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Low Cost Destinations 2021: where to go spending very little


Many people harbor the idea that to travel you need substantial budgets, but who actually said that to leave you have to spend exorbitant amounts?
We have selected for you low cost destinations, from all over the world and for every interest, with the lowest cost of living worldwide. In these places to eat and sleep very few euros are spent per person. We also want to clarify that a cheap travel is not necessarily synonymous with mediocre places indeed, on the contrary, you will discover that in the proposed destinations there is so much to discover and nothing to envy to the most famous and popular tourist destinations in the world.
Here are the low cost destinations of 2021 to spend very little!



Index

  1. Low cost destinations in Europe
  2. Low cost destinations in the world
  3. User questions and comments

Low cost destinations in Europe

* Average between an inexpensive street food meal and a mid-level restaurant meal
** Average between accommodation in hostel and room in b & b or 3-star hotel
*** Prices calculated in mid season with flights from Rome or Milan


1 - Bosnia and Herzegovina

History, nature, sea and mountains, this is it ideal destination to satisfy different interests, especially those of sportsmen and couples.
You can have a nice vacation in the short stretch of beach, a trekking in national parks, admire waterfalls and lakes, but also know the ancient history of its characteristic towns between monasteries and castles.

The territory is very vast therefore usually you choose either the southern or the northern route, always starting from the capital Sarajevo. In the first case, the trip takes place between the cities Mostar and Medjugorje, with a few days at the sea in Neum and in the Sutjeska National Park, while in the north you choose to visit mainly Lake Rama, the National Park of Una and the cities Tuzla and Benka Luka.
Finally, as far as the economic factor is concerned, the capital Sarajevo has slightly higher prices for food and accommodation than other secondary cities.

The main cities and places to visit are Sarajevo, Mostar, Medjugorje, Banja Luka, Tuzla, Neum, Sutjeska National Park, Una National Park, Lake Rama.


How much does it cost to travel to Bosnia and Herzegovina

  • Flight from Italy: from € 120,00 -
  • Sleeping (per person): from € 8,00 in the hostel to € 20,00 in the hotel / b & b -
  • Eat (per meal): from € 3,50 preferring street food to € 10,00 in an average restaurant
  • Average cost of a week, including flight: from € 302,00 per person

2 - Montenegro

300 km of coastline divided into beautiful beaches with typical Mediterranean features, a lot nature and ancient villages.
A true paradise for nature lovers, ideal both for young people looking for nightlife and for families with children.
Tourism is mainly concentrated on the coast which, in addition to being washed by a fantastic sea and offering wonderful beaches, is a succession of towns and hamlets, so it lends itself well to a trip on the road from north to south, from Castelnuovo to Bojana , passing through Budva, Santo Stefano, Petrovazzo and Ulcigno. It is also possible to do trekking on Mount Durmitor, located in the central area of ​​Montenegro, visit the Fjord of Kotor, discover Lake Skadar and an unmissable visit to the capital Podgorica.
Regarding prices, the whole territory is very cheap, from less touristy cities to more popular ones.

The main cities and places to visit are Podgorica, Castelnuovo, Bojana Island, Budva, Santo Stefano, Petrovazzo, Ulcinj, Cattaro, Mount Durmitor, Lake Skadar.



How much does it cost to travel to Montenegro

  • Flight from Italy: from € 20,00 -
  • Sleeping (per person): from € 12,00 in the hostel to € 28,00 in the hotel / b & b -
  • Eat (per meal): from € 5,50 preferring street food to € 12,00 in an average restaurant
  • Average cost of a week, including flight: from € 266,00 per person

3 - Albania

Over the years the country has increased tourism and not only for the very low prices, but also and above all for the natural beauty it offers. Tourism is mainly seaside and is concentrated on the coast, especially in the southern part, where in addition to suggestive beaches some of the main cities are also located. The coast is able to satisfy both young people looking for nightlife and families with children and those looking for simply relaxation on the beach! Among the best seaside resorts we can only mention Lori, Kakome, Buneci, Borsh, Livadi, Palasa and the Bay of Gjipe, but if you are curious to see them all then also in this case it is feasible a on the road itinerary along the coast taking as reference points the cities Saranda, Vlora and Durres, ending in the north with Lake Skadar (shared with Montenegro) and the Velipoje National Park. In any case, don't miss a visit to the lively capital Tirana too!

