“Cheap Thrills: Traveling London on a Budget”

For the Thousands of Students Heading off abroad to London

“Cheap Thrills: Traveling London on a Budget”

via “Traveler’s Today

“London is one of the most expensive cities in Europe and in the world. While many travelers believe the city can easily burn the pockets, there are now more ways to enjoy it even when on a budget.

Whether it’s a good meal or some of the most unique souvenirs to take back home, here are a few budget-friendly tips when traveling London.

1. Consider fare-hotel bundle discounts

Typically, airfares to London range from $1,000 to $2,500 and accommodations can be as cheap as $12 a night to well over a luxurious stay of $300 per night. A practical advise is to book these early and consider consulting various and accredited travel agencies. . . . .”

 

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“Guide to Green Stays, Eats, Play”

For the Eco-Friendly Student Traveler

“Guide to Green Stays, Eats, Play”

by John Harvey via “IOL Travel

“Cape Town – An initiative aimed at pointing people towards restaurants, accommodation establishments and other services that espouse eco-friendly practices is beginning to find favour among businesses.

Eco Atlas seeks to be an “all-inclusive ethical directory” to empower both locals and tourists to make informed choices.

Eco Atlas directs people to places where, . . . .”

 

“Bon Voyage! Arrival: Essential Travel Advice For Your Year Abroad In France”

“Bon Voyage! Arrival: Essential Travel Advice For Your Year Abroad In France”

by Megan Ainsworth via “LS Media”

 

“As I stepped off the Rhone Express tram at Lyon’s huge Part-Dieu train station, I immediately felt a million miles away from home. Surrounded by loud French accents, speeding taxi drivers on the ‘wrong’ side of the road and the scorching sun beaming down on my head, I was overwhelmed. I tentatively crossed the road, struggling with my two drastically overweight suitcases, and made my way towards. . . . “