traveluxblog was founded in 2014 and focuses on luxury travel. Me (you can find more about myself on this page) and my contributors present daily posts about cities, hotels, airlines, lounges and much more from all over the world. All our content is provided with high quality pictures to deliver a visually stunning experience.

While most content on traveluxblog is about travel in Europe, we’ve actually visited all continents and can thus provide you with a wide range of reviews. If you are looking for something in particular, we’d recommend checking out our “Cities Page”.

Ponta dos Ganchos Esmeralda Villa

You can find a new hotel review on traveluxblog every Monday and a new lounge or airline review every Wednesday. On all other days, you can enjoy changing in-depth guides, content about cities and posts of our special traveling experiences.

You can enjoy our content free and without any strings attached. If you wish to support us, you can book your travel through our affiliate links.


26 Comments on “About”

  1. Wow this blog really lives up to its name. Informative, fun, and luxurious. The ideal way of traveling but actually hard to do. Hoping to see more.

    Following you. 🙂

    • Hey there, glad to see that you got in touch with us this way. There is a contact form in the side boxes of our pages. Anyway, feel free to e-mail us directly via traveluxblog[at] We are open for everything 🙂

  2. Hello and thanks for checking out my blog. I enjoyed reading about your adventures and look forward to more!
    Take care,

  3. Hello, you two travellers! Your blog is very impressive and your photography is beautiful. Mine isn’t a travel blog, as such. I just post about places we’ve visited, along with various other topics. I can see that yours is devoted to the travel experience, with lots of excellent advice for travellers, including flights and reviews. A great blog to follow! 🙂

  4. Great Blog! Your post on the transportation system in Szczecin, Poland really helped us to navigate the city. We were only there for a day, so we never actually ended up using the tram, but I figured some of my readers might want to hear about it. I hope you don’t mind that I added the link to your blog post in my most recent upload. You can check it out here if you’d like: Let me know what you think!

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