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How Much Money Do I Need To Travel Europe?

For some people, setting a budget is just one more exciting thing to do when planning their European holiday. Mainly because it gives them an opportunity to dream about the castles and banquets they’ll be spending their euros on.

Then there are others who dread the whole ordeal – probably the same people who haven’t visited the dentist in a year.

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How to plan a trip to Europe with a budget

First up, you need to figure out what you need to budget for.

To work out your rough costs, you’ll need to know:

  • Where you’re going – for flight costs.
  • How long you’ll be away – for nightly accommodation costs.
  • How you want to get around – for transport costs.

It also helps to budget with those you’ll be travelling with, so you can work out what costs are solely yours and what you can share. It’s also a good way to set out what type of holiday you want to have. If you’re a budget traveller who wants to hostel-hop your way through Europe, your budget will be very different to the traveller that wants 5-star, all-inclusive, buffet breakfast, city-view, luxury hotels.

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Girl in Mykonos, Greece

How much does a Europe trip cost?

Let’s take a look at a few examples of different kinds of holidays you could have in Europe, and address some of those big-ticket costs that need to be budgeted for.

The lovey-dovey couple

This romantic pair is travelling through London for 2 weeks during its beautiful, warm summer. Between them, they’ll need just under $10,000 AUD for flights, accommodation and daily transport.

FlightsFrom $2,580* per personFlying from Sydney to London, via Singapore (May 2019).
AccommodationFrom AU$4,250^For 14 nights in a mid-range hotel, in a standard twin-share room.
Public TransportAU$240For 2 single tickets per person per day
TotalAU$9,600For both of you cuties

The solo backpacker

This lucky vagabond is travelling Solo (not even Chewbacca is invited). They’re hitting up France, Spain, Italy and Greece for a whole month of adventure. Depending on how frugal they decide to be, they’ll need about $4,000AUD for flights, accommodation and public transport. Don’t forget to budget your meals and adventures though!

FlightsFrom $1,780* per personFlying from Sydney to Paris, with 2 stopovers (May 2019).
AccommodationFrom AU$1,680^ per person7 nights in Paris, 7 nights in Barcelona, 7 nights in Rome and 7 nights in Athens (in budget accommodation)
Public TransportAU$450For a youth, 2nd class ticket that allows travel on 5 days within 1 month, for 5 European countries of more
TotalAU$3,910(Will cost more if your 6-foot 7 hairy beast joins you.)

This wonderful family of 2 adults and 2 kids (under age 11) is going on a cruise to visit Barcelona during the school holidays – lucky kids… The parents will need to save around $13,000AUD worth of pennies to afford the flights, cruise and accommodation for this trip.

FlightsFrom $6,240* for the familyFlying from Sydney to Barcelona, with 1 stopover (May 2019).
CruiseFrom AU$5,561~For a family balcony cabin on a 7 night cruise departing Barcelona
AccommodationFrom AU$980^For 2 standard twin-share rooms in a moderate Barcelona hotel for 7 nights.
TotalAU$12,781That’ll get you all there, and all home in one piece.

Note that these are your core expenses. Other costs from travel insurance, daily expenses like food and drinks, sightseeing, activities and all those shopping trips aren’t taken into account.

The Cost of Traveling Far Eastern Europe

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Last Updated: 02/10/20 | February 10th, 2020

When most people visit Europe they have a tendency to stick to the western and central regions of the continent. England, Spain, France, Germany, and Italy all see their fair share of tourists — and then some!

Travelers with a longer trip in mind will branch out a little more, maybe visiting the Czech Republic, Austria, or the stunning coastline of Croatia for some fun in the sun.

But few tourists head to far Eastern Europe.

I’m talking about Bulgaria, Romania, and Ukraine. While Bulgaria sees a few more tourists because of its proximity to the Balkans and acts as a stop on the overland route from Turkey to Budapest, the farther north I went, the fewer travelers I saw.

In Ukraine, I only encountered US Peace Corp volunteers and a handful of Europeans.

I don’t understand why — these countries are inexpensive and safe, and they lack the overwhelming crowds you find elsewhere in Europe. These countries are half the price of their Western counterparts. In fact, during my 46 days in these three countries, I spent a total of $1,876.50 USD. And that was even taking into account all the sushi I splurged on! That’s a great deal for 46 days in Europe.

