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Published : Oct, 2023

<$50 day | <$100 day | Accom (any) | Food (any)
Accom: A$30-50 | Activities: A$10-12 | Flight-Cairns:A$40 | Food: A$25-40 | Transpo: A$20-30 | Travel Cost (Mid-range): A$132 | Travel Cost (Thrifty): A$85
My partner’s family live in Melbourne, and before moving here to join them, we used to spend a month in this vibrant country every year, for over a decade, celebrating Christmas Down Under and visiting as many hipster cafes as possible...

In other words, I’m perfectly placed to share exactly how much you can expect to spend on a trip to Australia! Whether you’ll be living the Working Holiday dream and driving a beaten-up campervan along the East Coast, taking that once-in-a-lifetime trip to Oz post-retirement, or simply desperate to make the most of your two-week vacation to Australia, I have you covered.

Today, I’m going to be sharing exactly how much you can expect to spend on a trip to Australia.

Published : Aug, 2023

Other logistics | <$100 day | Activities: Nature & Wildlife
Zanzibar | Usumbara | Kilimanjaro | Drinking Water | Tanzanian Shilling | Safari | Tanzanian Park Rates | Police
For many, Tanzania may be the most well-known country in Africa. It is the country that has become synonymous with the Serengeti, Mount Kilimanjaro, and Zanzibar. People from all over the world flock to Tanzania to have a safari in some of the best national parks in the world.

The country is staggeringly beautiful, populated by a warm Swahili culture, and home to some of the best wildlife on this planet. Here are our top Tanzania travel tips to know before you go.

Published : Jul, 2023

<$50 day | <$100 day | Accom (any) | Food (any)
Transpo: $17 | Food: $18 | Activities: $36 | Travel Cost/day: $108 | Hostel Dorm: $10 | Hostel Pvt. Rm: $20-40 | Hotel: $60 | Accom: $37
Peru is such a wonderful country to travel in.

Cusco embodies European classiness while Lima is bustling and vibrant. Machu Picchu is full of enchantment while Huacachina mysterious and rare. Colca Canyon is stunningly vast while Arequipa is surrounded by volcanoes. But there is one characteristic each Peruvian destination has in common: heart. The Peruvian heart beats loudly and proudly, and I dare you not to fall in love with it, too.

Published : Jul, 2023

When to visit | Sites & attractions | <$100 day | Activities: Cultural | Activities: Outdoor | Activities: Nature & Wildlife
diving & trekking | Hiking & Trekking | tranquil ambiance | Surfing & Water Sports | Lombok | Saving Money on Activities & Attractions | Best Time to Visit Bali by
Planning a vacation to Bali but not sure when to go? The tropical paradise offers something for travelers of all kinds throughout the year, but each season has its own unique benefits and challenges. In this article, we’ll explore the best time to visit Bali based on climate, activities, and cultural experiences. We’ll also cover budget considerations, tips for planning your vacation, and even some alternative Indonesian destinations to consider. Let’s dive in!

Published : May, 2023

Sites & attractions | <$100 day | Accom (any) | Food (any)
Entrance Fees: $10-17 | Guided Day Trip: $150 | Beer: $6-8 | Activities: $30 | Hotels: $190-400 | Accom: $200 | Transpo: $50 | Food: $40 | Travel Exp./day: $320
Israel is one of my favorite countries to visit in the world. It has a wonderful climate, delicious local cuisine, gorgeous natural beauty, and even more beautiful people. But what attracts most visitors to the country is its incredible history and culture.

At just 8,550 square miles, Israel packs a lot into its small landscape, which changes dramatically from region to region. Within one short trip in Israel, you could swim in the Mediterranean, ride a camel through the Negev Desert, pick farm fresh fruit from trees in the lush north, and climb the peaks of a snow-capped mount Hermon.

