Professor Jason Greenberg shares insights on affordable travel
— September 18, 2017
Excerpt from WalletHub -- "If someone is agnostic about where to travel -- say she simply wants to visit Italy, broadly defined -- I think a good piece of advice is to travel to "second" cities that are less crowded and more reasonably priced. For example, rather than visiting Rome or Florence, go to Parma or Bologna. If someone must see Rome or Florence, and has a tight budget, I would plan on traveling off-season, right before or after the core tourist season, and look for travel, lodging, and entertainment coupons and deals."