While I would normally break down the cost of each country into a single post, I want to put these countries together, so you can see all at once how affordable this area of Europe is.

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The Cost of Bulgaria

A gorgeous view of nature and a beautiful building in Bulgaria

While in Bulgaria, I spent a total of 1,405 BGL in 23 days. That worked out to be roughly $1,000 USD, or $44 USD per day at today’s exchange rate. In the 23 days I was there, I visited all the major sightseeing destinations, including the expensive and way overrated Sunny Beach.

How I Spent My Money:

  • Food: 475.90 BGL (cheap local meals, a few restaurants, and a lot of sushi)
  • Accommodation: 445.70 BGL (I stayed in dorm rooms and Couchsurfed for five nights)
  • Alcohol: 259.40 BGL (I partied pretty heavily, especially along the Black Sea)
  • Buses: 100 BGL
  • Taxis: 19 BGL (a few intra-city and airport taxis.)
  • Tours/Sightseeing: 53 BGL
  • Movies: 42.05 BGL
  • Water: 8.90 BGL
  • Chess in the park: 1 BGL

How Much Can You REALLY Do It For?
About the same. Excluding my sushi splurge, my daily average would have been around $38.29 USD. I didn’t spend lavishly in Bulgaria or really do anything beyond what the normal budget traveler would do. I used local transport, ate local meals, stayed in cheap hostels. If you aren’t a sushi fan, budgeting $35–40 USD per day in Bulgaria should be adequate.

If you’re looking for nicer accommodations and more restaurant meals, you should consider budgeting $50–55 USD per day. And while these are not the rock-bottom prices you can find in other parts of the world, when comparing them to prices in Western Europe or Scandinavia, things are considerably cheaper.

How to Save Money in Bulgaria
If you want to save even more money in Bulgaria, here are a few ways to cut your expenses:

1. Couchsurf – Hostels are cheap, but if you want to save even more money on accommodation, you can Couchsurf and stay with locals for free. There are a lot of available hosts in this country. Use the app to meet-up with locals as well, as it’s a great way to get insider tips even if you don’t want to stay with someone.

2. Cook – There’s a lot of cheap Bulgarian food, especially the pizza, hot dogs, and sandwiches on the street. Cooking your own food will obviously make things cheaper too, especially since the markets have a wide variety of inexpensive fruits and vegetables. If you plan on cooking your own food, groceries will cost around 70 BGN per week for basic necessities like pasta, vegetables, chicken, and other basic foodstuffs.

3. Stay at Hostel Mostel – Staying at Hostel Mostel can lower your costs because not only do they offer free breakfast but they also offer free dinner (which also comes with a free beer). Staying here gets you two meals a day. They have locations in Sofia, Plovdiv, and Velinko Tarnovo.

4. Take buses – The trains in Bulgaria are more expensive than buses. Use Sofia as your main hub for traveling via bus and you will have a lot of great options, with buses leaving hourly for the major cities in Bulgaria. A bus ride from Sofia to Varna is 32 BGN, to Plovdiv is 14 BGN, and Veliko Tarnovo is 22 BGN. Stick to buses if you’re on a budget!

5. Avoid Sunny Beach – I’ll be honest: I don’t understand the appeal of a beach that’s both expensive and crowded with tourists. There are more beach chairs here than sand and it is way overpriced. Unless you’re looking to binge drink and party, skip Sunny Beach.

6. Travel in the off season – June-September is the peak summer season in Bulgaria so you’ll see a larger influx of tourists then and prices will be higher. Winters are an ideal time for Bulgarian budget travel when you can enjoy less-crowded destinations, plenty of scenic beauty, and good opportunities for skiing in the snow (just avoid Christmas as prices will jump up).

7. Eat at the bakeries – Bakeries in Bulgaria have a delicious and affordable range of pastries and foods which will fill you up in the morning. Two of my favorite snacks were banica and krenvirshka.

The Cost of Romania

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Romania has been growing in popularity over the years, but is still relatively untouched. While here, I spent 1878.30 RON over 16 days. That works out to be 117.38 RON ($36 USD) per day. This covered the cost of travel from Bucharest through Brasov and Transylvania to Cluj-Napoca.

