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Travel on the Cheap in the World's Most Expensive Cities

TRAVEL ON THE CHEAP IN THE WORLD'S MOST EXPENSIVE CITIES ши LONDON Ditch the tourist-filled bus tours, grab a Visitor Oyster card and enjoy as much bus travel as you'd like for under £5 a day. The 11 bus will get you to popular spots including St Paul's Cathedral and Trafalgar Square. ROME Who better to learn the secrets of the eternal city from than locals? Join a free walking tour, gain some fantastic local knowledge and see hidden archeological sites overlooked by those who aren't in the know. 'MART TOKYO For cheap and tasty eats at any hour of the day, stop by a convenience store (known locally as a konbini) and find a range of hot dishes to feast on including ramen, yakisoba, fried chicken and more. PARIS Many of Paris' museums are free to visit on the first Sunday of each month, so keep your euros in your wallet, soak up world famous artworks and time your trip well to see Mona Lisa's smile for no cost at all. NEW YORK Avoid city gridlock like a local and make your way straight to the subway. Taxis in New York are often slower and more expensive than their below ground counterparts, so it's a double win on your part. HONOLULU Forget renting a car and head to some of Honolulu's tourist hot spots aboard the island's bus system, TheBus. For less than a cup of coffee, you'll be able to hit up incredibly beautiful beaches, mountains and lookouts. TRAVEL BY THE NUMBERS |П 107,000,000 PEOPLE Inminn pass through Times Square each year, NEW YORK which totals over four times the entire Australian population (around 23 million). Japan is home to around 5,200,000 VENDING MACHINES stocked with anything from candy bars and drinks, to neckties, flowers, eggs and even canned bread! TOKYO London's Palace of Westminster houses 1,100 ROOMS as well as 100 staircases, 8 bars and a rifle range LONDON Oahu is home to 125 BEACHES that make up 180 km of the HONOLULU island's picturesque coastline. ROMA The Roma Pass, sponsored by the Rome City Council, gives visitors free public transport and access to PA ROMA PASS 45 MONUMENTS, MUSEUMS AND ARCHEOLOGICAL SITES ROME In the whole of Paris, there's only ARRÊT 1 STOP SIGN It can be found in the 16th arrondissement, known as 'Passy.' PARIS HOW TO GET MORE BANG FOR YOUR BUCK Save money on meals by avoiding restaurants and cafes in popular tourist areas. Eat like the locals do and save a few dollars. Use public transport. Most major cities have good transport systems that can get you from A to B without the expense of taxis. Double check your baggage limit to avoid any excess baggage fees. If necessary, unpack and repack the most essential items. Travel outside the peak holiday season for your destination to enjoy lower prices and a more authentic experience, free of excessive tourists. Remember to turn off your mobile phone's data roaming while you're holidaying to avoid an unwelcome and costly bill. Purchase city passes that gain you entry to museums, art galleries, and other attractions to help stretch your money further. ШП Make use of points earnt from travel loyalty programs to access cheaper flights, hotel specials and other perks. Take advantage of international exchange rates and visit countries where your currency helps your money go further. ©-O Keep your travel dates and times flexible. Flights to your holiday spot may be cheaper at night or on specific days of the week. WED Hire a bicycle or car and explore at your own pace. You can cover more ground without expensive fares and public transport delays. Presented by webjet : H: .. EEEEI|

Travel on the Cheap in the World's Most Expensive Cities

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Even though you may be travelling to an expensive country, there's always ways to save. Travel on the cheap in London, Tokyo and more.


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