Breathtaking Balkans: 6 reasons why you need to visit Pirin mountain

My last holiday started with flying to Sofia and going up the Bulgarian mountain to find one amazing hidden village in between the breathtaking Pirin mountain. I had a great experience there, and I would like to share it with you so you can plan a budget trip to Leshten, in Pirin mountain.

For everyone who is NOT Bulgarian: the prices there are really low + the flights are incredibly cheap, so it is definitely a budget saving destination.

I decided to go to Leshten, because I saw this amazing village in one Bulgarian movie a few years ago (The Foreigner). Since then I always wanted to go and visit it.

Where is Leshten located?

Leshten is not that easy to reach, but on the other hand, it is a very beautiful trip. You will be crossing Struma river, the famous ski resort Bansko and driving around beautiful mountains.

Why you definitely need to visit Pirin mountain, Leshten?

See for yourself how Leshten looks like, and then I will list my top reasons why you need to visit it 🙂

1st. Amazing panoramic view
If you are a mountain lover, which I believe you are since you are reading this post, then Leshten will give you an amazing panoramic view and true satisfaction of your soul. The mountains are breathtaking and Leshten is right in the middle of it.

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2nd. Total relaxation
Leshten is a very calm village, small and quiet. You will go there if you need to relax and start your holiday with total relaxation. You will enjoy the beautiful views and nature while hearing only the sound of birds, bugs or animals. In the evening you can visit the restaurants, and there you will probably hear some music, but again it is all about focusing on yourself and the company you are with.

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3rd. Delicious food
The food in Bulgaria is in general great, especially for the meat lovers. However in Leshten, is pretty amazing, because all the vegetables are BIO, grown in someone`s garden ;). I would recommend trying something meaty (around 2-3 EUR), definitely aubergine, or any other salad you would like (they are around 1,70 EUR) and for a dessert yoghurt with jam (1,10 EUR). Please visit the place after the bridge at Leshten, across their only shop.

4th. Mineral healing water
If you go to Leshten, you can take advantage of the famous mineral water in the bacteriological resort nearby – Ogniyanovo. If you only would like to swim, you can do that at Leshten, but if you want to stay still in the water and let it heal your body, then you can take a short ride of few kilometers and go to Ognyanovo.

5th. Scenery village very pleasant for a walk.
The cobblestone streets of the village, together with the cosy small houses surrounded by green and mountains, makes it very scenic and lovely for a walk. Leshten will offer you a mountain hike, picking mushrooms and herbs in the mountain, and fishing. I would say that 2, maximum 3 days here are enough for you to feel recharged and energized.

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6th. The Bulgarian mountains are perfect for your trip on a budget!
Since we are focused on minimizing our budget and maximizing the quality of our trips, then Leshten and in general the Bulgarian mountains would be a great choice. First of all, as I already mentioned couple of times, the flights should be around 50-60 EUR with a low cost company as RyianAir, WizzAir and Transavia from Central Europe to Sofia. Furthermore, a night in a very nice hotel would be between 40-50 EUR for two people with Spa, and swimming pool and breakfast included.
The food is around 20 Eur for two people, which will include a main dish, veggies, and rakija.

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Why do you need to go boating outside of Amsterdam! Boat trip in Vinkeveen

Amsterdam is stunning and one of the most vibrant cities I have ever visited (and lived in) and its scenery canals make it very attractive for boat trips. However, if you are not visiting it for first time, and you do not want to do that the touristic way, think twice before wasting a sunny, warm weekend on a boat in Amsterdam AGAIN.

Our tip: rent a boat in Vinkeveen 😉

Where is Vinkeveen?

Vinkeveen is only half an hour away of Amsterdam, 25 km distance.

Why Vinkeveen?

Here is why you will have great experience there:

1. A boat trip in the nature

As much as I love Amsterdam, there is nothing like a relaxing boat ride in the nature. You will not hear crowd talking around you, and your eyes will be relaxed of the city view when instead you will be seeing lakes, a lot of water, peaceful beach houses, listening your own music (which you bring with you).

