Bryan has visited exactly one more country than his wife, and she won't let him forget it! Also an avid photographer, he enjoys entrenching himself within the local culture in order to learn more about the people of a place. He is the co-founder of Budget Your Trip and loves a good adventure, an exotic meal, or a passionate conversation about global events.
With its sunny weather, bright blue sky and spectacular scenery, Sydney is the perfect city for outdoors exploration. And the best thing about it – it won’t cost you a thing apart from the bus fare. Depending on your interests, you can explore the sights within the city or venture out into the surrounding National Parks. There are plenty of free things to do in Sydney and here is the pick of the bunch.
If you are looking to add some adventure and a magical destination to your bucket list, you need to think about Nepal. This complex oasis of mountains, valleys, ancient towns and varied culture had been one of my top destinations for many years. Far off the beaten path, Nepal is like entering into an ancient world that has been at a standstill for all of time.
With a number of museums, historical places, and malls, Washington D.C. easily ranks at the top of the best United States destinations, especially for those that are budget- friendly. Aside from the Smithsonian museums, anyone can see the White House, watch a Shakespeare play, and even take some nature tripping – all absolutely free. Here are six of the top tourist destinations in Washington D. C. for those on a tight budget.
Exploring Montenegro for two days will enable you to see quite a few main cities and attractions. Montenegro is a small country; therefore, driving across the whole country takes around 4 hours. Hence, if you budget your time correctly, you can see and do a lot in a short amount of time.
New Zealand is pretty much an idyllic spot to come hiking all year round. Our National Parks and hiking trails are open to walkers year-round but the time of year you visit will make a difference to your experience. Basically, it boils down to individual preferences on which season suits you best. Here, we’ve broken it down season by season so as to give you a good insight into what to expect.
Amsterdam is known for its canals, gorgeous architecture, coffee shops, and red-light district. The city is home to lively nightlife, cultural festivals, and scrumptious cuisine. However, Amsterdam is mostly famous for its interesting museums. This guide will show you where to go if you want to see the best of them.
Of course, like any big city, Amsterdam has its share of expensive activities, and you could easily blow your budget in its rooftop bars, on expensive sightseeing tickets and more. However, you can also enjoy this beautiful city without spending a cent (or at least, very few of them).
Antigua Guatemala, probably the most visited place in all of Guatemala, is a small city that is packed with many amazing things. But with many amazing things, they usually come with a hefty price. For backpackers like myself, we want to know what is worth paying for and in general how to get the must value with our money. Here is a guide for Antigua Guatemala from a backpacker’s perspective.
It’s official, San Diego is one of the most expensive cities to live in America. Take it from a local, you don’t need to spend a fortune to visit America’s Finest City. Our seven free things to do in San Diego could fill a weekend visit, or supplement a longer trip.