Copenhagen Travel Guide | TheWeekendJetsetter.com

Three Days in Copenhagen Travel Guide

Copenhagen is one of my favorite cities. While the Danish capital has a rich history and its fair share of classic European architecture, what I loved most about Copenhagen is that absolutely everything seems like it's on the cutting edge, from the way locals are dressed (so chic!) to all things design, food and even…


San Antonio Skyline by nanpalmero/Flickr

Weekend Getaway: San Antonio, Texas

San Antonio definitely shares some hipster vibes with nearby Austin, but the south-central Texas city known for the Alamo and its River Walk has its own unique personality that's steeped in history, a craft cocktail culture and a whole lotta delicious Mexican food. With a highly walkable (or bikeable!) downtown area, it's easy to hit…


Things to do in Frenchtown, New Jersey | TheWeekendJetsetter.com

New Jersey Road Trip Stop: Frenchtown

Frenchtown, New Jersey is a picturesque town that makes for a great stop on road trips between NYC/NJ and  parts of Pennsylvania. Its name comes from the many french families that followed Paul Henri Mallet-Prevost, a Swiss refugee from the French Revolution, who moved there in 1794. photo: flickr4jazz/Flickr Located on the Delaware River, Frenchtown…


Weekend Getaway Guide: Bogota, Colombia | TheWeekendJetsetter.com (photo: robertocontrer/Flickr)

Bogota, Colombia | Where It’s Always Spring

The weather in Colombia's capital, Bogota, is spring-like year-round, meaning that when you see a flight deal, there's no need to hesitate and check the weather. Just go! It's easy: United, Delta, JetBlue, Avianca, Spirit and American Airlines all offer direct flights to Bogota from many US cities. It's not as far away as you…



Solo Female Travel in Marrakech, Morocco | TheWeekendJetsetter.com

Marrakech, Morocco: The Solo Female Travel Guide to a Weekend in the Red City

Solo female travel in Marrakech, Morocco might sound intimidating, but I think it's the ideal destination for three reasons: it's safe (violent crimes against tourists are rare in Morocco), the nightlife is either ridiculously expensive or nonexistent so you won't feel like you're missing something without friends to go out with, and the shopping is so fantastic,…