Food is one of the biggest travel expenses because every passionate traveler likes trying local specialties in each and every new country they visit. Fortunately, it’s possible to have a satisfying culinary experience without breaking the bank – as long as you follow our advice.
You can try local cuisine without visiting expensive restaurants because street food is always an option. Picking the right place can be hard so make sure to ask your tour guide or hostel staff for advice.
Trying traditional specialties is an essential part of your trip, but that doesn’t necessarily mean you have to eat out for every meal. You’ll save a lot of money by picking a hostel that comes with a free breakfast or a shared kitchen where you can prepare your own food.
Being reasonable with money is important, but you shouldn’t be saving up every penny. Treat yourself by having a meal at the cute restaurant that you really like. You can still eat on a budget by opting for lunch instead of dinner because this tends to be a more affordable option.