On top of the incredibly diverse landscape, Israel is home to a unique blend of religions and cultures. The country (Jerusalem in particular) is known as one of the most important religious sites for the Jewish, Christian, Muslim, and Baha’i people, housing some of the most important historical biblical sites on the planet, alongside sixteen cultural and geographical UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

Published : Mar, 2023

<$50 day | <$100 day | Accom (any) | Food (any)
Breakfast: €2–€7 | Hostel: €34-€65 | Hotel: €80-€165 | Rental Apt: €110-€175+ | Total Cost: €65-€95 | Dinner: €8-€20 | Thrifty $: €58 | Attractions: €10-€18 | Midrange $$: €88 | Lunch: €6-€13 | Colosseum & Forum: €24
Rome is rightfully at the top of almost every visitor’s list because it offers so much to experience. Rome is also one of the more expensive cities in Europe so Rome’s prices are high in most categories. In this Rome travel price guide, we’ve outlined the estimated travel expenses for food, accommodation, attractions, alcohol, and other common travel expenses to help you budget your trip to Rome...

Published : Mar, 2023

<$50 day | <$100 day | Accom (any) | Food (any)
Attractions: $4-$7 | Rental Apt: $70-$140 | Food: $17-$22 | Total Cost: $45-$65 | Accom: $19-$26 | Thrifty $: $42 | Breakfast: $3-$5 | Midrange $$: $55 | Lunch: $6-$12 | Dinner: $8-$16 | Hostel: $17-$38 | Hotel: $65-$140
Prague is known as one of the most beautiful cities in the world—it’s like you stepped inside a fairytale. It’s steeped in history, the beer is amazing, the architecture is world-class, and the prices are affordable. In this Prague travel price guide, we’ve outlined the estimated travel expenses for food, accommodation, attractions, alcohol, and other common expenses to help you budget your trip to Prague...

Published : Mar, 2023

<$50 day | <$100 day | Accom (any) | Food (any)
Attractions: $9-$16 | Hostel: $42-$75 | Glacier hiking: $147-$200 | Hotel: $120-$240 | Blue Lagoon: $75-$110 | Rental Apt: $110-$250 | Golden Circle: $80 | Hotel: $120 - $140 | Thrifty: $86 | Midrange: $120 | Total Cost: $50-$85
Reykjavik, Iceland is one of the more expensive places to visit in Europe so be prepared to pay a lot if you want to experience its beautiful natural landscapes. In this Reykjavik travel price guide, we’ll outline the estimated travel expenses for food, accommodation, attractions, alcohol, and other things so you can best budget your trip to Reykjavik, Iceland...

Published : Mar, 2023

<$50 day | <$100 day | Accom (any) | Food (any)
Hostel: €22-€36 | Rental Apt: €80-€135 | Food: €20-€30 | Total. Cost: €50-€85 | Hotel: €80-€150+ | Midrange $$: €75 | Breakfast: €2–€6 | Thrifty $: €50 | Attractions: €6-€610 | Lunch: €4–€10 | Dinner: €6–€15
Located on the beautiful Côte d’Azur (The French Riviera), Nice is a more budget-friendly destination than the region’s other ultra-lux destinations like Monaco and Cannes. This Mediterranean city has a large beach (although it is rocky), beautiful weather, and a relaxed attitude...

In this Nice travel price guide, we’ve outlined the estimated travel expenses for food, accommodation, attractions, alcohol, and other common expenses to help you budget your trip to Nice...

Published : Mar, 2023

<$50 day | <$100 day | Accom (any) | Food (any)
Hotel: €110-€150 | Attractions: €8-€18 | Rental Apt: €100-€170 | Food: €21-€31 | Total Cost: €65-€95 | Accom: €32-€40 | Thrifty $: €63 | Breakfast: €2–€7 | Midrange $$: €95 | Lunch: €7-€15 | Dinner: €10-€20 | Hostel:
Paris is one of the most popular destinations in Europe because it offers so many things—food, fashion, culture, nature, etc. But prices in Paris are generally high so it’s easy to blow your travel budget if you’re not careful. Luckily, there are plenty of ways to visit Paris affordably.

