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The 10 Cheapest Tourist Destinations In Europe.
Exploring Europe shouldn’t cost an arm and a leg, and with our guide to the continent’s most affordable destinations it won’t have to. From Hungary’s capital Budapest to Krakow in Poland, we’ve lined up 10 places easy to enjoy on a shoestring budget.
Prague, Czech Republic
Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
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Europe is not cheap, but you can definitely do some research and find ways to budget your dream Eurotrip! We did manage to go on a 22-day Eurotrip to 22 cities/11 countries, and it was amazing! I did post a video on my channel if you're interested ;)
Actually, Lithuania and all other 2 Baltic states are not in Eastern but in Northern Europe.Northern Europe is the general term for the geographical region in Europe that is approximately north of the southern coast of the Baltic Sea. Nations usually included within this region are Iceland, the Faroe Islands, Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania, and occasionally Ireland, Britain, northern Germany...wikipedia
I've been to all these cities and this video is a crap, Lisbon or Praha is not cheap and Dubrovnik is damn expensive, I don't know how did she get this statistic, they're capital cities, I could mention more cities which are real cheaper, not fake advertising cities like this.
Disagree - Prices in Prague, Budapest, Vilnius, Riga are certainly not cheap - not expensive - but certainly not cheapest in Europe. For example, you can find reasonable quality hotels right in the centre of Munich at comparable prices to similar quality hotels in Prague and Budapest.
Whose so idiot to consider Sofia an attraction and Bucharest not, Bucharest The little Paris of the East, the gateway between west and orient, home of the biggest European govermental building(The Parliament Palace) and second in the world, home of one of the richest cultures in Europe, its victorian style buildings, its lovely climate, its historic buildings and defintely its nightlife. Also important is that everybody knows english, everything much cheaper than in the west but expensive for romanians. However IF we make a ranking i bet its still one of the cheapest as income is not so high as in the others stated.
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