10 Money-Saving Hacks For Elderly Travellers On International Holidays

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Plan Ahead And Research Extensively

Look for destinations best for off-peak travel times, and explore budget-friendly accommodations. 

Utilise Senior Discounts And Benefits

Research local policies regarding senior discounts on transportation, museum admissions, and cultural sites.

Travel Insurance

Look for policies that cater to senior travellers and cover medical expenses, trip cancellations, and baggage loss. 

Pack Wisely

Consider investing in lightweight and durable luggage to avoid overweight charges and ensure hassle-free mobility during your travels.

Opt For Public Transportation And City Passes

Research local transport options such as buses, trains, and metro systems, and purchase day or multi-day passes for added savings. 

Dine Locally

 Explore local markets, street food stalls, and family-owned restaurants to experience authentic cuisine at a fraction of the cost.

Free Activities

Attend cultural events, street performances, and local festivals to immerse yourself in the destination’s vibrant traditions without breaking the bank.

Exchange Currency Wisely

Compare rates offered by banks, currency exchange kiosks, and ATMs to find the most favourable option.

Stay Connected Affordably

Purchase local SIM cards or portable Wi-Fi devices for affordable internet access during your travels.

Be Flexible And Open-Minded

Keep an open mind regarding accommodation options, transportation modes, and dining choices. 

Compiled BY Himani Verma

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