europeIf you’re looking to travel to Europe on a budget, make sure to check out Dru Pearson’s “Europe on a Dime: Five-Star Travel on a One-Star Budget.” She created it for the over-45 crowd but travelers of any age can save money using her advice. From Amazon, the book “teaches a step-by-step approach to comfortable, independent travel for under $98 a day. Unlike other guidebooks about Europe, there are no itinerary, accommodation, or restaurant suggestions. What Dru supplies, instead, is far more valuable. She shows you exactly how to plan a trip using public transportation, rental apartments, and food markets. Using her approach, a couple can travel independently in any country for under, and sometimes well under depending on the country, $98 a day per person.”

Grab it: Grab “Europe on a Dime: Five-Star Travel on a One-Star Budget” on Amazon from $13.42.

Johnny Jet

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Travel Book of the Week: “Europe on a Dime: Five-Star Travel on a One-Star Budget” by Dru Pearson
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