Nothing beats a good holiday; the weather, new cuisines, cultures and lots of beautiful photos to take!
The problem is we’ll often end up really blowing the budget. Though you’ll have lots of fun, plenty of us would prefer the fun times without the huge price tags.
If you’ve still got some holiday time, and you’re looking for some inexpensive destinations, try one of these reasonably priced European spots.
Prague, Czech Republic
Prague is a magical destination with bags of romance and charm.
Here you’ll find the enchanting Prague Castle, reportedly built upon what used to be a sacred Pagan site. The site also consists of the Gothic Cathedral and many galleries and museums to wander.
If you’re a beer enthusiast, Prague won’t disappoint you… Why not try the Prague Brewery tour, where you’ll be taken to the best brewery pubs in the whole city!
You’ll taste some gorgeous beers, whether dark ales or fresh pilsners. Along the way, you’ll learn all about the history of brewing in the old city. Sip a tasty beer, snack on some local fine cheese and sausages and take in the vibrant atmosphere.
According to Prague Czech Travel, a meal for two in the center of Prague costs just around €30, while a pint of beer costs only €1.3. The average price per night in an Airbnb is around €38.5 and a 24hour public transport pass costs just €3.5. For cheap holidays, look no further than a few adventures in Czech!
Budapest is a gorgeous city with plenty of stunning architecture and history to offer.
You’ll find many thermal baths in Budapest to have a truly relaxing and indulgent holiday. One of the most popular baths is Széchenyi, a beautiful place for some open-air bathing amongst the stunning neo-Renaissance architecture.
Those who love a UNESCO World Heritage Site should head to explore the magnificent Buda Castle. Here you’ll also find the Hungarian National Gallery.
According to Numbeo, the average price of a meal for two is around €30 and a mid-range bottle of wine is about €4.37.
On average, an Airbnb with space for between 2 and 4 guests would cost €30 a night. Those looking for a trendy area for some drinks should head on down to the Jewish Quarter. You’ll find lots of hipster style bars and some of the most delicious Hungarian street food you’ll ever taste!
For those looking for a top beach break, why not try Crete in Greece?
The largest Greek island, Crete will impress you with its mountainous landscapes and stunning sandy beaches. Here you’ll find charming harbor towns and archaeological sites to get your history fix!
While Crete is mostly known as one of the most famous honeymoon destinations in the country, it is also one of the best islands for solo travel in Greece. Not only does it offer such a beautiful view, the cuisine won’t fail to disappoint you, from delicious moussaka, swordfish and those gorgeous tiropitas (greek cheese pies).
You’ll find that a meal in a mid-range restaurant is around €30 while the average Airbnb costs as little as €41 per night. For a holiday on a budget Crete could be just what you need!