The 8 Cheapest Cities In Europe You Should Know

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There is not always pocket for all trips on the wish list. If you want to make a cheap holiday, know the cheapest cities in Europe.

From the beaches to the mountain, past the more urban cities, Europe is a very rich continent in terms of tourism – and this includes gastronomy and even culture. But do not think that Europe is in deep pockets: know the cheapest cities in Europe.

EUROPE LOW COST IN 8 DESTINATIONS IRRESISTIBLE

  1. WARSAW, POLAND:

Poland is by itself a cheap country so it is not surprising that its capital, Warsaw, is on the list of the cheapest cities in Europe. Truly speaking, Warsaw has a lot of value thanks to Nazi rule and Soviet socialism, having a historic center considered a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

  1. RIGA, LATVIA

Also in Eastern Europe, which is Europe’s most accessible area financially, we arrive in Riga, where a tourist can spend an average of 80 euros per day, including accommodation, food and leisure. It should be noted that Riga was considered the European Capital of Culture in 2014 and gained, thanks to this experience, an enviable cultural life.

  1. BUDAPEST, HUNGARY

Budapest makes history for its charm and beauty. It is a city where one stumbles in baroque or neoclassical constructions and where the two banks of the river Danube make the scenario nameless. Moreover, it is still one of the cheapest cities in Europe.

  1. SARAJEVO, BOSNIA, AND HERZEGOVINA

It will not be one of the destinations most chosen by tourists, but it is of fundamental importance in the history of the Balkan Peninsula. Any tourist can spend a good stay not spending more than 60 euros per day.

  1. KRAKOW, POLAND

Returning to Poland, Krakow could not be left out. Located further south of the country, it is a very cheap city that offers a great diversity of hotel structures.

  1. BELGRADE, SERBIA

Belgrade was not a city visited for more than 20 years because it was bombed. After the reconstruction, a more cosmopolitan city was born in Belgrade, with cafes, restaurants, art galleries.

  1. SOFIA, BULGARIA

With only 60 euros per day (which includes staying, food and leisure) it is possible to visit the Bulgarian capital and enjoy all that Sofia has to offer. From nightlife to architecture, it’s a city full of points of interest.

  1. BUCHAREST, ROMANIA

At the bottom of the list is Bucharest, Romania, which is one of many cheap cities in Europe. There are those who can assure that Bucharest resembles Paris a little, and turns out to be considerably cheaper.

Conclusion:

If you don’t have a huge budget and want to explore Europe, then you can book your flights to any one of the above-mentioned cities. However, if you can expand your budget a bit more then I suggest to catch your flights to Copenhagen. It’s one of the most wonderful cities that one should explore once in life.

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