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How to save money when traveling abroad?

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With these ways you can save a lot of money while traveling abroad:

Airline ticket

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Cost of flight tickets vary. Each week, month or year there are certain dates when the airline tickets are much cheaper. Experts recommend to buy travel tickets 2 – 3 months ahead.  Also, you can reduce your costs if you travel during the weekdays, not weekends.

Food

If you really enjoy food you will certainly want to try the country specialties. But if you decide to eat at restaurants every night, you probably will not have enough money to visit all the places that you consider. Think about what is more important to you, to eat caviar or see the pyramids? Buy food in supermarkets and small grocery.

Currency rates

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Exchange rates changes constantly, so it would be good to explore these rates before you leave on your trip. You can exchange your currency in advance, if possible.

Accommodation

Many people choose hotels for accommodation, although there are several other options that should be considered. The cheapest variant hostels, but travelers who want more privacy than hostels can rent an apartment instead of going to the hotel. Prices are likely to be similar, but in a rented apartment will be able to cook your food that can save you a lot of money.

Take advantage of the free events

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Almost every major city has a long list of free entertainment options, but may take you some time to find what you are looking for.  For example, in London almost every museum is free entry, which means that this city is an ideal destination for lovers of art and history. But if more attracts Paris, you can visit the Louvre free of charge every first Sunday of the month.

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