budget travel

If you budget wisely, your travel funds can go a long way, though not as far as you.

Emma Stylesa day ago
Best Free Galleries and Museums of Paris
As an art-lover who moved from London to Paris, one of the biggest adjustments I've had to make is how frequently I visit art galleries and museums. Unlike London, beacon of free culture, many of Pari...
Jesmer Folkerts7 days ago
How to Travel the World for Free (or Really Cheap)
Almost everyone loves to travel. Some like to go for a month. Some just for a weekend. But it usually takes some cash away from your wallet. If you’re someone who doesn’t have (enough) money to spend ...
Toni Koraca17 days ago
Inspiring Ways to Travel Europe on a Budget
I was a student for the best part of the last seven years. During that time, I traveled through almost 20 European countries. Most times, I had virtually no money. I frequently returned to places I en...
Kieron Parkinson19 days ago
Paris on a Budget
The metropolitan capital that is on the majority of travellers' bucket lists, Paris was a place that offered something uniquely different from other cities I had visited. After a gruelling 14-hour coa...
Is Bali the Best Destination for Budget-Friendly Luxury Travel?
You don’t often find the phrases “budget-friendly” and “luxury” in the same sentence. But on the Indonesian island of Bali, the two have basically become best friends. Affordable accommodations, cheap...
Cynthia Cline4 months ago
Financial Tips for Planning Family Trips
About a year and a half ago my mom brought to my attention a great idea, when planning our family trips all parties going on the trip transfer money into one savings account to keep track of how much ...
James Smith4 months ago
Do You Really Need Money to Travel?
Ahh, the dreaded M-word. Money is the biggest barrier to travel. Like most ‘yeah but’s, there is a large portion of truth in it. Yes, you do indeed need money to travel... mostly. It is possible to ge...
Georgie Greenway4 months ago
Volunteering with Workaway
Workaway changed all the expectations I had for travel. I always assumed it to be a luxury for the wealthy and the free, but that never stopped me from planning, saving, and hoping that I would be abl...
Shawntelle Moncy4 months ago
How to Find the Cheapest Flights
I do not stop at booking a flight at the first, second or even third price I see online. There are many simple things that go into finding incredible deals on flights and I’d love to share them 🙂
Jerrica Bertram4 months ago
How To 'Simple Vacation' on a Budget
We all wish we could just take a week off, or even a weekend, and get away from our adult responsibilities for a while. This sort of "how to guide" will help you find affordable places to stay whereve...
Wendi Simpson5 months ago
How to Save Money at Disney
Have you and your family been saving and planning for your Disney World vacation? Have you already checked on ticket and hotel prices? Are you wishing there was a way to save some money and still get ...
Deia De Marco5 months ago
How I Get Cheap Flights
Generally, when we travel, the most expensive part about the whole trip is just the freaking PLANE TICKET!! Let's be honest here, my bank account is about as healthy as the average college student, bu...
Molly Winton5 months ago
Exploring NYC on a Budget: Where to Go and What to See!
Okay so let's set the scene. There's six days in New York City, five inexperienced students, four modes of transport, three unforgettable restaurants, (only) two major disasters, and one unforgettable...
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Ashley Robertson5 months ago
Traveling on a Budget!
So you want to travel, but have little money? Well you still can. Traveling is only expensive to a high maintenance person. So if you aren’t high maintenance and can save a few hundred dollars, then y...
Grace Campbell6 months ago
Broke Person’s Guide to Traveling Europe
“Traveling is SO expensive” is such a common misconception. So many of us use the excuse of “not having enough money” to justify not traveling. But I’m here to tell you just how cheap and easy interna...
Kirstyn Brook6 months ago
The Aftermath: Thailand, India, France, and Venice Part 1
If by some fluke you read my previous blog, you know that back in March I quit my job and went traveling. I thought I'd do a quick post to debrief myself on the whole experience, but I've realized as ...
Jack Fowler7 months ago
London-To-New York for as Cheap as Possible!
First, if I wanted to save as much money as possible I had to do some research. I searched sites such as Sky Scanner and Kayak to find some cheap deals then I used what I had learned from those sites ...
Marie Wilkinson7 months ago
48 Hours in Bristol
Four hours, three trains and a 5 AM wake up call later, my boyfriend and I ended up in Bristol city centre for a small city trip—the first time either of us had ever done any kind of adventuring like ...