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The 15 most places World's cheapest places to go on vacation now!


Those who travel know this well: after each adventure they can't wait to leave to discover a new country, a different city, a more or less unspoiled location.
But the budget at our disposal does not always allow us to wander as much as we would like, i costs of a trip they include means of transport, accommodation and many other necessary expenses.
For the more adventurous, who are not really able to give up moving and exploring, we have selected 15 economic destinations around the world, ideal for a low cost tours within everyone's reach, or almost!



Index

  1. Budapest, Hungary
  2. Phnom Penh, Cambodia
  3. Bangkok, Thailand
  4. Hanoi, Vietnam
  5. Lima, Peru
  6. Faro, Portugal
  7. Bali, Indonesia
  8. Sofia, Bulgaria
  9. Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt
  10. Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
  11. Warsaw, Poland
  12. Shanghai, China
  13. Prague, Czech Republic
  14. Antalya, Turkey
  15. Riga, Latvia
  16. User questions and comments

1 - Budapest, Hungary

Budapest is a city from all points of view affordable and affordable. Eating in Budapest is very inexpensive and the choice is incredibly varied. In addition to various attractions such as the Buda district, the Pest district, the Synagogue and the Palace of the Parliament, the city offers about 70 museums, whose entrance is often free or with an average cost of around € 6,00.

  • Average cost of flights: starting from € 32,93 -
  • Average cost of accommodation: starting from € 42,35 per night -
  • Average cost inexpensive meal: starting from € 6,00 per person
  • Cost of a single ride with local transport: less than € 1,00
  • Average cost of tours and entrances: from € 6,00 for museums, from € 9,00 for a panoramic cruise; from € 18,00 for the Széchenyi Thermal Baths

2 - Phnom Penh, Cambodia

Phnom Penh is a city that has not yet been overrun by large skyscrapers, like almost all other cities in Southeast Asia. All the entertainment in the city is therefore located at sea level: markets, cheap street food and magnificent villas dating back to the French colonization are the main attractions of the center. It is a city in transition: having overcome the atrocities during the reign of Khmer Rouge in the seventies, it is regaining its former glory thanks also to the increase of craft shops, modern bars and restaurants located near the National Museum and the Royal Palace, in the heart of the Daun Penh district.



  • Average cost of flights: starting from € 559,98 -
  • Average cost of accommodation: starting from € 29,00 per night -
  • Average cost inexpensive meal: starting from € 3,00 per person
  • Cost of a single ride with local transport: around € 0,64
  • Average cost of tours and entrances: from € 12,42 per person for a visit to the Killing Fields

3 - Bangkok, Thailand

Bangkok and Thailand are considered extremely cheap destinations, but full of charm. Although, especially in the central areas of cities, prices are constantly increasing, the cost of living remains remarkably low: it is possible to move easily by public transport, the presence of many typical cafes that offer mostly rice-based dishes allow you to eat out often without too high costs. Not to be missed the National Museum of Bangkok and the many temples dedicated to the Buddha which, as places of worship, offer free visits.

  • Average cost of flights: starting from € 360,07 -
  • Average cost of accommodation: starting from € 39,00 per night -
  • Average cost inexpensive meal: starting from € 4,50 per person
  • Cost of a single ride with local transport: less than € 1,00
  • Average cost of tours and entrances: from € 18,93 for a tour of the Damnoen Saduak floating market

4 - Hanoi, Vietnam

The Vietnamese capital is considered the cheapest city on the planet: here you can enjoy a weekend consisting of an aperitif, a taxi ride, a night in a 4-star hotel in a double room and dinner out for a total of € 111,00 against, for example, the 377,40 in London.
Hanoi offers many opportunities to learn more about the war that devastated the country during the s. Very characteristic it is also the Ho Chi Minh Museum, which allows you to retrace the life and deeds of the famous Vietnamese communist leader.



  • Average cost of flights: starting from € 557,48 -
  • Average cost of accommodation: starting from € 34,00 per night -
  • Average cost inexpensive meal: starting from € 2,60 per person
  • Cost of a single ride with local transport: around € 0,26
  • Average cost of tours and entrances: from € 16,56 for a food tour in the old quarter

5 - Lima, Peru

Lima combines in an exemplary way the past, modernity, some loans from Spain and the influence of the Pacific Ocean, giving life to one of the hottest cities in Latin America. The City of Kings, in the heart of Lima, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and includes colonial era testimony in every corner, as well as the Baroque San Francisco Monastery dating back to the late th century. Barranco is the area close to the beach and is made up of streets decorated with graffiti where you can find some typical cheap Peruvian food, bars and clubs where cocktails are offered at half price.

