Dinner in Rome? How to Spontaneously Travel on a Tiny Budget

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12th Feb, 2013

Late night shopping in Milan, a stroll down a Croatian beach or a romantic dinner in Venice? Those were just a few of my options for under 50 euros return in one click on Drungli.com, an awesome adventure generator for spontaneous travellers.

So you want to get away but you’re not really sure where, only that you want it to be cheap. This clever little website generates the cheapest random flight destinations at any given moment. Simply enter your city of departure, click “Take me wherever” and up pops a list of flights to places that perhaps you had never even considered, all for just a few euros.

You can search for a specific day or for the whole month. It’s a fantastic new way to inspire you to travel more and discover new places. Drungli might have you feeling so spontaneous, you won’t even have time to pack a suitcase! (Then again, is there a more chic a way to fly than with just your hands in your pockets?)

Still in its early days (still in beta testing), the site works best for destinations in Europe for the moment but the company is looking forward to a global coverage in the coming year.

Try it out and head over to Drungli, then bookmark it for your next travel itch.

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