The main cities and places to visit are Tirana, Saranda, Valona, ​​Durres, Lake Skadar, the Velipoje National Park.


How much does it cost to travel to Albania

  • Flight from Italy: from € 18,00 -
  • Sleeping (per person): from € 10,00 in the hostel to € 16,00 in the hotel / b & b -
  • Eat (per meal): from € 4,00 preferring street food to € 10,00 in an average restaurant
  • Average cost of a week, including flight: from € 194,00 per person

4 - Macedonia

With its mainly mountainous territory, it is the perfect destination for lovers of nature and trekking. The compact shape of the country and the location of the capital Skopje in which it can be based make it suitable for traveling trips to discover secondary towns, lakes and natural parks. The capital itself will be a pleasant surprise with its Ottoman and Byzantine buildings, and from there you can then go north to the Mavrovo National Park and the city of Tetovo, or move south and reach the town Veles, the Ohrida lakes. and Prespa, the cities of southern Ohrid and Bitola, and the Pelister National Park. As for the budget, Skopje has slightly higher prices than other cities, but it is still very low cost.

The main cities and places to visit are Skopje, Veles, Ohrid, Bitola, Tetovo, Pelister National Park, Mavrovo National Park, Lake Ohrida, Lake Prespa.


How much does it cost to travel to Macedonia

  • Flight from Italy: from € 13,00 -
  • Sleeping (per person): from € 11,00 in the hostel to € 20,00 in the hotel / b & b -
  • Eat (per meal): from € 3,00 preferring street food to € 8,00 in an average restaurant
  • Average cost of a week, including flight: from € 183,00 per person

5 - Bulgaria

It is a destination in which history, nightlife and nature are mixed, both sea and mountains. The capital Sofia and the nearby city Plovdiv are rich in Roman and Ottoman ruins, and at the same time very lively. The surroundings are also fascinating, do not miss the beautiful and ancient Rila Monastery, the 7 Rila Lakes reserve and the historic village Veliko Tarnovo. Moving east instead you reach the coast washed by the Black Sea and the cities Varna and Burgas. Here you are spoiled for choice between Sunny Beach and its nightlife, and the more natural and peaceful Veleka, Kavatsite, Bolata and Trakata Beach.
As for the budget, it must be said that Bulgaria, albeit super cheap destination, has slightly higher prices in the main seaside resorts, costs that still allow a low cost holiday.

The main cities and places to visit are Sofia, Plovdiv, Burgas, Varna, Veliko Tarnovo, the 7 Rila Lakes, the Rila Monastery.

How much does it cost to travel to Bulgaria

  • Flight from Italy: from € 13,00 -
  • Sleeping (per person): from € 10,00 in the hostel to € 13,00 in the hotel / b & b -
  • Eat (per meal): from € 5,00 preferring street food to € 11,00 in an average restaurant
  • Average cost of a week, including flight: from € 194,00 per person

6 - Poland

It's a mainly winter destination with its cities with a typical European charm that with the arrival of the Christmas Markets have a unique atmosphere. This destination offers above all a cultural journey between historic castlesi like Marienburg and Bobolice, and important sites of the past among which it is necessary to remember the Auschwitz Concentration Camp.
At the same time Polish cities are also very lively and offer a nightlife unleashed. A visit to the capital Warsaw is a must, but also Krakow, Zakopane, Lodz, Lublin, Katowice, Wroclaw, Gdansk that deserve to be seen, however considering the extension of the territory our advice is to choose a maximum of 2 or 3 destinations to spend a few days in each. The Wieliczka Salt Mine is also very interesting!
Finally, it concerns costs, Poland is all cheap the same way!

The main cities and places to visit are Warsaw, Krakow, Zakopane, Lodz, Lublin, Katowice, Wroclaw, Gdansk, the Wieliczka Salt Mine, the Auschwitz Concentration Camp.

How much does it cost to travel to Poland

  • Flight from Italy: from € 18,00 -
  • Sleeping (per person): from € 3,00 in the hostel to € 7,00 in the hotel / b & b -
  • Eat (per meal): from € 5,00 preferring street food to € 11,00 in an average restaurant
  • Average cost of a week, including flight: from € 160,00 per person

7 - Serbia

Trekking in summer and skiing in winter. It is another absolutely low cost Balkan destination with a territory made up of plateaus and mountains for a holiday between nature and city which preserve Ottoman buildings and others from the communist era. Belgrade is the capital and in its surroundings are interesting Nis, Novi Sad and Subotica.
Tourism is mainly winter to practice what it normally would be expensive sports (skiing, snowboarding, mountaineering) and in Serbia they become decidedly low cost. The main ski resorts are Kopaonik and Stara Planina, in the central area of ​​the country, which in summer become excellent destinations for trekking as well as the hills of Vršac and the Fruška Gora mountain in the north and Besna Kobila and Cer in the south.

