Top 5 Places In Europe To Visit On A Budget
Travelling to parts of Europe can be extremely expensive, however a long-needed European vacation doesn’t always have to break the bank. Europe is filled with wonderful places and many different types of cultures and attractions, these can be experienced for low prices relative to more popular and well known destinations.
1. The Albanian Coast
If Capri, or the Cote d’Azur is out your budget, The Albanian Coast is the best alternative. Albania is one of the cheapest countries in Europe. Prices are generally low because of it’s dark past with the cold war, Communism and bad leadership.
Slowly recovering from its past, this beautiful country is now open to tourists seeking a thrilling adventure abroad at thrilling prices. This country borders with Greece sharing the lovely warm weather and the beautiful Mediterranean Sea.
2. Bansko, Bulgaria
Fancy a budget winter get away? Skiing is often portrayed to be an expensive holiday that only the wealthy can afford, however that is not the case. Bansko in Bulgaria provides a cost friendly skiing resort that is perfect for beginners to intermediates.
Most of Europe’s main ski resorts are in expensive countries and this anomaly allows most people to experience skiing in the truly amazing mountains Bulgaria has to offer.
3. Lake Ohrid, Macedonia
Macedonia is another country that is affected by their communist past. Lake Ohrid has crystal clear waters, perfect for water sports and activities. Around the lake you can find many old churches and monuments dating back hundreds of years, perfect for sightseeing.
The old town is nearby to the Galičica National Park. With cheap private rooms to rent and several waterside camping spots, the area is perfect for travellers on a budget to kick back and relax.
4. Novi Sad, Serbia
Novi Sad, is not so SAD on your pocket. How about a summer music festival? If you’re into electronic EDM type music, then you don’t want to miss out visiting here! Serbia’s famous EXIT Music Festival features big artists like DJ Snake, Skepta, Designer, and the Chainsmokers.
The festival starts on the 4th of July to the 7th and tickets start as cheap as £35.
5. Bratislava, Sloavkia
Bratislava is the capital city of Slovakia and most definitely worth visiting. The historic city is packed with things to do, such as visiting the zoo, going to the museums, going on boat tours and many more activities that can be found on their website.