2. Prices in Amsterdam vs outside of Amsterdam

We all know that Amsterdam can be a bit pricey. The prices for a boat are not an exception. If you decide to rent a boat in Amsterdam, the prices are between 40 and 60 EUR per hour (deposit of 150 Eur as well) and the prices we found in Vinkeveen 18 Eur per hour for a boat suitable for 6 people, but we rented it for 4.

3. Busy water roads

You definitely need to be careful in Amsterdam! It is busy all year around, but when it comes to a sunny day… oh guys! Do not look right, left, up, or down. Look only straight and focus on avoiding crashes in another boat.

In Vinkeveen, you have lakes like a labyrinth, and you have plenty of space not to crash in anything 😉 At the beginning of the ride, they will give you a map with all the lakes, so you can choose the road you like. And trust me there is enough space for everyone.

4. Picnic in the nature

When we went in Vinkeveen, we could stop on every small green island, and pull out the picnic blankets.

5. Much more privacy

If it is a sunny and warm day, then you would probably want to try to get some tan. And if you try boating in Amsterdam, you probably know that between you in the boat and the people sitting in cafeterias and restaurant, or simply walking around the city, there are just few meters distance. You would not feel that comfortable when putting your sun cream and laying in bikini, while nearly everyone around you is eating and drinking on the canals, fully dressed up.

Well in Vinkeveen, the whole vibe is as of a beach place, everyone around you is doing the same or (windsurfing). And you simply feel like you are on a beach vacation.

It is entirely different type of experience than in Amsterdam. You can ride in much more peaceful, green, full of islands and lakes place, surrounded by beach houses. You choose your music, uninterrupted of the music of the boats near you, celebrating bachelorette parties. You can lay down, get your white wine and food, make picnic on the boat or on the islands.

For everyone who would love to have fully relaxing day, and everyone who already tried boating in Amsterdam, and does not want to do it the touristic way, go to Vinkeveen, you can book it via: Jachthaven Motel Borger (this is not sponsored post) spend half day there and let me know if you enjoyed it as much as we did.

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Visit Cagliari, Sardinia on a budget! 9 ways how to do it

Cagliari is the biggest city and the capital of the island. It is usually an expensive destination. It tends to gather more of a “cashed-up” crowd, which is understandable with its 20 km long Emerald Coast. But today I will give you tips on how to lower the costs there and easily afford this destination.

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Cagliari is a vibrant city. It is full of life, many bars, restaurants, tourists, underneath the palms in the Marine.

1. Flights to Cagliari

My advice is to take a flight to Alghero, because it is much cheaper than flying directly to Cagliari. Then you can reach Cagliari with a car (around 5 hrs driving) or with a train, which takes a bit shorter time (13 Eur a ticket). The tickets you can buy directly at the station, since buying online is not that developed. You can also rent a car, and go around the island, which is very pleasant and most of the people prefer this.

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2. Rent a car in Cagliari

I advise you to use your flight company for renting the car because it will always offer a discount. I used Ryanair, and it offered me cheaper options than all car rental companies. Bear in mind, that in the peak season can be pretty busy to park there.

3. Where to book your accommodation in Cagliari, Sardinia?

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There are two options since the beaches are outside the city center.

a) inside the city center (which I choose).

You will stay in the center and have access to all the bars, restaurants, gelaterias, shops, and everything in the city, which I believe is more budget friendly. In this case, you will need to move with your car/bus to go to the beach. For me, that is better, because I love to go out in the evening and I did not want to miss the vibrant nightlife in Cagliari. Then I recommend you to stay in a place which is as close as possible to the Marina. You have the bus stop next to you and you are in the heart of the city. Do not search for a sea view, it is very hard to have it in the city and the prices are crazy. Furthermore, you can skip the search of accommodation with breakfast included, because at most of the places breakfast means just a snack you can grab, unless it is not specified what kind of breakfast you will have.

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b) on the beach, outside of the city .

In this case, you will have sea view, but you will be tight on buses and driving when you go out in the evening. The beach area was pretty amazing to stay in but you have to book it a lot in advance – 2-3 months just to make sure you have good prices and variety.The restaurants there should be either choose very carefully, or simply avoided and go around with your car. They are pricey and not on a great quality.

