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Top 10 Least Expensive European Countries to Visit Now!

Thinking of an amazing travel with the least cost is a great experience. Consisting different climates, cultures and people, Europe is a good place to travel along. Besides, it’s easy to travel there from place to place within a few hours. In this article, I have listed down some of the least expensive European countries that will be best fit for you within low costs.

Top 10 Least Expensive European Countries

Now take a look at some of the least expensive European countries to visit within low cost. I have listed top 10 cheapest European countries for you to visit. They are as follows:

1. Bulgaria

Bulgaria, Least Expensive European Countries
Sozopol, Bulgaria

If you want to have a cheap vacation beside the black sea, Bulgaria is the best choice for you. It’s considered as one of the least expensive European countries because of its favourable exchange rate.

In the off season, you can travel, eat a lot expenses taking ten times lesser than the costs in the West. It’s the birthplace of yogurt as well. Besides, the cultural lovers can visit its folklore and arts and crafts. Moreover, there are 200 archaeological sites you can visit or explore with cheaper costs. Likewise hotels there are always cheaper except the summer and they provide free breakfast and free shuttles. The probable costs that you have to bear are noted below:

Bed (Dorm Room): $10-$15
A Hotel Room: $22-$38
Meal &Drink (Budget Restaurant): $5-$8
Street Food: $3-$6

2. Romania

Peles Castle, Romania, Least Expensive European Countries
Peles Castle, Romania

If you want to go for hiking or exploring the countryside, here is Romania the best choice for you. It’s one of the least expensive European countries where the most visited tourism sites are reasonable.

Cities like Timișoara, Cluj Napoca cost even lesser than the average costs. Furthermore, Romania possesses the best transportation system among the European countries. The probable costs that you have to bear are noted below:

Bed (Dorm Room): $7-$15
A Hotel Room: $18-$30
Meal &Drink (Budget Restaurant): $4-$8
Street Food: $1-$4

3. Montenegro

Lake Skadar National Park, Montenegro
Lake Skadar National Park, Montenegro

Montenegro got independence in 2006, so it’s a new country. You can save your money here as there are cheap apartments and hotels on Adriatic Coast. Besides, there you will find local foods very cheap and delicious.


Tourists go over the coast of Montenegro a lot during July and August. Most importantly, you will have a very relaxing and affordable vacation if you spend few nights in Herceg Novi. The probable costs that you have to bear are noted below:
Bed (Dorm Room): $9-$18
A Hotel Room: $22-$55
Meal &Drink (Budget Restaurant): $6-$8
Street Food: $3-$5

4. Moldova

Cheapest European country, Moldova
Kitskany, Moldova

Moldova is gradually booking in its tourism industry at an affordable cost. Likewise, it has different museums and attractive lakes. It’s the most affordable European country to visit.

Moldova has huge cultural heritage, cuisine and a place of natural beauty. However, an important concern is that petty crimes like pickpocketing occurs in the cities of the country. The probable costs that you have to bear are noted below:

Bed (Dorm Room): $8-$18
A Hotel Room: $28-$43
Meal &Drink (Budget Restaurant): $8-$15
Street Food: $3-$7

5.Portugal

Cheapest European country, Portugal
Porto, Portugal

Most of the Portugal’s interesting destinations are free to visit, except for the transportation cost. For instance, the 12th Century Templar Castle, town of Evora etc. Besides, its foods are so cheap and yellow street cars are very cheap to travel.

São Jorge Castle, Jerónimos Monastery, Belem Tower are some of the cheapest tourist destinations in Portugal. Most importantly, the colourful eye-catching buildings, surfer beaches, delicious foods, specially the pastries have made Portugal more attractive and luxurious. In addition, transport cost is also very cheap in Portugal. The probable costs that you have to bear are noted below:

Bed (Dorm Room): $6-$38
A Hotel Room: $42-$80
Meal &Drink (Budget Restaurant): $8-$12
Street Food: $5-$7

6. Croatia

Dubrovnik, Croatia
Dubrovnik, Croatia

Croatia’s capital, Zagreb is worth visiting and its interlinking waterfalls of Plitvice Lakes are fascinating as well. The lake is popular for its 16 eye-catching lakes and 90 waterfalls. One shouldn’t miss it if he/she wants to visit the least expensive European countries.

Here you will get a great climate, having over 2,500 hours of sun per year. Besides, its fascinating cultural cities, ports, islands will make your journey more attractive. Moreover, as the buses are widespread there, it’s easy to visit by bus although you can get car rental services in its highways as well. The probable costs that you have to bear are noted below:

Bed (Dorm Room): $12-$30
A Hotel Room: $36-$60
Meal &Drink (Budget Restaurant): $14-$20
Street Food: $5-$8

7. Poland

Warsaw Old Town, Warsaw, Poland
Warsaw Old Town, Warsaw, Poland

Poland is a fascinating country with favorable conversion rate, lodging facilities and cheap foods. You can easily travel by bus or train there.

Poland also has attractive parks, cuisine and museums. Its parks are very charming and local foods are very delicious. In addition, you can go for hiking in Tatra Mountains and get countless and budget-friendly hostel services in the Capital of Warsaw. The probable costs that you have to bear are noted below:

Bed (Dorm Room): $7-$12
A Hotel Room: $25-$60
Meal &Drink (Budget Restaurant): $5-$15
Street Food: $2-$5

8. Hungary

Budapest, Hungary
Budapest, Hungary

Hungary has attractive museums, architectures, soothing river views worth for having a good journey with cheapest costs. Its capital of Budapest is a very beautiful place in Europe.

Hungary has a very cheap rate of food price affordable for all tourists as well. Besides, events are also well priced there besides foods. It’s a home to thermal spa resorts. Moreover, Hungary is really affordable and you don’t need to spend too much money there. The probable costs that you have to bear are noted below:

Bed (Dorm Room): $9-$18
A Hotel Room: $22-$32
Meal &Drink (Budget Restaurant): $8-$15
Street Food: $1.50-$5

9. Slovenia

Lake Bled, Bled, Slovenia
Lake Bled, Bled, Slovenia

Slovenia’s all beaches are free for the public. Its national rail provides international and regional connections, also it also provides good bus service as well.

Slovenia is a tiny country worth of visiting, having beautiful mountains, tiny buildings. Furthermore, the country has places to go for hiking. Likewise, the Soča Trail is the best place to go for hiking which has a 25 km trail and it’s free as well. Moreover, foods are also pretty cheap in Slovenia. The probable costs that you have to bear are noted below:

Bed (Dorm Room): $12-$20
A Hotel Room: $57-$80
Meal &Drink (Budget Restaurant): $8-$12
Street Food: $6-$8

10. Slovakia

Starý hrad, Nezbudská Lúčka, Slovakia
Starý hrad, Nezbudská Lúčka, Slovakia

Slovakia is that country which has the most castles per capita in Europe. Here visiting castles is very much affordable than other European countries.

You will be delighted to know that Slovakia’s national parks are free. Furthermore, the EU (up to 26 years old) can ride the country’s all trains for free. The probable costs that you have to bear are noted below:

Bed (Dorm Room): $8-$17
A Hotel Room: $28-$70
Meal &Drink (Budget Restaurant): $12-$17
Street Food: $6-$10

Here these top 10 picks are given above for you so that you can choose the best place to visit at the cheapest rates. Hoping this will help you to have a good journey in the Least Expensive European Countries!

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