to tackle any city on whatever budget you desire. There are so many blogs or forums on it if you’re willing to do the research. A new trend of remote workers, with the self-proclaimed title called…