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For over half a century, Let’s Go has created the world’s favorite budget travel guides.

With pen and notebook in hand and a few changes of underwear stuffed in our backpacks, we spend months roaming the globe in search of travel bargains for savvy travelers just like you. Save yourself the work of researching the best attractions, restaurants, nightlife, and hostels—we’ve already done it for you.


Recent updates from the road:

2807, 2015
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How To Get a Cuban Visa (When You’re Already in Cuba) — Part Two

By |July 28th, 2015|0 Comments

Continued from Part One.

Wednesday, July 15th (One day before my visa expires):

I woke up at 8am in order to get to the banks early, get the stamps, renew my visa, and still have time to do something during the afternoon. I walked over to Habana […]

2707, 2015
  • Italian Radio Hits Enrique Iglesias Travel International Music

I Heart (Italian) Radio

By |July 27th, 2015|0 Comments

The hostel I’ve been staying at for the past week has a TV in the common room that plays pretty much nonstop music videos (like how MTV used to before it started exploiting the agonies of pregnant teenagers). So in addition to seeing a lot […]

2707, 2015
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Overheard in Dubrovnik

By |July 27th, 2015|1 Comment

On the beauty of Dubrovnik’s city walls, which are also over 1.2 miles long:

“Oh my god. I’m so over these walls.”

On whether or not these “Game of Thrones” tours are really worth it:

“So in season 5, Cersei walks through this doorway, and then some […]

2607, 2015
  • Royal Castle in Old Town, Warsaw

And to Think That I Saw It on Novy Swiat Street

By |July 26th, 2015|0 Comments

• A dad running with his curly-haired toddler on his shoulders in front of the Presidential Palace

The Presidential Palace is the official seat of the President of Poland, where Poland’s first political party operated, where Chopin once performed, and where the Warsaw Pact was signed. […]

2407, 2015
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How to Get a Cuban Visa (When You’re Already in Cuba) – Part One

By |July 24th, 2015|0 Comments

Renewing your visa in Cuba is like going on a scavenger hunt where all the directions are in Spanish so you have no idea whatsoever what you’re even looking for. You’re just kind of ushered out into the street in a foreign country and told […]