Itineraries filled with activities you can do one day or less—ideal for anyone who is taking a cruise or on a quick city break.
Booking hotels and scheduling flights on a shoestring budget is just a small piece of the traveling pie. With the logistics out of the way, you can start planning which sights to see. But how do you know where to go and when to go there so you can make the most of your daily itineraries?
I love to walk around a new place and get a feel for the people and culture. But sometimes, a nice tour helps me get acquainted with the area so I can decide which parts are most enticing and worthwhile for my interests. Other times, I’ve only got a few short days, or even hours, to see as much as possible. It’s at these times I trust a tour guide to get me to all the must-see spots.
Maybe you’re headed someplace you don’t know much about. Fear not. Every place has something special to see, from roadside attractions to the Eiffel Tower. Whether you’re looking to travel across four countries in 10 days or cruise through international waters, you don’t need to break the bank to have a good time. Whether you’ve got $50 a day or $200, there are a host of luxe experiences you can indulge in without exceeding your shoestring budget.