How I Spent My Money

  • Food: 724.4 RON (sushi meals, a few nice restaurants, as well as cooking for three days)
  • Accommodation: 881 RON (dorm rooms and two nights in a private room)
  • Alcohol: 9 RON
  • Transportation: 113.9 RON (buses and airport taxis)
  • Tours/Sightseeing: 80 RON (Bran Castle, a bunch of museums, and walking tours)
  • Cold Medicine: 57 RON
  • Water: 13 RON

How Much can You REALLY Do It For?
You can do Romania cheaper than I did. I spent quite a bit on sushi and had a few nights in a private room. Moreover, I got a cold and had to spend some money on medicine, which upped my budget too. $30 USD a day is a reasonable backpacker budget for Romania, though you’ll probably spend more if you drink. You can likely do it for even cheaper if you use some of my tips below and really travel on a shoestring.

If you want a few nights in a private room, nice meals, and more sites, your budget will probably come close to $45-50 USD per day. If you only stay in private rooms, then simply triple the amount of money I spent on accommodation and that’s how much you’ll need to budget for a place to stay.

How to Save Money in Romania
I didn’t find that Romania offered amazing ways to save. There wasn’t really any single thing that I found and was like, “Wow! This is going to be great! My budget is saved!” Outside the normal Couchsurf/cook/eat local tips that I mention above. However, there are a few things you can do to save a couple of bucks:

1. Use rideshares – One helpful app you’ll want to check out is BlaBlaCar. It’s a ride-sharing app that is quite popular in Romania and a great way to get around the country. It’s not necessarily cheaper than buses or trains but it is usually faster. Plus, it’s a much more unique experience so I’d recommend trying it if you’re traveling around the country. You can also use it to visit neighboring countries as well.

2. Hitchhike – Hitchhiking is quite common (and relatively safe) in Romania. If you’re an intrepid backpacker and don’t mind thumbing it, definitely give it a try! (Just be sure to use common sense, take precautions, and trust your gut!)

3. Shop at discount grocery stores – If you’re going to cook (or are just grabbing a snack), you can save money by shopping at discount supermarkets. These include Profi, Lidl, and Penny Market.

4. Stay at Balkan Backpacker Hostels – Balkan Backpackers have hostels all around Romania and the Balkans that are a part of the same hostel network. If you book directly with these and tell them you’re aware of the network you’ll get 10% off your stay.

The Cost of Ukraine

gorgeous statue in Ukraine

My last stop in the region was Ukraine. While I was in Ukraine, I spent a total of 2377.95 UAH ($297 USD) in the seven days I visited the country. That works out to be a 339.70 UAH per day ($43 USD). I was in Kyiv and Lviv while I was there.

How I Spent My Money

  • Accommodation: 740 UAH (I stayed in dorm rooms for about 100–110 UAH per night)
  • Food: 1122.50 UAH (mostly local Ukrainian restaurants and two fancy sushi dinners)
  • Alcohol: 261 UAH (two nights out in Kyiv)
  • Transportation: 219.20 UAH
  • Tours/Sightseeing: 10 UAH
  • Water: 15.25 UAH
  • Chess: 10 UAH (I paid to lose at chess in the park. It was fun.)

How Much Can You REALLY Do It For?
One of the reasons my budget for Ukraine was so high was because I went out for sushi twice. When you exclude those meals from my budget, my daily average drops to 251 UAH or $31 USD. I don’t think you can visit Ukraine for much cheaper than that. I was the ultimate backpacker here and stuck to everything cheap.

However, I suggest you spend more and not be so frugal. Splurge on sushi or drinks or a nice room every so often. This country is cheap (the cheapest I’ve been to in Europe, in fact). Live it up. Enjoy it, because after more tourists start to visit here (especially after HBO’s hit show Chernobyl inspires more tourism) prices will start to creep up. The Ukraine is currently one of the best value countries in Europe. Make the most of it while you can.

How to Save Money in Ukraine
If you really feel the need to spend even less money in Ukraine, you can do three things:

1. Couchsurf – If 140-280 UAH per night is too much for you, then Couchsurf and save yourself money.

2. Head out of Kyiv – The country is substantially cheaper outside of Kyiv, as well as the closer you get to Russia. (Note: As of now, avoid eastern Ukraine and Crimea.)

3. Eat local – By only eating at local restaurants like Puzata Khata, you’ll keep your food prices down as low as you can. A typical meal here cost me about 30 UAH ($4 USD).

