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Showing posts with label The cheapest beach holiday destinations in Europe. Show all posts

The cheapest beach holiday destinations in Europe


To help tourists thinking about where to spend their summer holidays, we compiled the list of the cheapest beach holiday destinations in Europe, taking into account the average prices of the different day's spending.


The 19 cheapest places for a European beach holiday - Business ...
Apr 16, 2017 ... ... around the corner, and fortunately Post Office Travel Money has just released a list of the 19 cheapest beach holiday destinations in Europe.

The summer holiday is coming so Post Office Travel Money has published the list of the cheapest beach holiday destinations in Europe. The report compares the average prices of different spending for one day, including a cup of coffee, a local beer bottle, a glass of wine, a bottle of water, a three-course dinner for two people, or a sunscreen, Writes businessinsider.com. From Croatia to Ibiza, the cheapest destinations for a European summer holiday in 2017 are the following:

1. Sunny Beach, Bulgaria ($ 46.78 / day)
Coffee cup: $ 0.88 A bottle of local beer: $ 0.88 Wine glass: $ 1.45 Sunscreen Cream: $ 4.65 3-course dinner for two people (including a bottle of wine): $ 24.44

2. Algarve, Portugal ($ 73.16)
Coffee cup: $ 0.76 Local beer bottle: $ 1.31 Wine glass: $ 1.36 Sunscreen Cream: $ 9.82 3-course dinner for two people (including a bottle of wine): $ 32.80

3. Costa del Sol, Spain ($ 76.00)

Coffee cup: $ 1.43 Local beer bottle: $ 2.19 Wine Bottle: $ 2.19 Sunscreen Cream: $ 5.41 3-course dinner for two people (including a bottle of wine): $ 35.80

4. Marmaris, Turkey ($ 85.37)

Coffee cup: $ 1.70 Local beer glass: $ 2.84 Wine Bottle: $ 3.42 Sunscreen Cream: $ 9.95 3-course dinner for two people (including a bottle of wine): $ 51.15

5. Paphos, Cyprus ($ 93.13)

Coffee cup: $ 3.17 Local beer glass: $ 2.84 Wine Bottle: $ 3.50 Sun cream: $ 7.80 3-course dinner for two people (including a bottle of wine): $ 41.43

6. Costa Blanca, Spain ($ 94.68)

Coffee cup: $ 1.43 Local beer glass: $ 2.73 Wine bottle: $ 2.19 Sunscreen Cream: $ 16.02 3-course dinner for two people (including a bottle of wine): $ 40.46

7. Porec, Croatia ($ 99.09)

Coffee cup: $ 1.34 Local beer glass: $ 2.75 Wine Bottle: $ 2.45 Sunscreen Cream: $ 9.17 3-course dinner for two people (including a bottle of wine): $ 47.41

8. Limassol, Cyprus ($ 100.11)

Coffee cup: $ 3.83 Local beer bottle: $ 3.28 Wine glass: $ 3.83 Sunscreen Cream: $ 11.80 3-course dinner for two people (including a bottle of wine): $ 42.19

9. Crete, Greece ($ 102.55)

Coffee cup: $ 2.73 Local beer glass: $ 2.73 Wine glass: $ 3.28 Cream with sunscreen $ 7.43 3-course dinner for two people (including a bottle of wine): $ 51.37

10. Zante, Greece ($ 103.20)

Coffee cup: $ 1.64 A bottle of local beer: $ 1.64 Wine bottle: $ 1.64 Sunscreen Cream: $ 9.84 3-course dinner for two people (including a bottle of wine): $ 52.47

Tourist countries where you can drink the cheapest

Countries in Eastern Europe dominate the rankings holiday destinations where tourists pay the least for different types of alcohol, from beer and wine to cocktails in restaurants or bars.

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Endless holiday destinations depending on how charged tourists for alcoholic beverages was based on the average price for 12 types of drinks, including a bottle of beer, a glass of wine, gin, cocktail, champagne, tequila, vodka or whiskey. Eastern Europe dominate the rankings, with Prague, the Czech capital, first as a destination where tourists can buy the most money with a total average of 37.15 euros. The second place was occupied by Hungary's capital Budapest, 39 euros, while the third stood the Polish city Krakow to 43.72 euros. The survey by Post Office Travel Money has reviewed 16 destinations, but not Romania, which would certainly be counted among the cheapest tourist destinations in terms of the cost of alcoholic beverages. Riga, Latvia, the city of Tallinn, Estonia's capital, Palma de Mallorca, Spain and the German capital Berlin, occupied the following positions on the top. In contrast, tourist destinations where alcoholic beverages are hole in the budget tourists, was the Spanish city of Marbella, with a total of 93 euros, according to the Daily Mail quoted study.

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To help tourists thinking about where to spend their summer holidays, we compiled the list of the cheapest beach holiday destinations in Europe, taking into account the average prices of the different day's spending.


