How to Travel Around The World with Low Budget
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- Find place to sleep wherever you are.
- Take only needed stuff for the travelling.
- Find low-price airline tickets.
- Get to know how to travel cheap with Volunteering and live there for a while.
- You're gonna learn how to hitchhike safe and smart.
- You're gonna find some life hacks which can make your travelling cheaper.
- I'm gonna show you the way how you can apply for any visa by yourself.
- The passion and love to travel around.
- Be able to take risk while you're travelling in low budget.
- Be open to the people and events which are coming on your way.
- Stay positive!
This course consist of my 3 years experience of travelling around 40 countries. I traveled alot in Europe. And just one month ago I returned back from Asia. For that trip I was in 12 new countries and I really fall in love in Asia. I did my best to gain all the tips in this course to help you to travel alot and very cheap around the World. I tried to put only practical information that Me and My friends got through. In the course you're gonna learn how to:
- find low-price airline tickets;
- hitchhike safe and smart;
- apply for almost any tourist visa by yourself;
- find place to sleep wherever you are(even without money)
- travel cheap with Volunteering and live there for a while;
- travel free on the trains;
- live Around The World for Free;
- get on any event for free;
- save your money while you're travelling;
- travel around the world with low budget.
- People who want to make your travelling cheaper. Cause there are gonna be lot's of information how you can do it.
- Young people who are open to the travelling and they don't lot's of money to travel all around.
http://www.wwoofinternational.org it’s the website where you can have lots of offers on agriculture topic. They offer food, accommodations and opportunities to stay and learn about organic farming.
Do you want to try to live in eco community and find new friends. There is good option to use International Communities.
Also you can visit websites of big eco villages Earthaven in North Carolina, Dancing Rabbit and educational center Lost Valley.
It’s very comfortable website to search offers for internship and work for volunteers.
EVS(europeanvoluntaryservice) enables young people aged 18 to 30 years to live up to 12 months in another country working in a non-profit organization.
Erasmus+ is the European Union programme for education, training, youth and sport.
http://www.unv.org/ - volunteers United Nations
http://www.appalachiantrail.org/ - USA
http://www.volunteerworkthailand.org/ - Thailand
http://www.seaturtles.org/ - volunteer programs for sea turtle conservation
http://www.tcv.org.uk/ - Australia and New Zealand
http://www.alkioni.gr/ - Greece
You can find the job on the following websites:
http://craigslist.org you can find a job all over the world. What you need is to pick a category work and find what you need. Very popular in US.
https://www.anyworkanywhere.com/ Website for jobs abroad and seasonal jobs.
https://indeed.com Website which will give you wide and accurate options to search work all over the world.
Musée d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris
Paris's modern art museum still boasts an enviable collection, with over 9,000 works illustrating all the major art movements of the 20th century. In 2010 five masterpieces by Picasso, Matisse, Braque, Modigliani and Léger were stolen in "the art heist of the century", a haul worth over £80m.
parismusees.paris.fr/mam, Tues-Sun 10am-6pm, closed Mondays and public holidays
The Treasures of Amsterdam exhibition is a collection of artefacts in the underground Treasury that help tell the story of the city – worth a good nose around while anxiously hoping the heavy vault doors stay open until you're done.
tadsarchief.amsterdam.nl, Tues-Fri- 10am–5pm, Sat-Sun noon–5pm
Berlin Wall Memorial
The site contains a piece of the wall, with the grounds around it preserved to give a true-to-life impression of the dead space it once occupied – where many who tried to cross were killed by border guards.
berliner-mauer-gedenkstaette.de. Open-air exhibition and memorial grounds open Mon-Sun 8am-10pm. Visitor Centre open Tues-Sun 9.30am-7pm (6pm November-March)
National Museum, Copenhagen
National Museum is a proud and comprehensive collection.
natmus.dk, Tues-Sun 10am-5pm. The children's museum closes at 4.30pm
Berardo Collection Museum, Lisbon
The modern space is filled with vibrant works by all the hard-hitting pop artists, such as Warhol, Pollock and Lichtenstein, as well as greats such as Picasso, Baco and Dali.
museuberardo.pt. Tues-Sun, 10am-7pm
Musée des Beaux-Arts, Nice
Once past the iron gates, and through the elegant gardens, you will find an art collection spanning realism, romanticism and symbolism, with works from Monet to Rodin displayed within its palatial rooms. The collection of Raoul Dufy's work in particular is worth a look once you've finished admiring the mansion's gleaming marble interior.
musee-beaux-arts-nice.org. Tues-Sun 10am-6pm
Museo del Prado
Highlights include The Annunciation, a lavish gold altarpiece crafted by Fra Angelico in the 15th century, and Peter Paul Rubens' The Three Graces.
museodelprado.es, free entry Mon-Sat 6pm-8pm, Sundays and holidays 5pm-7pm
Florence Nightingale Museum, Istanbul
This is not the most straightforward museum to visit – you've got to arrange an appointment by fax at least 48 hours in advance – but it's worth it for anyone fascinated by the Crimean War and the story of the lady with the lamp.
To arrange a visit, fax the museum on +90 216 553 1009 or +90 216 310 7929 at least 48 hours in advance, stating the date and time of planned visit and including a photocopy of your passport
Museo Storico della Liberazione, Rome
A cell inside the Museo Storico della Liberazione. Photograph: Stefano Montesi/Demotix/Corbis
During the second world war, this building in Rome's Via Tasso was taken over by the German security forces, who used it as a headquarters and a base from which to murder and imprison many of the city's civilian population. Once an infamous site of terror, the building is now a museum and the rooms that were once cells for political prisoners are dedicated to the memory of those who were detained.
viatasso.eu. Tues-Sun 9.30am-12.30pm, Tues, Thur, Fri 3.30pm-7.30pm
Reykjavik Museum of Photography
The Reykjavik Museum of Photography has a collection of around five million photos, dating from 1870. As well as the permanent collection, which also includes objects relating to the art of photography, by contemporary Icelandic photographers.
ljosmyndasafnreykjavikur.is, Mon–Thurs noon–7pm, Fri noon–8pm, weekends 1pm-5pm