A Final Note

Alcohol. It’s big in Eastern Europe — and it’s cheap. In all these countries, you can buy 2.5-liter bottles of beer in supermarkets and corner shops for $1–2 USD. It’s incredibly good value and is the way to party on the cheap. Stick to buying your own alcohol instead of drinking at restaurants and bars. While the difference might not seem big, over the course of a few weeks that money will add up. If you’re on a budget, stick to buying your alcohol in stores instead of restaurants and bars.

Eastern Europe is the best bargain you’ll find on the continent. These three countries were much more affordable than I’d previously thought, and traveling here definitely helped me correct some of the overspending and higher costs of Western Europe.

But, beyond just the monetary savings, these countries are rich in history and delicious food, and they offer a challenge for travelers that you don’t find on the well-worn trail in other parts of Europe. I’m so happy to have finally made it out here.

Note: Poland, the Balkans, and the Baltic states also all offer amazing value as well. Don’t miss them if you’re exploring Eastern Europe! I didn’t visit Moldova because of time constraints, but I’ve heard its prices are on par with the rest of the area. I didn’t go to Belarus either because it costs a few hundred dollars for a visa and I didn’t feel I would spend enough time there to justify the cost. I’ll save those countries for another trip!

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Book Your Trip to Europe: Logistical Tips and Tricks

Book Your Flight
Use Skyscanner or Momondo to find a cheap flight. They are my two favorite search engines because they search websites and airlines around the globe so you always know no stone is left unturned. Start with Skyscanner first though because they have the biggest reach!

Book Your Accommodation
You can book your hostel with Hostelworld as they have the biggest inventory and best deals. If you want to stay somewhere other than a hostel, use Booking.com as they consistently return the cheapest rates for guesthouses and cheap hotels. Here are my favorite hostels in Europe.

Don’t Forget Travel Insurance
Travel insurance will protect you against illness, injury, theft, and cancellations. It’s comprehensive protection in case anything goes wrong. I never go on a trip without it as I’ve had to use it many times in the past. My favorite companies that offer the best service and value are:

    (for everyone below 70) (for those over 70) (for additional repatriation coverage)

Looking for the Best Companies to Save Money With?
Check out my resource page for the best companies to use when you travel. I list all the ones I use to save money when I’m on the road. They will save you money when you travel too.

Looking for more information on visiting Europe?
Be sure to visit our eobust destination guide to Europe for even more planning tips!

Eastern Europe countries 2022: Price and how much does it cost to visit?

Want to travel to Eastern Europe, but have no idea if the trips fit into your budget? We know that travelling to a new place, where the currency is different than the one we use in our country and where prices are totally more expensive or even much cheaper, can become a confusing and indecisive task. Given this, in this article you will find a list of the prices and how much the daily rate costs in the country you are visiting on your trip. Thus, you can check which prices fit in your pocket and if they will not affect your financial life.

Eastern Europe, also known as Eastern Europe, has around 25 countries that you may want to visit, so we quote some of them and the expenses for food, accommodation and local transport; which will help you choose not only the ideal place, but the trip that will not hurt your savings. So check out the list of Eastern Europ Countries: prices and how many to visit?

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EASTERN EUROPE COUNTRIES: PRICE AND HOW MUCH DOES THE VISIT COST?

There are 25 countries in Europe for you to venture out to, whether it’s the local cuisine, the sights or history, the architecture and the incredibly wonderful landscapes that are breathtaking. If you have any doubts on how much money it takes to stay in the country on a trip, check out this list of Eastern European countries that will not only tell you the expenses, but also help you choose the ideal place for you!

Czech Republic

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Ever wondered how much money you need for your trip to the Czech Republic? Know that the daily spend can be around Kč 2,050 (US $93), based on other travellers’ expenses, with Kč178 ($8.05) being on local transport and Kč 490 ($22) on meals for a day. If you intend to look for a hotel to stay in with a double bed, keep in mind that the price can be from Kč 2,227 (US $101) per night.

In addition, the ideal way to get to know the cities with tranquillity is to stay 4 days in Prague and 3 days in Karlovy Vary. This way, a couple will spend around US $265.14 on accommodation.

  • Average price spent on accommodation: US $101 per night.
  • Daily transport costs: around $8.05.
  • Expected price to be spent on meals: $22 for a whole day.

