How to travel italy on a budget

How much does it cost to travel from spain to italy


The Colosseum in Rome, the Duomo in Florence, the canals of Venice, the hills in Tuscany, are just some of the beauties that Italy offers, and if you want to live and enjoy them, we tell you how much it costs to travel to Italy from Mexico.

If you choose to stay in 3 or 4 star hotels, you could be paying between 2000 and 3000 pesos per night. For example, at the Hotel Giolli Nazionale, a night will cost you approximately 2,150 pesos, while at the Parc Hotel Germano Suites & Apartment, you will spend around 2,890 Mexican pesos.

For example, if you want a private room at the Yellow Square Rome, you could pay about 834 M per night, if you prefer a shared one, you will pay 448. At the Hostel Venezia Mestre 2, you will pay 1300 for a private room, and 302 for a shared room.

Beautiful Verona is home to this restaurant that serves the best Gnoquis, prepared with black truffle and Parmesan cheese. It is also famous for pasta stuffed with meat and fish or risottos, made with Tuscan wine.

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Slovenia is one of the most beautiful countries in Europe. Everything is lush green, and it is full of natural wonders, such as gorges, waterfalls and caves.    It has landscapes typical of the Alps (in fact in Slovenia there are the Julian Alps), but at a much lower price.

It should be noted that we made the trip in a camper van, practicing “Slow Travel” in the context of our 8-month long European trip. Therefore, the budget we give you will probably not be the most reliable to the reality (we have made an ultra Low Cost trip).

Although we have done this trip by road, we have met people who have done this trip as a backpacker or with a rental car, so we will help you to get a rough idea of how much a trip to Slovenia can cost, regardless of your travel style.

Internal transportation is not too expensive, and there is quite frequent, especially to the most touristic places. For example, from Ljubljana to Lake Bled, which is about an hour away, the ticket costs about 3-4€ (if you take a local one, not a tourist one).

How many euros do I need to travel to italy

Since May 1, 2005 I have been backpacking the world to document the hospitality and daily life of the most unusual destinations through my chronicles. I write travel books to contribute to the nomad revolution.

What budget do we have to manage for a backpacking trip in Europe? How much will we have to spend on transportation and accommodation? Is it possible to eat in the street? Is it worth going to a campsite? If you are preparing a trip to Europe and you are already learning the multiplication table of 16, stay calm, prepare a mate and read this post with updated info fresh from the oven, sorry, from the road.

There are techniques that allow you to travel completely free in some European countries, especially in Scandinavia, Germany, France, Holland, etc, where it is possible to replace the cost of food by dumpster diving and table-diving. Although I do not practice them, I explain them below to give an introduction to those who might be interested in practicing this philosophy.

Budget for a tour in italy

You started your Au Pair experience and every now and then you have a free weekend? Of course, the first thing that comes to your mind is to travel and explore the country where you live or maybe visit your friends and family back home. But is it possible to travel on a budget as an Au Pair? Without a doubt, yes.

It has happened to all of us, walking around a city center, browsing and occasionally buying some overpriced mugs or magnets with the city’s logo on them. If you really need these things, then go to the supermarket or any place that is NOT a souvenir store and buy it there. But we recommend that you bring something nice like local food or wine, you can usually find very affordable options in supermarkets and your friends or family would surely like to taste something from the country you’ve been to while listening to your stories about your amazing travel experience.

Depending on their budget and your preferences, you may want to find affordable, cheap or free accommodation. For the first option check Airbnb or Booking. For the second, Hostelworld or Hostelbookers. You can also check out Hotelscombined or Expedia, which compare different hotels, hostel rooms and apartments and you can use filters to find the one that fits your plans. If you don’t want to pay for a bed, try to find a host on Couchsurfing, in big cities it usually works very well.

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