When people think of travel, they often think it's a single activity; they think of taking off and going somewhere with their family or friends. While that is one way to be an adventurer, there are other exciting ways to travel. And the first step in exploring any new place is learning the language and culture of that place.
Traveling is one of the best ways to see the world, and it doesn't have to cost a fortune.
Here are some tips for staying within your budget while still getting the most out of your experience.
1) Plan ahead. If you know you want to visit an area, book your flights and accommodations as soon as possible so that airlines and hotels won't raise their prices during peak season—or even just before Christmas!
2) Don't get sucked into expensive tours or attractions. Instead, try exploring on your own using public transportation or walking around. You'll get more out of your trip if you don't feel like you're being rushed through every stop along the way.
3) Look into student discounts! Many colleges offer discounts on travel classes or study abroad opportunities that can make traveling less expensive than it might seem at first glance. And if you're a student who's planning on staying in hostels or sharing rooms with other people while studying abroad