4 low-priced places for your next vacation

Written by Leonescu Claudia

Summer’s over but that’s really not a good reason to postpone your future holiday plans. Looking for a stunning destination, but don’t want to spend a fortune? We’re well aware of how expensive trips could get and that’s why we picked out some European destinations you could consider for an enchanting experience.

1. Krakow, Poland

It is a southern Poland city near the border of the Czech Republic, renowned for its well-preserved medieval heart. It is a captivating destination known as “the jewel in the crown” where you and your beloved ones can enjoy a Mines and Ojcow National Park as well as the horrors of Auschwitz. If you don’t go overboard with restaurants great time. You can enjoy Polish food and local beer at amazingly jaw-dropping prices and you’d be surprised if you can actually manage their three course meals.

2. Budapest, Hungary

Maybe it’s not as cheap as Krakow, but it still made the top plus the city is breathtaking, The capital of Hungary has many things to offer: frequently described as “Little Paris of Middle Europe”, it is branched by the Danube into two sides (the Buda and the Pest) so you can conveniently say you’re in two places at the same time. Budapest has great things to offer: amazing churches and synagogues, palaces and other historic buildings as well as museums and galleries. The nightlife isn’t so bad either, if you visit it in specific seasons you might just be amazed of the festivals they host.

3. Bruges, Belgium

We know what you may think when hearing Belgium, besides chocolate and culture, the whole countryshouts expensive, but this city has affordable prices. A fairy-tale place with dreamy canals and stunning well-preserved architecture which can seem a little bourgeois, but the prices are as low as they can be. Besides, all of the important sight-seeing points such as Basilica of the Holy Blood, Choco-Story Museum and as well tour boats or horse drawn carts are all under 10 euros. If you’re planning to go any time between November and January, you should not miss the annual Snow and Ice sculpture festival.

4. Vilnius, Lithuania

Never thought of Lithuania as a holiday destination? Think twice. Its baroque architecture and the 13th-century Old Town will leave you spine-tingling. Because of its multicultural population, you will surely meet wonderful and hospitable people. You can take a bike ride through the city limits and Green Lakes area so you could easily breathe in the surroundings and if you’re not a big fan of this, you can always go by bus or trolleys. The food is amazing and you can get it for under 5 euros and since the “rich” tourists haven’t exploited it just yet, you can easily enjoy the cheap hotel prices.

You can easily discover your definition for relaxation and fun with these bargain-priced trips. Book aflight and spend a fantastic vacation without digging a hole through your budget, you might even get a pretty great last-minute deal.

About the author

Leonescu Claudia

Initially when I turned to writing it was a decision made on some pretty shallow grounds, first off it was Carrie Bradshaw building a fire under my writing juices. Spicing that up with some reading, somewhere in my 2nd year of collage I was already fascinated. Margaret Laurence once said ”When I say work I only mean writing. Everything else is just odd jobs.” and I find that painfully true.
If it's something you're drawn to, you reach for it in any of its forms, either it's in a newspaper, on a blog, maybe a book or a novel or you just go full-freelancing, you reach for it:)

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