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If you’re smart and are doing some more long-term traveling, be sure to check the museum of your destination’s websites for “free days”

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While you would be remiss to ignore the museums while you’re traveling, it does come with quite a hefty price tag. If you’re smart and are doing some more long-term traveling, be sure to check the museum of your destination’s websites for “free days” and you can be saving yourself upwards from $20 each museum!

“It is good to have an end to journey toward; but it is the journey that matters in the end.”

Ernest Hemingway

If you’re smart and are doing some more long-term traveling, be sure to check the museum of your destination’s websites for “free days”.

Tourist Card

If your itinerary is attraction-heavy, you may want to consider investing in a tourist card.

While these can be very, very, very pricy – the amount of savings it provides might make it well worth it. However, the high price of tourist cards might push you to try to see all of the city in two days, which might mean that you’re missing out on the little things – like enjoying a cup of coffee at a Parisian café or a New York Bagel simply because you can’t fit it into your four to five museums per day plan.

Hotel Bidding: Let me be honest, it takes time and patience to do correctly. Especially in the United States, certain websites have popped up like Priceline that allows you to pick your own price.

Flash Your Student Id Card

Even if it’s been a long time since you’ve seen your alma mater’s hallowed halls, holding on to your ID can mean huge savings. Many cities offer students discounts to museums and attractions. You might even be able to enjoy a few euros off your gelato with a flash of your student ID.

If your itinerary is attraction-heavy, you may want to consider investing in a tourist card. While these can be very, very, very pricy – the amount of savings it provides might make it well worth it.

Perhaps not as cheap as public transportation, but if you need to get somewhere quickly, taxis are the way to go.

However, the high price of tourist cards might push you to try to see all of the city in two days, which might mean that you’re missing out on the little things – like enjoying a cup of coffee at a Parisian café or a New York Bagel simply because you can’t fit it into your four to five museums per day plan.

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