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Free things to do in Cagliari, Sardinia:

4. Free walking tour Catch the pink (tips based of course). You will learn a lot for the city and go through the most important places in the old part of the city. At the end of the tour, you will receive a lot of information about the traditional food, what kind of souvenirs you should buy and what other places to visit.

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5. Going up the hill Castello di San Michele

All you need to pay is few Eur for a ticket for bus number 5 and then on foot up the hill. All the visit can take a half day or even more. You will have beautiful views from the lagoon and the city and on top, there is a medieval castle.

6. Going to the park Monte Urpinu

One amazing experience for which you need few hours. The park is free, very well organized and has many spots for taking awesome pictures. It is totally worth visiting and you will see most of the city while getting there.

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7. Cattedrale di Santa Maria

The Cathedral, is one of the most beautiful ones I have ever seen. It has stunning details and it is very peaceful.

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8. See the Pink Flamingos

You can take the bus, and go straight to The Regional Park of Molentargius. You will not be able to walk around the flamingos since it is protected area, however, you can see them pretty close.

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Interesting info: If you are thinking, how on Earth were these flamingos born pink? They were actually not… they were born grey but after eating a lot of shrimps, they turn their color.

9. Visit Poetto beach

Actually, all the beaches are free but this one is my favorite one. I visited it in bad weather and even then the watercolor was emerald blue.

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Restaurants and food in Cagliari, Sardinia:

The prices for food are not low. A dish with pasta would be between 11 and 16 EUR. However I can confirm that the food is absolutely amazing, and I had not even one bad dish during my 8 days holiday. We used mostly tripadvisor for finding places, and recommendations from the hotels where we staid.

Appetizers:
pizza pie
Pocorino cheese

Dishes:
Bottarga (cured fish eggs, granted on the pasta or with bred)
Malloreddus (short pasta like miochi)
Culurgiones (staffed raviolli, with tomato souse and may be sausages)
Burrida (dog fish with nuts and vinegar)
Fregola (like kus kus but thicker and sea food)
Roasted pig (the sardinian speciality)

Desserts: seada (seems to me like one big ravioli, fried and then they out sugar on it with honey)

Liquors: limonchello (the limonchello is typical for south Italy, so definitely try it in Cagliary)
mirto (made of small berries)

Wines: red – cannonau, white – vementino (it is a very fresh wine).

Other things to visit in Cagliari, Sardinia

Bastion de Saint Remy – the icon of Cagliari. This is the front of the Citadel area which housed the Cathedral and Arsenal. You will see it as well during the free tour guide.

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Visit Via Stretta the narrowest street in Cagliari. It is in very cute, and scenery.

Museo Archeologico. I received many recommendations for it, in case you have a bad weather day, definitely visit. The ticket is 7 EUR and you can find more information here.

Torre dell`Elefante. It is one of the stops of the free tour guide. There is a bit of a climb, and you will see the tower with little elephants, which was one of the main entrance to the city once a upon a time, and you will have the chance to overlook towards the whole city and sea from one side.

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11 proven tips for booking the cheapest flight

What is next? One month after New Year, we are back to work and I think it is time to start planing our next holiday, or the holiday agenda for the whole year. We already know how to book our accommodation on budget, so let`s find out how to book the cheapest flights!

If you want to take the most of your holidays and enjoy it on budget, you have to start planning in advance and that is why I would like to share with you, how I manage to book the cheapest flights for my holiday.

1. Fake location
The location does make difference when it comes to flights. Especially if you are booking domestic flights. If you manage to trick the website to think you are actually in the States, when booking a flight from NY to LA, may b you will get a cheaper flight. More information you can find here.

2. Best day to fly
Check what are the cheapest prices in the whole month. Just click flexible dates and check the cheapest option of the month.

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3. Google it
Just google form were to where you are travelling, and Google may surprise you with a new route, because a plane is not always the best option.

4. Sky scanner
My ultimate favorite search engine for cheap flights! Why? Because you can choose the dates and leave the destination to “everywhere”. This way it will show you the cheapest flights for these days.

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5. Compare low cost companies
The low cost companies such as Wizz Air, Ryanair, even Transavia should be checked separately. The first two are not included in Sky Scanner so you definitely need to check them.

