How to explore Europe when you have a low budget?
I am a wonderer traveler, and I call myself ‘Lonely Stone.’ It’s my pen name and wrote my first inspirational e-book, How to Travel the World for Free?. I decided to share this e-book with all of you for Free. I met many travelers, digital nomads who have inspired me during my travel journey until now. There have been various inspirational incidents, events and learning all these years. I shared most of these through my blog writings. The ebook also has lots of tips and ideas related to that. I explored many countries and continents, but Europe is always my favourite. Let me be frank with all of you…
When I decided to travel to Europe for the first time, I don’t have enough money to explore the grandeur of the country. There are tons of historic places to explore in the European cities, like Rome, Florence, Venice and others. My budget was low, but I discovered ways to explore Europe on a low budget. I want to share these tips with all my readers, new travelers and passionate people who love to travel to explore this beautiful world worry-free. If you are thinking about how to explore Europe when you have a low budget, you are on the right page.
To end all your curiosity, let me take you through these practical tips.
So, let’s get started.
Use Megabus as the means of Transport
I know it’s pretty expensive getting around in Taxi. However, there is nothing to worry if you want to explore Europe. The Megabus running throughout Europe has an excellent network and it’s one of the cheap means to move around England, Scotland and Wales. The Megabus Network also connects Paris, Brussels, and Amsterdam. I was actually overwhelmed as the cheap tickets start from one pound. You can also get cheap deals if you book tickets in advance. So, if you hop around using Megabus service, you can save a lot. It is definitely one of the best ways to explore Europe when you have a low budget.
Look for Budget Airlines
Many of you might be wondering around how to get cheap airlines to reach Europe, right? Nothing to worry as there are lots of carriers and budget airlines offering great deals to fit your pocket. My suggestion is for long-distance travel in Europe travelling in a budget career is probably the best way. If you are lucky, you might get fare starting from just 1 euro. Vueling, Ryanair, EasyJet, Wizz Air and others are some of the best budget airlines. Book your flight with them, and I am sure that you will get good deals. However, make sure to follow the check-in process with each of these budget airlines. In case you don’t read all the terms and conditions, you might end up with paying additional penalty charges.
Get a Eurail Pass.
Travelling by train is always exciting. It gives you an opportunity to relax and enjoy the surrounding scenic beauty through the window. I love reading books and while travelling by train I get plenty of time to read books. I must mention that my latest e-book, How to Travel the World for Free?. I finished while I was travelling in a train. It is noteworthy to mention that Europe has one of the world’s best and extensive rain network. The European rail network is great for short-distance travel or for an overnight journey between countries. Therefore, get a rail pass and enjoy your train ride all over Europe at a cheap price. In this way, you can easily explore Europe on a low budget.