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The Ultimate City Foodies Guide: Travel Savings Tips and Self Guided Tours

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Are you a foodie who loves to travel? Exploring new cities and indulging in their local cuisine is a dream come true for any food lover. However, traveling can often be expensive, especially when dining out at popular restaurants and trying out local delicacies. But fear not, fellow foodies! In this guide, we will share some valuable travel savings tips and self guided tour ideas that will allow you to experience the best of city food scenes without breaking the bank.

1. Plan Your Trip During Off-Season

If you want to save money on your city foodie adventure, consider traveling during the off-season. During this time, hotels and flights tend to be much cheaper, allowing you to allocate more of your budget towards satisfying your hunger. Additionally, popular restaurants are often less crowded, giving you a chance to enjoy your meals without the hassle of long waiting times or reservations.

2. Look for Local Food Festivals and Events

Many cities host food festivals and events throughout the year. These events are a great opportunity to taste a variety of local dishes at discounted prices. Keep an eye out for food festivals and events happening in your chosen destination and plan your trip accordingly. Not only will you get to enjoy delicious food, but you'll also get a chance to interact with local chefs and food enthusiasts.

Venice for Rookies: City & Foodies Guide - Travel & Savings Tips & Self-Guided Tours
by Bill Georato (Kindle Edition)

4 out of 5

Language : English
File size : 10295 KB
Text-to-Speech : Enabled
Screen Reader : Supported
Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
Word Wise : Enabled
Print length : 236 pages
Lending : Enabled

3. Explore Street Food

Street food is not only delicious but also budget-friendly. Most cities have vibrant street food scenes offering a wide range of delectable treats. From food trucks to local street vendors, you can find amazing culinary experiences at a fraction of the price you would pay at a fancy restaurant. Be adventurous and try out the local street food specialties - you won't be disappointed!

4. Create Your Own Food Tour

Instead of relying on expensive guided food tours, why not create your own self guided food tour? Do some research in advance and identify the must-visit food establishments in the city. You can use online resources, food blogs, and local recommendations to curate your very own food tour itinerary. This way, you can explore the city at your own pace and choose the places that suit your taste buds.

5. Take Advantage of Lunch Specials

If you want to try out a fancy restaurant without breaking your budget, consider visiting during lunch hours. Many high-end restaurants offer lunch specials or prix-fixe menus that are significantly cheaper than their dinner options. This way, you get to enjoy a fine dining experience at a fraction of the price, allowing you to save money for other culinary adventures during your trip.

6. Stay in Accommodations with Kitchen Facilities

Another way to save money on your foodie trip is by staying in accommodations that have kitchen facilities. This will allow you to prepare your own meals using local ingredients bought from nearby markets or grocery stores. Not only will you save money, but you'll also get to experience the joy of cooking local dishes yourself.

7. Take Advantage of Food Apps and Websites

In this digital age, there are plenty of apps and websites that offer discounts, deals, and coupons for various food establishments. Take advantage of these platforms to save money on your culinary adventures. Look for apps that provide information on happy hours, discounted meals, or even cashback offers. By using these platforms, you can enjoy your foodie experiences while staying within your budget.

Traveling as a foodie doesn't have to drain your bank account. By following these travel savings tips and self guided tour ideas, you can embark on the ultimate city foodie adventure without breaking the bank. Embrace the local food scenes, explore street food, create your own food tours, and take advantage of discounts and deals. Remember, the best culinary experiences are often found in unexpected places, so be open to trying new things and enjoy every bite!

Venice for Rookies: City & Foodies Guide - Travel & Savings Tips & Self-Guided Tours
by Bill Georato (Kindle Edition)

4 out of 5

Language : English
File size : 10295 KB
Text-to-Speech : Enabled
Screen Reader : Supported
Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
Word Wise : Enabled
Print length : 236 pages
Lending : Enabled

GET OVER $200 IN SAVINGS TIPS ALONE!

Find out:
• How to get a private room in St. Mark's square for $15
• How to enjoy fine wines for under $5
• Where locals get their grub and more!


Venice for Rookies (VFR) is an easy-to-follow and riveting city guide with essential survival and budget tips for your upcoming visit to Venice. It is concise and handy, saving you time and money and leading you straight to the must-do activities.

Part of the Travel for Rookies series, VFR is different from other guide books because it prepares you with a set of easy “know-how” videos, links to free audible tours of the city, NO directing you to tourist trap restaurants (like some well-known travel guides do), includes off-the-beaten track information and is written with the same enthusiasm and secrets you would get if you were visiting your best friend in Venice.

Let Venice for Rookies show you how Venetians really live. The best part is that the savings tips alone exceed the cost of the guide book, so the e-guide can be at your fingertips practically for Free!

Discover Venice’s local hangouts, pubs, beach clubs and traditional restaurants from an insider’s perspective. The author, Bianca is a Venice resident, foodie and socialite, and she knows all of Venice’s in’s and out’s. Bianca published this insightful city guide so you can enjoy Venice as the locals do.

Venice for Rookies goes above and beyond most guide books. Aside from hand-picked accommodations and restaurant listings, this edition also includes:

• Step-by-step walking directions to all the Venetian listings (since you’ll see soon enough that a map just isn’t enough!)
• Authentic Venetian Recipes
• Over 50 captivating photographs and illustrations
• Self-guided walking tours (such as the “Ghost and Legends” Tour of Venice)
• A “Foodies” Glossary (a glossary with just Venetian-specific menu terms to maximize your authentic dining experience)
• Quick links to free audible tours
• Over US$200 in savings tips!
• Essential information on city attractions: Addresses, admissions information (including savings tips), hours of operation, and detailed walking instructions for each site.
• Suggested itineraries to make the most out of your stay!
• Tons of fascinating historical tidbits (ex. Where and how Venetian ladies dyed their hair blond or Where the Venetian prostitutes would flag down potential clients by flashing them!)
• Day trip information for Padua, Verona and Venice’s surrounding islands.
•and more!

This guide is designed for optimal navigation on eReaders, smartphones, and other mobile electronic devices. It will answer all your basic questions and lead you to discover the sounds and flavors Venice has lurking around its hidden corners.

*This version includes high quality, colored photographs and charts for your viewing pleasure.

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