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6. Follow them on social media
Why? Because they can have many promotions, if you share a post or like something and then receive a reward. And yes, that can really work!

7. Check the extra fees
Most of the low cost companies has extra fees that appears only at the 2nd or 3rd page. Try to book the flight before actually paying for it so you can see all the fees and the total amount.

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8. Think about different combinations
Check the airport you are landing at(what`s the distance to the city. It might happen that you have to pay higher amount for the bus from the airport to the city you are visiting, than the actual flight.

9. Search in incognito
One of my favorite tips! Search in incognito can really make a difference. I am now booking a holiday for my birthday in March and have 1 screen open using normal Chrome, and one screen in Incognito. You guys… there is a huge difference I am telling you. You can go incognito by holding Ctrl + Shift + N

10. Sign up for the newsletters of the low coast companies
This way when Wizz Air has a discount, then you can be among the first one to know.

11. Book around a month before your trip
Skyscanner says the best time is 3 weeks in advance. In my experience I always choose between 4 and 3 weeks in advance for a cheap flight.

Extra tip for a cheap flight: I read a lot about people checking kayak.com. I do not use it but I see a lot of positive reviews, so give it a try.

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Extensive guide: 3 full steps how to fall asleep on a plane

The people who travel very frequent know that it is quite a challenge to fall asleep during your flight. There is no problem if it is a short one – 1-2 hours, but in case it is longer, I am literally going crazy! I am running out of activities (and battery), there is no internet, (obviously we are going for a budget trip, so we are using the low cost flights) and I just want to relax for some time. Trying to fall asleep, but not managing can really create a headache. The buzzing sound of the machine, low space, baby crying somewhere, bad food and coffee, no internet and dimmed light making it painful to read a book… on top of that some turbulence that keeps our stress levels up and swallow feet due to decompression. I certainly prefer to fall asleep if I can. So I decided to research what can help me, speak with flight stuff and share what I found.

1. Before the flight

First get ready with proper clothes. I remember when I traveled to Thailand I decided for a first time to buy clothes specifically for the flight (since it was like 16 hrs. all together). Then I saw how much more comfortable I feel when I put my special fighting clothes. I have a black skinny shirt, and high waist very wide pants. They are both looking cool together and very comfy. We all know how our body swelling from the decompression, which means that we need comfy socks and shoes as well.

Second, get ready with a flight tool kit. Prepare a kit for your trips which will save you headache.

My kit includes:

Thirdly, make sure that you choose the seat next to the window. Not only that gives you nice view, but also it is the best place while trying to relax during flight. You all know all this budget friendly flights are very low on space, so this seat is the only one that can give you a little bit more comfortability.

2. During flight

Let’s try to make yourself feel like home, without bothering any other person.

I would recommend eating a snack. It is better to prefer it yourself or to buy it from somewhere before the flight. I find the food on the plane really terrible, dissatisfying and will certainty make u feel even more hungry.

We can take out our shoes, just make sure that does not bother anyone 🙂 even better suggestion: have a extra pack of socks with you for the flight. The last thing we want is to receive a complaint about a bad smell in from of at least 4-10 people.

Put the glasses on. 😀 This way you do not look chatty. At least this is how I avoid continuous conversations. There are many chatty passengers around, which is alright but not when we are trying to relax. The dark glasses will relax your eyes, and get you ready to fall asleep like you are at home with curtains down.

Get your spray out and without bothering the passenger around you, keep your face hydrated and clean. I get pimples when I travel with a plane, and the spray truly helped me.

3. Falling asleep.

As the flying stuff say, up in the clouds: “put your seat belt, sit back and relax”.
Do not worry if you get just few minutes of sleep, sometimes this is all we need. Do not push your eyes and whole body to fall asleep again, that leads only to headache. Make sure you have downloaded Netflix TV shows or Game of thrones, and if you run out of battery, that is the time to open the book. After a short nap, you brain is refreshed and you will enjoy it more + that is another reason to sit next to the window;)

I wish I could provide more pictures of me falling asleep, but they were always looking weird so you get the idea.

