Cheapest Country to Live In Europe. Life is short and no one forces you to spend your days sitting behind a desk facing a computer.Think of sandy beaches & constant sun. Or think about the pleasure and discovery of another culture, other people, on the other side of the world. Tell yourself that you could have all this for less than 460 euros per month!Many people wonder if it is possible to spend a holiday in Europe without breaking the bank.
Best and Cheapest Country to Live In Europe
The continent is full of lavish landscapes and wonderful cities (I mention it in an article on my trip to Europe) but the high cost of living in most countries often curbs the cravings of travel or weekend. This is why I present this ranking of the cheapest cities of beautiful countries in Europe to travel. Every year websites publish rankings of the cheapest cities in Europe for travel based on the “Backpacker Index for 2017” index, which includes the average price of one night in a youth hostel, two trips In public transport, the price of a major attraction of the city, three meals and three drinks. The ranking has many cities in Eastern Europe and I hope it will give you destination ideas for your next trip.So here is my list of the least expensive countries in the Europe that I have been given to visit. You can enjoy your trip to any or all of below mentioned cheapest countries to live in Europe.
Zagreb – Croatia
The Croatian capital brings together everything you need for a successful weekend and you will work out according to the backpacker index for less than €30 / day. If you have more time enjoy in to go for a ride on the Croatian coasts which are just beautiful!
Warsaw – Poland
I hear a lot of good from the Polish capital and I must say that its atmosphere “alternative culture” tempts me a lot. You will probably go there a few days soon, so it falls very well that she is in this ranking for your concern.
Cesky Krumlov – Czech Republic
I visited Cesky Krumlov during my European tour by train and I was seduced by this small town in the east of the Czech Republic. It can be visited in 2-3 days and the prices for lodging / feeding there are more than affordable.
Kiev – Ukraine
Ukraine has been experiencing tensions for some years at its border but the rest of the country is safe as per current information and Kiev its capital, is really worth visiting.
Sarajevo – Bosnia and Herzegovina
Sarajevo is a somewhat forgotten city in Europe, and if you are like me, escaping from places crowded with tourists, you may find your happiness in the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Budapest – Hungary
I visited Budapest and it is a growing city so if you want to enjoy affordable prices go for it’s still the time! And do not forget to visit the thermal springs.
Each of the above places is worth visiting and will definitely grab your interest to visit these again.