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7 of Europe's cheapest cities to visit

    Europe is of course filled with amazing scenic and cultural sights and experiences, but it's also known as by and large an expensive place to visit. Yet it doesn't have to be! There are still a number of European cities and countries where you won't bust your wallet on lodging, dining, entertainment, and touring, and here are seven of them - many, but not all, in Eastern Europe (and of course don't forget that in budget travel, a good part of your savings occurs at the beginning and end of…

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5 budget travel tips to save money on your next trip

You’ll finally have some time to relax and forget about your worries, and you're dreaming of your next trip to an exotic destination. The last thing you want to think about is your budget, but still, we all know that traveling can be expensive. If you’re reading this article, you’re trying to figure out strategies to see the world and enjoy your vacations without spending a fortune. And besides, who doesn’t like saving money? Especially when you can put that money to better use – like another…

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In Croatia, 3 gorgeous yet less crowded/more affordable alternatives to Dubrovnik

In June 2019 we travelled from Zagreb through the national parks and along the Dalmatian Coast to Dubrovnik. We wanted to see for ourselves why so many people flock to the city and whether it was as bad in terms of over-tourism as we’d read. While we’ll write about our experience in Dubrovnik and how to best visit the city (in a sustainable way) in a separate post; today’s post is about three beautiful cities along the Dalmatian Coast north of it which we recommend people visit to give…

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