People think that travelling with a plane is just a regular way to move from one place to another, but I think it is related with a lot of stress, and it is much more uncomfortable comparing to other vehicles. It is the fastest though, but I think in order to enjoy it more we definitely need some good preparation.

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9 tricks to spend less during holiday

Since I give my tips for travelling on a budget but comfortable, you will not find any recommendation for hostels, couch surfing, hitch-hiking, etc. Today I will share my ideas how to minimize the costs via small and simple tricks that we usually do not focus on.

1. Good preparation

Preparation for the trip is the key to a good budget. People ask me how I manage to travel so often, and now I will share my simple secret.

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I arrange my free days first. I plan when the next holidays is much in advance, which allows me to check the cheapest destinations ever. For example, I know most of my holidays until the end of December 2018! That leads to the next step…

Check the fly tickets for this days to everywhere. What I do is to compare the tickets for these days to`everywhere` through scyscanner.net and choose the cheapest ones. I got most of my deals for around 100 EUR, (many of them 15, 30 and 50 EUR and few of them 100, 130). I do not spend more than that on flight tickets.

Check the accommodation costs in the area before you book anything. Before you buy the flight tickets, check the accommodation via Booking.com. You do not want to book a 30 EUR flight to Switzerland and to end up paying a fortune for a hotel.

Calculate the sigh-seeing costs roughly. The last step is to calculate the sightseeing that you want to visit and then you are left with the calculation for shopping and going out. Voila!

I know it sounds a lot of work, but all that is done within 15 min., once you have the free dates 😉

2. Ask the locals

I always ask my colleagues for tips and recommendations, however if you do not have such a diverse team and colleagues, you can find a friend, friend of a friend BEFORE you go there. And of course, it does not hurt to ask around when you arrive there. But DO ASK the locals. Few days are enough to make you spend a fortune if you go to the wrong places.

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3. Make a budget plan (and stick to it)

I am (most of the time) very strict with my budget plan but if you are not like that when you make your plan, put some extra 50-80 EUR for something that can come up and you want to buy. Just be strict with yourself, you are already spoiled enough with the trip 😉

4. Avoid breakfast outside

That is my favourite meal of the day, and it is extremely nice to go out and enjoy the nice view. But hey, you can still do it over a cup of coffee, avoiding 25 EUR for breakfast! If I want to go really on a budget, I avoid it and have some groceries to prepare a sandwich. I prefer to go out for lunch and dinner and enjoy music and maybe a party, then having the breakfast.

5. Travel with hand luggage
I know many people who use the low-cost companies but then add the luggage. I mean… it is needless! What you need to do is to prepare your clothes properly, arrange it and take as less as possible. It is all about the good preparation. How many of us took lots of clothes on a holiday and did not wear half of it? Save your money for unused clothes.

6. Do not spend money on clothes before the trip so you can enjoy shopping there

Small tip to save up money. I know it is tempting to spend money on clothes thinking how you will wear it on your holiday, but push away those feelings and save it for the trip. I bought my favourite clothes from different cities around the world.

7. Avoid drinking (fancy) cocktails

The alcohol is what makes us spent a fortune going out in the evenings. I am always tempted to experience some nice cocktails on the beach, and I am also a fan of strawberry mojito, but if you want to go on a budget you can minimize it and have wine instead.

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8. Check for discount cards or sightseeing cards that include many of them

Make a good research for the sightseeing cards and deals, museum cards, and possible options to see as much as you can for less. There are many combo tickets that you would not know about without asking locals or making one good research. I used 3 museums for the price of 1 in Nice!

9. Take a bottle of water in your bag
A bottle of water in Amsterdam starts from 2,69 EUR to 3 and 4 EUR. I mean we can save this money when we travel and it is so simple. Just make sure you have an empty bottle. Stay hydrated 😉

I hope my tips help you and I am sure we all know them but the point is that we do not focus that much and we end up loosing at least 100 EUR extra, because of that.

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5 tips to help you feel luxurious in Monaco, without spending a fortune?

I shared my insights for the French Riviera, where I told you it is not famous for budget-friendly places. Well, Monaco is one step up the scale of luxury! I would simply say – it is not cheap there, guys!

