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Do you love to travel but also love your job or where you live? Maybe you have a flexible schedule with a couple of days here and there that allow you to take off. Are you currently stuck, or know you’ll be stuck on a long layover/stopover? Perhaps you only have two or three weeks vacation for the whole year and want to fit in as many cities and towns as possible. Or maybe you just love getting out for a weekend travel getaway.

With 52 weekends in a year not including “long” weekends, and with 16 – 24 days in two to three weeks, there is more than enough time to travel, visit one or several cities all while enjoy yourself before being back in the office on Monday.

Short Trip Itineraries, Mini Breaks & Weekend Travel Getaways

First Road Trip With The Crew? Here’s How To Make It Go Smoothly

The ‘on the road’ experience is something which will bind you and your friends forever. You can be friends with someone for years, but you never get to know them and their habits unless you travel with them. If this is what you are getting ready for, cover...

24 Hours In Fort Lauderdale: A Beach Goers Weekend Guide

With its glistening beaches and lively atmosphere, Fort Lauderdale is an incredible destination in Florida to experience the Atlantic Ocean’s coastal serenity. During a short weekend trip, mom and I escaped wintery Connecticut and spent the majority of the...

72 Hour Kuala Lumpur Itinerary

Scratching Below The Surface Nestled between two mighty neighbours, Singapore and Thailand, which thrive on their tourism potential, Malaysia is often underestimated and overlooked by most travelers. Even though Malaysia, even now, may not have acquired the legendary...

Whistler BC in 48 hours

Sponsored Post The captivating resort town of Whistler lies barely two hours by road from the coastal city of Vancouver, British Columbia. Millions of people, from all over the world, throng to this award-winning holiday destination, to take in some of the...

48 Hour Toronto Itinerary

After so many years of travelling, I can't believe it's taken me this long to put together a 48 hour Toronto itinerary. It's where I was born and it's where I live, work and play so you think it would be easy right? Well, it is and it isn't. Toronto is a world-class...

10 Things To Squeeze Into Your 2 Days In Sydney

2 Days in Sydney? Lets do it! If 48 hours is a small amount of time to enjoy everything even your hometown has to offer. The question is how can one enjoy the overwhelming number of beauties a metropolis like Sydney has to offer? Should you decide to escape to the...

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Here at Rudderless, you’ll get a rundown of a city or town we’ve visited during a weekend, short trip, mini-break or layover/stopover. We write about the place we stayed, what we ate and what we saw. In addition, we include a custom map/guide with all the locations pinned. In fact, if you subscribe to our newsletter you’ll get our free Short Trip Itinerary PDFs with all the detailed info you need based on the cites we visited in our blog posts. And, as avid lovers of technology, we always share how we incorporate the latest travel apps and gear that helped us maximize our time without feeling rushed.

“In 48 hours, we take a city; see the sights, taste the food, smell the roses, hear the stories and feel the love.”

Christopher Rudder – Owner & Content Creator, Rudderless Travel


For us, travel doesn’t have to mean taking weeks, months or years off work. You don’t need to move across the world to say you’ve “traveled“. Travel can be a weekend away down the coast from your home or a short flight to the next state, province or country.

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In addition, we happen to be professional videographers and photographers so each post, product review or app review comes with a TV quality, engaging video episode and stunning pictures that help our readers get a real sense of a destination, app or product. Be sure to subscribe to our be Rudderless vlog/YouTube channel, here.

Likewise, we love working with other professionals, business/restaurant owners, hotels, tour groups and app developers in the travel and tourism industry to help increase their brand awareness. Visit our Portfolio.

About Me:

Using the latest travel apps, technology, and gear, I take a city; see the sights, taste the food, smell the roses, hear the stories and feel the love. All in 48 hours. Then, using videography & editing, photography and writing I retell and share those stories with my readers and viewers.

I'm Christopher Rudder and welcome to Rudderless Travel.

Read more about me here: Being Rudderless With Christopher Rudder
here Rudderless Travel gets nominated for the Leibster Award
oh and here: A Consultant for Special Needs Students, AND a Travel Blogger!


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