16 International Destinations For The Broke, Young, And Adventurous Travelers

Travel the world within your budget! 

16 International Destinations For The Broke, Young, And Adventurous Travelers
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For today's free-spirited youth, traveling is not a hobby but a way of life. Unfortunately, it can be quite expensive, so to get the most out of your travel and your money, you gotta plan better.

If you want to travel the world, mind you that keeping it cheap doesn't come easy, but if you are an avid traveler then here are a few places that you can visit without having to rob a bank.

#1 Varna, Bulgaria.

#1 Varna, Bulgaria.

Soft sands and ancient sights, Varna is one of the most attractive and affordable cosmopolitan towns on the Black Sea Coast which features a port city, naval base, and a seaside resort.

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#2 Marrakech, Morocco.

#2 Marrakech, Morocco.
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The imperial city which means "Land of God" is the perfect place to visit between the months of October and May because everything is a lot cheaper and the delicious foods are affordable for everyone.

#3 Auckland, New Zealand.

#3 Auckland, New Zealand.
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Arrive as a tourist, live like a local and leave as a friend. Auckland is the place where flights are expensive, but the food and accommodations are rather affordable.

#4 Machu Picchu, Peru.

#4 Machu Picchu, Peru.
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The Incan ruins are breathtaking and magnificent. Both the Inca trail and a trip to the Peruvian coast will fit perfectly into your budget.

#5 Madrid, Spain.

#5 Madrid, Spain.
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No doubt Europe is expensive, but Spain is quite affordable. September, October, April, and May are the best months to enjoy the Spanish delights.

#6 Medellin, Colombia.

#6 Medellin, Colombia.
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Colombia is infamous for its drug trafficking and drug lords, but it's slowly and steadily improving its reputation for being a dangerous place. Cities like Medellin, Cali, and Bogota are beautiful, and tourists just love them.

#7 Hanoi, Vietnam.

#7 Hanoi, Vietnam.
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Get the most out of your money and experience this budget friendly country. Late December is the best time to enjoy Vietnam's beauty.

#8 Angkor Wat, Cambodia.

#8 Angkor Wat, Cambodia.
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The place is quite affordable, but the flights aren't so budget-friendly. But it'll be worth it when you visit its largest religious monument, the Buddhist temple.

#9 Bangkok, Thailand.

#9 Bangkok, Thailand.
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One of the most affordable destinations across the world, not only its accommodations but flights too are inexpensive.

#10 Arizona, USA.

#10 Arizona, USA.
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Forests, deserts, hiking and camping, Arizona has it all. There's something for everyone in this beautiful state, and it's budget-friendly since the rates have gone down. Just one problem, June to August is super hot, so try to avoid.

#11 Cuba.

#11 Cuba.
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The best time to visit this culture-rich country is from September to November and then from January to March. Cuba has emerged to be a popular tourist destination, and now you can even catch a flight to Cuba from the U.S.

#12 Crete, Greece.

#12 Crete, Greece.
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Beautiful and inexpensive, Greece is amongst the top visited countries in the world. If you'd like to save some money, visit Crete rather than the famous Santorini.

#13 Lisbon, Portugal.

#13 Lisbon, Portugal.
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Spain's neighbor Portugal is one of the cheapest European countries to visit, and maybe it has something to do with the Iberian Peninsula. Mid-spring and early fall are the best times to enjoy this beautiful and inexpensive destination.

#14 Bali, Indonesia.

#14 Bali, Indonesia.
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A favorite amongst the younger crowd due to its cheap accommodation and foods, Bali is a coffee lover's delight as the nearby island of Java produces coffee in abundance. The best time to visit is in April, May, September, and October.

#15 South Korea.

#15 South Korea.
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Plenty of beaches and tasty foods, especially street food! Food is inexpensive and wouldn't burn your pockets even if you enjoy a scrumptious meal at a four-star hotel.

#16 Palawan, Philippines.

#16 Palawan, Philippines.
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Famous for its waterfront promenade and centuries-old Chinatown, Philippines is full of beautiful tropical resorts and cheap hotels that are quite affordable.

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