Money is one of the main reasons why people don’t travel more. Unfortunately, traveling is a privilege, and money is a very real issue for many, and as young precarious workers, we know how it feels to know that every cent matters. One of the best ways to travel more is to budget and choose wisely. Having an estimate of the costs is the way to analyze if a certain destination is possible for our wallet or not. That’s why we find these budget posts so interesting and worth sharing! We could simply research and share average prices with you, but instead, we share our very own Central Europe trip budget, detailing how much we spent and on what.
Last Winter we finally made our first visit to the Azores, more specifically to São Miguel! Although very short, our trip was filled with amazing sights and experiences. We knew we wanted to make the most of our weekend and wander in the amazing nature that the island has to offer. However, even though we were planning to spend most of our time outside, choosing a good place to stay is the first key to a good trip. After a lot of online searching, we booked Casa Ateneu. Based on our experience, we can tell you that this is a great option if you are looking for a hotel in Ponta Delgada.
Bulgaria is one of the oldest countries in Europe, but also one of the least explored. We were completely unaware of all the treasures it holds until we found some affordable flights to Sofia. After five minutes of searching we discovered many of Bulgaria’s wonders! From the golden beaches, to the mountains and the never-ending sunflower-fields! It was easy to click buy and start planning what to do on our ten days in the country. Curious? Here’s our Bulgaria itinerary.
We have told you before, Seville is an amazing destination! This time, we will show you exactly what we mean. This city in the South of Spain is the definition of beauty, and you’ll be surprised by the amount of things to do. Yes, Seville attractions are plenty and photo opportunities are endless! Here are 27 photos to ignite your wanderlust, along with 12 reasons why you must visit Seville.
Once upon a time, Winter was the season we used to travel the most. As full-time students, we had a whole month between semesters to use for travel! Winter is off-season for most of Europe, making it perfect for the way we travel! We always prefer to avoid the crowds, and our low budget also thanks us for choosing the most affordable time to travel. However, now that both of us are full-time workers (with no vacation time) and still students, we can only travel during the weekends. And traveling during the weekend has nothing budget-friendly about it. Nevertheless, we were able to visit two new places which we are eager to share for some Winter travel inspiration!
If, like us, you’re in the northern hemisphere, you are probably counting the down the days until Spring. These last few weeks of Winter have been making us especially nostalgic for sunny days and dry pavements. It has been raining non-stop in Lisbon for more days than I can count with my two hands! We know rain is necessary, but it’s not very practical for city-life. That’s why we’ve been thinking so much about the following destinations, which are absolutely perfect for Spring travel!