Telluride, Colorado, may be best known for its popular annual film festival and prime ski opportunities. The charming town has plenty more for visitors, all for less than $100 a day.
Start your day with breakfast at Ghost Town. The casual café boasts local tea, coffees and a selection of breakfast items, including toasts, smoothies and granola bowls. Toasts start at $3.50. There are numerous outdoor opportunities in Telluride whether you prefer biking, skiing, hiking or just going for a stroll. Try Town Park, Bear Creek Falls or the San Miguel River Trail to experience the great outdoors.
Grab lunch at La Cocina de Luz. The Mexican restaurant offers traditional dishes along with vegan options. Entrées start around $12. Stroll downtown among the boutiques, shops and cafés. Stop at the Telluride Historical Museum to learn more about the town’s history. General admission costs $7. Hours vary by season. Colorado is a popular brewery destination, so don’t leave without experiencing some brews at Telluride Brewing Company.
Enjoy a dinner of small plates and cocktails at there. The intimate bar and restaurant offers a globally inspired menu with small plates ranging $5–14 and larger, sharable entrées starting at $18. The drink menu includes classic cocktails, unique cocktails, beer and the signature jam-based cocktails. Cocktails start at $10.
It’s easy to blow through your travel budget on airfare, accommodations and food before you’ve factored in any downtime or entertainment. Skip the expensive attractions and look for free entertainment while traveling for a budget-friendly adventure.
Bleisure — it’s a term we’re all familiar with these days. After all, millennials drive the rising trend, combining business and leisure trips regularly. Take a few days to decompress in a new destination after a hectic schedule of meetings and business.
Viking is setting a Guinness World Record for the longest continuous passenger cruise. Last month, guests on Viking Sun embarked on the new Ultimate World Cruise itinerary, which stops at 111 ports across 51 countries and six continents over 245 days. The cruise lasts through May 2020. When Viking Sun returns to London next year, a Guinness World Record adjudicator will confirm if the world record was set.