Staff Picks: Cheap & Free Stuff to Do

“The best way to see the Colleseum is at night. Grab a beer, some cheap street food, and enjoy the view without all the crowds. It was by far my most memorable night in Rome.”
-Braden,  Senior Designer

“Barcelona has an amazing nightlife scene, and they really do go ALL night. If you’re out late, and don’t want to pay a cover for a bar or club, head to Barceloneta Beach. Tons of locals hang out on the steps there by the beach and watch the sunrise. We did this one night and it was one of my favorite memories from the whole trip.”
-Abby, Trip Consultant

“Markets are one of the best way to get to know a city. They’re full of fresh local food, usually for super cheap. If you’re in Barcelona, check out Las Ramblas. It’s a pedestrian-only street with a huge market and tons of street performers. Grab a fresh fruit smoothie for 1 Euro!”
-Carley, Senior Trip Consultant

“In Amsterdam, there are cheese shops everywhere, and they are amazing. Take advantage of the free samples and then pick up a small wheel of your favorite cheese for a cheap and delicious souvenir. Now I’m hungry.”
-Nicole, Financial Planning and Analysis Manager

“My best day in Paris was spent hopping from cafe to cafe in different neighborhoods, ordering a cheap glass of wine, and soaking up the atmosphere. After that we just sat on the bank of the river and made friends with some locals. Taking some time to appreciate where you are is the best free activity you can do in any city.”
-Marissa, Content & Community Manager

 

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