In this Paris travel price guide, we’ve outlined the estimated travel expenses for food, accommodation, attractions, alcohol, and other things that you’ll experience when you visit Paris...

Published : Mar, 2023

<$50 day | <$100 day | Accom (any) | Food (any)
Hotel: €95-€150 | Rental Apt: €85-€140 | Lunch: €6-€13 | Total Cost: €48-€85 | Attractions: €7-€13 | Thrifty$: €48 | Food: €19-€28 | Midrange $$: €80 | Breakfast: €2–€6 | Beer: €1-€3.5 | Dinner: €9-€20 | Hostel:
Munich has long been a must-visit destination for beer lovers — it’s the home of the Hofbräuhaus, Oktoberfest, and plenty of beer gardens. Even if you’re not into beer, you’ll appreciate the city’s beauty and culture. In terms of prices, Munich isn’t quite as expensive as London or Paris but it certainly isn’t a cheap city.

In this Munich travel price guide, we’ve outlined the estimated travel expenses for food, accommodation, attractions, alcohol, and other common expenses to help you budget your trip to Munich...

Published : Mar, 2023

<$50 day | <$100 day | Accom (any) | Food (any)
Midrange $$: €74 | Thrifty $: €46 | Attractions: €6-€15 | Breakfast: €3–€6 | Accom: €20-€28 | Lunch: €5-€14 | Hostels: €20-€45 | Bus: €5 | Hotels: €90-€160 | Taxi: €30 | Rental Apt: €80-€140+ | Total Cost: €45-€80
Madrid is the capital of Spain and the country’s biggest city. Best of all, it’s one of the cheaper cities in Western Europe. Pair those reasonable prices with an incredibly lively nightlife scene and beautiful architecture, and well… it’s no surprise it’s one of the most popular tourist destinations in Europe.

In this Madrid travel price guide, we’ll outline the estimated travel expenses for food, accommodation, attractions, alcohol, and other things that you’ll experience when you visit Madrid...

Published : Feb, 2023

<$50 day | <$100 day | Accom (any) | Food (any)
Food: $13-$19 | Breakfast: $2-$5 | Hostel: $10-$22 | Dinner: $6-$15 | Hotel: $35-$90 | Lunch: $3-$8 | Rental Apt: $50-$100+ | Ticket -Bus & Tram: $.85 | Total Cost: $30-$50 | Midrange $$: $45 | Attractions: $3-$6 | Thrifty $: $29
Krakow is one of Europe’s hidden gems (although it is starting to become much more well-known). We like to think of it as a cheaper and less fancy version of Prague. Krakow’s cheap alcohol, accommodation, and food have made it a popular destination for budget travelers looking for something a little different.

In this Krakow travel price guide, we’ll outline the estimated travel expenses for food, accommodation, attractions, alcohol, and other common expenses so you can better budget your trip to Krakow...

Published : Feb, 2023

<$50 day | <$100 day | Accom (any) | Food (any)
Lunch: €3.50-€10 | Total Cost: €40-€75 | Attractions: €5-€15 | Midrange $$: €65 | Food: €16-€21 | Thrifty $: €40 | Accom: €19-€30 | Beer: €1.10-€3 | Hostel: €20-€45 | Hotel: €55-€130+ | Rental Apt: €85-€110 | Dinner:
Lisbon is a beautiful, hilly coastal city famous for its pastel buildings, café culture, and Fado music. It’s also very friendly on the wallet when compared to other Western European cities — food and lodging are both priced reasonably and attractions are about average. But hurry because Lisbon is quickly becoming much more popular so prices are starting to rise.

In this Lisbon travel price guide, we’ll outline the estimated travel expenses for food, accommodation, attractions, alcohol, and other common costs to help you budget your trip to Lisbon...

