The Amateur Traveler community is planning a trip to India and you are invited. NOTE this trip is a bit different from some of our earlier trips as it has more free time. If you […]
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Hear about travel to Helsinki, Finland as the Amateur Traveler talks to Inna from the Finnish Family Travel Blog about her hometown. “In Helsinki the sea is around you all the time. You have an amazing […]
From small family-run hotels to international hotel chains, France’s hotel scene has something for every type of traveler. At EuroCheapo, we’re always partial to budget-friendly independent hotels, although we’re happy to offer advice for ways to save when booking any kind of accommodation in France. Before you hit “book” and reserve your hotels for your » Read more
Iceland has never been more popular as a tourist destination. In fact, over 1.5 million tourists are expected to visit in 2016, and a recent visit to the Keflavik Airport revealed just how much the tourism sector is booming. While waiting over an hour for the customs check and then another delay at the baggage » Read more
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Eating out in Iceland is not usually a budget option, except for take-out foods like hot dogs, burgers, and fish & chips. For those of us who would like to eat well and affordably, here are some ways to save on food in Reykjavik. Note: This article is part of our budget travel guide to » Read more
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Reykjavik is small and easy to explore in just a few days. Spend your time popping into cool record stores, hanging out at local cafes, and window shopping along Laugavegur, the main pedestrian route through downtown. Note: This article is part of our budget travel guide to Iceland. Culture also abounds and you can visit » Read more
For true Cheapos, the best option might be to base yourself in Reykjavik and take bus tours out to the popular tourist destinations. Reykjavik Excursions, the same company that operates the airport buses, offers several tours to explore the beautiful scenery. Note: This article is part of our budget travel guide to Iceland. Golden Circle » Read more
Thousands flood to Spain every year to soak up the sun and enjoy the relaxed way of life, including Spain’s best water parks. Spain is rich in culture, has wild and rugged landscapes, and enjoys hundreds of miles of idyllic sandy beaches. It’s easy to see why Spain remains a favourite holiday destination. Excellent roads […]
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Thinking of traveling to Europe with your family? Here we discuss and recommend some of the best eco-friendly family breaks in Europe that you can enjoy. These are filled with fun activities and will also enable you to be eco-friendly. It will be a good way to teach kids about how their actions create an impact on the […]
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Thinking of the perfect way to have an adventure of a lifetime? To make it even more special and memorable, do not just plan to go just anywhere. Pick an eco-friendly destination and travel green which will allow you to have a good time while also helping the environment. Here’s the place to research one of the best eco-friendly […]
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Tips for green travel should not be only an opportunity to revel in the beauty of the destination, but to also practice being eco-friendly. Keep on reading and learn about some of the ways by which you can be green during your holiday. And once you?re done these sites have more green travel tips! Green Travel Tips […]
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The decision to take the wilderness trip of a lifetime comes paired with a timeless practical equation: how to make sure you?ll be safe and comfortable while minimizing the ?faff? factor. Essential Backpacking Tips and Items to Pack for your Backpacking Adventure. That backpack, the home-in-a-bag, is a complex organism, deeply personal yet highly practical. Yet […]