If you want to travel across Europe but your budget is tight, consider skipping Paris and London and focus on these destinations instead. These places offer some very cheap or free activities. Let’s get into them.
In Krakow, Poland, you can get from the airport to the city center for just $2, which is the cheapest ticket in the entire European Union.
If you want to go south, go to Lisbon, Portugal. Not only is it a colorful, vibrant city where you can swim and surf, but a small beer will cost you less than a dollar!
The city of the gods, Athens, is the cheapest capital in Europe. Athens is huge, and anyone can find something to there, often times for free.
In Budapest, Hungary, you can eat gourmet dinner for the same price as a glass of wine in Oslo.
Still, the price for the most affordable travel destination in Europe goes to Vilnius, Lithuania. Not only is it budget-friendly, but if you get the chance to visit it in winter, you will witness a breath-taking winter wonderland scenery like you have never seen before.