Travel can be expensive. Even if you manage to score a reasonably priced Airbnb, flights, airport transfers, and tourist experiences can put a serious dent in your bank account.
The good news is, with a little planning and know-how you can still have the trip of a lifetime without redrawing on your mortgage.
Click on for the seven best money-saving travel tips, and get ready to make room in your piggy bank.
One of the easiest ways to save money on your next holiday is to travel in off-peak seasons. Italy, for example, is known to be expensive during summer, but rates usually drop between September and October.
When you’re searching for flights and accomodation, your computer places cookies in your browser, which enables sites to remember what you’re searching for and in turn, the price might gradually creep up. The solution? Clear your cache regularly.
Airports overcharge for pretty much everything, including food and drinks. So, while it may sound stingy, pack some of your own snacks and drinks to enjoy pre-flight. Not only will you save money, but it’s a healthier option too.