The 10 Least Expensive Countries In The World To Go On Vacation

From Hungary to Honduras: discover 10 very cheap places where you can leave this summer with a budget of 25 € per day. Are you looking for a cheap holiday destination? It’s this way !

Do you want to go on holiday at the best value? There are many countries where it is possible to live like a king with 25 or 30 € per day … Discover the cheapest holiday destinations on the planet.

From hot torrents of Salsa in South America to the drunken evenings of the Balkans, whether you are looking for a holiday in the sun or want a little more exoticism than holidays in Palavas-les-Flots (a very respectable alternative to Residing), take a look at these destinations for a cheap trip.

There are many things to consider in your travel budget: flights and accommodation of course, but also all the expenses you will have to face once you arrive at your destination. For this reason, go to a cheap destination. Once you are there, you can enjoy yourself without ruining yourself.

1. Hungary

Located on the Danube River, Budapest – the historical Hungarian capital – is one of the most beautiful European capitals. Although the cost of living has increased in recent years, Budapest is served by many low-cost airlines , allowing you to keep budget to make you happy once arrived at destination. Treat yourself to delicious cakes, taste the local waters and take time to relax in the many spas of the city. During your stay in Hungary, stop at Gerbeaud’s for delicious pastries, Or visit a traditional kávéház (café) and taste kürtőskalács (a traditional Hungarian pastry in the shape of a chimney). Budapest is a relatively cheap city. It is possible to eat for 3 € the meal, to find train tickets from 1.50 € and beds in hostel dormitory for ten euros. If you want to go green, go to Lake Balaton. Located in Transdanubia in the west of the country, it is the largest lake in Central Europe. In summer it is a popular destination for families who want to escape the heat of the city, as this lake is located just one and a half hours from Budapest by train and is also a holiday destination Dear. The two main resorts are Siófok and Balatonfüred.

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• Price of a pint of beer: 1.15 € • Price of a meal in a cheap meal: 4.82 € • Taxi fare: 1.45 € + 0.90 € / km • Price of a double room (3 * hotel): 36 € / night • Cost of living: 45% cheaper than in France

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2. Bulgaria

In Bulgaria, seaside resorts along the Black Sea have suffered a tourist boom in recent years as Bulgaria is a cheap country, far less than traditional summer destinations such as southern Spain. If you prefer the atmosphere of the big cities to the beaches, go to Sofia , the capital of the country. A budget of 25 € per day per person is enough to discover the local culinary specialties, taste the “robust” local drinks, sleep in a comfortable bed and make new friends. Located 20 minutes by metro from the airport (30 to 40 minutes by bus), the old center of Sofia will allow you to satisfy your thirst for culture, The second oldest city in Europe is filled with museums and galleries such as the Museum of Socialist Art and the National Museum of Literature. Enjoy the summer sun and visit the beach “Lulin Beach”. The resort has three outdoor pools, a sandy beach, a football pitch and even a “canteen” where you can buy pizza.

Although Sofia is becoming an increasingly tourist destination, there are still many places outside the city “forgotten” tourists. The more you go east, the lower the cost of living. Want to go by the sea in the sun without lightening your portfolio beyond measure? Although the port of Burgas can not be described as “pretty”, the neighboring town of Nessebar – located just over an hour south of Varna – is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This is the perfect place to go to start your cheap trip to the shores of the Black Sea. Although most of the ancient city of Nessebar has collapsed in the Black Sea, the city is full of cobblestone streets where you can stroll and look for old churches to admire.

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• Price of a pint of beer: 0,98 € • Price of a meal in a cheap restaurant: 5,11 € • Price of a taxi ride: 0,41 € + 0,40 € / km • Price of a double room (3 * hotel): 34 € / night • Cost of living: 52% cheaper than in France

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More: 8 great places to visit in the Balkans


3. Greece

Due to the economic situation of the country, the cost of living in Greece has declined in recent years . While vacationing in Santorini or Mykonos is relatively expensive, there are many quieter and lesser-known islands such as Paros or Skiathos where you can sunbathe in the sun and drink Mythos glacés (a brand of Greek beer) for 2- 3 euros per pint, ideal for a cheap stay.

