A backpacker’s guide for how to find a cheap place to stay, wherever in the world you’re traveling and whatever your budget.
Whether you’re looking to save money or you arrived too late to check into a hotel, below are 5 spots where you can sleep for free in Europe.
I had a local connection, a place to sleep for 4 nights, and an extra $160+ in my pocket.
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After a few nights at The Backpack (hostel), I switched over to staying with Hannes, who agreed to host me via Couchsurfing. I was lucky enough to not only hang out with him a few nights, but to also have the chance to spend a few extra nights with the woman I sat next to […]
The Pan American Collective was a week of events, ranging from parties to sightseeing.
Under no circumstances do you Couchsurf without doing your research.
You can simply meet for “coffee or a drink” and you do not even have to offer your couch!
People mistake this awesome travel community for simply free accommodation…
Post by new contributor Lindsay Clark of Nomadderwhere. The first mission of the day was to make it to the city, as the locals do, wandering up weaving lames and jumping garbage heaps until Entebbe road appeared, in all its smoggy splendor. On the way, I began to re-experience the wonder of being a walking […]