9 Simple Rules That’ll Let You Travel Around the World Without Going Broke

In 2017, 27-year-old Cassandra De Pecol set 2 world records: she became the first woman ever who has traveled to all sovereign countries and the first ever human being who managed to do it in just 1.5 years. Many of us probably also want to travel the world, but not everyone can afford it. So we’ve decided to collect some tips that will help you travel more and spend less.

Bright Side is sure that every person who wants to travel can actually do it. If you know several tricks, you can easily save money and have wonderful experiences on your journeys.

9. Choose bus and train trips that travel at night.

Night trips make traveling by bus or train less expensive. You can use this option to both save money and time, and not have to stay in a hotel. It’s better to get first class tickets. So you’ll have a chance to sleep in comfort.

9 Simple Rules That’ll Let You Travel Around the World Without Going Broke

Buses aren’t that convenient, so it’s not recommended to plan night trips every day if you don’t want to feel exhausted. But there’s an exception to the rule: there are sleeper buses that are arranged with soft decks instead of chairs. It’s a really good way to have a cheap and comfy trip.