Tourist prices in the most popular cities in Europe range from astonishingly expensive to amazing bargains. Finding the cheapest places to enjoy a European holiday can be rather confusing and it’s for this reason that we decided to list the cheapest European cities for 2018 to assist you in saving both time and money.
It’s no surprise that Kiev has always been rather cheap and extremely remote when compared to other cities in Europe, but in 2018 it’s considered the cheapest destination you can visit as a tourist. The conflicts that took place a couple of years ago have settled down recently as well, making it ideal for international travellers to save a few dollars while travelling. The currency used in Ukraine is Hryvnia, and your daily expenses, including a hostel, transport, meals, drinks, and attractions will work out to UHR 697 per day, which is around $25.00.
Krakow is considered the best travelling bargain in Europe. The extremely low prices continue to draw a vast number of Europeans for exciting weekend breaks as there are loads of cheap hostels, restaurants, and bars to keep your spending as low as possible. This is a fantastic destination to visit before demand will force prices to increase. The currency used in Krakow is the Polish Zlotych and your daily expenses, including a hostel for the evening, transportation, meals, drinks, and attractions work out to PLN 98 per day, which will be around $27.00.
During the 1990’s, this Balkan city experienced years of trouble and is still struggling to attract tourists from around the world. You won’t find loads of checklist attractions in Belgrade, but you will be treated to an interesting and lively urban centre along with appealing prices and a captivating nightlife. The currency used in Belgrade is the Serbian Dinar and your daily expenses which include attractions, entertainment, meals, transport, and a night in a hostel will work out to 23.57, which is around $28.00 per day.
Although it’s not the most charming city in Romania, the old town of Bucharest still gets plenty of fantastic reviews even if it struggles to attract tourists from across the globe. Luckily, those that decide to visit this interesting destination will be treated to low prices, regardless of where they choose to go. The currency used in Bucharest is the Romanian Leu and daily expenses, including transport, drinks, meals, attractions, and a night in a hostel will cost you RON 112 which works out to $28.82 a day.
This continues to be one of the best bargain cities in Europe thanks to its pleasant city centre which is extremely welcoming to tourists from around the world. Just about everything in this city is cheap and affordable too. The currency used in Sofia is the Bulgaria Leva and daily expenses, such as meals, attractions, transport, and a night in a hostel will cost you BGN 53.05, which works out to $32.15 per day.