Travel on budget: here are some affordable places you can visit this year

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Traveling is not so much a pastime for young, wild and free-spirited individuals as it is a way of life and an opportunity to learn and witness a variety of new and fascinating things.

Yes, traveling is fun, but it’s also expensive, isn’t it? Therefore, some compromises have to be made, such as sleeping in a hostel rather than a 5 star hotel. Forget your indulgences when traveling on a budget. Here are some fantastic places to visit that won’t break the bank! Once you arrive, these world-class venues will give you the best value. Take the initiative, please.

1. Auckland, New Zealand

Auckland is a fantastic city on the North Island of New Zealand. The “City of Sails” is one of Auckland’s nicknames, referring to the region’s popularity for sailing. There are several prominent yacht clubs, marinas, charming parks, fantastic swimming beaches and other tourist attractions and landmarks in Auckland.

2. Madrid, Spain

Madrid, the capital of Spain, is a city with magnificent boulevards and large, well-kept parks like the Buen Retiro. This beautiful city with stunning architecture understands how to live. Despite the fact that Europe is considered an expensive continent, Spain is a reasonably inexpensive destination. September, October, April and May are the most suitable months to visit.

3. Bali, Indonesia

Bali is a beautiful Indonesian island with forested volcanic highlands, famous rice paddies, beaches and coral reefs. The religious monuments of the island include the cliff and the temple of Uluwatu. Yoga and meditation retreats are also popular on the island. It is popular with younger groups due to the low cost of accommodation and catering.

Source: Travel or die trying

Also read: Places you must visit in Bali

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