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If you are planning to take a round of meadows in Scotland I will be going to have a quick review of my own experience in brief. No matter you are alone or a group of folks one always tends to save money instead of spending hugely on accommodation. When I say saving money that does not primarily means sacrificing quality. Not at all. I used to think how can I get a round of Scotland in the minimum amount. I always wanted to cover maximum places without spending a night in 3,4 or 5 stars places. That literally saves huge I swear. If we talk about traveling we all have an idea hierarchy goes like by air, train and by road (either bus or car). There is no question about assuming of by air or by car as it does not make any sense if you are concerned about saving. So let’s talk about train and bus. If you want to save time then one can opt train by paying 20% to 40% more than a bus. But if you are good to go with the bus than its the best option to go for. To be honest you won’t get fully pack bus every time. Well, booking on Mega bus surprises you some time by offering you longest journey in £1 plus 50p booking fee that’s incredible but not happens much frequent. It did happen to me when I booked from Manchester to poly mouth I did buy the ticket but never went. That’s funny, though. Anyways besides mega bus, you can opt National express as well. conditions of both buses are almost same but yes mega buses have 2 stories but if you are not bothered about that it’s all right. I personally liked Mega bus because it has power socket lol. Well, let’s talk about living. If you want to save money then go for hostels. The offer starts from £15 to £40 per bed. So the cheapest of all. Hostel like the smart city has branches all over. Rooms quality is good, It offers 4 beds in 1 room attached washroom. Standard is adorable. It offers you sitting area and all necessary facilities which one usually require. So, in short, you 4 days and 3 nights journey which includes ( living + transport+ food) commenced in as low as £150 to £ 200 depending on your food. That’s how you can cover numerous places in low budget no matter you are alone or with folks its per person.
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