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Budapest is the cheapest Easter break destination, the Mirror revealed

Budapest is the cheapest Easter break destination, the Mirror revealed

If you want to take a break this Easter, Budapest is your best bet. Compared to other popular European holiday destinations, you can get the most for your money in the Hungarian capital, the Mirror found.

A day spent in Budapest costs only £28.11 (€35.61), while in Barcelona or Rome you can easily spend twice as much on a day out.

In Budapest you can get a travel pass for £4.12 (€5.22), a glass of wine for £1.75 (€2.22), a Big Mac for £2 (€2.53), and take a half-hour journey by taxi for £16.24 (€20.57).

The study found that the same day in Rome would cost £50.48 (€63.95), with £5.52 (€6.99) for a travel card, £3.17 (€4.02) for a Big Mac, £5.52 (€6.99) for a museum pass and £31.54 (€39.96) for a rather costly taxi ride.

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These are the most common things tourists spend on, but the prices can be hugely different from city to city.

10 cheapest destinations for an Easter holiday
Budapest – £28.11 (€35.61)
Prague – £29.17 (€36.96)
Madrid – £37.68 (€47.74)
Dublin – £38.37 (€48.62)
London – £42.29 (€53.58)
Paris – £49.04 (€62.14)
Barcelona – £50.28 (€63.71)
Rome – £50.48 (€63.96)
Berlin – £52.67 (€66.73)
Vienna – £57.09 (€72.34)

Copy editor: bm

Source: mirror.co.uk

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