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28th July 2019 by Budget Traveller

My 75 tips to save money when travelling in Europe

Welcome to my ultimate guide to backpacking Europe on a budget- in this post I have pulled together my 75 best tips to save money while travelling in Europe. The post is a summary of my best posts and tips till date on the BudgetTraveller- all my 10 years of travelling across Europe, distilled into one simple blog post. There are still so many cool new tips and budget hacks that I am still discovering so if I missed out anything, I’d welcome your tips and feedback in the comments below. To...

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24th June 2019 by PommieTravels

10 must-see places in Salzburg

This list of essential places to visit in Salzburg will help you get to know one of the most beautiful cities in Austria and Europe, which we are sure will surprise you and exceed all your expectations. Hometown of Mozart, Salzburg will take you back several centuries in time as you stroll through the streets and squares of the historic center while confirming the many reasons why it is a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.  Based on our experience during the days we spent in the city during...

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24th May 2019 by Rachel Nicole

How to spend a day In Vienna with Marco Polo Guides

Vienna was the second destination on our little multi-city trip that we took last month. We actually stayed in Bratislava for three nights in a very cute Air B&B and decided to take a day trip to Vienna. Travelling between Austria, Slovakia and Hungary on this trip was very simple and affordable on the trains. The trip between Bratislava and Vienna took just over an hour and cost €15 return. During the train journey, I did my research using my Vienna Marco Polo Guide to create the perfect...

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12th September 2018 by Stuart

Salzburg's Christmas markets

The fourth-largest city in Austria is probably best renowned for being the birthplace of Mozart, the setting for ‘The Sound of Music’, and for its intrinsic links to the Christmas season.With such a uniquely diverse set of attractions, in an astonishingly beautiful snow-capped mountain setting, and as the birthplace of the carol ‘Silent Night’, how could I not book a European Christmas market trip to this UNESCO World Heritage Site? Practically on the German border, Salzburg offers...