Traveling is an incredible way to experience new sites, cultures, and cuisine, but it can come at a price.
While you don’t have to stay at five-star hotels and dine at Michelin-star restaurants to get the full value out of your experience, it is important to create a travel savings plan to avoid being broke when you come home.
Plus, it’s nice to be able to afford a few indulgences that you didn’t plan for while ensuring you have enough money to sleep, eat, and get around safely and comfortably.
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