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Collage of Euro Currency Bank NotesThere’s no way around it.  Vacationing in Europe is not an inexpensive trip.   Between the airfare getting over there, the cost of accommodations, transportation between cities and food, a European vacation or honeymoon can blow many budgets.

When My Vacation Lady books a vacation or honeymoon package for our clients, it may include a lot of the  anticipated costs (air, hotel, rail tickets and some sightseeing) but what about some of the extras, like food, local transportation and more.

Should you take cabs or rent a car?  Should you try to use local transportation instead?  Should you get museum passes?  How can you save money on food?

Before heading out to Europe, you might want to check out this Fodor’s article on how to save money while vacationing in Europe.