If you like to party by the pools and enjoy the cheap shots, then go to Ios, an island famous for its rave parties very popular with young backpackers. You do not have time to jump from islands to islands? Just a day trip to Hydra. Situated in the middle of the Sardonian Gulf, an hour and a half from Athens catamaran, this island is home to some of the best restaurants in the Aegean Souvlaki (kebabs). The Pirofani restaurant serves this delicious meal for 20 years as well as many other dishes that will satisfy the most gourmets of you. There is not enough meat to satisfy your instinct as a caveman? Sail towards Kefalonia (an island you may recognize if you have seen the movie Captain Corelli ) to eat a piece of traditional tart filled with oozing meat and sauce coated in a phyllo paste. Numerous ferries run between the different islands. If you are departing from Athens, you only have to go to the port of Piraeus to consult the schedules and prices of the sea links. High-speed ferries provide access to the majority of the Aegean islands in four or five hours, compared with 6 to 8 hours in a “traditional” ferry, this will be perfect for reaching your cheap holiday destination.

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• Price of a pint of beer: 3 € • Price of a meal in a cheap restaurant: 10 € • Price of a taxi ride: 3 € + 0,77 € / km • Price of a double room (3 * hotel): 65 € / night • Cost of living: 28% cheaper than in France

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In Asia

4. Cambodia

Cambodia is one of the cheapest countries, certainly one of the cheapest in the world: you can find a bed in a dormitory for less than 3 € and eat a meal on the street for one or two euros. If travelers were reluctant to visit the country one or two decades ago, Cambodia is now one of the most fashionable countries in Southeast Asia. Cambodia is highly appreciated by backpackers and tourists looking for luxury and five star luxury hotels relatively cheap.

Take two or three days to visit the temples of Angkor, preferably at dawn to admire the sun rise behind Angkor Wat, a spectacle soothing and spectacular at the same time. The entrance fee to visit this UNESCO World Heritage site costs 20 dollars (17.5 €) a day, 40 dollars (35 €) for three days or 60 dollars (53 €) for one week. We recommend you take a three-day ticket – one day is not enough to admire all the temples and seven days may be a bit long, especially towards the end. This will surely be the most important expense of your cheap stay in Cambodia.

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• Price of a pint of beer: 0,7 € • Price of a meal in a cheap restaurant: 2,17 € • Price of a taxi ride: 0,87 € + 0,65 € / km • Price of a double room (3 * hotel): 21 € / night • Cost of living: 37% cheaper than in France

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Read more: Top 7 things to do in Phnom Penh, Cambodia

Temples of Angkor, Cambodia

5. Vietnam

Although Vietnam has gained popularity in recent years, this magnificent cheap country is still preserved from the throes of mass tourism. 20-25 € per day is enough to afford a bed in a guest house, eat local food, pay transport and a few drinks – a pint of Bia Hoi, Vietnam’s most popular beer, costs 10 000 dongs, or about 40 euro cents! Hanoi, the former headquarters of French Indochina and later the administrative center of communist North Vietnam, became the official capital of Vietnam in 1976 when the country was reunited. The city still retains a French atmosphere: You can find pastries that produce croissants as delicious as those found in France and find a few meters away a pho seller , the Vietnamese national dish (noodle soup of rice, herbs and beef) . Old Hanoi – built around Hoan Kiem Lake – is the best place to go to admire the postcolonial charm of the city. It is also one of the few oases in this chaotic city where the locals go every morning at sunrise to practice tai chi. An unmissable place on your cheap trip to Vietnam. Old Hanoi – built around Hoan Kiem Lake – is the best place to go to admire the postcolonial charm of the city. It is also one of the few oases in this chaotic city where the locals go every morning at sunrise to practice tai chi. An unmissable place on your cheap trip to Vietnam. Old Hanoi – built around Hoan Kiem Lake – is the best place to go to admire the postcolonial charm of the city. It is also one of the few oases in this chaotic city where the locals go every morning at sunrise to practice tai chi. An unmissable place on your cheap trip to Vietnam.

To admire the Vietnamese rural life, go to Dalat, a climatic station located on the high plateaux built by the French at the beginning of the 20th century to escape the high heat of the plains. Although the city is invaded by tourists (it is the main starting point for motorcycle tours organized by Easy Rider ), but the fields of flowers, tofu factories, cashew nut plantations are worth a visit. Once you have finished your tour, continue your journey south towards Ho Chi Minh City, the economic capital and the largest city in the country (13 million inhabitants).

