Going on a vacation comes with a long list of expenses, and food is somewhere on top. If you’re trying to explore local cuisine without spending a fortune, follow these five steps to strike the right balance.
They say that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, so make sure to book a hotel where it’s included in the price.
Buy Some Groceries
Book an accommodation that comes with a shared kitchen, and buy some groceries so you could prepare meals on your own.
Street food is an affordable choice, but make sure to ask locals where to go because it can be risky option if you don’t choose wisely.
If you have room in your suitcase, make sure to pack some snacks and reusable water bottle, and take them with you when you go sightseeing.
Don’t miss out on signature local foods just because you’re traveling on a budget. Feel free to splash out on a fancy meal at least once, but consider opting for lunch instead of dinner since this meal tends to be more affordable.