The main cities and places to visit are Belgrade, Nis, Novi Sad, Subotica, the Kopaonik ski resort, the Stara Planina ski resort.

How much does it cost to travel to Serbia

  • Flight from Italy: from € 90,00 -
  • Sleeping (per person): from € 10,00 in the hostel to € 20,00 in the hotel / b & b -
  • Eat (per meal): from € 5,00 preferring street food to € 10,00 in an average restaurant
  • Average cost of a week, including flight: from € 285,00 per person

8 - Romania

It offers its visitors a double possibility: a itinerary between major cities or a vacation on the Black Sea. Whatever you choose will surprise you! In the short stretch of coast they follow one another natural beaches never too crowded, like Vama Veche Beach, Plaja Eforie and Corbu Beach, ending in the north with Lake Sinoe and its lagoon. But on the coast there is also fun between Costanza and Mangalia. The capital Bucharest, on the other hand, offers a cultural journey through the history of the city and the entire country. Timisoara is also very beautiful with its parks and baroque buildings. However, between cities, regions, attractions and itineraries, it is a must Transylvania and its castles, a destination that has always been linked to the character of Count Dracula. Here the main city to base in is Cluj-Napoca. Some of the unmissable and fascinating castles that you absolutely must visit are Bran Castle, Peles Castle and Rasnov Fortress.

The main cities and places to visit are Bucharest, Timisoara, Cluj-Napoca, Constance, Mangalia, Transylvania, Bran Castle, Peles Castle, Rasnov Fortress.

How much does it cost to travel to Romania

  • Flight from Italy: from € 18,00 -
  • Sleeping (per person): from € 5,00 in the hostel to € 15,00 in the hotel / b & b -
  • Eat (per meal): from € 5,00 preferring street food to € 11,00 in an average restaurant
  • Average cost of a week, including flight: from € 190,00 per person

9 - Moldova

It is perfect for a trip in the name of oenology! In its small and compact territory, rich in vineyards which alternate with forests and rocks, especially in the north, in the Nistreana region, world-famous red wines are produced. Not far away, however, precisely in Codru, there are some of the largest wineries in the world.
The capital Chisinau and the other smaller cities Tiraspol, Bălți and Tighina, however, offer a itinerary rich in history and tradition between Soviet architecture and museums with national works and exhibits.
As for the economic factor, in Moldova everything is absolutely low cost in any area of ​​the country!

The main cities and places to visit are Chișinău, Tiraspol, Bălți, Tighina, Codru, the Nistreana.

How much does it cost to travel to Moldova

  • Flight from Italy: from € 23,00 -
  • Sleeping (per person): from € 10,00 in the hostel to € 18,00 in the hotel / b & b -
  • Eat (per meal): from € 4,50 preferring street food to € 11,00 in an average restaurant
  • Average cost of a week, including flight: from € 219,00 per person

10 - Georgia

It is located on the borderline between Europe and Asia, geographically belonging to the latter, but culturally to Europe. It is in fact a mixed country, with both Asian and European influences, an element that is perceived both in architecture and in local cultures. Alsoits territory is quite varied and this makes it a suitable destination for everyone. It goes from very populous cities to small villages in the Caucasus mountains, and from the Kakheti wine region to the Black Sea beaches. On the coast are the lively Batumi and Poti with the popular Sarpi and Ureki beaches. Inland, the capital Tbilisi, the cities Kutaisi, Narikala, Uplistsikhe and the historical complexes Vardzia and Ananuri are interesting.

In the case of Georgia, the capital has higher prices than the average of the country, but a good alternative for proximity to the main places of interest and even lower prices is Kutaisi.

The main cities and places to visit are Tbilisi, Kutaisi, Batumi, Poti, Narikala, Uplistsikhe, Vardzia, Ananuri.