  • Average cost of flights: starting from € 613,31 -
  • Average cost of accommodation: starting from € 39,00 per night -
  • Average cost inexpensive meal: starting from € 5,90 per person
  • Cost of a single ride with local transport: around € 0,47
  • Average cost of tours and entrances: from € 20,00 for a walking tour of the historic center

6 - Faro, Portugal

Faro is often a destination overlooked by vacationers and travelers in general, this has allowed the city to maintain a quiet atmosphere and its own traditional charm. It is very picturesque, particularly within the old walls and in the area around the harbor. Public transport is excellent and cheap, in Faro you will find numerous cafes, restaurants and bars offering traditional food of exceptional quality at very affordable prices.



  • Average cost of flights: starting from € 48,94 -
  • Average cost of accommodation: starting from € 39,00 per night -
  • Average cost inexpensive meal: starting from € 7,50 per person
  • Cost of a single ride with local transport: around € 2,30
  • Average cost of tours and entrances: from € 30,00 per person for a visit by catamaran to the Ria Formosa Natural Park

7 - Bali, Indonesia

Bali is the surfer's paradise and it is an extremely cheap location! If you are fond of waves, the advice is to stay in a "surf camp", which can be an ideal accommodation even if you do not go here to practice this sport, especially if you are looking for a welcoming and youthful atmosphere.
By renting a scooter you can move freely, the rental and petrol costs are really negligible, less than € 5,00 per day! In Bali it is possible to visit many religious monuments: the sanctuaries of Gunung Kawi, the Pura Besakih (considered the most "sacred" Hindu temple in all of Bali), the Pura Rambut Siwi and many others. Bali owns about 400 kilometers of coastline, the beaches are an earthly paradise: the beach of Kuta, located near the capital Denpasar, is a very romantic and suggestive place.

  • Average cost of flights: starting from € 447,71 -
  • Average cost of accommodation: starting from € 40,00 per night -
  • Average cost inexpensive meal: starting from € 2,90 per person
  • Cost of a single ride with local transport: about € 0,20 0.82
  • Average cost of tours and entrances: from € 11,40 for a guided tour of the UNESCO heritage

8 - Sofia, Bulgaria

The capital of Bulgaria it is the third oldest city in Europe, after Athens and Rome: the archaeological remains still visible are an excellent testimony of this record. The city is not one of the most popular tourist destinations, but certainly it is one of the cheapest and it really offers a lot to see. Thanks to a yellow sidewalk, visitors to the city can follow an ideal itinerary that allows them to visit the main city buildings: the Presidential Palace, the Archaeological Museum, the former headquarters of the Communist Party, the Royal Palace (now home to the Art Gallery national) and the Russian church with its magnificent gardens. Furthermore, in 2013 Sofia was nominated by a tourism portal such as the cheapest city in Europe: with less than € 40,00 per day you can stay in a three-star hotel in the city center, use public transport, carry out some tourist activities, have lunch and dinner.

  • Average cost of flights: starting from € 25,98 -
  • Average cost of accommodation: starting from € 38,00 per night -
  • Average cost inexpensive meal: starting from € 5,10 per person
  • Cost of a single ride with local transport: around € 0,80
  • Average cost of tours and entrances: from € 25,00 for a tour of Rila Monastery and Boyan Church

9 - Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt

Although on paper it may seem like an exclusive resort, Sharm El Sheikh is also accessible to those who do not have very high budgets. Prices in recent times have dropped significantly due to the terrorist episodes and the security problem. The town is undoubtedly full of attractions, first of all the contrast between the desert and the crystal clear sea, the poverty of the villages and the well-being of the resorts and beaches equipped for tourists.

  • Average cost of flights: starting from € 176,00 -
  • Average cost of accommodation: starting from € 37,00 per night -
  • Average cost inexpensive meal: starting from € 10,00 per person
  • Cost of a single ride with local transport: less than € 0,20
  • Average cost of tours and entrances: from € 32,00 for a Camel Safari + Snorkeling at the Blue Hole

10 - Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Kuala Lumpur is the capital of Malaysia and boasts glittering skyscrapers, colonial architecture buildings, charming clubs and a myriad of natural attractions. Divided into several districts, its main hub is called the Golden Triangle, which includes Bukit Bintang, KLCC and Chinatown.
KL is widely recognized for numerous monuments, including the Petronas Twin Towers (among the tallest twin skyscrapers in the world), the Petaling Street flea market and the Batu Caves which are over 400 million years old.
The city also offers an abundance of inexpensive gastronomic delights, with thousands of stalls, bars and restaurants serving every imaginable type of delicacy.

