True Travel Reviews

Taking on the World, One City at a Time

We started True Travel Reviews ten years ago after working in the travel writing industry and realizing that much of the reviews and information found online about accommodations, restaurants and attractions were either false or written without any firsthand experience. 

Over the years, however, we have changed how we travel and thus has changed how we write about travel. Throughout the site you will find information on our favorite places around the world and we’ll continue to update with our RV travels and extended stays around the world. 

 

Travel History

By plane, by boat, by RV, we have have traveled around the world.

Countries

States

Continents

blog posts

Recent Travels

 

A Month In Ireland – The Plan

A Month In Ireland – The Plan

2020 sucked as far as travel went. We did do a six-week RV trip across the United States, but we didn't get to go anywhere internationally, and we always try to fit at least one of those trips in every year. Our RV trip was still great though despite COVID and I'll...

A New Era

A New Era

We started True Travel Reviews about 12 years ago. For years we traveled the world, writing reviews on everything - every restaurant, every attraction, every hotel, etc. It was a lot of work, but we really enjoyed it. Unfortunately, a couple of years ago, while on our...

A Month in Ireland

Ireland has long been our top of favorite of international trips. This year we decided we would spend our whole summer trip exploring the country since we were unable to travel internationally in 2020 – and, honestly, we were barely able to pull it off this year…

My Highlights

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Our Top 3 Sites to See in Ireland

1. Cliffs of Moher

The Cliffs of Moher are basically what you think of when you think of Ireland. The view is almost indescribable. 

2. The Wild Atlantic Way

The most beautiful coastal drive along the western coast of Ireland. It’s not just a place, but an experience.

3. Carrick-a-Rede Bridge

Pictured to the right, this is the most interesting place I believe we’ve ever been. When we arrived is fogging and windy, but once we crossed the bridge it was sunny and bright. Don’t look down!

Travel Gallery

Scenes from our travels over the years.