The Economic Traveler: How you can Travel Without Spending A BundleAre you traveling to an exotic destination? Going for a business trip? Visiting friends or family? Then make sure you’re made by reading the rest of this article.

In this article, we’ll be going over everything you need to have a safe, successful trip, regardless of why you are taking it.
When you’re traveling outside of the country you do not need down the sink money on buying traveler’s checks. In most countries there are ATM’s available with the option to get money out of your bank account and it automatically converts it to that country’s money! You will find fees but they’re not as much as buying traveler’s checks.
If you want to be able to barter overseas, bring something that is difficult to obtain outside of your own country. Bourbon is a great example for Americans. American Bourbon is nearly impossible to locate outside of the United States, so much so that other countries will pay you double the original cost.
Knowing in advance that you will be passing through some less-than-desirable neighborhoods or areas of town on the way to your destination, don’t rely solely on your in-dash GPS system. Map out alternate routes using MapQuest or Google Maps, which means you don’t find themselves in a bad part of town, in the center of the night, with bad directions.
As was discussed at first of the article, knowing the ins and outs of how the airline industry works can help you save a lot of money when booking flights. Apply the advice out of this article and you’ll be on your way to saving lots of money with cheaper flight tickets.

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