How much does it cost to travel to Georgia

  • Flight from Italy: from € 70,00 -
  • Sleeping (per person): from € 3,00 in the hostel to € 7,00 in the hotel / b & b -
  • Eat (per meal): from € 4,00 preferring street food to € 8,00 in an average restaurant
  • Average cost of a week, including flight: from € 184,00 per person

Low cost destinations in the world

* Average between an inexpensive street food meal and a mid-level restaurant meal
** Average between accommodation in hostel and room in b & b or 3-star hotel
*** Prices calculated in mid season with flights from Rome or Milan

1 - Cambodia

It is a Southeast Asian country, suitable for all types of travelers. It offers both hills and heavenly beaches, ancient temples but also lively cities and their lively markets. The most traveled itinerary is usually the one that starts from capital Phnom Penh, a city with museums of history and culture that hosts the great central market, then move to Siem Reap and visit the famous Angkor Wat, the religious complex largest in the world that at dawn offers a wonderful view, and the rural town Battambang between rice fields and traditional villages. Finally we move towards the coast arriving in Sihanoukville where the Independence, Sokha, Otres and Ream beaches are located, from which excursions to the islands of Koh Rong, Koh Thmei and Koh Seh depart, excellent places for snorkeling. In short, the ideal destination for those who want to relax in wonderful places, away from mass tourism and spending little!

The main cities and places to visit are Phnom Penh, Siem Reap, Battambang, Sihanoukville, Angkor Wat, the islands of Koh Rong, Koh Rong Sanloem, Koh Thmei and Koh Seh.

How much does it cost to travel to Cambodia

  • Flight from Italy: from € 350,00 -
  • Sleeping (per person): from € 3,00 in the hostel to € 7,00 in the hotel / b & b -
  • Eat (per meal): from € 5,00 preferring street food to € 10,00 in an average restaurant
  • Average cost of a week, including flight: from € 515,00 per person

2 - Vietnam

A destination suitable both for hikers and lovers of relaxation on a tropical beach. Its elongated shape bathed by the China Sea and its position north of the capital Hanoi make longs possible itinerant trips to discover the whole country and beautiful natural landscapes. Starting from the main city, you can go inland, in the Sapa Valley among the hills, rice fields and breathtaking views, or head towards the coast and reach the city of Haiphong and the picturesque Ha Long Bay. We then continue to the traditional cities Da Nang and Hội An and the beautiful beaches around Lang Co Beach and Cua Dai Beach and the island of Phú Quốc. Finally we reach the southern end of the country where the city of Ho Chi Minh and the Mekong Delta with islets and floating markets are located. Costs? All absolutely ridiculous in every place you visit!

The main cities and places to visit are Hanoi, Haiphong, Ho Chi Minh, Da Nang, Hội An, Sapa Valley, Ha Long Bay, Mekong Delta.

How much does it cost to travel to Vietnam

  • Flight from Italy: from € 370,00 -
  • Sleeping (per person): from € 2,00 in the hostel to € 6,00 in the hotel / b & b -
  • Eat (per meal): from € 2,00 preferring street food to € 8,00 in an average restaurant
  • Average cost of a week, including flight: from € 464,00 per person

3 - Morocco

Fascinating imperial cities, the magic of the Sahara, the colorful and fragrant Souqs, the handicrafts, the elegant Mosques: this is a destination of a thousand and one nights. All its cities and secondary towns would be worth a visit but it is so large that we recommend, during a trip of about a week, to choose a maximum of 2 or 3 places and enjoy them as much as possible. The most followed itineraries are usually the one along the coast (Rabat, Casablanca, Tangier, Agadir and Essaouira) or the one inward that touches the desert (where you usually spend a night in a Berber camp) starting from the red city Marrakech, passing through Ouarzazate to the Merzouga Desert, and finally Fez and the blue city Chefchaouen. Having many days to spare, the best would be to mix between desert and coastal area. The destination is very popular with Europeans so prices in the main cities slightly exceed the average, but this is not the case in small towns!

The main cities and places to visit are Rabat, Casablanca, Tangier, Agadir, Essaouira, Marrakech, Fez, Ouarzazate, Merzouga Desert, Chefchaouen.