Hungary

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How much does it cost to travel to Hungary? Know that you must set aside around Ft24,259 ($74) per day on your trip to get by, with 6,425 Ft ($20) in meals for a day and 3,450 Ft ($11) in local transport. If we’re counting, a trip to Hungary for two people for a week costs an average of 339,620 Ft ($1,041). Remembering that: the price may vary, because it depends a lot on the places you stay, the food you buy and among other factors. Keep in mind that a trip to Hungary for two people for a week costs an average of 339,620 Ft ($1,041).

You can stay three days in Budapest, thus having the opportunity to enjoy the local scenery and save a lot, as you will spend around €162 ($183.78) on accommodation, sightseeing, food and other things per day.

  • Average price spent on accommodation: around US $101 per night.
  • Daily transport costs: around $11.
  • Expected price to be spent on meals: $20 for a whole day.

Romania

Did you know that you spend an average of 306 lei ($70) per day in Romania? The price is based on the expenses of former travellers, being lei 104 ($24) on day meals and lei 79 ($18) on local transport. If you are looking for hotel prices, compare the websites you find, as a double bed accommodation is around lei 227 (US $52). So plan your travel budget and set aside the necessary money!

If you wish to visit the place, a great destination for you is the city Bucharest, where you can visit the Parliament Palace and even the Romanian Athenaeum.

  • Average price spent on accommodation: US $52 per night with double bed.
  • Daily transport costs: around $18.
  • Expected price to be spent on meals: $24 for a whole day.

Slovakia

The daily rate to be spent is about €101 ($114) for your stay in Slovakia, so the average price.

€30 ($34) will be spent on meals for one day €19 ($22) on transport around the place. Now, if you wish to travel as a couple, know that the daily rate for a hotel with a double bed is €93 (US$106); taking advantage of this, check out Couple holiday: what to do in Europe in the new year. So a trip to Slovakia for two people for a week costs an average of €1,408 ($1,596).

  • Average price spent on accommodation: US $106 per night.
  • Daily transport costs: around $22.
  • Expected price to be spent on meals: $36 for one day in all.

Bulgaria

Want to travel to Bulgaria, but don’t know how much you’ll spend on the daily rate on the go? You should plan to spend around ư100 ($ 58) per day. To inform you better, previous travellers have spent, around, ư24 ($ 14) on meals and ư20 ($ 12) on local transport. Also, know that the average price of a hotel in Bulgaria for a couple is 108 pounds ($62); given this, a trip to Bulgaria for two people for a week can marry up to an average of ư1,397 ($808).

  • Average price spent on accommodation: US $62 per night.
  • Daily transport costs: around $12.
  • Expected price to be spent on meals: $14 for a whole day.

Slovenia

Be aware that you will spend about €75 ($85) per day on your experiences in Slovenia, including

€19 ($21) on meals for the day and €14 ($15) on local transport. A hotel in the country for a couple is €84 ($95). So, a trip to Slovenia for two people for a week could cost around €1,045 ($1,185).

  • Average price spent on accommodation: US $95 per night.
  • Daily transport costs: around $15.
  • Expected price to be spent on meals: $19 for a whole day.

Croatia

How much does it cost to stay on the go in Croatia? You should set yourself apart to spend around kn575 ($87) per day on your holiday,based on the average daily price based on other visitors’ expenses. That being kn174 ($26) on day meals and kn73 ($11) on local transport. Also know that the average price of a good hotel for a couple is kn589 ($89) and a trip to the mentioned country for two people for a week costs on average kn8,045 ($1,212).

  • Average price spent on accommodation: US $89 per night.
  • Daily transport costs: around $11.
  • Expected price to be spent on meals: $26 for a whole day.

Montenegro

The daily cost to stay in Montenegro on the go is around €80 ($91), of which €29 ($33) is meals for the day and €13 ($14) is local transport. However, the price varies and depends a lot on which hotels you are staying in, whether cheap or expensive, how many meals you buy or consume per day and more.

A holiday in the aforementioned country costs around € 563 for one person for one week. A trip to Montenegro for two people therefore costs around €1,126 for one week. A two-week trip for two people costs €2,252 in Montenegro.

  • Average price spent on accommodation: US $120 per night.
  • Daily transport costs: around $14.
  • Expected price to be spent on meals: $33 for a whole day.

Serbia

Have you by any chance ever wondered what the daily expenses would be on a trip to Serbia? Keep in mind that previous travellers have spent an average of RSD807 ($7.77) on meals for a day and RSD487 ($4.69) on local transport. Coupled with the hotel price, you will spend around RSD3,425 ($33) per day. Now, if you wish to travel in two persons, the hotel price for a couple averages RSD 4,306 (US $41). Therefore, a trip to Serbia for two people for a week costs from RSD 47,952 ($462).

