10 Ways to Stretch Your Dollar in Europe
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9. BUY A MUSEUM PASS THAT PROVIDES ENTRY INTO ALL OR MOST OF THE MUSEUMS AND MONUMENTS ON YOUR LIST.
Many European cities have these. There’s the Berlin Museum Pass, the London Pass, and the Prague Card, for instance, in addition to the Paris one. If you plan to blitz several museums per day for several days in a row, rain or shine, it’s worth getting. We didn’t because we had uncertain weather as well as kids in tow—and kids get into Paris museums for free anyway; we wanted to see museums only when it was raining and, as soon as the weather cleared, be outdoors again.