Europe doesn’t have to be an expensive destination, especially now that the U.S. dollar is strong and transatlantic airfares are cheap. This is the perfect chance to plan a trip there. These tips were originally intended to fit a student’s budget, but frankly, they’re great ideas even if you’ve long since graduated.
My advice for Bristol, England is below — along with Belfast, since I’m headed to Ireland later this year. For the other five cities, read the whole post on the GoEuro blog.
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As time moves on it is becoming essential to have some sort of degree. With so much pressure on students and young people’s backs, it is important that they are able to reward themselves and really enjoy the time they have off. Doesn’t a city break sound like a nice way to forget about some of that pressure? Well, it would be if there wasn’t that problem of student debt.
The ultimate must in Belfast Titanic Quarter
Explore the rest of Northern Ireland for under £20
Discover Northern Irish cuisine
Discover Banksy’s masterpieces dotted around the city
Discover Bristol and Bath for £15
There is no better way to finish the day than with a pie
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Reposted from the GoEuro blog with permission. Read the whole post there and stick around to compare all modes of transport between European cities and book hotels.