Summer time is here; it is time for bikinis, beer, and best of all, travel. For some people summer means a break from school, and for others, it’s an excuse for an extended vacation from work. Regardless, it is the most highly anticipated season of the year. If you make your way to The Big Apple and are looking to find some things to do in NYC without breaking the bank, we’ve got the best itinerary for you.
Travelling for students represents a conflict between desire and financial capabilities. On the one hand, students generally have a lot of free time between semesters; on the other hand, travel can be expensive. European travel can be a particularly expensive prospect; all be it a very desirable one.
In this economy, you don’t have to be a starving student to be on a strict ramen noodle type budget. It seems like everyone is trying to save a few bucks, and wining and dining can be the first indulgence to fall off the list. Never fear, we’ve got some of the best bars on a budget no matter where you are in the country, because you gotta live, even if it’s just a little.
If you want to whisk your partner off somewhere special on February 14th, but can’t afford a lavishly expensive break during the Valentine’s season, then Hostelling International have the perfect solution to suit your budget and impress your loved one.
It’s no secret why people visit Costa Rica; stunning beaches on the Pacific and Caribbean coasts, active volcanoes, diverse wildlife, waterfalls and unique cloud forest. Its popularity means that travelling here is never going to be as cheap as its northern neighbors in Central America. But with a few key ways to stretch your dollars, it’s possible to visit many amazing places the country has to offer without maxing out your credit card.
“Whether you arrive in Brazil at the start or the end of your South American journey, one thing that is unavoidable is that it will be more expensive that every other country you visit.” If you want to do Rio on a budget, check out our great new post from guest blogger Bronwyn Hager!
Summer in Vancouver means a celebration of multicultural diversity through world music, exotic foods and a cosmopolitan of festivals. We will take you through a discover of Vancouver and explore some of the best things you can do in Vancouver for free, or nearly free!
Tokyo’s reputation of being one of the most expensive cities in the world can be a little discouraging if you’re on a budget. Fear not, here are 10 free (or cheap) things to do Tokyo to help ease your travel expenses.
So you’re in London and on a tight budget but want to experience what the British capital has to offer. Not to worry, we have put together ten things you can do for free from enjoying some live entertainment to exploring this city’s great history.
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