How to Travel Europe on $1,000 / Month

How to Travel Europe on $1,000 / Month

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  2. I am quite sure that 1000 USD per month is possible in case that one avoids all the Nordic countries, Luxembourg, Lichtenstein, Switzerland and some of the capitals such as Rome, London and Paris. The Cheapest place in Europe that I know of is Ukraine. There is a price comparison site called Numbeo that do quite a good job with comparing cost of living in various areas around the world. Tipping is a very american thing, and is not as common in most places in Europe. A waiter's salary is not based on tipping and especially in the west the waiters usually have quite decent basic salaries.

  3. Such great advice in this video! Any person planning to travel for an extended period of time will love this. 👌- Trevor

  4. Hey Alex, nice Video:) we are doing a 7,200km-donation-hike from Bulgaria to Spain on a budget of an average 10€ per day per Person:) if you are in the region, join us for a bit if you want;) best wishes from Romania, Eva and Jan

  5. A wonder if his advice will work for a big buff black brotha like me. Are these white folks gone pick me up hitchhiking, or let me sleep of thier couch, or want to spend the day showing me around? Maybe I've been lied to and there ain't no racism or prejudice in Europe

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  8. Thanks for the advice, planning on making this trip next year and bringing some friends with me. It's going to be great! Appreciate the information in detail, its easy to make a list, but for someone unfamiliar with Europe (never been) you provide what countries and activities in details. If I go, without a doubt this video will have been the biggest help

  9. Hello! I also like to travel a lot. This summer i went 1 week in Spain(Barcelona and Valencia) and spent a lot more. In your video you said you should avoid turistic locations. What is the point of visiting Barcelona let's say, if you wont visit Sagrada Familia, Parc Guell and a lot of other attractions given you dont have the money to visit them?

  10. Your video is great. We traveled 26 days and visited 10 cities of 7 countries What do you think about our trip? :)))

  11. Can you please elaborate as to how to find these free walking tours? And how do I know which hostels would offer the free pub crawls?

  12. do you guys think it's possible to travel from oslo, through denmark, through germany, across austria and into croatia on electric mountain bikes? (Thinking 6 months and 15000 dollars for two of us?

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  14. I am traveling 8 countries in Europe in 6 months. I am traveling alone and I am looking forward to it. Is traveling with like contiki the best option?

  15. I planned a two month trip across Europe. Im averaging about 2500 a month including hostels and transportation. I left most of my trip flexible but i did buy train tickets in advance! I found that the tours I really wanted to do or activities it is just best to book from the official website. You save anywhere from $50-$75 dollars

  16. I’ll go 2 months to Europe in winter,we are a couple our budget is 3000 a month do you think that will be enough?

  17. Must watch this video,plan
    a budget travel. Travel, Venice Italy, the world most fascinating ,culturaly
    rich city in the world.

  18. What would you recommend for a summer Europe travel budget? Also what do you recommend for packing essentials?

  19. I went to Poland for a week on a whim because I had a week off work. The flight wasn’t cheap, from Toronto, but the week there was. I did all the free museums and ate the street food, because it was June. Nice weather. My hostel room was dirt cheap and it was private with my own washroom. Eastern Europe is so fabulous.

  20. in Spain you can eat and drink all you want for about 5 euros a day!
    Granada and Seville for example give you a free tapas when you buy a coffee or a beer or soda, you pay between 1,5 to 2 euros for everything.
    A tapas is a meal that is not sweet. it cant be a chicken leg with some potatoes , a tuna salad a sandwich etc
    not all cities have this tradition, and it is no logic that decides where it exists. i lived in Spain for two ears and i never got why they have these traditions in only some places
    you never find that tradition on Costa del sol, only in the cities north of the coast.

  21. Visit the cozy edge of the north of Ukraine. Beautiful parks, old trees, birds singing and quiet lake creek. Perfect for those who love ethno-tourism. Welcome!
    1. Trostyanets, Sumy region
    2. Trostyanets, Chernihiv region
    3. Kachanovka, Chernihiv region

  22. taking 1700 and praying i make it through 30 days. Im about to die. May the couch surfing gods be with me

  23. In 2017 I had 40 days summer trip where my friend and I spent 450€ each (and 180€ for 5 flights and one bus ticket)
    Everything you need is just a good plan, positive mindset and all the applications that might help you to save up your money! 🙂

  24. The country that doesn't match up with the 'travel south' idea? Croatia. Split, Hvar, Korčula and Dubrovnik are way more expensive than Zagreb

  25. Travelling is one of the best way to lead one's life. It is fulfilling. And yes, it can be expensive. There are also other travel hacks you can try. @t

  26. I’m 16 and living in Canada BC near Prince George. I have a girlfriend who’s 15 and lives in the UK. I want to go see her seeing as we met online, I’d rather go there then her come here for multiple reasons but the biggest one is that I’d never expect a father to let his daughter travel to another country just for a boy. Instead I’m going there to show both her and her family that I am completely committed to her. My only problem is that I haven’t been able to find how much a trip like that costs. My best guess is between 5,000 and 10,000 Canadian but I honestly don’t know. I’ve tried looking online as best I know how but there’s no sites that have been of any help whatsoever. If someone could reply and offer me a general number to make my goal it would be much appreciated.

  27. Hi Alex, im from India.What would be total tour cost for 30 days. I prefer hostels. Planning to tour Paris, London, Rome, Amsterdam, Brussels, Swiss, Germany, Romania, Budapest, Warsaw. Tq

  28. Hi I’m traveling to Europe , Netherlands next month for 49 days and i just have trouble on how much money I should bring over there . I live in the United States and I don’t know how much money I should bring . Can you help me ?

  29. I live in Ireland and I’ve been to most eu countries and some of this isn’t so true but some of is but food vid overall

  30. Hey alex I've been subbed for quite awhile! Love the videos, I'm planning on going to croatia, greece slovenia and italy for roughly 6 weeks during the summer. I'm a broke student who's trying to save enough to go in this epic trip once I'm done highschool Yay!! But I realize that travelling is super expensive.. what would be a reasonable amount I'd need to save to do this trip comfortably? In USD. Thanks for your amazing help

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