  • Average cost of flights: starting from € 445,92 -
  • Average cost of accommodation: starting from € 34,00 per night -
  • Average cost inexpensive meal: starting from € 3,17 per person
  • Cost of a single ride with local transport: around € 0,60
  • Average cost of tours and entrances: from € 29,00 for admission to the Petronas Towers, from € 12,00 per person for a Batu Caves tour

11 - Warsaw, Poland

Warsaw is a city that has been suffering for years and has been rebuilt several times, due to several conflicts that have devastated it. The Old Town has been declared a World Heritage Site by Unesco and is made up of characteristic streets, courtyards, hidden squares, gardens and Renaissance buildings. Do not forget a visit to the places where he was the Jewish ghetto of Warsaw, the Jewish Historical Institute, the Monument to the Heroes of the Ghetto and the Jewish cemetery. Food, transport and entertainment have a very affordable cost: Warsaw is one of the cities more choices by Erasmus students, who manage to live with a certain ease with only € 200,00 / 250,00 per month.

  • Average cost of flights: starting from € 29,00 -
  • Average cost of accommodation: starting from € 43,00 per night -
  • Average cost inexpensive meal: starting from € 5,00 per person
  • Cost of a single ride with local transport: less than € 1,00
  • Average cost of tours and entrances: from € 35,00 for a complete city tour

12 - Shanghai, China

Shanghai is the most populous city not only in China but in the whole world, with its own about 20 million inhabitants. It is well served by public transport, tickets cost around € 0,50 and there is a lot to see. The financial district of Pudong, called the Chinese Manhattan, includes numerous skyscrapers and splendid record buildings, including the Oriental Pearl TV Tower, in the shape of a lute with five spheres, inside which there is a revolving restaurant, a museum and a hotel. Shanghai is also ancient China: the Yu Garden district, in addition to the gardens with temples, rivers and ponds from which it takes its name, includes the Old Street and God's Temple, truly spectacular historical buildings. For many this city is also the capital of the "fake": there are more than five markets that sell all types of counterfeit goods, but also precious silks, wooden products, jade or porcelain. Cheap shopping is especially popular at Nanjing Road, a very long pedestrianized boulevard where there are many shops and restaurants.

  • Average cost of flights: starting from € 409,66 -
  • Average cost of accommodation: starting from € 44,00 per night -
  • Average cost inexpensive meal: starting from € 4,50 per person
  • Cost of a single ride with local transport: around € 0,50
  • Average cost of tours and entrances: from € 12,00 for the tourist bus tour

13 - Prague, Czech Republic

Wenceslas Square, the National Theater, the Church of St. Nicholas, the Gardens and the Charles Bridge, the most representative monument of the city: these are just some of the attractions of Prague. The famous astronomic watch dominates the town square, the Jewish quarter is rich in history and charm. Prague is particularly popular with young people for its nightlife and cheap entertainment.

  • Average cost of flights: starting from € 24,00 -
  • Average cost of accommodation: starting from € 39,00 per night -
  • Average cost inexpensive meal: starting from € 6,00 per person
  • Cost of a single ride with local transport: less than € 1,00
  • Average cost of tours and entrances: Guided tour of the Castle from € 35,00 per person

14 - Antalya, Turkey

Antalya is the fascinating treasure of Turkey, one of the unmissable pearls of the entire country. In Italian Adalia, hosts the famous waterfalls, the bridge built in the th century and the town of Aspendos with its aqueducts. There are so many restaurants that, with little money, will be able to satisfy your hunger and your desire for typical specialties.

  • Average cost of flights: starting from € 156,87 -
  • Average cost of accommodation: starting from € 32,00 per night -
  • Average cost inexpensive meal: starting from € 4,20 per person
  • Cost of a single ride with local transport: less than € 0,40
  • Average cost of tours and entrances: Rafting in the waters of the Köprülü Canyon from € 20,00 per person

15 - Riga, Latvia

Riga is also a destination that is rarely featured on travelers' itineraries, but it is definitely a budget destination when it comes to accommodation, food and entertainment. Offers a lively nightlife and beautiful architectural sceneries, with less than € 20,00 per day you can visit the city, eat and have fun in the evening!
One of the symbolic places of Latvian history is the Riga Castle, which has been destroyed, rebuilt and occupied several times to date and is the permanent residence of the President of the Latvian Republic, which houses two museums. Getting around the Latvian capital is simple and cheap, thanks to the efficient public transport network, whose ticket costs around € 1,15.

  • Average cost of flights: starting from € 62,81 -
  • Average cost of accommodation: starting from € 38,00 per night -
  • Average cost inexpensive meal: starting from € 6,00 per person
  • Cost of a single ride with local transport: around € 1,15
  • Average cost of tours and entrances: from € 30,00 for a guided tour
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