10 of the Europe’s Cheapest Holiday Destinations for 2016

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This is the ranking of the cheapest cities for travel in Europe in 2016 by The Telegraph. If you are a student and you have a pocket that little tight, but you love to travel then these places will be perfect for you for your holiday destination in 2016. The list is based on comparisons of lodging in 35 cities of the old continent and the result highlights beautiful capitals as Lisbon and Athens. And for those who seek the exotic, the good news is that most of the selected destinations belong to Eastern Europe.

Let’s take a look which cities are in the list of Europe’s cheapest holiday destinations and gather knowledge about the most attractive places you must visit.

01. Warsaw, Poland

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The capital of Poland has natural and historical attractions that you should not miss. If you are looking to know more about the history of Warsaw then don’t miss to visit Lazienki Park, Royal Castle and the Museum of Science Copernicus.

02. Krakow, Poland

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Another Polish city with historical attractions and wonderful monuments that you can enjoy. The Wawel Castle, the Basilica of Santa Maria, the Polish Aviation Museum, the Cloth Hall building and the Wieliczka Salt Mine will make you amazed.

03. Vilnius, Lithuania

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The capital of Lithuania is famous for its cuisine, squares, and beautiful cathedrals. If you visit this city you should not miss the artistic neighborhood of Uzupis, the Cathedral Square and the Street of Literature.

04. Prague, Czech Republic

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Prague Castle is the main tourist attraction spot, but the capital of Czech Republic is attractive in all points. Its Renaissance, Gothic and baroque buildings give the appearance of being a city that moves forward in time, of course, it is modern, but the beauty of intact talks past.


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