Are you thinking about heading out on a quick summer holiday this year but you aren’t quite sure where to go? Maybe money is tight but you’re desperate to get away – anywhere, just for a couple days or a week. Booking a holiday doesn’t have to break the bank, and with Taxi Airports Transfers more competitive than ever, getting to your hotel or booking custom tours of your destination can be cheaper than you imagine. Here are some of this summer’s top European destinations that can be budget friendly for both couples and families.
Located in what is considered to be Eastern Europe, Bulgaria is a large country that boasts a whole host of activities for travellers looking for a bit of everything. With a rich culture that
showcases delicious food, lively music, dancing and more alongside a backdrop of uniquely regional architecture it’s no wonder travellers find themselves falling in love with Bulgaria. Add to this the stretches of beaches along the Black Sea that give some of Europe’s best a run for their money coupled with generally low costs throughout the country and you’re onto a winner.
This central European country is not just beautiful but also has a whole lot to offer its visitors. Whether you’re into spas, hiking, culture, history or just kicking back riverside with a Pilsner Urquell in hand, the Czech Republic is the spot to go to. The capital, Prague, is a hit with its architecture and history as well as its general ambience, teeming with travellers from around the globe. For something unique, catch the train out to Kutna Hora and go to the Sedlec Ossuary – a church decorated throughout with the bones of the graveyard’s former residents. For a spa experience, head to the northwest corner of the country to the spa town of Karlovy Vary, set in lush forests with healing waters, a true pick me up for anyone visiting the Czech Republic.
While Spain can indeed be expensive, it doesn’t have to be. In fact, many package holidays to Spain offer a great deal for couples and families with all inclusive holidays being all the rage. If you want to consider doing Spain more independently, Air Bnb is a great option to find a good deal that won’t break the bank. Cooking your own food also cuts down on costs, which Air Bnb’s will mostly allow if they come with kitchens as well, which is a great idea especially if you’re not going to be doing the all inclusive thing. Overall shopping at local supermarkets and eating at local back alley places are great ways to cut down on the bill too – and you will get to rub elbows with locals and get a real Spanish experience!
So if you’ve been curious about where you can jet off to with the wife or the kids this summer, look no further. Saving money is the name of the game for many this year, and with these budget friendly choices, you can be sure that you can get away without plunging yourself into financial worry. Enjoy!