Clueless where to go? Don’t want to spend too much? Then this list is for you. A travel site has put together the ten cheapest destinations in 2023. According to the US survey, Hungary is among the cheapest destinations.
The US site kliplinger.com has rounded up the cheapest places to go on holiday. Inflation is a global issue, but you don’t necessarily have to give up on a holiday or a weekend trip.
The ranking is based on the average total daily cost. This includes accommodation, meals and daily living costs. Airfare expenses are not included in the list, as it is highly dependent on the date of travel and your destination.
The cheapest destination in Laos. Here the average daily cost is USD 15, while you would pay USD 8 for accommodation and USD 5 for lodging. The Southeast Asian country has over 4,000 islands. It is full of attractions, programmes and cooking schools for food lovers.
Turkey and Indonesia are on the podium alongside Laos. The latter country has Bali, which often tops travel rankings.
Hungary is ranked 5th on the list. The average cost per day in Hungary is USD 70, with accommodation costing USD 33 and meals USD 17.
In the centre of Europe, Hungary has managed to preserve its charming villages, while Budapest is a real metropolitan hub, writes utazomajom.hu.
The Hungarian capital is described as the “city of lights”. The Parliament building, the Danube and the great excursions and fabulous villages attract many tourists.
Source: utazomajom.hu, kliplinger.com
Dont think soo.
The cheapest, that means the poorest. Millions of tourists come, yes, but its not a success, they come because hungary is cheap.
Through the Orban Government – the increasing RAMPANT – effects of Social Inequality “March” on.
YES – Mr Prime Minister, you have “widened” in Hungary;
“That the RICH are getting RICHER – and the POOR, in Millions – are Getting POORER.”