However, I have for you a plan for a daily trip to Monaco which is at a reasonable price and absolutely affordable.

How would you travel to Monaco?

I was staying in Nice, France, as I shared with you last time and I simply took the train, 20 min and 7,50 return ticket. You will be thrilled to see the stunning view from the train and you won`t feel how time will pass. Well probably is more comfortable to take a helicopter but that would be around 200 EUR, so let`s skip it.

Would you sleep there?

Absolutely not! First of all, and obvious – it is very expensive! When I was checking the prices 1 night was over 1000 EUR and second – the quality of these accommodations was not great at all (everything checked via Booking.com). I would suggest you to stay in Nice or in one of the great villages around.

What would you do on your daily trip to Monaco without spending a fortune?

1st Walk around the famous Hercules harbour
You will be able to see absolutely amazing yachts (that I had never seen before), 2,3 or 7 floors high. They were more luxurious than a hotel, better than which so ever accommodation. They were just staying there, shiny and fabulous, ready to be rented for a day or few hours.

BTW the first moment I stepped there I met Novak Djokovic, so look around while you are walking, you might see some celebrities near you.

2nd Visit the Oceanographic Museum in Monaco
The aquarium is a very famous attraction in Monte Carlo that you cannot miss. There are fish and corals from all around the world. What impressed me the most were all different kinds of poisonous fish. You will be able to see piranhas and small sharks as well, octopus and many small beautiful fish. It is definitely worth to see. Ticket price – 11 EUR (via Booking.com voucher, but you can buy a combo ticket directly there 19 EUR and visit the palace as well).

3th Drink champagne and prosecco from Monte Carlo
This city is the place to drink champagne! You have to start with a glass of their prosecco (choose the one from Monte Carlo). It is around 6 EUR glass and then you can try champagne (starting at 10 EUR per glass).

4th Visit the fabulous casino Monte Carlo
You can`t go to Monaco, and not visit the casino! It was so absolutely fascinating, that I struggle even to describe it. The parking is full with Bugatti, Ferrari, Rolls Royce, Porsche… Mercedes or BMW is somehow paled and insignificant on that overview. You can enter the casino for free, however, there is a dress code. Be smart and avoid casual outfit.

When you enter the Casino, you have a gallery at first. Amazing paintings, statues, every corner and details of the casino is a piece of art! You can take pictures everywhere but in the gaming room with tables and slots. Then you have a restaurant. I did not like the setting or the view that much and I certainly was not eager to spend over 100 EUR to have a drink and snack there. Then you have the room with slots. At the end of the left wing of the casino, you have the gaming room, where you would need evening dress, high heels and smart outfit for the guys as well + a ticket to enter.

5th Boat trip in Monte Carlo
The boat trip in Monte Carlo is a touristic attraction but who cares… it gives you stunning view of the harbor. It cost only 10 EUR and it is 45 min.

If you do all that, I guarantee you that you will be extremely exhausted. However, if you have extra energy I would recommend you:

6th Visiting café de Paris, trying their famous brilliant ice-cream. This place will give you great overview towards the casino, it is very cosy and welcoming (I would add overpriced, however in Monaco that applies to everything).

7th Visiting the Prince`s Palace
The palace itself is very plain on the outside but just gorgeous inside with its Renaissance frescoes and paintings as well as architecture. The views from gardens are awesome. The old town is in front of the palace, where you can find souvenirs and food.

8th Taking a train around the city
It is touristic but saving energy when going around the most famous parts of the city. – 15 EUR.

Some extra information: Monaco is situated on hills so going first around the whole harbor then going up the hill for the Oceanographic museum will take some time and will definitely get you exhausted. Combine the Oceanographic museum, the palace and drinking champagne/prosecco because they are on 1 hill and then go down and head towards the other hill where the casino and cafe de Paris are.

What about having dinner with a view over Hercules harbour? – pasta would cost around 25-30 EUR, starters are about the same. I would not go over the meat and fish section (100 EUR and more). More reasonable prices you can find near bin the old town, near by the Oceanographic Museum. They have tiny colourful streets with many souvenir shops around.

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