Backpacking is a way of life, and staying in the Attic Backpackers hostel brought back a lot of memories. Here’s our experience back to communal living!
Tag: Budget accommodation
Returning to Thailand for a short stay in bustling Bangkok, here’s our review of a newcomer to the city’s budget accommodation scene – Holy Sheet Hostel.
After four years, eTramping returns to the Goodmorning Hostel in Lisbon – so what’s new?
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!
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.
Rotterdam is one of the most stunning and historical cities in the Netherlands. It not only bursts with architecture, design, art and culture, but also boasts a wide and varied range of shops, attractions, festivals, restaurants and parks. Let’s see what you can do here on a budget!
Budget travel tips on exploring Antwerp on the cheap – $25 per person a day with VRBO, healthy food and plenty of sightseeing spots not to be missed!
Walking holidays are one of the best ways to enjoy seeing and feeling a country at your own pace. The benefits of traveling in this style are numerous. Not only is it ecologically friendly, it’s also far healthier than jumping on a bus or a plane and kicking back while feasting on chocolate and binging on in-flight entertainment.
Budget travel tips on how to explore California for less than $25. Impossible? Impossible’s nothing with eTramping!
In fact, a day in Seattle for under $25 is not only doable but enjoyable as well. Read on for this Seattle itinerary on the cheap that covers all the wonderful and odd things that makes this soggy city in the Pacific Northwest so great.
Unfortunately, especially for travelers paying in US dollars, visiting any city in the United Kingdom can mean a very expensive vacation which is why we’ve set out how to spend just $25 (or around £15 with current conversion rates) or less each day during your visit to Edinburgh!