[Updated post! Visit How Much My Digital Nomad Lifestyle Costs: Real Budget Numbers from Nearly 5 Years on the Road for the latest budget figures.]
After last week’s financial expert interview, I thought it would be nice to pull together all my old European budget posts for reference.
As I make my way through Europe, I do it on a budget of $2,000 per month (not including a few large overall expenses like yearly health insurance premiums, some business purchases, etc.) For Europe, this is a low- to mid-range budget. You can easily travel cheaper by housesitting, couch surfing, doing a home exchange (assuming you have a home to exchange), or even living with roommates (something I rarely do). But you can also easily travel Europe for twice as much by moving quicker (monthly rentals cost 1/4 as much as nightly prices over time), eating out all the time, etc.
Anyhow, enough preamble. Below you’ll find my monthly and/or weekly/daily breakdowns for stays in places like Paris, Italy, and Croatia. And below those you’ll find a few financial tip posts, info on how I save money while traveling full-time, and info on my large overall expenses.