Top Ten || Free Travel Guides

Travel Guides are a great starting point when trip planning. They’re perfect for finding places to add to your itinerary and to learn the history of each location. There’s an option for every imaginable destination, so how do you choose the right one? I believe in saving money where you can, so I suggest finding a free one. Free is one of my favorite F words and is a traveler’s best friend. Here is a list of ten great Travel Guides and Hacks to help you travel the world.

1. The Best Things in Life are Free by Lonely Planet

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2. Kateigaho International Japan by Hokkaido Wonders 

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3. London Travel Guide For Women by Erica Stewart

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4. Travel Hacking by DIY Improv

5. Across Asia on the Cheap by Tony Wheeler

6. Lonely Planet’s Secret Europe

7. Travel around the World by Mark Wayfarer

8. Lonely Planet’s 25 City Adventures for Families

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9. Renegade Car Camping by Bryan Snyder

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10. TRAVEL -O- HOLIC by Alex Ray

Top Ten || Free Travel Guides

9 thoughts

  1. There look like some great books there. I’ve got ‘across asia on the cheap’ (the original lonely planet). Going to check ‘The best things in life are free’ just because nothing is better than free and I’m always on the lookout for interesting things to do/see that won’t hurt my bank balance. Thanks for the really useful post.

  2. I think that the one that caught my attention the most was the one about travelling across asia on the cheap! I love Asia and some help with finding the best places within my budget would be highly appreciated!

  3. I love exploring the different guides of Lonely Planet and others because they always help inspire my next trip… it also helps that it’s free! Thanks for sharing 🙂

  4. Ah, we definitely are always up for free things – and of course best things in the world are free! I’d love to try Lonely Planet’s travel guide for planning the next trip and I am sure it wouldn’t disappoint.

  5. An app I would recommend is called “See A City” it does most things for free but will mention what places aren’t free or are a small donation

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