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Small plates, several tastes in Paris

The apéro, pre-dinner drinks with a light bite to eat, is a long-standing French tradition. But several new restaurants are turning the concept into a stand-alone dining event.
Read more… 09 January 2012


Twenty-five free attractions in San Francisco

From music shows, art galleries and concerts to beer tours, baseball and bridge walks, here are some ideas on how to live it up without spending it up in this Californian city.
Read more… 02 January 2012


Tokyo on a budget

Free activities abound in the capital of Japan, a country battling a radioactive and expensive reputation.
Read more… 27 October 2011


Budget and blowout guide to Costa Smeralda

Succulent seafood and rustic, farm fresh dishes are standard fare in northeast Sardinia. Eat, drink, play and stay on any budget on this idyllic island coast.
Read more… 04 October 2011


The Passport blog

Florence’s art for free

The museums in the birthplace of Renaissance art can get expensive. Luckily there are a few artistic treasures that cost nothing to enjoy.
Read more… 15 September 2011


Budget and blowout guide to Brussels

This city has hundreds of beers and takes its mussels seriously. The multicultural population means there’s a great range of international cuisines to try too.
Read more… 23 August 2011


Budget and blowout guide to Budapest

The city of paprika and Tokaji wine has a lot to offer food-loving travellers.
Read more… 16 August 2011


Fantastically free attractions around the world

Budget-friendly activities that completely outshine their un-free neighbours.
Read more… 04 August 2011


Forty free attractions in New York City

There is a lifetime of fun to be had without ever handing over a cent.
Read more… 08 April 2011


Amsterdam for every budget

Explore the Dutch capital’s streets and waterways to uncover great markets, lesser-known museums and charming bars, cafes and restaurants.
Read more… 07 April 2011


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