Ecuador is not the most popular place in the South America but if you’re looking for mountains to hike, beaches to relax or big city life, it’s all here in Quito!
Category: Budget travel
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.
If you are looking to visit France on a tight budget, Paris has a number of free attractions that you can enjoy while you are there. Here’s my top 10.
Today’s post is dedicated to all budget foodies who, like us, can’t resist from trying new dishes when traveling across the US. For those who wish to keep an eye on their restaurant expenditures, San Francisco offers many restaurants that are big on value.
Our main expenses when staying in Cebu – from accommodation to food and transport fees. Check out how affordable it could be to travel here!
Rethymno Youth Hostel in Crete, Greece vs. Bed Bunkers, Bali Indonesia. Which one would you go to?
No matter how many times you’ve seen the Grand Canyon on TV or in photos, nothing can prepare you for the sheer scale and awe-inspiring beauty of this landmark.
Fukuoka is not on the radar of most tourists visiting Japan, but it should be. It is the biggest city in southern Japan and gives easy access to the beautiful nature of Kyushu. Let’s see what you can do, see and eat for less than $25 a day!
Being a travel blogger has its perks. One of them is fee accommodation and food tours in exchange of honest hostel/ hotel review and social media promotion.
Once you visit Greece, you will fall in love with its stunning golden beaches, light and healthy cuisine that prevails in seafood, extremely friendly (but sometimes too pushy) locals, beautiful weather, amazing landscape, rich history and culture and most importantly budget prices.
Let me show you around Da Lang, Dongguan where I have been living (on and off) for nearly 2 years.
One of the most prominent tourist destinations in the Mediterranean, this Croatian city has enthralled visitors for centuries, with its marble streets and baroque buildings glimmering in the Mediterranean sun. For those looking to enjoy everything this city has to offer, here’s how to spend a day there for less than $25.