The 19 cheapest places for a European beach holiday - Business ...
Apr 16, 2017 ... ... around the corner, and fortunately Post Office Travel Money has just released a list of the 19 cheapest beach holiday destinations in Europe.

The summer holiday is coming so Post Office Travel Money has published the list of the cheapest beach holiday destinations in Europe. The report compares the average prices of different spending for one day, including a cup of coffee, a local beer bottle, a glass of wine, a bottle of water, a three-course dinner for two people, or a sunscreen, Writes businessinsider.com. From Croatia to Ibiza, the cheapest destinations for a European summer holiday in 2017 are the following:

1. Sunny Beach, Bulgaria ($ 46.78 / day)
Coffee cup: $ 0.88 A bottle of local beer: $ 0.88 Wine glass: $ 1.45 Sunscreen Cream: $ 4.65 3-course dinner for two people (including a bottle of wine): $ 24.44

2. Algarve, Portugal ($ 73.16)
Coffee cup: $ 0.76 Local beer bottle: $ 1.31 Wine glass: $ 1.36 Sunscreen Cream: $ 9.82 3-course dinner for two people (including a bottle of wine): $ 32.80

3. Costa del Sol, Spain ($ 76.00)

Coffee cup: $ 1.43 Local beer bottle: $ 2.19 Wine Bottle: $ 2.19 Sunscreen Cream: $ 5.41 3-course dinner for two people (including a bottle of wine): $ 35.80

4. Marmaris, Turkey ($ 85.37)

Coffee cup: $ 1.70 Local beer glass: $ 2.84 Wine Bottle: $ 3.42 Sunscreen Cream: $ 9.95 3-course dinner for two people (including a bottle of wine): $ 51.15

5. Paphos, Cyprus ($ 93.13)

Coffee cup: $ 3.17 Local beer glass: $ 2.84 Wine Bottle: $ 3.50 Sun cream: $ 7.80 3-course dinner for two people (including a bottle of wine): $ 41.43

6. Costa Blanca, Spain ($ 94.68)

Coffee cup: $ 1.43 Local beer glass: $ 2.73 Wine bottle: $ 2.19 Sunscreen Cream: $ 16.02 3-course dinner for two people (including a bottle of wine): $ 40.46

7. Porec, Croatia ($ 99.09)

Coffee cup: $ 1.34 Local beer glass: $ 2.75 Wine Bottle: $ 2.45 Sunscreen Cream: $ 9.17 3-course dinner for two people (including a bottle of wine): $ 47.41

8. Limassol, Cyprus ($ 100.11)

Coffee cup: $ 3.83 Local beer bottle: $ 3.28 Wine glass: $ 3.83 Sunscreen Cream: $ 11.80 3-course dinner for two people (including a bottle of wine): $ 42.19

9. Crete, Greece ($ 102.55)

Coffee cup: $ 2.73 Local beer glass: $ 2.73 Wine glass: $ 3.28 Cream with sunscreen $ 7.43 3-course dinner for two people (including a bottle of wine): $ 51.37

10. Zante, Greece ($ 103.20)

Coffee cup: $ 1.64 A bottle of local beer: $ 1.64 Wine bottle: $ 1.64 Sunscreen Cream: $ 9.84 3-course dinner for two people (including a bottle of wine): $ 52.47

Tourist countries where you can drink the cheapest

Countries in Eastern Europe dominate the rankings holiday destinations where tourists pay the least for different types of alcohol, from beer and wine to cocktails in restaurants or bars.

20 Most Popular Countries as Tourist Destinations
The following is a listing of the twenty most popular countries as destinations for international travelers. This 2011 data of the most popular tourist countries ...

Endless holiday destinations depending on how charged tourists for alcoholic beverages was based on the average price for 12 types of drinks, including a bottle of beer, a glass of wine, gin, cocktail, champagne, tequila, vodka or whiskey. Eastern Europe dominate the rankings, with Prague, the Czech capital, first as a destination where tourists can buy the most money with a total average of 37.15 euros. The second place was occupied by Hungary's capital Budapest, 39 euros, while the third stood the Polish city Krakow to 43.72 euros. The survey by Post Office Travel Money has reviewed 16 destinations, but not Romania, which would certainly be counted among the cheapest tourist destinations in terms of the cost of alcoholic beverages. Riga, Latvia, the city of Tallinn, Estonia's capital, Palma de Mallorca, Spain and the German capital Berlin, occupied the following positions on the top. In contrast, tourist destinations where alcoholic beverages are hole in the budget tourists, was the Spanish city of Marbella, with a total of 93 euros, according to the Daily Mail quoted study.

Top 6 Tourist Countries with Mandatory Travel Medical Insurance ...
Apr 30, 2016 ... Countries where travel medical insurance is mandatory are USA, Schengen ( Spain, Germany, Italy, Switzerland & others),UAE, Australia, ...

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