6 Best European Cities To Visit On A Budget After The Pandemic

by Suchismita Pal
6 Best European Cities To Visit On A Budget After The Pandemic

“When the pandemic finally gets over, I will escape away for a long, long trip…”. This is something many people cooped up at home are thinking right now. When the good days arrive, one can ditch the gloom finally and move out to some gorgeous cities with unique landscapes or to the mountains or the islands. If you too are planning to go on a post-pandemic trip, how about choosing a European destination? Some of them can actually come within a good budget. Here are 6 such budget-friendly mind-boggling European cities:

1. Budapest, Hungary

At a starting budget of around ₹90,000, you can have a ravishing tour through the capital city of Hungary, Budapest, by the mighty River Danube. By spending around ₹1.5 lakhs, you can have a luxurious trip out here. The spectacular cityscape of Budapest will satiate every bit of your soul, we bet. From exploring the museums, churches, and castles in the Buda Castle District to enjoying the evening cruise over the river, every experience here is worth a lifetime. 1 Indian Rupee = 4.02 Hungarian Forint ( Approx)

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2. Warsaw, Poland

In the capital and largest city of Poland, Warsaw, there are oodles of attractions to explore. The quiant Old Town of Warsaw is a Unesco World Heritage site and looks like a painting in itself. Other historic structures in this city are the Royal Castle and Muranów. Also, Warsaw is a mecca for all those who love museums and houses many prominent museums like Warsaw Rising Museum, Fryderyk Chopin Museum, Wilanów Palace Museum and Park, National Museum and more. A smartly devised Poland tour from India can easily come within ₹1 lakh. 1 Indian Rupee= 0.051 Poland zloty ( Approx)

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3. Belgrade, Serbia

The prime attraction in this city is the magnificent Belgrade Fortress lying at the confluence of Sava and Danube rivers. Belgrade is the capital city of the southeast European country, Serbia. There are a lot of interesting things to do at Belgrade, like walking through the cobblestoned alleys of the picturesque Skadarlija street, soaking in the sun at the Ada Ciganlija island and shopping at the Knez Mihailova Street. While at Belgrade, you must also explore the Gardoš Tower, the Church of St Sava, Museum of Aviation and Ružica Church. among other attractions. 1 Indian Rupee= 1.32 Serbian Dinar ( Approx)

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4. Bratislava, Slovakia

This is another spectacular city along the banks of the Danube river. Noteworthy attractions out here include the Hrad Devin Castle, the Bratislava Castle, Schoss Hof, the Blue Church, Bratislava Zoo and the Kamzik tower, among others. Nature lovers can go on hiking trails near Pajštún Castle and also through the Mountain Park and Sandberg. 1 Indian Rupee= 0.34 Slovak Koruna ( Approx)

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5. Zagreb, Croatia

The northwestern capital of Croatia, Zagreb is known for its striking 18th and 19th-century Austro-Hungarian architecture. The city of Zagreb provides a mix of historic and alluring nature experiences. The Cathedral of Zagreb, built in Gothic style, is the tallest building in Croatia. Also, in this city, there is a museum dedicated to failed love affairs, known as the Museum of Broken Relationships. Other stunning tourist spots in Zagreb include St. Mark’s Church, Ban Josip Jelačić Square, Medvednica, Zagreb 360° observation deck and Sljeme, among others. 1 Indian Rupee= 0.084 Croatian Kuna ( Approx)

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6. Bucharest, Romania

Bucharest is the melting pot of Romanian art, culture and media. It was known as the Paris of the East during World War 2, and there are still places in this city like Şoseaua Kiseleff and Cișmigiu Gardens with vibes of Paris. Also, Bucharest is the land of majestic castles like the Lulia Hasdeu Castle, the Pelisor Castle, the Magic Castle and the Rotari Residence. 1 Indian Rupee=0.055 Romanian Leu ( Approx)

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So, bookmark these places and start making your plans to travel in actual when it’s safe.