Is Iceland expensive? That’s the most common question I get asked all the time. Yes it is expensive, but it doesn’t mean you can’t budget while visiting this beautiful country. In my experience, it was very hard at first but once you get into the routine and be aware on what you spend, then you’ll be fine.
Here’s Five Affordable Ways To Budget In Iceland
Have you ever considered some of the foods you love were made accidental? We’ve all heard some of the most bizarre food inventions that made us laugh or entertained, however when it comes to impressing a Prince it’s either a life or death situation (Okay I joke, it wasn’t that serious). This was how the famous Sachertorte was born and how it became a traditional icon in Vienna (and across the globe).
Let’s Look At Vienna’s Famous Accidental Chocolate Cake…
Have you ever tried a traditional Bavarian cuisine? It’s a must do if you’re in Munich or anywhere on the southeastern German border. It’s hard to pick a restaurant, but I hope this one in particular sounds like a feast to remember. Ratskeller is based in a large cellar dating to the 19th century (1874 was the official date the restaurant opened). If you’re looking for a quiet meal that is not over your budget and love the historic decor this place is for you.
A colleague of mine told me if you’re going to visit Copenhagen you must also visit Christiania. Of course I questioned her. What’s so intriguing about this place? In her own words she said “It’s a land where people are independent of the Danish government and live in their own rules”. Now this is the part which got me thinking. A place inhabited by its own tribe.. surely they don’t want outsiders trespassing on their land? The moment I stepped foot in this town, all questions were put aside.
Here’s Why You Should Visit The Colourful Town Known As Christiania…
The Danish capital has been voted the happiest place in the world. Known for its instagrammable streets, shopping districts and Michelin star restaurants.. It’s a perfect getaway for anyone who loves to dine and enjoy some retail therapy. The city goes way back when it was first known as a fishing village and then years later it was ruled by the Danish empire, which is now homed to many historical landmarks and relics. My favourite part? Most of the top attractions are a walking distance. Perfect for anyone who enjoys exploring by foot.
Follow my footsteps and maybe you can plan a similar adventure…