If you are looking for a cheap place to go for a weekend break, check out our infographic for the cheapest cities in Europe. This will probably help you decide on your destination and purchase the nearest plane tickets..
We made a calculation based on the prices of nine basic and typical expenses that any tourist makes in two days, visiting this or that city. Hotel for two people / two nights, airport transfer, 48-hour tourist card, sightseeing bus tour, sightseeing, museums, art galleries, food for two, a bottle of beer, a glass of wine, Coca-Cola / Pepsi and a cup of coffee.
So, the cheapest place out of 36 evaluated was Polish Krakow, with a total trip cost of 13,326 rubles.
Prices for a hotel, food for two and a sightseeing bus tour in the Polish city turned out to be slightly cheaper than in the capital of Lithuania – Vilnius (13 385 rubles). Thus, due to these indicators, Krakow has become one of the leaders in the cheapest European cities.