Published : Feb, 2023

<$50 day | <$100 day | Accom (any) | Food (any)
Total Cost: £60-£95 | Attractions: £10-£20 | Breakfast: £3-£10 | Food: £21-£31 | Lunch: £5-£15 | Hostel: £23-£47 | Dinner: £7-£18 | Hotel: £90-£150 | London Tower: £29.90 | Rental Apt: £90-£170+ | Buckingham Palace: £30-£33 | Midrange: £92 |
London is a world-class city but It’s also one of the most expensive cities in the world. Luckily, hostels are reasonably affordable (at least for a major city) and there are plenty of great free museums. However, the cost of attractions and food prices will put a major dent in your budget.

In this London travel price guide, we’ll outline the estimated travel expenses for food, accommodation, attractions, alcohol, and other things that you’ll experience so you can better budget your trip to London...

Published : Feb, 2023

Other logistics | <$50 day | <$100 day | Accom (any) | Food (any)
Dinner: €10-€20 | Lunch: €8-€16 | Thrifty $: €60 | Beer: €2.50-€7 | Midrange$$: €94 | Coffee: €2.50-€4 | Total Cost: €65-€100 | Hostel: €35-€65 | Hotel: €150-€200 | Rental Apt: €120-€200+ | Attractions:
It’s no surprise that Dublin is a top destination for travelers thanks to its vibrancy, nightlife, and fun tourist attractions. However, Dublin is fairly expensive (especially food and alcohol) so many budget travelers only spend a few days here before exploring the rest of Ireland. In this Dublin price guide, we’ll outline the estimated travel expenses for food, accommodation, attractions, alcohol, and other things that you’ll experience to help you budget your visit to Dublin...

Published : Feb, 2023

<$50 day | <$100 day | Accom (any) | Food (any)
Attractions: €7-€15 | Rental Apt: €80-€180+ | Lunch: €6-€12 | Dinner: €7-€20 | Breakfast: €3–€6 | F. Cathedral: €15-€30 | Total Cost: €55-€90 | Beeer: €0.92-€4.50 | Thrifty $: €55 | Glass of Wine: €2-€3 | Midrange $$: €85
Florence is the capital of Italy’s Tuscany region and the birthplace of the Renaissance so the entire city is a monument to masterpieces of art and architecture. Florence seems to make it on most people’s Italian itinerary and luckily it can be a little more affordable than Rome and Venice—although prices are higher in the busy summer season since it’s such a tourism destination. The key is to avoid tourist trap restaurants and to book your accommodation early so you get the best deals.
In this Florence travel price guide, we’ll outline the estimated travel expenses for food, accommodation, attractions, alcohol, and other things so you can best budget your trip to Florence...

Published : Feb, 2023

<$50 day | <$100 day | Accom (any) | Food (any)
Edinburgh Castle: £18.50 | Beer: £1.60- £3.50 | Lunch: $3-$8 | Total Cost: £45-£90 | Breakfast: Free-£10 | Dinner: £8-£18 | Thrifty$: £43 | Loch Ness trip: £8-£18 | Midrange $$: £85 | Hostel: £18-£40 | Hotel: £85-£150 | Attractions: £5-£18 |
Edinburgh is a beautiful city that has plenty of options for budget travelers—except when prices are jacked up during the multi-week Edinburgh Festival each August. Many of the museums are free but other attractions can be pretty expensive. Food and drink can be affordable if you know where to look.

In this Edinburgh price guide, we’ll outline the estimated travel expenses for food, accommodation, attractions, alcohol, and other things to help you budget your trip to Edinburgh...