  • Average price spent on accommodation: US $41 per night.
  • Daily transport costs: around $4.69.
  • Expected price to be spent on meals: $7.77 for a day in all.

Albania

According to the expenses of the last visitors, you need around Lek 5,149 ($48) daily, to stay in Albania. In addition, meals for a day are around Lek 1,550 ($15) and on local transport you will spend Lek 1,140 ($11). The average price of a hotel in Albania, including a double bed, is around Lek 3,950 ($37). So, for a two-week trip for two people, the total cost starts at Lek 72,087 ($678).

  • Average price spent on accommodation: US $37 per night.
  • Daily transport costs: around $11.
  • Expected price to be spent on meals: $15 for a whole day.

Bosnia and Herzegovina

What are the daily expenses when travelling to Bosnia and Herzegovina? In all, you will spend around KM107 ($62) daily, with KM41 ($24) on meals for a day and KM12 ($6.69) on local transport. In addition, the average price of a hotel ranges from KM93 (US $54); bearing in mind that the prices quoted were, on average, the budget of other visitors who have travelled to Bosnia and Herzegovina.

  • Average price spent on accommodation: US $54 per night.
  • Daily transportation costs: around $6.69.
  • Expected price to be spent on meals: $24 for a whole day.

Cyprus

If you add up the daily expenses for a trip to Cyprus, you will spend €82 ($93) per day on your holiday. In meals, the cost for a day ranges from €33 ($38) and €9.82 ($11) in local transport. The rest will be the price of a hotel per night, with the basics and probably a bed. However, if you intend to travel in company, bear in mind that the price of accommodation for a couple is from €75 ($85).

  • Average price spent on accommodation: US $85. per night.
  • Daily transport costs: around $11.
  • Expected price to be spent on meals: $38 for one day in all.

Armenia

How much does it cost to stay in Armenia on a daily basis during a trip? The answer is simple, you will spend around AMD9,156 (US $19) per day. Previous travellers have spent around AMD4,009 ($8.14) on meals for a day and AMD1,142 ($2.32) on local transport. If you’re looking for hotel, the average price of accommodation for a couple is from AMD 8,028 (US $16).

  • Average price spent on accommodation: US $16 per night.
  • Daily transport costs: around $2.32.
  • Expected price to be spent on meals: $8.14 for one day in total.

Belarus

Did you know that you spend an average of BR 175 ($69) per day on a trip to Belarus? That being Br45 ($18) on meals for a day and Br 29 ($11) on local transport, prices according to the expenses of some previous travellers. We cannot forget to mention hotels, the average price of a hotel in Belarus for a couple is Br139 ($55), which ends up being quite affordable for you who intend to visit the country.

  • Average price spent on accommodation: US $55 per night.
  • Daily transport costs: around $11.
  • Expected price to be spent on meals: $18 for one day in all.

Azerbaijan

If we are going to add up all the daily expenses to stay on a trip in Azerbaijan, know that the cost is from Ʈ150 ($ 77.87) per day. Remembering that it is the average daily price according to the budgets of other tourists. Being Ʈ44 ($ 22.84) in meals for a day and Ʈ32 ($ 16.61) in local transport. And in case you want to know the price of hotels in the country, you can find accommodation for a couple around Ʈ126 ($62.29).

  • Average price spent on accommodation: US $62.29 per night.
  • Daily transport costs: around $16.61.
  • Expected price to be spent on meals: $22.84 for one day in all.

Ukraine

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Are you planning to travel to Ukraine on your holiday? It is of utmost importance that you know the daily expenses, to plan your trip in advance and know if it fits in your budget. All in all, the daily cost is about ₴ 768 ($28) per day, with ₴ 180 ($6.60) in meals for a day and ₴ 29 ($1.06) in local transportation.

How much money do you need for your trip to Ukraine ? Finally, if you are looking for hotels, the average price of a simple but comfortable hotel in Ukraine for a couple is ₴ 977 ($36).

  • Average price spent on accommodation: US $36 per night.
  • Daily transport costs: around $1.06.
  • Expected price to be spent on meals: $6.60 for a whole day.

