Best Cheap Destination in Europe

People always ask about cheap places to visit. The thing is there are a lot of cheap places to go and even expensive countries can have cheaper regions tourists can visit. Here we answer what are the best cheap spots in Europe and I give you the best value destination in Europe.
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  1. Tirana, Albania is amazing, very metropolitan rather than ballkanic, south of Albania like Vlora, Saranda, Ksamil blue waters, great seafood, beach bars, boat rides to Corfu, boat rides to Italy, nature. Albania is just safe, cheap and great summer destination. And cheers everyone with a shot of traditional Raki better than tequila!!!

  2. Ireland!!!! Ireland!!! Ireland!!! Cheap flights, inexpensive food and hotel stays (outsideofDublin), so much to see, fabulous people, and the beautiful landscapes are better than you've imagined. Go!!

  3. Listen!!. Exploring new countries is such a rewarding experience! For first-time travelers, I'd recommend considering destinations that offer a mix of cultural richness and natural beauty. Personally, I've been fortunate to travel to over 10 countries thanks to careful budgeting and smart investments.I wasnt financial free until my 40’s and I’m still in my 40’s, bought my second house already, earn on a monthly through passive income and got 2 out of 5 goals, just hope it encourages someone that it doesn’t matter if you don’t have any of them right now, you can start TODAY regardless your age INVEST and change your future…

  4. maybe i'm imagining it, but i've noticed how closer you get (in your videos) to Transylvania, the darker the weather gets. Like i said, … maybe i'm imaging. Do wear a really thick collar on your next trip there, professor, 'cause i really look forward to more videos!! 😀

  5. Completely agree with Portugal. We went to Sintra, probably the most touristy place in the country where the town is not all that big. It could easily charge double most other places. But going up me and my partner had pastais and a coffee at the ‘oldest cafe in town’ (again, could easily be a tourist trap) and it was about €6. Coming down we had dinner at a micro-pub – a local steak sandwich, mini pizza, fries, tasting board of 3 beers and a glass of wine was €22! Crazy value!

  6. In my experience when talking best value places to go in Europe. Czech Republic, Bratislava, Budapest, Italy, Poland are all soft on the wallet. I have not been to Portugal or Greece as of yet so i can't comment on them. They are all on my list of places to check out though.

  7. Totally agree on Portugal. Loved it there!

    Besides prices at the destination itself you also have to take into account the cost of travelling there. Some places can be very affordable, but expensive to travel to and vice versa. For me flights to London are WAY cheaper than flights to Lisbon or Vilnius. So even though the latter two are more affordable once you're there, London can still turn out to be the cheaper destination in the end.

  8. Just returned from Lisbon last week after spending 5 nights there with my family. It was fantastic. The food, the culture and the people are amazing and it is very safe. We Ubered around the city and it was almost equal to the cost of the metro tickets. We took a day trip to Sintra and spent a day in Belem. Couldn't make it to Porto or Cascais. Food, transportation and lodging are way cheaper than a big sized city in the US where we are from. Good destination for a trip with family.

  9. Italy is the best deal when we come to holiday destinations for a reasonable amount of money, especially South of Italy like Kampania Puglia, Sicilia. Fantastic food, wine, great ancient Roman monuments, picturesque views like volcanos, beautiful beaches.

  10. My tip is, if you want to visit the cheap destinations specifically, stay for 2-3 days, not the whole week. I like to stay in one place for 2-3 days, jump on a bus and go to the next one. There are good transport links between cities in Eastern Europe. There are many low-cost bus companies in Europe, such as Lux Express, Polski Buss, FlixBuss and so on. Of course, one way to save money is to prefer hostels, specially if you travel alone. However, you have to choose them carefully. There are hostels where people of all ages stay, not just young people.

  11. Greece is number one in that case. Its very cheap and you have so much to do and see. Athens and whole Greece has amazing weather all year around with less rain than rest of europe, good food and so much history…plus on top of all that you have so many great summer vacation destinations for every budget.

  12. For those who want a dirt cheap vacation. Go to SE Asia. You'll have a blast I promise. In Europe I have been to a few countries such as Italy and Spain which I found reasonable but I still have many places to see. Portugal is definitely on my list of next places to visit though. So is Greece.

  13. A few years ago I went to Prague and I absolutely loved it. I had a hotel way outside the city center, so it was cheap and I had my dinners at a local restaurant that was dirt cheap. Where in the world can you find a full meal, with drinks for less than $10? And I'm talking duck breast with dumplings and green beans, absolutely delicious 🙂

  14. My favorite cheap country was Ukraine. My 2nd favorite cheap one is now Georgia. Georgia has brand new beach front condos in Batumi for $200 a month in low season. Armenia is where I lived 3 months on lockdown & it was super cheap. I miss Ukraine.

  15. Glasgow, Scotland
    Zagreb, Croatia
    Wrocław and Poznań, Poland
    Kaunas, Lithuania
    Riga, Latvia
    Bratislava, Slovakia
    Český Krumlov, Czech Republic
    Valletta, Malta
    Budapest, Hungary
    Thessaloniki, Greece
    Bucharest, Romania

  16. Excuse me if you've done this, but I'd like to see a video on the less expensive places to shop ranging from Aldi for food to thrift stores for coats if the weather turns unexpectedly cold. In short, where do budget-conscious Europeans shop?

  17. Just spent 10 days in Madrid, the Costa del Sol & Sevilla….best vacation I’ve ever taken! The food was unbelievable and everything was very affordable. The Spanish were the friendliest I’ve met in Europe and we could go out numerous times daily and not sweat the budget. The historical places to see were breathtaking & the train system makes traveling around the country a breeze. Spain is the real deal!

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