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While many of London’s most interesting sights, such as the national museums, are completely free to visit, there are still those “must-see” places that come with a hefty price tags. Whether … read

You may have heard the recent head-scratching news that rocked Venice’s tourism scene last week. According to reports that shot around the Web on Friday, the city was (allegedly) set to impose f … read

Amsterdam isn’t the most expensive city in Europe (we’re looking at you London!), but it’s certainly not the cheapest. You can expect to pay a little bit more for all of the essentials than … read

Travel blogs have been abuzz in the last few weeks in the wake of Iceland-based WOW Air’s announcement that they will be offering summer 2015 transatlantic flights starting at $99. How is this possi … read | comments (1)

There’s that famous phrase “tired of London, tired of life.” But it’s not that we get tired of London’s countless entertainments and diversions—it’s just that sometimes our wallet does. … read

Today's hotel picks

Editor's Pick
Hotel Daval, Paris

This convenient hotel offers polished two-star rooms with air conditioning and small baths, just off the Place de la Bastille in a rather bumpin' neighborhood.

8.1 Guest Rating



Editor's Pick
Bavaria, Florence

The one-star Hotel Bavaria offers a little taste of Renaissance living.

8.0 Guest Rating



Editor's Pick
Adlerhof, Salzburg

Located a few blocks west of the Hauptbahnhof, the family-owned two-star Hotel-Pension Adlerhof is a likeable four-story option with both traditional and modern rooms.

7.8 Guest Rating



Editor's Pick
Oasis Backpacker's Hostel, Seville

We left the Oasis Backpackers' Hostel regretting we couldn't spend more time there, as it's by far the most fun accommodation you'll find for your money.

7.5 Guest Rating



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