These experiences are precious – not to mention that in order to travel, we must take time away from work, from family, from responsibility.
Therefore, the pressure to wring every bit of richness out of a travel experience can be high. In a world literally full of McDonalds and Starbucks, grasping the authenticity of a new place can be a challenge – it can be nearly impossible to discover the soul of a city without someone who knows where to find it already.
As the cost of actually getting somewhere continues to decrease, the possibility of travel has been opened up to new groups of people. Millenials and Gen-Z travelers who would have had to pay small fortunes for plane tickets and hotel rooms in the past can now snag weekend bare-fare deals and rest their heads in quaint, inexpensive AirBnbs.
Sourced through Scoop.it from: finance.yahoo.com