Are you a major foodie but don’t want to break the bank? Holidu has your back! Holidu, the search engine for holiday rentals decided to seek out the cities in Europe where food and drink are the cheapest!
Using the Cost of Living data from Numbeo, Holidu ranked the cities by their average costs, from the price of a bottle of wine to a mid-range three-course meal for two, and has created the ultimate foodie travel guide, no matter your budget! We hope you are hungry, get ready to eat to your heart’s content and book your next foodie adventure to one of these cities.
With the average cost of a mid-range three-course meal for two coming in at less than 30 euros, Belgrade is the officially ideal location for your next foodie-inspired city break. This capital city has a bustling and chaotic atmosphere and is perfect for anyone seeking a more gritty, underground scene. But no matter what your vibe, the city offers unbeatable gastronomic delights for everyone - whether that's fine dining for a higher budget or edgy street food stands to satisfy those of you who simply love good food at a bargain price.
Healing thermal waters, impressive architecture and incredible nightlife aren’t the only reasons why Budapest is a much-loved city break destination. Its foodie scene is also top class! A meal at an inexpensive restaurant averages at around €6,56, and the price of a domestic beer is €1,71 - so no need for any bank-breaking whilst on holiday here! One of Budapest’s most famous attractions is its Ruin Bars, a collection of bars that are located inside abandoned buildings and are decorated with colourful graffiti and plants. So, if hipster vibes at an affordable price is your thing, Budapest awaits you!
Visitors to Bulgaria often flock to ski in the mountains or sunbathe by the coast, but the modern and youthful city of Sofia should not be missed. The fact that this city is often overlooked makes it an attractive choice for people looking for a more hidden gem vibe, with fewer tourists than its more popular European capital counterparts. Regarding foodie delights, you will find a huge offering of independent food and drink establishments dotted across the city. If you fancy some typical Bulgarian snacks, a vegan meal or some craft beer, you’ll definitely find it here.
Source: Press release