10 Awesome And Cheap European Cities To Visit Now

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  1. I live in another part of the world, and I just found out that you don’t need a visa to go to most European cities, that’s great! I also love that you can share this because when you have a vague or limited budget it helps you a lot to see other people’s travel experiences!

    • NTripping says:

      Hey Allisson,

      Europe is not as expensive as people tend to think. Of course, if you live at the other end of the world, your plane ticket will be your biggest expense. Otherwise, you can visit a lot of places even on a limited budget.

      May I ask where you’re from? I might have some extra tips for you :)

      Cheers,
      N.

      • Allisson Nadler says:

        I’m from USA, California. OF COURSE, I would be very happy if you would share some advice with me! … I agree with you because flights to Europe from Los Angeles are expensive. do you know a season in which Can I travel much cheaper to Europe?

        Greetings(:

        • NTripping says:

          Hey Allisson,

          I’ve published a post about finding cheap flights to anywhere in the world on this blog. You might want to have a look at it: https://ntripping.com/find-cheap-flights/

          In your situation, I would start by searching the Wikipedia page for your nearest airport. Specifically, the section with Airlines and Destinations. This will give you a list of flights from, in your case, LAX.

          Select the destinations which interest you the most. Then, head over to Google Flights and search for some rough dates and some of the destinations. Play with the tool, specifically the Price Graph, Date Grid, and Nearby Airports options.

          After you’ve found a route and dates, which interest you, select the Track Prices switch. Google will notify you of any price changes. Observe how the airfare changes and the moment you see a price, which fits your budget, go buy that ticket! It’s usually best to purchase directly via the airline’s website but there are exceptions.

          Alternatively, you can subscribe for a tool like Scott’s Cheap Flights and receive deals to your inbox. The process they use is similar to the above but they do it for you.

          Last but not least, I find that two months before a flight is the best time to book. Again, there are exceptions but if you know your exact dates, start tracking the prices as soon as possible.

          Hope that helps! Happy travels :)

          Cheers,
          N.

  2. This is a great list! Would love to visit Baku one day. I went to Berlin a while ago and I loved it so much. I didn’t find it expensive either. Thanks for the post

    • NTripping says:

      Glad you liked it, Ioana!

      For me, it’s not really the destination that’s “expensive”. It’s how people decide to spend their time in a place which adds up to their travel expenses. I can go clubbing in Berlin and spend a fortune; visit every museum and spend a tonne of euros; or I can simply walk the streets and enjoy the atmosphere of the city for absolutely no money!

      Hope you visit Baku soon, it is a great travel destination!

      Cheers,
      N.

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