Traveling through Europe’s many beautiful cities can be expensive. Get the most out of your travel budget by visiting the 10 cheapest cities in Europe.
Popular cities like London and Stockholm can quickly deplete your travel. While beautiful, these cities are considered the most expensive cities in the world. For those wanting to stretch their funds further, you’ll want to review this infographic and find out what the 10 cheapest cities in Europe will cost you and what you’ll get for your money.
From the price of a night in a hostel to the cost of 3 budget meals, each travel destination differs. Data was gathered using the European Backpacker Index from priceoftravel.com. It also looks at how much you’ll pay for a local attraction, 3 drinks, and 2 trips on public transportation. The next time you travel through Europe on a budget consider visiting the cheapest cities in Europe:
1. Kiev, Ukraine
2. Bucharest, Romania
3. Sofia, Bulgaria
4. Krakow, Poland
5. Belgrade, Serbia
6. Warsaw Poland
7. Sarajevo, Bosnia, and Herzegovina
8. Budapest, Hungary
9. Cesky Krumlov, Czech Republic
10. Saint Petersburg, Russia
The expenses from a day in Europe’s more expensive cities are often equal to 4 or more days in Europe’s cheaper towns. A day in Kiev may cost you only $14.70. Compare that to the price of a day spent in Stockholm, which would cost you more than $68 a day. Choose wisely during your travels, and you’ll stick to your budget while seeing beautiful sites.