Published : Feb, 2023

<$50 day | <$100 day | Accom (any) | Food (any)
Lunch: €4-€8 | Attractions: €8-€15 | Beer: €.95-€3.50 | Rental Apt: €90-€160 | Hostel: €24-€46 | Dinner: €6–€15 | Hotel: €100-€150 | Thrifty $: €52 | Midrange $$: €80 | Total Cost: €55-€90 | Breakfast: Free-€5
The daily costs to visit Hamburg. How to estimate your budget for food, hostels, hotels, attractions, alcohol & more...

In this Hamburg travel price guide, we’ll outline the estimated travel expenses for food, accommodation, attractions, alcohol, and other common costs to help you budget for your trip to Hamburg...

Published : Feb, 2023

<$50 day | <$100 day | Accom (any) | Food (any)
Lunch: €7-€15 | Hotel: €90-€160 | Total Cost: €80-€100 | Rental Apt: €75-€180 | Midrange $$: €90 | Attractions: €10 -€15 | Thrifty $: €62 | Royal Museum: €10-€15 | Breakfast: Free-€10 | Dinner: €12-€25 | Beer: €1.65-€5 |
Brussels is the largest city in Belgium and home to the EU parliament. It’s also a major business hub—which means it’s expensive since it caters to wealthy visitors. Attractions are on the expensive side and everyday items like transportation and food can be expensive. In this Brussels price guide, we’ll cover typical Brussels travel costs for food, accommodation, sights, and extras so you can better budget your trip.

Published : Feb, 2023

<$50 day | <$100 day | Accom (any) | Food (any)
Thrifty $: $35 | Thermal Baths: $14-$28 | Breakfast: Free-$6 | Hungarian Gallery: $8 | Lunch: $4-$10 | Dinner: $8-$13 | Beer: $1-$1.60 | Attractions: $5-$9 | Hostel: $17-$35 | Total Cost: $35-$60 | Hotel: $45-$95 | Midrange $$: $40 | Rental Apt: $50-$130
Budapest is one of the biggest cities in the EU and is often called the Paris of the East. It remains a popular destination because of its low prices, beautiful architecture, youthful spirit, vibrant nightlife, and rich history. Plus, it still has that gritty Eastern Europe edge—which adds to its coolness. In this Budapest price guide, we’ll outline the estimated travel expenses for food, accommodation, attractions, alcohol, and other things to help you budget your trip...

Published : Feb, 2023

<$50 day | <$100 day | Accom (any) | Food (any)
Hostel: €22-€35 | Dinner: €10-€25 | Hotel: €75-€125 | Attractions: €6-€10 | Rental Apt: €75-€140+ | Breakfast: Free–€8 | Beer: €1.5-€5 | Lunch; €6-€14 | Köln Triangle: €5 | Thrifty$: €48 | Total Cost: €48-€75 | Midrange $$:
Cologne (Köln in German) is Germany’s fourth-largest city and it’s home to the impressive Cologne Cathedral which towers above the city. Even though Cologne is located in Germany (one of Europe’s most expensive countries), the city is fairly affordable if you are careful about your budget. In this Cologne travel price guide, we’ll outline the estimated travel expenses for food, accommodation, attractions, alcohol, and other things that you’ll experience to help you better budget your trip.

Published : Feb, 2023

<$50 day | <$100 day | Accom (any) | Food (any)
Breakfast: Free-€10 | Total Cost: €65-€90 | Dinner: €8-€16 | Hotel: €75-€130 | Lunch: €5-€12 | Rental Apt: €75-€125 | Hostel: €30-€65 | Beer: €.80-€3.50 | Midrange $$: €75 | Thrifty $: €50
Berlin is one of the cheapest capital cities in Western Europe, so it’s a great place for budget travelers seeking world-class museums, cheap food, crazy nightlife, and affordable accommodation. Prices are slowly rising but there are still easy to visit without spending a lot of money. In this Berlin price guide, we’ll cover typical Berlin travel costs for food, accommodation, sights, and extras so you can better budget your trip...