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• Price of a pint of beer: € 0.53 • Price of a meal in a cheap restaurant: € 1.56 • Price of a taxi ride: € 0.47 + € 0.47 / km • Price of a double room (3 * hotel): 17 € / night • Cost of living: 48% cheaper than in France

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Ha Long Bay, Vietnam

6. India

Shopping in luxury stores in Mumbai or staying in an international hotel in Delhi will cost you as much as if you were in Dubai, but outside these enclaves, the cost of living is extremely low in India. Even if you only travel first class on trains (“The Rajdhani” or “The Shatabdi Express” are the most comfortable: they are air-conditioned and meals are included in the ticket price) and you take The taxi will turn around, the money will leave very slowly, India is therefore a suitable place for a cheap stay. A budget of 1500 rupees (20 euros) per day is enough to live like a maharadja. India is the seventh largest country in the world. Unless you plan to stay 6 months in India,

If you are looking for a change of scenery, head to Jaipur, the capital of Rajasthan (a state in the west of the country). Nicknamed the “pink city”, you can visit the magnificent Hawa Mahal (palace of the winds). If you need some relaxation, head to Kerala, a state located in southern India with many white sandy beaches. Finally, do not miss Taj Mahal. Located in Agra, in northern India, this palace was built by a Mughal Emperor as a gift to one of his wives of whom he was madly in love. Attention: do not come on Friday, it is the closing day of the Taj Mahal. In Delhi you will find many stalls selling delicious street food in the narrow lanes or boulevards around Connaught Square in the city center. Choose the place where you will eat with care. If the vendor’s stall is clean and filled with customers, it’s a good sign: when there is flow, the food is usually fresh. But if you have a fragile stomach, do not forget to take a box of Immodium with you.

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• Price of a pint of beer: 1,02 € • Price of a meal in a cheap restaurant: 1,96 € • Price of a taxi ride: 0,52 € + 0,20 € / km • Price of a double room (3 * hotel): 22 € / night • Cost of living: 68% cheaper than in France

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Further information: New Delhi: 10 things to see and do

Temple in India

7. Sri Lanka

As the tourist brochure says, “Sri Lanka is home to many sandy beaches, mountains wrapped in clouds, waterfalls, tea plantations and palm trees that seem to float in the breeze. in Paradise “. In Sri Lanka, you can taste delicious fish curry, jungle trekking or relaxing in hotels on the beach for a morsel of bread – in this country, 30-35 € per day is enough to live Like a king, here is still a beautiful holiday destination cheap. Although modern tourism began to develop on this idyllic island since the 1960s, Sri Lanka has remained somewhat isolated from the great tourist trails of Southeast Asia, which means that it is still Possible to spend holidays not expensive … But luxury! Stay at Cinnamon Lodge , a 5-star hotel located in Habarana, the epicenter of the cultural triangle of Anuradhapura, Polonnaruwa and Kandy, three UNESCO World Heritage Sites. From your suite you will have a breathtaking view of tropical Habarana Lake, you can swim in a beautiful pool, have access to a private Jacuzzi and you can also call a butler to have a champagne flute for you. Only 70 euros per night. If you can get away from your luxurious air-conditioned room, you can explore temples, monasteries and stupas dotted throughout the Sri Lankan countryside, Which will allow you to learn more about Buddhist culture – 70% of Sri Lankans are Buddhists. If you are visiting only two temples, be sure to visit the Sri Maha Bodhiya temple in Anuradhapura and Sri Dhalada Maligawa (temple of the tooth) in Kandy, which is undoubtedly one of the most sacred places in the island. For your information, the entry price of the tourist sites is generally higher for foreign tourists than for the locals, although some tuk-tuk drivers may offer you to “sneak” for free!

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• Price of a pint of beer: 1.15 € • Price of a meal in a cheap restaurant: 1.49 € • Price of a taxi ride: 0.30 € + 0.27 € / km • Price of a double room (3 * hotel): 38 € / night • Cost of living: 55% cheaper than in France

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Sri Lanka

In Latin America

8. Bolivia

Known as “Tibet of the Americas”, Bolivia is a relatively difficult country to access: it is one of the only two countries in South America that does not have access to the sea Other country being Paraguay). In La Paz, the administrative capital of Bolivia, a walk along Calle Jaén will transport you to the era of Spanish colonization. It is home to some of the best-preserved colonial buildings in the city, with whitewashed facades and small mesh balconies. You will also find a large number of museums, including the old house of Pedro Domingo Murillo, leader of the Revolution of La Paz in 1809. The entrance ticket costs only 30 euro cents! You can also visit the Costumbrista Museum, Which houses a ceramic depicting the hanging of the revolutionary Murillo. If that was not enough (there are not only museums in life!), Food and drinks are extremely cheap in Bolivia. With a euro, you can buy a bottle of Paceña – a local beer – or a bowl of chairo (potato soup)! When we told you that Bolivia was a cheap country!

