Traveling has never been so expensive unless you consider going to the public beach in your city, and honestly, that would be just sad, so let’s not talk about it.

The experts predict a potential rise in travel expenditure in 2020 – from the looks of it, traveling will become increasingly a thing for the rich – after all, predictions say airfares will see a rise of 1.5% while hotel rates will increase by 2-4% overall, not to forget rental cars that are due to be more expensive by 1-1.5%.

But this write-up has a purpose to it and we’ll ask our readers to stay optimistic regarding travel costs – there are still some interesting places you can travel to in 2020 without spending all your hard-earned money. All you need to do is stick to the plan.

And yes. There’s a plan. There is always a plan. And this plan simply entails two wise tips: try sticking to local food instead of letting your heart lure you into fancy food places; undertake the mission of renting out economical vehicles like bicycles to wander off to places within the city instead of renting cars to every place you go.

Originally we weren’t here to guide you about how to save your money while traveling, but a little guidance didn’t hurt us. But now it’s time to introduce our readers to some of the most anticipated cost-effective destinations to explore in 2020:

1Copenhagen, Denmark

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Oh the happy capital of the happiest country, Copenhagen is a sight for the eyes and peace for the mind!

Copenhagen, known for its cycling culture and colorful merchant houses, has been a destination for peace-loving travelers from around the world.

Successfully hosting and entertaining fascinated travelers with cutting-edge restaurants, Copenhagen has a newly reopened station for the travelers to look forward to – and along with comes the reopening of the famous Kongens Nytorv square too – after a seven-year closure owing to the construction of the metro line. The place once fully revived is expected to boost tourism in the Danish city.

Another boost of happiness for the city is soon to come i.e. the much-anticipated reopening of the Museum of Copenhagen following its relocation. Due to unveil its exhibition on February 7, the Museum is bound to add to the touristic value of the city.

Copenhagen serves as an adventurous spot for tourists too with the second oldest amusement park Tivoli Gardens – an attraction which has captivated the attention of everyone visiting the city.

2The Dead Sea

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With varied geopolitical crises and extreme weather fluctuations, the dead sea is now more the sort of place “you must visit now” rather than one “you should visit someday.”

The climate crisis on the planet is causing the water level to drop in the Dead Sea resulting in an obvious reduction in the life span of this tourist destination.

Encompassed by Israel and the West Bank to the West and Jordan by the East, Dead Sea is where people from around the world come seeking an unusual experience. More like a salty oasis and less like a sea, the dead sea lets the human body stay afloat – quite a surreal experience for swimmers. Perhaps one reason why people claim to feel a sense of holiness in the region.

Besides its salt-rich water that does not let anyone drown, the dead sea is also recognized for other reasons: for instance, Petra which is 123 miles from the Dead Sea – one of the seven wonders of the world which constitutes a UNESCO world heritage site. Also about 21 miles away from the Dead Sea lies the holy city of Jerusalem.

3Galway, Ireland

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Galway, known as the European Capital of Culture, is all set to live up to the title in 2020 the harbour city sitting on the western coast of Ireland, is due to host several cultural events during the year.

The Pixies, Flaming Lips and Sinead O’Connor will take to the stage, while Margaret Atwood will make an appearance in relation to the International Women’s Day at the Wild Atlantic Women literary event, not to forget the still distant but highly anticipated Lumiere Galway closing event in January 2021 – all are occasions to look forward to and not miss!

Besides, the Galway International Arts Festival held annually in July is another attraction that makes the place a desirable destination to visit in summer.

All in all, cultural gatherings, blooming festivals and varied celebrations make Galway fill up with a strong vibe of happiness, candid laughter, and light-heartedness. And seeing how the new year dawned, I think we will all need a place like this to visit.

4Sri Lanka

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An epicenter of history and beauty, Sri Lanka has managed to remain a desirable tourist destination even after surviving the horrific terror attacks last Easter. With a complex civilization, Sri Lanka makes for an awe-inspiring sight with enticing temples, palaces, and un-caged wildlife. Not to forget, the fascinating Buddhists sculptures and dome-shaped shrines of the Polonawars – an ancient city of Sri Lanka that should not be missed out on.

To Sum it Up

Moving away from the rut of daily life, letting the heart that yearns for novel experience have its way, push yourself to search for a travel destination through BuyTvInternetPhone – regardless of how good they are, they will only bring you a virtual experience of the world via internet and TV – whereas at times there are many more authentic reasons to just pack and get out of your comfort zone – do that in 2020!

The power that helps you discover the resourceful in yourself gets a boost with traveling. We hope the places mentioned in this write help you choose one that is not heavy on your pocket, brings the relaxation one expects to come with a vacation, and adds to your travel experience.

Happy traveling in 2020!

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