Berlin is one of Europe’s most alternative and progressive cities. There’s a thriving art and design scene, a committed music scene and, actually, just about any scene you can imagine! It has even become a top city to move to. But how many Euros do you need in your account to enjoy it all to the maximum?
Barcelona is a city that never stops. It’s brimming with energy, colour, and happiness. It’s also that very rare thing: A city with a great beach… not a man-made beach, a real beach.
The difficulty is, do you need to budget for a city break or a beach break? The answer is a bit of both. Here’s our spending guide, including how many Euros we think you’ll need.
This article is part of our Spending Money Guide Series: The WeSwap community spent upwards of £38 million around the world last year. That works out at roughly 1.2 transactions every minute. We’ve taken that data, crunched it and created a series of travel money spending guides, based on how actual travellers travel and spend abroad.
Given that WeSwap HQ stands tall in North London and that we have tons of data on how real travellers spend here, we thought it only right to share our knowledge of how to travel in England’s fair capital. Yes, London can be expensive, but it’s also possible to travel smart and budget wisely.
Let me start by saying that despite being nearly 30, I passed my driving test only three years ago, having had lessons, on and off, for the best part of seven years. It wasn’t so much that I was horribly bad at driving, I just kept putting it off. For seven years. Read More