How much does it cost to travel to Morocco

  • Flight from Italy: from € 70,00 -
  • Sleeping (per person): from € 7,00 in the hostel to € 20,00 in the hotel / b & b -
  • Eat (per meal): from € 4,00 preferring street food to € 8,00 in an average restaurant
  • Average cost of a week, including flight: from € 235,00 per person

4 - Bolivia

We move to South America, precisely in Bolivia, whose territory is divided between the Atacama desert, the Andes mountain range and the rainforests of the Amazon. It is therefore one destination especially suitable for hikers nature lovers to whom he will be able to give strong emotions between the Salar de Uyuni, Mount Sajama with its 6.542 meters, Lake Titicaca, national parks with expanses of tropical forests and the Laguna Colorada, and above all by spending the minimum. THE possible itineraries are mainly two: the east area of ​​the country with interesting treks in the Madidi, Noel Kempff Mercado and Gran Chaco Kaa-Iya parks, made of waterfalls and the typical jungle vegetation, or the west area for a more varied journey between mountains, the arid area of Uyuni salt desert, lakes, swamps and lagoons.

The main cities and places to visit are La Paz, Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Sucre, Cochabamba, Salar de Uyuni, Lake Titicaca, Laguna Colorada, Madidi National Parks, Noel Kempff Mercado, Gran Chaco Kaa-Iya.

How much does it cost to travel to Bolivia

  • Flight from Italy: from € 550,00 -
  • Sleeping (per person): from € 8,00 in the hostel to € 15,00 in the hotel / b & b -
  • Eat (per meal): from € 4,00 preferring street food to € 9,00 in an average restaurant
  • Average cost of a week, including flight: from € 710,00 per person

5 - Kyrgyzstan

A small territory that hides great treasures, especially for a cultural and natural journey. A modest state in Central Asia that rises along the Silk Road, the ancient merchant route between China and the Mediterranean, on which its millenary cities, such as Osh, still retain large and lively bazaars in perfect Asian style. The whole territory is mountainous and you are always between 1.500 and 2.000 meters high, thus having spectacular views of the surrounding landscapes and the possibility of live up close the rural life of the place made up of cattle breeding and agriculture. The capital Bishkek is the main point of arrival and it is worth dedicating a couple of days to discover its beautiful Soviet and religious architecture. The colorful town Karakol and Lake Issyk-Kul in the north are also very interesting for camping in a typical yurt. Our advice is to rent a car, always at very low prices, and discover a little bit of the whole country!

The main cities and places to visit are Bishkek, Osh, Karakol, Issyk-Kul Lake.

How much does it cost to travel to Kyrgyzstan

  • Flight from Italy: from € 230,00 -
  • Sleeping (per person): from € 7,00 in the hostel to € 15,00 in the hotel / b & b -
  • Eat (per meal): from € 3,00 preferring street food to € 8,00 in an average restaurant
  • Average cost of a week, including flight: from € 373,00 per person

6 - Uzbekistan

Always in Asia and always on the Silk Road, this is a very interesting, beautiful and cheap destination. If you are a lover ofIslamic architecture and culture, this is the place for you! Known for its impressive and colorful mosques that are a feast for the eyes, during a trip to Uzbekistan you cannot miss a tour of the main cities passing through the capital Tashkent, then through Samarkand which is the second most important city, as well as the oldest city. to the world and capital of the Silk Road, and finally the smaller cities Bukhara, Nukus and Khiva, each with its fairytale charm and lots of amazing oriental architecture. Furthermore, even here the territory is mountainous, dominated by the Nuratau Mountains, among which there is no shortage of possibilities trekking and especially ecotourism initiatives which are favoring the development of the country.

The main cities and places to visit are Tashkent, Samarkand, Bukhara, Khiva, Nukus, Nuratau Mountains.

How much does it cost to travel to Uzbekistan

  • Flight from Italy: from € 350,00 -
  • Sleeping (per person): from € 7,00 in the hostel to € 18,00 in the hotel / b & b -
  • Eat (per meal): from € 3,50 preferring street food to € 9,00 in an average restaurant
  • Average cost of a week, including flight: from € 521,50 per person

7 - Nepal

It is essentially an excursion and cultural destination, but above all low cost, whose small territory extends entirely along the Himalayan mountain range where the Mount Everest, a major destination of the country to admire extraordinary and majestic snow-covered landscapes. The capital Kathmandu instead offers a mystical experience among the labyrinthine historic district, large statues of Buddha, Hindu shrines and Buddhist temples. Not far away are the medieval city of Bhaktapur and the city of Pokhara, the natural and main access point to the Annapurna Circuit, a famous Himalayan hiking trail and another very popular destination in Nepal. Remaining on the subject of nature we also point out the Chitwan National Park where they can be observed in their natural habitat Bengal tigers, elephants and rhinos: here is some useful information, safety and recommended itineraries.