Published : Feb, 2023

<$50 day | <$100 day | Accom (any) | Food (any)
Rental Apt: €90-€175+ | Attractions: €5-€15 | Midrange $$: €85 | Breakfast: Free–€8 | Total Cost: €80-€100 | Food: €22-€38 | Thrifty $: €45 | Lunch: €5-€16 | Accom.$: €28 | Dinner: €15-€25 | Accom.$$: €33 | Hostel: €27-€37 |
Bruges is a “touristy” destination so prices are higher than what you’ll find in the rest of Belgium—most notably food and accommodation. In this travel price guide, we’ll cover typical Bruges travel costs for food, accommodation, sights, and extras so you can better budget your trip...

Published : Feb, 2023

When to visit | Sites & attractions | <$100 day | >$250 day | Local transport | City tours & passes | Activities: Outdoor | Activities: Nature & Wildlife
Tips | Godafoss Waterfall | Campervan | Silfra Fissure | Arnarstapi | Northern Lights | Blue Lagoon
It’s no secret that Iceland is one of my favorite destinations. Home to incredible landscapes, a low crime rate, and an endless list of adventurous things to do, Iceland is perfect for seasoned, first-time, and solo travelers.

Whether it’s diving in the Silfra Fissure, climbing glaciers, or road-tripping around the Ring Road in Iceland, there’s always something new and exciting to discover! But, before you book your tickets and pack your bags, there are a few important things you need to know.

Here are my 10 tips for your first trip to Iceland!

Published : Feb, 2023

<$50 day | <$100 day | Accom (any) | Food (any)
Rental Apt: €90-€200 | Bike Rental: €4-€15 | Taxi bet. Airport & City Ctr: €40-€50 | Midrange $$: €118 | Bfast: Free-€10 | Thrifty $: €70 | Lunch: €5-€13 | Attractions: €5-€18 | Dinner: €8-€20 | Hostel: €40-€75 | Hotel:
Amsterdam is one of my favorite cities in Europe. It has loads of history, amazing canals, 1000+ beautiful little bridges, really tall Dutch people, and a few other highlights. However, Amsterdam is not a cheap destination. But since most travelers only spend a few days here, it shouldn’t tax your budget too terribly. So how much does it cost to visit Amsterdam? Let’s take a look at some typical travel costs to give you a better idea of Amsterdam travel prices...

Published : Feb, 2023

<$50 day | <$100 day | Accom (any) | Food (any)
Attractions: 50hrk-80hrk | Dinner: 60-150hrk | Food: 100hrk-210hrk | Total Cost: $50-$80 | Accom.- Hostel: 200hrk | Midrange $$: 410hrk | Hostel:130hrk-340hrk | Thrifty $: 290hrk | Hotel: 400hrk-900hrk | Beer: 7hrk-20hrk | Rental Apt: 445hrk-950hrk | Breakfast:
In this travel price guide for Dubrovnik, we’ll outline the estimated travel expenses for food, accommodation, attractions, alcohol, and other things that you’ll experience when budgeting your visit to Dubrovnik...

Published : Feb, 2023

<$50 day | <$100 day | Accom (any) | Food (any)
Lunch: €5-€12 | Hostel: €18-€38 | Parthenon: €20 | Dinner:$9-$18 | Acropolis: €20 | Hotel:€55-€155 | Ancient Agora: €10 | Apt.: €50-€120 | New Acropolis Museum: €15 | Thrifty $: €45 | Benaki Museum: €12 | Total Cost: €55-€85 |
Athens is bursting with impressive ruins from the ancient world but travel costs in Athens are fairly affordable — prices in Athens drop once you get away from the main tourist sights. In this guide, I’ll cover typical travel prices in Athens to help you budget your trip.

