Travelling has always had the stigma around it that it is supposed to be really expensive, and some destinations really are going to see you reaching into your pocket if you don’t know where to look. Some are just downright extatunate, and there’s going to be no getting away from the price you’re going to pay. Bora Bora is one of the more expensive holiday destinations out there. It is usually only the rich that head there. Without digressing too much, there are still destinations out there that won’t see you spending much, we’re here to show you some of the best.

The UK

The UK has never been renowned for being too expensive, but some areas of it do pack quite the money punch. For example, London is one of the more expensive destinations, but there are ways of getting around the price you have to pay. Staying just outside London is going to see you paying much less for the hotels etc. But, London isn’t just all the UK has to offer. There are some really great towns, full of cute things to do and history to see such as Evesham. It is a cute little village, that isn’t far from other main attractions such as Stratford-Upon-Avon. There are hotels such as The Wood Norton which offer a really good deal in terms of hotel prices. It give your a central location with plenty of things to do around it, it should definitely be on your stop of point if it isn’t already. There’s many more wonders the UK has to offer, but before it takes up too much time you’re best off checking out guides such as this.

The US

From one side of the pond to the other, the US is a place that’s renowned for being really expensive, and if you don’t do your research properly you’ll definitely be paying through the nose for a holiday there. Travel agents advertise holidays at such expensive prices because the destination is so popular. But there are ways that you can book the holiday independently and get the holiday so much cheaper. Look for the flights and accommodation separately and see if you get a better deal. There’s also last minute deal sites that will see you travelling to the states at half the price you would of if you’d of booked months in advance. There’s just so much to see and do in the US you’d be silly not to put it on your cheap travel list. Make sure you take enough spending money to last you, but try and be as frugal as possible to keep it cheap. Go out to restaurants that do deals before certain times, it’ll save you a fair bit of money.

Those are two destinations, one that’s always been considered an absolute fortune to travel to, the other that isn’t considered too expensive, but can be if you don’t shop around the right place. There’s plenty more of the world to see than just these two destinations, but it’s a really good place to start.