If you’re already on my blog, I can safely assume that you’re not on one of those all-inclusive tour packages peddled by various travel agencies. Well maybe you bought a package but hopefully after reading this particular series you might reconsider purchasing a tour package the next time round! Continue reading How To Plan Your Europe/Round-The-World Trip On A Budget Guide – Part 4: The Budget Traveller’s Guide To Sightseeing In Europe
In Part 3 of How To Plan Your Europe/Round-The-World Trip On A Budget Guide: The Budget Traveller’s Guide to Getting Around Europe we’ll examine the various transportation options available on the continent for the budget conscious traveller.
Do check out my previous two posts in the series in case you just joined us:
- How To Plan Your Europe/Round-The-World Trip On A Budget Guide – Part 1: The Budget Traveller’s Guide to Flying
- How To Plan Your Europe/Round-The-World Trip On A Budget Guide – Part 2: The Budget Traveller’s Guide to Accommodation
You can get across the European continent on virtually any type of transportation. There’s planes, cars, trains, buses and even ships. With such an array of options available, which one should you choose?
We won’t be covering all bases in this post. Instead, we’ll focus on the most efficient value for money options on the market.
Here’s the lowdown on how to travel across the European continent both cheaply and efficiently: Continue reading How To Plan Your Europe/Round-The-World Trip On A Budget Guide – Part 3: The Budget Traveller’s Guide to Getting Around Europe
In this follow up to the Budget Traveller’s Guide To Flying (Read it if you haven’t yet), I’ll focus specifically on travel between Asia and Europe. Flights from Asia to Europe vice versa easily cost above $1000. They usually involve a two-leg journey with a stopover in either the Middle East or China if it’s an indirect flight. If you choose to disembark on your stopover, you’ll add another destination to your travel itinerary. This is all pretty standard information. Ask anyone who has flown to Europe or shop around websites/travel agencies and you’ll hear the same.
What if I told you this doesn’t always have to be the case? More stopovers at a lower price?! YES! It’s indeed possible to have multiple stopovers en route to Europe and still spend less than a $1000! By stopovers I’m not referring to the common transit where you’re unable to leave the airport. In both the itineraries outlined below , the stopovers allow you to disembark and spend as much time as you want in a particular city/country. Continue reading Fly To Europe For Under $1000 Return
So you’ve decided to take the plunge after months of dreaming/consideration/pondering – You’re going to embark on the trip of a lifetime. Great! Now that you’ve taken the first step, let’s move on to the next – Planning. The first step is the hardest but planning your trip is no piece of cake either. Here’s a guide to help you plan for your next trip at the lowest prices available.
*The following guide isn’t solely specific to Europe but pretty much anywhere you intend to travel actually*
This how-to guide is going to be pretty lengthy so for easy reading, I’ll be segregating it into multiple parts; each focusing on a specific aspect of planning. Let’s kick things off with the first part of planning: Flights!
” Travel is flight and pursuit in equal parts. The notion of travel as a continuous vision, a grand tour’s succession of memorable images across a curved earth-with none of the distorting emptiness of air or sea-is possible only a train ”
– Paul Theroux