5 Smart Ways To Travel The World Much Cheaper


Want to explore different parts of the world and not spend your entire life savings? We’ve got some smart ways to do that.

We all want to travel around the world, meet new people, learn new cultures, transact business and for other various reasons but finance has proven to be a barrier between our travel wishes. Your finance should not discourage you from frequent trips around the world and we are here to help you achieve that without spending your entire life savings.

Here are 5 tried-and-tested ways to save money on travels.

#1. Use The Cheapest But Safest Routes

Use The Cheapest But Safest Routes

Make a research about your destination and find the cheapest but safest route to reach your travel destination. If a train, bus or a plane is going to your destination, check to know the one which is cheaper and safe and board it.

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#2. Don’t Rent Cars

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Don’t try to live like a big boy in your travel, renting a car will only inflate your expenditure so what we advise is for you to use the public transport or rent a bike if there is any.

#3. Go To Museums For Free

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Museums around different parts of the world always have free hours when people can visit without paying any fee, thus study the calender or ask your tour guide to know the free day or hours and visit the museum.

#4. Pay In Local Currency

Ways To Travel The World Much Cheaper

If there’s an option to pay for goods or services with your card at stores, choose the local one because when you choose to pay using your card’s currency, the money is usually converted twice or even three times. Thus, the extra charges may add up to 10%.

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#5. Travel With Less Luggage

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Traveling with less luggage will surely decrease your expenses because airlines and buses charge for luggages so know what you carry when traveling.

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