Are you young, broke and thirsty for adventure?… this statement describes well and truly a large part of our generation; right? The Wanderlust concept is quite an irresistible desire to travel and discover the world, and seemingly more and more young people manifest this desire. After all, it’s quite normal for most of us want to have crazy experiences and travel around the world. So far so good, however, there may be a little problem preventing us, in a way or another, to fulfill this whim: even if we are young, full of energy and giving off a burning thirst for adventures… we don’t necessarily have the money to go around the world. At least, that’s what we are most likely to believe.
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The good news is that this is not always true: There is quite a bunch of places in Europe which are stunning, charming and most of all not that expensive. Via this post, we walk you through the most Stunning European Places to Go If You Are Broke!
1- Crete, Greece
Stunning as they are, Mykonos and Santorini are practically the most expensive places on the Greek islands. However, you will find less expensive places to stay elsewhere in the Cyclades or especially the beautiful gem of Crete. On Crete, we highly recommend you to go beyond the big North resorts to spots like Ierapetra, Sitia, and Paleochora.
2 – Turunç, Turkey
The Turkish Riviera is a delight for small budgets. If you are looking for a romantic and intimate place but still want to party, look no further than the small town of Turunç, close to the bustling city of Marmaris.
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3 – Budapest, Hungary
Budapest is an excellent destination for traveling and offers excellent value for money. Its castles, its cathedrals, but also its spas … what more can you ask for?
4 – Madrid, Spain
Madrid comes into the 4th position as for the most stunning European places to go if you are broke! Compared to most of the rest of western Europe, Madrid is quite a bargain, Hotels are pretty affordable and standards are high. Spain is even more affordable when you travel in April, May, September, and October.
5- Lisbon, Portugal
Lisbon is one of the cheapest European cities to travel. The best times to travel are April, May, September, and October.
6 – Varna, Bulgaria
This country of Europe is so underrated that it makes it hyper cheap. If you saw the seaside resort of Varna on the Black Sea coast … WOW!
Last and not least on our list of the most stunning European places to go If you are broke is Krakow in Poland! it’s not for nothing that Krakow is the best city to travel in Europe. The low prices have attracted large numbers of tourists who come mainly for a weekend.