On the famous Greek Islands, you can spend the night well and inexpensively and you can also get a variety of delicious food for cheap prices. When it comes to inexpensive vacation destinations, Greece is probably the most underrated country. So for the next vacation, be sure to include Greece on the list: historic sites, deep blue sea, and delicious wine, what more could you ask for?
Buenos Aires, the capital of Argentina, has often been considered one of the most exciting cities in the world for its vibrant nightlife. The metropolis is located in one of the cheapest vacation countries in Latin America. If you avoid the wild evenings, you can experience the colorful and extravagant lifestyle of the Argentine capital for less than 40 € per day. But who wants to be in the city and urban areas when you can experience natural wonders like the Iguazu Falls in Argentina?
8: Sri Lanka
The best sandy beach, cloud-covered mountains, waterfalls, tea plantations and blowing palm trees – Sri Lanka is like paradise!” This is what many travel guides say. But you can also expect hearty fish curry, jungle treks, or beach hotels. And all this for cheap prices: less than 25 € per day is enough in Sri Lanka and you get a real dream destination with lush landscapes and beautiful beaches.
The Black Sea resorts have been increasingly crowded with tourists from all over the world in recent years. Probably because summer and the sun are as beautiful in Bulgaria as in Spain or Italy, only cheaper. If you prefer a city trip rather than a beach holiday, the capital Sofia offers hearty meals, a friendly atmosphere, and plenty of wonderful views, this also applies to the southern towns of Burgas and Varna. Bulgaria offers something for every type of vacation and it is simply beautiful to see.
There are Belize, Costa Rica, and Guatemala. Real bargain hunters come to Honduras, Central America’s cheapest vacation destination. The country is not very popular with tourists because it is not considered to be completely harmless. But if you want to know the current political situation ahead of time and stay away from certain areas, you can go to a cheap Caribbean paradise. The country offers white sand beaches with palm trees, a deep blue sea, and delicious, super cheap food.
Budapest, the historic capital of Hungary on the Danube, should be on the route of every European tour. While it’s not as cheap as it was when the budget airlines weren’t landing there, the prices are definitely affordable. Your best bet is to treat yourself to a delicious piece of cake, sip schnapps like a drink and then sweat a lot in the relaxing thermal baths and all this at a great price: in Budapest, you can certainly win a good deal or two.
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Continue with one of the cheapest vacation countries in South America. In Bolivia, you can take photos as unique as the one pictured above in the Salar de Uyuni, the largest salt flat in the world. But also in the heart of the city of La Paz, you can find very photogenic areas, like the old town Calle Jaén. Here you can admire the best-preserved colonial alley in Bolivia. As if that weren’t enough, South America struggles to find cheaper food prices than Bolivia. For example, a bottle of Paceña beer at a restaurant costs less than two euros, as does a bowl of Chairo (potato soup). Soup and beer – that’s all you need.
In India, you can quickly spend a lot of money if you want to, especially if you are on a shopping trip or want to stay in a luxury international hotel. You can quickly pay as much in Delhi as in Dubai. Far from the touristy and luxury areas, the cost of living is low, even if you like to take a taxi. For around 15-20 euros you can spend the day in India which also makes it one of the cheapest vacation countries.
Despite its growing popularity, Vietnam is still one of the cheapest vacation countries in the world. Many cities and especially rural areas are very beautiful to see: the bustling capital of Hanoi is just as exciting, but perhaps a little less relaxing than the colorful rice fields of the country. With around 15-20 euros * per day you can make ends meet and everything is already included. If you want to treat yourself to a little more luxury, there are no limits.
Cambodia tops my list of the cheapest vacation destinations. A night in a hotel costs only ten euros, a fantastic meal even less. Cambodia is so cheap that you feel guilty for paying so little. In the past, only a few travelers set foot in the country, but now Cambodia is mostly on the backpacker trail and should be on theirs as well. The biggest attraction in the country is Angkor Wat, one of the most famous and fascinating temple complexes in the world. Spiritual, extraordinary, and inexpensive – definitely worth a visit.