Under $100: Bournemouth, United Kingdom

by Nia Scott

Jul 9, 2019

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Under $100 / Europe

For a hearty breakfast, stop by South Coast Roast Cafe. They open early in the morning and close the kitchen at 3 p.m. every day. The restaurant offers vegan and vegetarian options for customers to choose from, creating a welcoming environment. Many recommend the Bodia Bowl, filled with harissa-roasted carrots, pomegranate olives, fresh avocado, pumpkin seeds, mango salsa and a few other key ingredients. This will cost less than $15.

After breakfast, take a stroll through the Lower Gardens. It’s a beautiful natural oasis within walking distance from the city center. There are also the upper and center gardens, just as nice. The Lower Gardens stands out because it’s home to an aviary.

A little on the pricier side, Bates Restaurant is perfect to visit at lunchtime for reduced prices. Keep the price low by ordering a delicious menu item and splitting it among friends. A two-course lunch would only set you back around $20.

Concluding lunch, visitors should make the trip out to the Jurassic Coast and enjoy the sites. It was once a fossil hunter’s favorite place to find fossils, but now most were discovered and travelers are likely not to find any. While driving through make sure to stop at the Corfe Castle.

There are many great options for dinner in Bournemouth; however, Arbor is truly one of the best. It’s open all day to promote a relaxed dining setting. Even when Arbor is crowded, it still feels spacious. The prices are reasonable and if you dine between 5–6:30 p.m., three courses are only $30. Many previous customers have given the establishment high reviews.

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