Is it possible to make a trip to Norway and manage to spend a week there with a very tight budget? To be honest, it’s difficult, but it is certainly possible. The purpose of the trip this time was to see the aurora borealis.
Since I moved to Amsterdam, I’ve been recommended to vitis Holland’s biggest Planetarium and a Zoo called the Artis Royal Zoo. For many it’s more like a very remarkable spot where nature, culture, knowledge and pleasure come together.
From sweeping vistas to sleepy villages, The Camino is an amazing way to explore Spain while taking part in an epic hiking journey. Unfortunately, with its popularity rising The Camino is becoming more and more expensive. Yet it is still easily affordable to those with some budget sense.
Iceland is the place where travellers find the Northern lights, Volcanoes, Europe’s biggest glacier, the Blue Lagoon, the original Geysir, the Medieval Sagas, numerous UNESCO World Heritage sites, and so much more.
Unfotunately, not every has heard of a cozy and small town in Portugal, called Fatima. Located approximately 140 km North from Lisbon, it is mostly famous for its beautiful Sanctuary, visited by millions of pilgrims and tourists from all around the world.
Amsterdam is a great city for healthy eaters. It is packed with salad bars, smoothie bars and vegetarian and vegan restaurants. If you are planning to explore the city, but you are afraid your healthy diet will be destroyed by deep fried Dutch goodies – there is nothing to worry!
Ghent can be as cheap or as expensive as you want. The good news is that it is a budget friendly spot filled with many free things to do. So get creative and prepare yourself for a day in Ghent on the cheap!