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Travelling on a budget? Check out these travel bloggers for some student-friendly travel inspiration

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When it comes to holidays and travelling, the costs can easily stack up – but you don’t have to spend a fortune to see the world, and these travel bloggers are doing it all on a budget.

Whether it’s a staycation you’re after or something a little further afield, you’ll be stuck for choice after scouring these blogs.

Deni from The Full Time Tourist writes about travelling on a budget as well as travelling with dietary restrictions – especially helpful if you’re vegan or on a gluten-free diet. Her posts are professionally written in a friendly way, full of information (such as the nearest bus stop to a particular café) and come with gorgeous clean photographs. She’s blogged about Vienna, Lunenburg (nova Scotia), Toronto and more!

Must read: a guide to exploring New York City in the rain.

If you want incredible photographs of Europe, Katy from Little Miss Katy is your go-to: she blogs about the UK and Europe, and her ‘Postcards from…’ series will have you booking flights within minutes. She also goes more in depth, talking about things to do in various places: a bit about her experience there, as well as some helpful information. Katy’s posts are written in a really personal way, and she’s a wizard with a camera!

 

Must read: five things to do in Warsaw.

Charlie of Charlie Distracted has a blog full of food – seriously, you’ll hear your stomach rumble about three minutes into reading her posts. She’s got some amazing suggestions as to how to find tasty food abroad on a budget, as well as individual restaurant reviews from around the world. You’ll find wonderful and informative writing, and lovely photos alongside them, with food from Romania, Prague and more.

Must read: six tips for finding the best cheap eats abroad

The Hostel Girl, otherwise known as Katie, has been travelling and working in hostels for years and her clean, easy-to-navigate blog has so much information about them that you’ll be spoilt for choice. With hostel reviews and tips for travelling alone, Katie’s blog is full of information, fun photos, maps and more! She’s been to hostels across Europe and in the UK, too.

Must read: a newbie’s guide to staying in a hostel for the first time

Beverley from Pack Your Passport is an award-winning travel blogger, who’s been travelling – both living and working abroad – and blogging about it, for years. Her blog posts, written in a way that makes you feel as though you know her completely, include hotel reviews, ‘things to do’ style posts and more. The photos on Beverley’s blog will have you feeling like a local in no time, too!

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