Money can be one of the most crucial factor, when you are planning to travel somewhere abroad or in your country. I am sure, that you were in a situation, in which you cannot afford to stay in a four stars hotel or travel on the first class. Most of the people when they want to travel, but do not want to spend lot of money, try to save on flights or accomodation.
But do not worry, it is not a problem! There are many low-cost destinations around a world. Here are some tips for you! 😉
Prague, Czech Republic
Prague is charming and lovely and one of the most visited city in Central Europe. Prague is famous for its architecture (in Gothic, Baroque, Renaissance style) and city centre. It is described as a walkable city, because you can reach most of the sites on foot. Must see attractions in the capital are: Charles Bridge, Prague Castle, Gothic, Baroque, Renaissance, The Old Town Square and the Astronomical Clock, The National Gallery, the Jewish Quarter, Lennon Wall, Wenceslas Square, The National Theatre, The Clementinum and the National Library etc..
Where to stay?
Even if three days are not enough to see all of the fantastic sites in Rome, but it is really worth to visit it for a weekend. This colorful and exciting city always shows you something different, something suprising. Rome attracts almost 20 million visitors per year, and it is not accidental. Thanks to its enchanting and acient museums, temples, villas, monuments, parks and basilicas, you will fell in love at first sight with this city!
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Travel to Portugal’s capital city for few days, and explore its treasures. Lisbon is a perfect choice, if you want to make a city break or just want to lay in the sun. Discover the narrow streets, drink a coffee in a local café hause or visit historic museums and monuments.
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Barcelona! Vibrant, exciting, historical, cosmopolitan, world-class, enchanting … not all these words can describe how beautiful is this city. Barcelona mixes perfectly the medieval and the modern architecture. Cultural programmes (like museums, exhibitions, open-air sculptures, concerts, plays), the gastronomy, conference centres, green spaces and the seaside prove the city’s multifaceted character. You should not miss the most famous attractions: the La Sagrada Familia church, Picasso Museum, Park Guell by Gaudi, Barrio Gotico, Modernist buildings etc..
Choose from one of these affordable hotels!
This Croatian city attracts lots of visitors year by year with its charm. Taste the excellent local cuisine, visit the historical monuments and buildings and enjoy the great weather by the Dalmatian coast. The old city is full of bars, restaurants, shops, I am sure you will find the perfect one for you! 🙂
Also have a look at some low-cost hotels: