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29 Hacks To Save You Money When You Travel To Europe

CXI December 23rd, 2014

 

After travelling to 21 of the 28 countries within the EU, plus also visiting Russia, Ukraine and Turkey, Brooke Saward says she "can finally say I think I've got it down when it comes to booking travel throughout Europe."

If you're travelling to Europe you're likely to be visiting more than one country. She recommends if it’s your first time in Europe, a great idea is to stick to the 'hotspots'.

 

 

The Northern countries are undeniably the most expensive countries to visit in Europe, so it is absolutely necessary to travel at a slower pace in order to make it viable and rewarding.

Still not on the Euro and still off the beaten path, Romania is one of the cheapest countries to visit in Europe and has so much beauty to uncover.

 

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