Your Next Skill: Budget Travel
Find resources for learning to travel on a budget. Below are several different resources--books, videos, a free online class, and an iOS app--which may help you learn budget traveling.
How to Travel the World on $50 A Day
From the author of the Nomadic Matt travel blog, this book includes tips for avoiding the costs of traditional luxury travel options while still enjoying a comfortable, exciting trip.
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Travel the World Without Worries
If you're planning long-term low budget travel, this book can be especially useful. Learn how to plan, save for your trip, pack efficiently, and spend less while traveling for several weeks or more.
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The Rough Guide to Europe on A Budget
This travel book from Rough Guide provides "tips, clear and comprehensive travel information, recommendations for budget hostels, cafés, restaurants, clubs, and bars in every major city, plus information on great local festivals and outdoor adventures."
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Travel Videos at Budget Travel
Budget Travel's website includes lots of short videos featuring money saving travel tips for destinations around the world. Each video is accompanied by a brief article and related links.View Travel Videos at Budget Travel
Travel Hacking Basics - How To Travel Longer & Better! at Udemy
This free online course provides tips for saving money on flights, accommodations, and food and beverages. The class also includes information on avoiding common tourist scams.View Travel Hacking Basics - How To Travel Longer & Better! at Udemy
Tripcoin - Travel budget on the App Store
This free travel expense tracking app works offline, has a geo-location feature to sort expenses by country, and includes a currency converter.View Tripcoin - Travel budget on the App Store