Travel Request - Europe and Beyond
In order to perform the professional services required to design and arrange your travel request, a consultation fee is required after a free 20-minute consultation.
Vacation planning involves a great deal of time. Our work is based on years of personal experience and professional expertise. We research destinations, tours, and activities to meet your specific needs, contact suppliers, coordinate transportation, draft itineraries and more.
Our itineraries and vacation plans give travelers peace of mind and tremendous time savings. The fee is non-refundable and non-transferable.

Getting Started...
1 - Complete the form below as thoroughly as possible to make the best use of your initial free consultation. Your personal fees will be estimated at the time of your consultation.
2 - Submit the form and review the Fee Schedule below.
  • Rush My Trip - Skip the Line & Quick Quote Service - add $50 to your planning fees and your trip is our first priority in the next 24 hours.
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    I contacted Traveling Person to not just provide me quotes, but to design my vacation as a client. I am the decision maker.
    I am in the research phase. I am collecting information/quotes, but not quite ready to book.
    I am ready to book. I need to confer with my traveling partner(s) after the consultation before proceeding.
    I am only looking for prices and I do not intend to book with Traveling Person.
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    Veteran/Active or Retired Military
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    Food Allergies
    Special Dietary Requirements
    Autism or Behavioral/Emotional Disorders
    Pre-existing Medical Conditions that need insurance coverage
    Pregnant or Anticipate the possibility of an established pregnancy during travel period or immediately after travel
    Legal issues that may limit international travel or security checks (DUI/Child Support/etc)
    International Travel with a Minor / Without Both Parents
    LGBTQ Friendly Destination Required
  • Bedding labels outside of the US are sometimes very different.

    Double vs Twin
    In the US, we’re familiar with the idea of a DOUBLE bed being the logical step up from a twin bed. Its width is that of two twin beds and the same length as a single twin bed. Pretty simple concept. The only real nuance to it is that in the US we sometimes use the term “full” interchangeably with “double”.
    Forget all of that when you’re dealing with Europe. You’ll see double beds all over European hotel and travel sites, but they don’t mean the same thing at all. Matter of fact, they don’t even always mean the same thing from European country to European country.
    The most common DOUBLE bed scenario in a European hotel room is that you’ll find two twin beds pushed together, usually sitting atop the same platform. Just imagine two mattresses atop one box spring (or whatever platform is being used, since box springs aren’t as common). This is what “DOUBLE” means in most countries. It’s not referring to the mattress size description- it’s literally referring to two separate mattresses.

    Most hotel sites and travel sites will show “TWIN” rooms as the alternative to “DOUBLE” rooms. Understanding European twin beds is a little more straightforward than understanding doubles.
    It’s not uncommon to see European TWIN rooms laid out with the beds right next to each other. And by right next to each other, I mean right next to each other. Sometimes the amount of space in between can be measured in inches. It’s also likely that the layout will have the beds at a more comfortable distance. It can be unpredictable.

    “TWIN” rooms are intended for guests who are sharing a room but not a bed.
    “DOUBLE” rooms are intended for guests who are sharing both a room and a bed.

    From https://roundtript.com/european-beds/