7 things to do for free in Zanzibar:
1) Explore the wonders of Stone Town
2) Spot monkeys near Jozani-Chwaka Bay National Park
3) Visit the botanical gardens at the Mbweni Ruins Hotel
4) Explore the market in Chwaka Bay
5) See the ruins of Maruhubi Palace
6) Learn about the slave trade on Mangapwani’s shoreline
7) Enjoy the amazing beaches
7 things to do for free in Brussels:
1. Stroll the Comic Strip Route
2. Tour the Cathedral
3. Tour the European Parliament – [url=www.europarl.europa.eu rel=”nofollow” target=”_blank”]www.europarl.europa.eu[/url]
4. Get arty- Visit the Musée Communal d’Ixelles [url=www.fading.museumofixelles.be rel=”nofollow” target=”_blank”]www.fading.museumofixelles.be[/url]
5. Gawp at the Palais de Justice
6. Pack a Parc du Cinquantenaire picnic then visit the Royal Army and Military History Museum next door [url=www.klm-mra.be rel=”nofollow” target=”_blank”]www.klm-mra.be[/url].
7. Browse the uncommon markets
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There’s always WWOOFing and HelpExing if you want to experience what local life is like, though you do have to work. 😉 Also, WikiTravel is a good resource for finding free things.
In general, all city parks and public buildings will be free to sit in and/or look at. Here’s my list of things worth seeing that I’ve sniffed out in [b]Japan[/b] – I’ll add other countries in new replies.
City Manga Library (free)
Miyajima (free, but you have to travel there)
Peace Memorial Museum (¥50, which is next to nothing)
Arashiyama bamboo forest (free)
Fushimi Inari Taisha (free)
Matsushima (free, but you have to travel there)
Imperial Palace tours (free)
Meguro Parasitological Museum (free, donations appreciated)
Meiji Jingū (free)
Tsukiji Fish Market (free, but check beforehand as it opens and closes to tourists at random)
any thing free things to do in Auckland and other places around New Zealand, going there in July/August
Auckland- you can get a ferry to Devonport which is about $15.00 but then you can walk around the city for free which is a lovely historical walk.
Wellington as already mentioned has the Parliament building to walk around and the Te Papa museum.
Tongariro Crossing is free.
Christ Church has a huge park and museum to go to and the plaza area has lots of street entertainers to sit and watch.
I loved New Zealand so I hope you have an azmazing time!
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