I must confess you something: I should write this blog article and I have no idea what to write about.
But, wait, I do have an idea!!! I’m thinking a lot these days about my trip around some neighbourhood countries from Poland and, maybe, I could help you with the organizational stuff.
As I’ve already been in some countries and I’ve also visited some towns from Poland, I have some rules which I sacredly abide.
The rule No°1 – Once you have decided about your travel date, your next move should be to search for a place to stay. This depends a lot on the budget you have and your preferences. As you know, there are many options to spend the night somewhere, from the fanciest hotels to some cheap or „free of charge” rooms.
If you are a student, you don’t have enogh money to stay in a hotel, or even, in a hostel, you should definitely try the couchsurfing, a global community, which connects a lot of people, and helps you to find someone to host you for free in exchange for a conversation, an impression share and, why not, a friendship chain.
Another very useful site for those with a limited budget is www.airbnb.com. Here you can find a lot of people who are willing to share with you their house or apartment for a very reasonable cost.
The rule No°2 – You should look for your ticket in advance, in order to get a discount and to find the best possible offer. The sooner you will get your ticket, the more money you will save.
The rule No°3 – Always, but always, search in advance for some local attractions!!! C’mon, you don’t expect them to arise from nowhere, do you?
Churches, museums, theaters and other tourist attractions do not come out of the blue
The rule No°4 – Read and inform yourself as much as you can about the town you want to visit!
The rule No°5 – Wherever you are going do not forget about good manners! Say hello, goodbye, thank you!
The rule No°6 – Make new friends, take pictures, selfies and don’t forget about exploring as many places as you can!
And the last, but not least, rule No°7 – Have fun and collect memories!
As Kurt Vonnegut said: “Enjoy the little things in life because one day you`ll look back and realize they were the big things.”