This article will bring you to the list of the best cities to spend a week in Europe on a budget. Insider Monkey has recently published an interesting article about it giving you some advice. Whether you have been to Europe or not, I truly recommend the Old Continent for you! You can find everything you just look for: beaches, mountains, culture, architecture with long-standing tradition, delicious cuisines…… really what you want! Furthermore you can find cities that don’t cost too much to visit. You will find that in most cases, the cheapest European cities to live in are also the cheapest European cities to visit, which makes a lot of sense. Some of the best cities in Europe to live in really have a relatively low cost of living. So if you are planning to move later on, it’s the best occasion for you to check the country as well!
Now without a further ado let’s see what Insider Monkey has investigated for us. We have picked three of the best cities to spend a week in Europe on a budget from their list.
The first one is Ljubljana, Slovenia the capital of Slovenia. $617 is the average cost of the vacation in the country for a week, but for the purposes of this article, we will talk about the capitals since we are focusing on cities. Ljubljana, like many Eastern Europeans, has a historic “old town” mixed with the more modern areas of the city. The city is known for its large population of university students, so it’s bound to have nightlife and lots of other things to do. The second city on our list is Prague, Czech Republic. Prague that is one of the most beautiful cities in Eastern Europe, in our opinion. It’s quite a unique city with the medieval old town and iconic Charles Bridge. A visit to the city is not complete without a visit to the Prague Castle and without tasting their delicious “Trdelník” pastry, which is a unique rolled, cinnamon pastry. I have been to Prague several times, so I can really recommend this city to you! Prague is called the Mother of Cities, as it’s like a jewelry. The last city for today is Oslo, Norway. If you live on the East Coast of the United States, there are almost always inexpensive flights flying from New York City to Oslo, and that’s the hard part of getting there. Most people don’t recommend visiting Oslo in the winter because of extra cold weather and short days. However, if you can catch it during the summertime, then you’re in for a treat.