Home to some of the world’s most expensive hotels, Dubai isn’t exactly known as a budget-friendly destination. And if you want to experience all the over-the-top, record-breaking attractions of Dubai – the indoor ski resorts and world’s tallest hotels and biggest shopping malls – you can hardly get by on a backpacker’s budget. But, if culture is more important to you than commerce, you can explore Dubai on much less than you might expect. Here’s how to save on every step of your trip.
Chicago is the dynamo of America’s Mid West, a hard-working, hard-playing enclave where skyscrapers sprout from the ground, lively bars and restaurants dot almost every corner, and pockets of culture nestle on streets where a busy populace goes about its business. So how to spend your time when you arrive in the Windy City? There are numerous ways, but you should certainly dip a toe into each of the following:
From June 16-19 in London’s Regent’s Park, Taste of London (one of the many well-regarded Taste Festivals) will bring together an elite line-up of restaurants, chefs and other culinary experts. 40 of London’s best restaurants will be serving up some of the finest dishes and most exciting menus for their foodie fans.
You hear the words “budget travel” and you probably have visions of backpackers, hostel dorm rooms, and taking the slow train. To some people, that sounds great – and to others, “budget travel” sounds too much like “uncomfortable travel, which is why it’s important to know when spending a little extra during a trip is worth it.
Narrowing down the list of attractions in Amsterdam to just ten items can be a difficult task. Amsterdam is a vibrant city filled with a multitude of things to see and do. If you happen to be in this amazing city, take the time to visit the following attractions.