20 Ways to Travel in Expensive Countries Without Breaking the Bank

Are you avoiding the world’s most expensive countries because you can’t afford the trip? Well, if you follow the tips in this article, you’ll see you can actually travel around them on the cheap!

Here are 20 ways to make “expensive” places affordable travel destinations.

1. Stay in hostels

Hostels are a must. If you’re traveling on your own, there’s no better way to save on accommodation while meeting new people!

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2. Do Couchsurfing

You can always stay on strangers’ couches if you want to keep your accommodation costs low.

Sounds dangerous? It isn’t! The Couchsurfing community is super generous and willing to help travelers.

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3. Cook your own food

Although it’s tempting to always eat out, you quickly realize it can be expensive. Hostels tend to have communal kitchens where a cooked meal can save you a lot.

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