Budget Travel Europe: A Guide to Traveling on Spare Change

By Erica Connolly **Before beginning, remember to check the current exchange rate  As a language assistant in Madrid, I make 1,000 euros a month–ballin! Maybe a little more if I give extra English lessons, but that’s neither here nor there. I’ve lived in Madrid for almost five months and I’ve explored seven countries on this budget, with plans…

How to Explore Venice on a Backpacker Budget

By Erica Connolly One of the first things people will tell you about Venice is that it isn’t cheap and I failed to fully realize this before booking four nights on the island. After seriously stressing about money and considering changing flights, we decided to take Venice by its expensive horns and find a way to…

Quick Tips for Travel Savings

By Daniel Abrahams of MyTravelMoney How To Save On Your Next Summer Holiday – Quick Tips for Travel Savings Have you started looking into booking your summer holiday yet? The winter blues and working too hard can certainly make you reach for that travel brochure, but how do you get the best deal on your holiday? How do…

European Travel in the Fall

By Kayla Hornbrook Summer tends to be the undisputed travel season, but autumn trips can bring all sorts of delights to the traveler who can swing it. Cultural festivals abound as European vacationers come back home to celebrate them, while the departure of tourists means that many attractions become cheaper and less crowded. Food delights…

Cheap Eats Seattle: 7 Secret Spots

Cheap Eats Seattle: 7 Secret Spots

Seattle, being such a large city, is full of a variety of districts and each has all sorts of hidden secrets when it comes to drinking and dining. But don’t worry, we’ll let you in on a few of Seattle’s finest budget-friendly options: 1.     Take 5 Urban Market This small market is quite…