Published : Feb, 2023

<$50 day | <$100 day | Accom (any) | Food (any)
Day Passes: €15-€35 | Total Cost: €70-€95 | Bus (Airpt. to City):€5.90 | Taxi (Airprt. to City) €30-€35 | Hotel: €65-€155 | Attractions: €8-€24 | Hostel:€19-€42 | Bfast: Free-€9 | Apt: €95-€160+ | Lunch: €5-€18 | Midrange $$:
Barcelona has a lot going for it so it’s naturally at the top of many travel itineraries. It has a vibrant food scene, a plethora of unique historic architecture, and some of the best nightlife in Europe. And it’s one of the few major European cities with beaches. As far as travel prices are concerned, Barcelona isn’t cheap, but it isn’t too terribly expensive either. In this guide, we’ll cover typical Barcelona travel costs for food, accommodation, sights, and extras so you can better budget your trip.

Published : Feb, 2023

<$50 day | <$100 day | Accom (any) | Food (any)
Le Village Hostel: €40-€50 | The People Belleville: €40 | Loft Boutique: €36-€45 | Generator Paris: €45-€55 | St Christopher’s Paris Gare du Nord: €45-€55 | Plug Inn Montmartre: €45 | Mije Fourcy F. Maubuisson: €45 | FIAP Jean Monnet: €75
Paris does a lot of things incredibly well—unfortunately, hostels aren’t one of them. Hostels in Paris tend to be fairly expensive and the quality is only average. Basically, don’t expect to see any hostels in Paris with stellar reviews but there are still a few good options. That said, Paris is an amazing place to visit so you won’t be at your hostel much anyways. So, without further ado, here is our list of the best hostels in Paris...

Published : Feb, 2023

<$50 day | <$100 day | Accom (any) | Food (any)
Hostel One: £45 | Astor Queensway: £40 | MEININGER London Hyde Park: £40 | Hostel Packing Advice | Palmers Lodge –Swiss Cottage: £40 | Ave. Hostel Price: £35-£60 | Astor Museum Inn: £38 | Barmy Badger Backpackers: £37 | Clink261: £40 | Wombats City
London is truly one of Europe’s best cities for hostels. In fact, there are more than 100 hostels in London and they range from cheap and grungy to high-end and expensive. In this guide, we’ve assembled a list of the best hostels in London that have the perfect combination of great location, good amenities, and fair prices...

Published : Feb, 2023

<$50 day | <$100 day | Accom (any) | Food (any)
Bus (Airpt. to Antwerp): €10 | Attractions: €7-€12 | Hostel: €18-€30 | Bfast: Free-€8 | Hotel: €80-€160 | Lunch: €3.50-€10 | Midrange $$: €75 | Dinner: €10-€25 | Thrifty $: €55 | Wine: €7.75 | Beer: €1-€4 | Day Pass: €7.50 |
While Antwerp is best known as the center of the diamond trade, it’s actually a hidden gem thanks to its medieval architecture, vibrant nightlife, fashion scene, and art. Antwerp’s cobbled streets, café culture, friendly people, and impressive cathedral make the city worth visiting if you’re in the neighborhood. Prices in Antwerp are about average for Western Europe and it’s a quick trip to Belgium’s other famous cities so it’s a popular weekend trip...

Published : Feb, 2023

<$50 day | <$100 day | Accom (any)
Hostels based in Price-Location-Overall Quality | Helpful Info about Hostels | Hostel Packing Advice | More Budget Travel Advice | Best hostels: price - location - quality | Best Hostels
Amsterdam has a lot of hotels that cater to just about any traveler. In fact, according to Hostelworld, there are over 100 so you won’t have any trouble finding one. On the other hand, Amsterdam hostels aren’t always great so you’ll want to do a bit of research to ensure you snag one of the good hostels.

In this guide, I’ve assembled what I think are the best hostels in Amsterdam based on price, location, amenities, and overall quality...

