Top 10 Travel Tweeters on Twitter

Top 10 Travel Tweeters on Twitter (Image: Wikimedia)In the expansive sea of travel experts on Twitter, these ten insightful travel tweeters rise to the top thanks to their experience and helpful, engaging tweets. Here they are, listed in no particular order. Drum roll, please….

 

Kim Mance @KimMance: Host of the popular @Galavanting web TV show and established travel writer and blogger Kim Mance tweets about travel news and off the beaten path travel experiences in a charming (sometimes sarcastic) tone.

 

David Lytle @davitydave: Editorial director at frommers.com by day, David Lytle tweets news regarding special events in cities around the world, destination guides, and travel deals.

 

Meg Nesterov @thenotoriousmeg: Brooklyn-ite expat (now living in Istanbul) and travel blogger Meg Nesterov tweets on hotel and culture news from a variety of enviable locations.

 

Annemarie Dooling @travelinganna: Travel writer, editor and digital producer Annemarie Dooling’s feed is full of thoughts on urban happenings, transportation tips and technology news.

 

Melanie Nayer @chic_travel: World traveler, hotel reviewer & columnist/writer Melanie Nayer brings us insider info and luxury travel tips for top international destinations.

 

Leif Pettersen @leifpettersen: Veteran travel writer and polyglot Leif Petterson’s global travel tweets are infused with his witty, inimitable writing style.

 

Heather Poole @Heather_Poole: This flight attendant’s feed is full of entertaining in-flight snark and daily tweets about airport happenings (including celebrity sightings) and insider airline news.

 

Peter S. Greenberg @PeterSGreenberg: The travel guru for CBS, AARP, Forbes, other publications tweets budget travel tips, breaking travel/airline news, “off the beaten path” suggestions.

 

Nomadic Matt @nomadicmatt: Intrepid global traveler Nomadic Matt brings you tips on lodging, currency/exchange rates, special events in various international cities.

 

Gary Arndt @EverywhereTrip: The self-described “one man National Geographic” Gary Arndt is both an established travel blogger and photographer. He’s tweeted cultural information about 60 countries and territories since he started in 2007. 

 

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