The 11 Cheapest Destinations In Europe In 2014.

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June 04, 2014

Are you looking for the cheapest destinations in Europe?

Are you a backpacker and traveling on a budget?

You are in the right place. Here are the 11 cheapest cities to travel to in Europe in 2014.

The budget per day includes 1 night in a youth hostel, 2 public transport tickets, 1 attraction per day, 3 inexpensive meals per day, and 3 beers or 3 glasses of wine per day or 3 coffees / desserts for those who do not drink.

1. Bucharest, Romania (Least Expensive City)

Bucharest Romania cheapest city in europe


€ 18.15 per day.

2. Sofia, Bulgaria

Sofia a cheap destination to go to Europe


€ 19.35 per day.

3. Belgrade, Serbia

Belgrade is a really inexpensive destination to stay


€ 20.78 per day.

4. Krakow, Poland

Krakow a cheap city to discover


€ 21.22 per day.

5. Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Sarajevo one of the cheapest cities in europe


€ 21.51 per day.

6. Budapest, Hungary

Budapest is a cheap city


24.35 € per day.

7. Riga, Latvia

Riga is one of the cheapest cities in Europe


24.41 € per day.

8. Istanbul, Turkey

Istanbul is a city for cheap travel


€ 26.38 per day.

9. Warsaw, Poland

Warsaw in Poland is a cheap city for vacation


€ 27.41 per day.

10. Zagreb, Croatia

Zagreb is a city for backpackers on a budget


€ 29.51 per day.

11. Saint Petersburg, Russia

Saint Petersburg a destination for small budgets


€ 30.12 per day.

Bonus For The Brave: Kiev, Ukraine

Kiev, a cheap city in Europe to go this summer


€ 18.83 per day.

These 11 destinations are the cheapest cities in 2014.

If you want to take a vacation in June, July, August or September, now is the time to book!

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