THE CHEAPEST cities in Europe for the May bank holiday have been revealed in stunning photographs. From Germany to Hungary – where would you go?
British Holidaymakers should make the most of the May bank holiday by booking a long weekend in one of Europe’s cheapest cities.
Leaving the UK in search of some spring sunshine, eastern Europe is home to some of the cheapest cities according to the Post Office.
So which are the cities that offer more for your money?
Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Dramatic peaks surround the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina. The diverse city is filled with welcoming and good value for money cafes and restaurants.
Having suffered through years of international conflict, the city has been almost entirely reconstructed and, alongside is cheap accommodation, offers visitors the change to explore its rich heritage.
Sofia is Bulgaria is one of the cheapest cities to rent an apartment or room through Airbnb. The largest city in Bulgaria, the culture-rich city is one of Europe’s oldest.
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