Georgia

Keep in mind that travelling to Georgia will have its daily expenses and it is important that you know how much money you will spend on a day to day, or holiday? You will spend about GEL70 ($23) per day on your holiday in Georgia, with GEL19 ($6.13) on day meals and GEL12 ($4.05) on local transport; while the average hotel price in Georgia for a couple is GEL51 ($17). Price based on previous quotes from other travellers.

  • Average price spent on accommodation: US $17 per night.
  • Daily transport costs: around $4.05.
  • Expected price to be spent on meals: $6.13 for one day in all.

Russia (West)

If you’ve ever wondered how much the daily rate on a trip to Russia costs, you’re in the right place! In all, vide should plan to spend around £4,787 ($65) per day on your holiday, with ₽1,017 ($14) in meals for a day and ₽371 ($5.03) in local transport. Remembering that prices vary from your choice of hotel, food and transport. And if you’re looking for accommodation in the country, know that the average price of a hotel in Russia for a couple is £4,392 ($60).

  • Average price spent on accommodation: US $60 per night.
  • Daily transport costs: around $5.03.
  • Expected price to be spent on meals: $14 for a whole day.

Turkey

The daily rate to spend on a trip to Turkey is about TRY434 ($39) per day on your holiday. Previous travellers have spent around 135 TRY (US $12) on day meals and 67 TRY (US $6.05) on local transport. Not only that, obviously we cannot forget about a good accommodation for you, as know that the average price of a hotel in Turkey for a couple is from TRY346 (US $31).

  • Average price spent on accommodation: US $31 per night.
  • Daily transportation costs: around $6.05.
  • Expected price to be spent on meals: $12 for a day in all.

Estonia

The average daily budget for a trip to Estonia is around €81 ($91) per day, and the average daily price is taken from some visitors’ expenses. This is €24 ($27) on meals for the day and €18 ($21) on local transport. If you are looking for hotels, keep in mind that the average price of a hotel in Estonia for a couple is 70 euros ($80). Remembering that: prices depend on your choice, it is obvious that a two star hotel will be much cheaper than a 5 star hotel, so if possible, compare the prices of accommodation and choose the one that best fits your pocket.

  • Average price spent on accommodation: US $80 per night.
  • Daily transport costs: around $21.
  • Expected price to be spent on meals: $27 for a whole day.

Latvia

Latvia is a good country for those who wish to experience new cultures. The money you will spend each day will be around €81 ($91), including €24 ($27) on meals for one day and €18 ($21) on local transport. Don’t forget to check hotel prices, as accommodation is essential on a trip for sleeping and resting; the average price of a hotel in Estonia for a couple is €70 ($80).

  • Average price spent on accommodation: US $80 per night.
  • Daily transport costs: around $21.
  • Expected price to be spent on meals: $27 for a whole day.

Lithuania

Have you ever thought of travelling to Lithuania, but don’t know how much you will spend on the trip? Well, this topic will help you! You should plan to spend around €74 ($83) per day on your holiday, including €29 ($33) on meals for the day and €9.35 ($11) on local transport. Speaking of hotels, the average price of accommodation in Lithuania for a couple is €67 ($76). Prices vary according to your choices of food, hotels and transport.

  • Average price spent on accommodation: US $76 per night.
  • Daily transport costs: around $11.
  • Expected price to be spent on meals: $33 for a whole day.

Poland

If you want to have a wonderful trip and save some money in the process, Poland is a great option for you. Travel expenses are about zł 210 (US $52) per day, with an average of zł52 ($13) on meals for a day and zł19 ($4.72) on local transport.

There is the opportunity to visit Krakow, visit the Wawel Cathedral and St Mary’s Basilica, you will spend around $266.52 for a week in Krakow.

  • Average price spent on accommodation: US $40 per night.
  • Daily transport costs: around $4.72.
  • Expected price to be spent on meals: $13 for one day in all.

CHOOSE THE PLACE AND MAKE YOUR TRIP!

Perhaps before you had no idea of the daily prices, however, surely now you have an idea of the necessary budget and the fees to be spent. All that’s left is to choose the place and make your trip! Remember to compare prices, whether for food, transportation or accommodation, this way you will be able to find the cheapest options that fit in your pocket and enjoy a great trip that awaits you.

If you want to check the prices that were mentioned here, check out the site https://www.budgetyourtrip.com/ where you just have to search the name of the country or city you want to visit.

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