Episode 102: The Stopover Secret

 

Savvy solo travelers are all about maximizing their experiences, and knowing how to use stopovers can be a seriously powerful tool at your disposal. I find that many travelers are unfamiliar with stopovers, and I must say, I have yet to use one myself!

Stopovers Explained

Stopovers are special incentives offered by airlines. Using a stopover can instantly expand your trip and hopefully maximize your solo travel experience! I explain what a stopover is, how to use it, who offers them—all that and more on this episode of Solo Travel Talk.

Frequently Asked Stopover Questions Answered

Some of the questions answered on this show include:

  • What is the difference between a layover and a stopover?

  • What are the limitations of a stopover?

  • Which airlines offer stopovers?

  • Are stopovers free?

  • Can you do a stopover in Portugal?

  • Do any airlines offer bonuses with their stopovers?

  • Which airline has the best stopover program?

Mentioned on the show: Airwander.com

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Author: Astrid Clements

Astrid Solo Travel Advisor CEO and founder, Astrid, has spent over 40 years traveling around the world. She is passionate about embracing the world’s diverse cultures and sharing with others the global need and personal benefit of cultural literacy. Her focus is on affordable luxury travel that is both substantive and fun! To read more about her and each one of our Solo Travel Advisors, head over to theAbout page!

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