If you think world travel is out of your budget during the cost of living crisis, hear this: a TikToker has flown to Hungary and enjoyed the thermal baths for less than the cost of a spa day in the UK.
Callum Ryan, who has 1.1m followers on his TikTok account @thatonecal, set himself the seemingly impossible challenge of flying to Budapest and visiting the city's famed baths for less than the cost of a £40 spa day in Britain.
Here's how he did it.
The video shows the 22-year-old pick out a 'last minute flight for only £17', from London Luton Airport which he describes as 'not a bad start'.
Once he'd touched down in Hungary he said he had a 'walk around' to find the best baths and paid £22.10 for entry and a locker.
He explains this wasn't a no-frills experience: "It was such an incredible experience with hot baths, cold ones, inside and out.
"I made the most of the experience by chilling out for a couple of hours and then it was time to go."
Which seems to answer his caption: "Do you think the spa was worth the journey!?"
The comment section contained a lot of hype and questions as to how he managed to achieve his goal.
One said: "You’re literally the king of travel hacks."
While another said: "How do u get these flights for so cheap what website plz."
Others picked holes in and questioned his claims, with one TikToker commenting: "Teleported yourself to and from the airport too for free .. well done."
Another questioned: "I’m sorry but how is it not busy? I was there yesterday and it was rammed."
The content creator is already planning his next trip, asking in the comments: "Where shall I go next.."
Callum's other budget travel claims include flying to Ibiza and buying a pint for less than £15 in April after spotting a 12-pack of Estrella beers for £15 in Morrisons and wondered if he could get a pint in the Balearics for less - asking his followers: "Do you think the pint was worth the trip?"
He first hopped on a Ryanair flight from London Stansted to Ibiza Airport, costing just £10 and bought a pint of the same beet for £3.49.
"There is nothing like travelling the world," he said. "I had no idea about how cheap you could travel - I have been recommending it to everyone."Featured Image Credit: SWNS