Tips for budget travel in Europe
One of the most budget-friendly ways to see Europe is by using an Interrail train Pass. With a single Pass you can hop on and off many of Europe's trains. Costs of accommodation, food and entertainment do vary between countries, but there are many ways to enjoy a low-cost trip. For example, instead of heading to the popular and pricey French Mediterranean coast, why not go off the beaten track and give Croatia’s stunning beaches a visit.
Also, by travelling outside the high-season, you’ll save yourself a lot of money and dodge the swarms of travellers. Find out how to get the most from your money during your Interrail trip, so you have more to spend on the fun stuff!
With your Interrail Pass you can get from city to city on a budget. But how do you discover your destination, without spending all your cash on taxis? We've got you covered!
Finding affordable accommodation in all your destinations can be challenging. Luckily there are plenty of budget friendly places to rest in most of Europe. After all, being well rested is a big part of travelling comfortably.
Tickets for that famous museum, joining a walking tour to learn more about your destination or finally seeing that impressive land mark... Everyone spends some money on sightseeing! But did you know you can also do this on a budget? We've got some tips for you.
Eating and shopping
With tourism growing almost everywhere, it can be difficult to find a nice restaurant or souvenir shop without overpaying. Go where the locals are, for a more authentic experience and better prices!
Change of currency
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