There are lots of ways you can save money both while you're traveling and while you're home. You just have to know where to look. As you would probably expect, saving money means giving a lot of things up. But, as lots of experienced travelers know, it's also really liberating. What's so cool to me is that many of these tips for saving money to travel coincideÂ with minimalism and eco-friendlinessâ€”life practices many of us travelers also truly, deeply value.
Depending on which side of the city you visit, Hamburg, Germany can be either a very wealthy or a very gritty place.Â
The walking street art tour I did was definitely on the gritty site.Â
Here is a complete list of everything I brought along, including everything I was wearing and what was in my free hand item, a pretty average size purse.
Ethan and I found super cheap airplane tickets to Europe and did a 10-day tour of Amsterdam, Hamburg, and Berlin late this month. Here's a post I wrote about my experience in Berlin on the flight back to Chicago.