Kyiv topped the ranking of the cheapest tourist cities in Europe
German lifestyle magazine InStyle has published a ranking of the cheapest European cities for tourists, compiled according to Travelcircus data, a German online service for travelers. In total, the rating includes 100 cities, and the capital of Ukraine led it.
The compilers of the rating note that in Kyiv you can plan two nights in a 3-star hotel for an average of 36 euros. Beer and cappuccino also cost less than 1 euro. “You can plan a weekend for two in this city for less than 250 euros. Numerous churches with golden domes give the city a fairy country look,” the magazine informs.
The first ten rankings looks like this:
- Kyiv, Ukraine
- Krakow, Poland
- Warsaw Poland
- Belgrade, Serbia
- Budapest, Hungary
- Riga, Latvia
- Dresden, Germany
- Berlin, Germany
- Bratislava, Slovakia
- Hamburg, Germany
Earlier AIN.UA reported that Lviv was recognized the most comfortable among the Ukrainian cities, according to Numbeo.