Cheap Europe Travel Archive

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Saving Money on Attractions with a City Pass or Museum Pass

If you’re looking to do a whole lot of what’s worth doing in a city—especially if you’re traveling as a couple or a family—it can make a lot of sense to lay out one lump sum for a pass that will get you into many attractions for one price. You have to

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Cargo Ship Karaoke, a Nepalese Funeral Fest, and Eeyou Istchee Internet

When I launched Perceptive Travel a decade ago the goal was to publish the most interesting travel stories on the web and get away from all the same old same ole I was seeing in the few surviving magazines month after month. We’ve managed to build up an admirable body of work

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Where to Stay in Europe for Less Than $50 a Night

We tend to think of Europe as a major splurge, the kind of vacation you save up for and then wince as your cash evaporates upon arrival. In current times, however, there are a lot of cheap destinations in Europe. The combination of a strong U.S. dollar (for now) and lots of

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Grab Temporary Opportunities to Help Your Travel Budget

Whether you took an economics class or not in school, you probably understand the basic concepts of arbitrage and the relationship of supply and demand. Few industries are as sensitive to the latter as travel and the most savvy travelers use the former to their advantage regularly. By being flexible enough to

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One Expat’s Experience Buying a House in Portugal

I interviewed a couple people who had bought a home in Portugal when I was doing the research for A Better Life for Half the Price, but this week I caught up with Suitcase Entrepreneur Natalie Sisson when I heard she had just gone through the process this summer. She recently purchased