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September 2019
New additions to our cheap hotels guide
Whether you are scoping out the best meals in the city or making your way to the Duomo, Florence has a little something for everybody. Not to mention a plethora of cheap hotels in the city center and beyond. That being said, those budget hotels can fill up quickly with others looking to enjoy all...
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15 Most Luxurious Hotels in Mexico City for Food & Leisure
Mexico City is an enchanting, densely populated city known for its innovative art museums, sprawling urban parks and vibrant culinary scene. With a fascinating history dating back to the Aztecs, this lively destination not only appeals to art enthusiasts and museum geeks, but also lures history buffs and culture vultures with its archaeological sites, local...
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Fall For These Amazing Beaches in Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico
My name is Tom, better known as Traveltomtom on Instagram. Almost seven years ago I decided to start traveling the world without a plan and I just visited country number 100 last week. Through travel blogging I was able to turn my passion for travelling into a lifestyle. Between January and April 2019, I spent...
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French Bee
French Bee is taking off with cheap flights to Paris. Photo: Olivier Are you thinking of heading to Paris for 2020? You might want to start making your travel plans sooner than later. Two airlines based in France, French Bee and Corsair, have just announced that they will be launching new routes between Newark and Paris...
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12 Ways to See London Without Tourists
Unless you’re living in London, the locals will consider you a tourist, but that doesn’t mean you have to behave like one. For most of the year, London has one of the world’s densest population of visitors. Sure, you can visit during the winter offseason, but you’ll be lucky to get farther than a cosy...
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15 Secluded Sicily Hotels with a Private Beach from $61
Sicily’s idyllic coastline is dotted with beautiful beaches that pair perfectly with the ancient temples, archaeological treasures and UNESCO-listed sites. Conquer Mount Etna, one of Europe’s highest active volcanoes, or enjoy a sulphurous mud bath on the Aeolian Islands. The unspoilt beaches feature hidden coves, dramatic rock formations and quaint cafes serving fresh seafood straight...
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Best Resorts & Hotels in Morocco for All-Inclusive Holidays
A rainbow of colours, sights and smells, Morocco offers endless opportunities for adventure in its bustling souks, winding alleyways and charming coastal towns. This vibrant North African country offers a fascinating cultural mix of Arabic, Berber and European influences with a chance to explore the beautiful beaches, sip mint tea in the medina and ride...
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6 Affordable Autumn City Breaks in Europe and Where to Stay
In addition to cooler temperatures and stunning foliage, autumn in Europe means fewer tourists, shorter lines and off-season prices. Experience the beauty of shoulder season travel as you explore Europe’s charming medieval towns, cultural cities and coastal gems, where you can take advantage of the last bit of sun before winter. With over 400 million...
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Newly Added Budget Hotels in Brooklyn, New York
Affordable hotels, like Hotel Indigo, are abundant in Brooklyn. Many tourists flock to Manhattan for a Big Apple vacation, and while there’s lots of the New York hustle and bustle there (Times Square, anyone?), there’s still plenty of other exciting things to do in the outer boroughs. Even more important for Cheapos, you can save...
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Where to Stay in Buenos Aires: Best Hotels & Areas from $71
Discover Argentina’s rich history, culture and modern glamour while exploring Buenos Aires, the cosmopolitan capital with 19th-century manors, Latin American art and music and a variety of fine-dining restaurants. Let this city capture your heart and soul as you wander from street-side steakhouses to live jazz bars and tango salons. With more than 400 million...
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