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Interesting tips to save when traveling

Here is a great infographic that allows us to discover tips for saving on travel. It is divided into 4 important points to save money and thus make the most of a new country. You might say to yourself that some points are obvious, but at the same time it's important to remember them. If you are planning a trip in the next few months, it is good to take a few minutes to consult this table which will help you guide you.

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Air ticket price

The price of plane tickets varies depending on the destination as well as the period. On the graph we can see some cities as well as the price variation depending on the month. It is important to do your research to find the best time to visit a city. There are also key times to buy a ticket, you always have to keep up to date to follow and discover the promotions. I invite you to always put your browser in "private navigation" mode so as not to leave traces on agency sites which may increase prices according to your interests.

The cost of living

It's no secret that some countries cost much more than others. It is certain that you must have more money in your bank account when going to Switzerland than in Thailand. If you have a small budget, you are better off choosing a country that has a low cost of living. On the table you can see the funny "Big Mac index" to compare different countries.

Expenses

This section focuses more on your travel choices. Do you want to go to big hotels or do Airbnb / Couchsurfing. Do you want to eat in charming little restaurants or make the life of a star? There are 4 important points: accommodation, meals, transport and tourist activities. It's important to do your research before you go to be able to plan your budget.

Additional tips

Finally 4 good tips to make sure you are smart when traveling. First, you can shop around for the best travel insurance. We also advise you to avoid cash advances on credit cards, it is never a good idea. Changing your Canadian money at the first bureau de change is absolutely not a good avenue, you are going to be cheated. You need to compare the prices of exchange offices or do it before your trip to your bank. To conclude, it's always better to pay cash, so you avoid all surprise costs.