Published : Feb, 2023

<$50 day | <$100 day | Accom (any)
Next House Hostel: €30 | Hostel Packing Advice | More Helpful Travel Advice | Ave. Price -Hostel Bed: €36/night | Quick Info | More Hostel Tips | Steel House: €30 | Hostel Ranking Criteria | Copenhagen Downtown Hostel: €40 | Urban House: €33 | Generator Copenhagen:
Copenhagen has become one of Europe’s must-visit cities so more and more visitors are flocking to this vibrant capital city. That said, Copenhagen is an expensive destination and that is reflected in the hostel prices. That’s why we’ve sorted through the city’s approximately 20 hostels to find you the best hostels in Copenhagen so you get the most value from your accommodation...

Published : Feb, 2023

<$50 day | <$100 day | Accom (any) | Food (any)
Meininger Brussels City Ctr: €28 | Hostel cost: €25-€30 | Brussels 2GO4 Quality Hostel Grand Place: €28 | Sleep Well Youth Hostel: €27 | Jacques Brel Youth Hostel: €27.50 | Youth Hostel Van Gogh | BRXXL 5 City Centre Hostel | Brussels Hello Hostel |
Brussels isn’t traditionally known as a budget-friendly destination so the hostel scene isn’t nearly as extensive or developed as you’ll find in other major European cities. That said, there are still a handful of solid hostel options and they’re still fairly affordable. That’s why I’ve compared the different options to find you the best hostels in Brussels to fit your travel style...

Published : Feb, 2023

<$50 day | <$100 day | Accom (any) | Food (any)
Midrange $$: $135-$220 | Thrifty $: $75 | Attractions: $10-$25 | Museums: $25-$30 | Food: $30-$45 | Empire State Observatory: $40-$60 | Accom: $35-$150 | Hotel: $150-$380 | Ave. 2-Star Hotel: $175 | Hostel: $40-$80 | Subway & Bus 7-Day Unli: $33 | Taxi &
New York City is one of the most-loved and most-visited cities in the world, but it’s also one of the most expensive travel destinations—I should know, I’ve lived here for more than seven years.

So how much does it cost to visit NYC? Well, that truly depends on your travel style. That’s why I’ve created this NYC Price Guide to give you some ballpark travel costs tailored for the average budget-conscious traveler...

Published : Jan, 2023

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Lisboa Central Hostel: €19 | Goodmorning Lisbon Hostel: €28 | Rossio Hostel: €20 | Lisbon Destination Hostel: €29 | Sant Jordi Hostel: €26 | Lost Inn €28 | Lisbon Old Town Hostel: €21 | Lisbon Lounge: €22 | Yes! Lisbon Hostel: €29 | Home Lisbon:
Lisbon has quickly become one of Europe’s top budget-friendly destinations thanks to its affordable food, cheap wine, cheaper beer, cool sights, and a very healthy selection of excellent hostels. And we’re always on the lookout for great hostels so that’s why we’ve compiled a list of the best hostels in Lisbon based on price, location, amenities, atmosphere, and overall quality...

Published : Nov, 2022

<$50 day | <$100 day | Food (any)
1. Laikon | 2. Kafeneio Odysseia | 3. Argofageio | 4. Το Δίχτυ | 6. Μπακίρι Καφενές | 7. Οινοποτείο καπηλειό | 8. Bougatsa Bantis | 5. Salento Street Fd.
We came to Thessaloniki to eat and work. Plus to enjoy the warmth. It was late October and still a perfect 24c. Over little under a month, we enjoyed some of the best food we have ever tasted. What makes Thessalonki, the food capital of Greece? The city’s rich culinary traditions have been built on the wave of immigrants that have made the city home over the centuries. Where to eat in Thessaloniki and what food should you eat in Thessaloniki? To really feel the pulse of the city, head to one of the city’s many mezedopolia ( small plates restaurants where you gorge on a variety of local dishes, washed down with ridiculously affordable ouzo, wine, retsina or tsipouro). I’ve shared below the best restaurants in Thessaloniki that are good quality and budget friendly. Let me know if I should add anymore names to this list.