Bring many warm clothes not to catch cold. Although the Bolivian climate is mostly hot and humid, the climate of the Altiplano and La Paz is very cool due to the altitude of the city. Located at 3600 meters above sea level, La Paz is the highest capital of the world, and temperatures can quickly become negative as soon as the sun sets. Once your visit is over, go to Oruro. Located in the heart of the Altiplano and three hours by bus from La Paz, Oruro is well known for its Carnival. Classified as Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO, this Carnival is organized every year in February or March in honor of the Virgin of Candelaria.

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• Price of a pint of beer: € 0.58 • Price of a meal in a cheap restaurant: € 2.51 • Price of a taxi ride: € 1 + € 1.17 / km • Price of ‘Double room (3 * hotel): 50 € / night • Cost of living: 50% cheaper than in France

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Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia

9. Honduras

If you dream of Central America, you can go to Belize, Costa Rica or even Guatemala. But if you want to make a cheap trip, nothing like Honduras . Although the country is relatively untouched, you can discover white sandy beaches lined with palm trees that have nothing to envy those of the Maldives, Red Sea diving spots, as well as many cheap restaurants Allowing you to spend fabulous holidays for less than 25 € per day. For a fraction of the price of a trip to the Caribbean you can enjoy many pristine beaches along the northern coast of Honduras. When vacation destination cheap rhymes with beautiful landscapes, it would be wrong to deprive yourself.

One of the liveliest cities of this idyllic east coast is Puerto Cortes, a busy port known for its banana trade and endowed with colonial architecture buildings. In Omoa, a small seaside resort that seems straight out of a postcard, you can admire a fortress built by Spanish settlers. If you like post-colonial cities, head to Comayagua. The old historic center of this city is home to picturesque Spanish houses and an ornate cathedral. Located two hours drive northwest of the capital Tegucigalpa, this city was once the political and religious center of the country. Nowadays, this small town is mainly known for its colonial buildings and its charming little squares where you can enjoy delicious coffee. Visit the “La Casa de Sandwich” café. For less than two euros you can buy a traditional Honduran baguette or a steak sandwich and then picnic at the park “Parque Central”. Honduras is the perfect place for a cheap stay and drink some cocktails in the sun!

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• Price of a pint of beer: 0,61 € • Price of a meal in a cheap restaurant: 4,33 € • Price of a taxi ride: 1,73 € + 1,73 € / km • Price of a double room (3 * hotel): 62 € / night • Cost of living: 36% cheaper than in France

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10. Argentina

Other cheap country: Argentina. From the savannas of the central plains of the Pampa region to the steep Andes mountains on the western border with Chile, there is no shortage of things to do and see in Argentina, the eighth largest country in the world. If you prefer the lights of the city, go to Buenos Aires . With a population of more than 12 million, this city is one of the busiest on the planet and is renowned for its vibrant nightlife. Discover the flamboyant and colorful lifestyle of the Argentine capital by staying a bit off the beaten track. This will allow you to discover another facet of Buenos Aires for less than 30-35 € per day.Visit the bold and bold murals that adorn many buildings of Buenos Aires. As the sun goes down, explore the streets of the San Telmo district and enjoy the bohemian atmosphere and the many restaurants and bars of this neighborhood. Spending the evening in San Telmo will prove to be much more fun (and cheaper) than spending the evening in the tourist traps of the Recoleta district.

If you want to get away from the city, there’s nothing like going to Patagonia in the south of the country in the direction of “Tierra del Fuego”. This region is home to some of the most spectacular landscapes on the planet, as well as Ushuaia, the southernmost city in the world from where you can embark on a cruise to Antarctica. To reach Tierra del Fuego you can take the bus – the journey from Buenos Aires lasts 24 to 36 hours – or the plane, which is certainly more expensive, but much faster too. Further north, do not miss to visit the Valdés Peninsula, a UNESCO World Heritage site. In this nature reserve you can admire many (and cute) penguins, dolphins and whales!

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