The main cities and places to visit are Kathmandu, Bhaktapur, Pokhara, Mount Everest and Chitwan National Park.

How much does it cost to travel to Nepal

  • Flight from Italy: from € 315,00 -
  • Sleeping (per person): from € 5,00 in the hostel to € 10,00 in the hotel / b & b -
  • Eat (per meal): from € 3,00 preferring street food to € 6,00 in an average restaurant
  • Average cost of a week, including flight: from € 423,00 per person

8 - Azerbaijan

It is a destination that is worth discovering as well as being very cheap, a small country overlooking the Caspian Sea. Its territory is mixed between a beautiful coastline and a vast mountainous interior, however, the most visited part remains the coast which is gradually opening up more and more to tourism making the country ideal for those who want to relax on the beach discovering the beauty of the largest lake in the world.

The capital Baku is the main point of arrival and of interest in the country, it is located on the coast and is famous for the fortification of the Old Town, but also for its promenade and for the Mayak, Cimerlik and Six Cimerliyi beaches. Even the most interesting modern city Ganja, located in the interior of Azerbaijan, near which is the large Qobustan State Reserve. But in this unknown country, how much does a vacation cost? Wherever you go, you will spend very little!

The main cities and places to visit are Baku, Ganja, Mayak, Cimerlik and Six Cimerliyi beaches, Qobustan State Reserve.

How much does it cost to travel to Azerbaijan

  • Flight from Italy: from € 120,00 -
  • Sleeping (per person): from € 3,00 in the hostel to € 15,00 in the hotel / b & b -
  • Eat (per meal): from € 5,00 preferring street food to € 11,00 in an average restaurant
  • Average cost of a week, including flight: from € 286,00 per person

9 - Kazakhstan

The most developed country of the "stan" states because of the oil fields, where travelers find progress and entertainment in the cities, and nature, culture and traditions in the rural areas. It should be noted that Kazakhstan is so big that it must decide the itinerary well to follow and concentrate better on the chosen attractions.

Its vast territory offers a mix of mountains, lakes, reserves, valleys, steppes and countryside and the most popular circuit is the one in the east of the country. Starting from the capital Astana, head south through the Bayanaul National Park and Lake Balqas until you reach Almaty, the second most important city. Nearby are the two towns Taraz and Symkent but also the Aksu-Zhabagly Nature Reserve. In Kazakhstan you will be amazed by the warm welcome of the traditional villagers, the wonderful landscapes, the extraordinary mosques and inevitably also the really cheap prices.

The main cities and places to visit are Astana, Almaty, Symkent, Taraz, Balqas Lake, Aksu-Zhabagly Nature Reserve, Bayanaul National Park.

How much does it cost to travel to Kazakhstan

  • Flight from Italy: from € 240,00 -
  • Sleeping (per person): from € 4,00 in the hostel to € 12,00 in the hotel / b & b -
  • Eat (per meal): from € 4,00 preferring street food to € 10,00 in an average restaurant
  • Average cost of a week, including flight: from € 386,00 per person

10 - Armenia

It is a small territory to be explored for one cultural trip among the first Christian civilizations, Greek and Roman temples, monasteries and various places of worship, during which there is also a good dose of nature between flat landscapes and lakes. The capital Yerevan is the right starting point to go to the discovery of the nearby Garni Temple and the Khor Virap monastery, the most important, and then go up towards the vast Sevan National Park where you will be enchanted by the large and beautiful lake of the same name. Finally we reach the cities Venadzor and Guayaquil to visit the interesting and fascinating churches. Again our advice is to rent a car and visit the country independently and make the most of its places. The cost of a trip is so negligible that you will feel like you have not spent anything!

The main cities and places to visit are Yerevan, Guayaquil, Vanadzor, the Sevan National Park, the Garni Temple, the Khor Virap monastery.

How much does it cost to travel to Armenia

  • Flight from Italy: from € 150,00 -
  • Sleeping (per person): from € 4,00 in the hostel to € 15,00 in the hotel / b & b -
  • Eat (per meal): from € 5,00 preferring street food to € 11,00 in an average restaurant
  • Average cost of a week, including flight: from € 319,00 per person
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