9 Countries in Europe You Can Travel For 7 Days Under ₹50K

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9 Countries in Europe You Can Travel For 7 Days Under ₹50K

Europe has a wide variety of vacation spots for all tastes and interests, including sandy beaches, blue coastlines, steep mountain roads, and historical sites. If you are planning to visit this beautiful continent for 7 days, but are under a budget constraint of  ₹50K, here are 9 European countries you can travel to for 7 days which are under your budget.

1. Romania

Romania is dotted with picturesque monasteries and solid stone churches that mark the country’s rolling hills. The country is one of the best cheap travel locations in Europe, topped by its architectural marvels. Food and lodging costs have very little likelihood that your budget will be stretched in Romania. Hotel stays cost can vary between ₹1500 to ₹2500 per day.

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2. Portugal

Portugal has gained popularity in recent years thanks to its surf beaches, charming old villages with tiled structures, delectable pastries like the pasteis de Nata, and Fado music. Although prices around downtown Lisbon have increased rest of Portugal is affordable. It will cost you between ₹1500 to ₹2500 for a hotel in Portugal.

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3. Slovenia

Slovenia is a little nation bordered by three giants: Hungary, Italy, and Austria. The nation is mountainous and heavily forested. This country is extremely budget-friendly and hotel charges would cost around ₹3200 to ₹5500 a night.

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4. Slovakia

Slovakia is a popular tourist destination because of its breathtaking terrain, which includes castles, Bratislavan, and mountains. Dining and lodging should be the least of your concerns with Slovakia’s accessible food options. Food and hotel expenses come to about ₹2000 per day and accommodation around ₹3500 to ₹4500.

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5. Czech Republic

Prague which is regarded as one of Europe’s most intriguing cities is home to the nearly all of the medieval world. Gothic architecture is at its finest here, and the 14th-century Charles Bridge is a spectacular sight. This European country is quite cheap compared to the rest of the European countries. It would cost around ₹1500 for food and ₹3200 to ₹5500 per night for a hotel.

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6. Croatia

Croatia is dotted with Mediterranean-fantasy-filled beaches, sapphire waters, and a magnificent island-speckled coastline. You can enjoy adventure water sports like sailing, snorkeling, and kayaking. The average cost of food and accommodation can cost around ₹2200 for food and ₹2000 to ₹3500 for hotels.

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7. Greece

You must be wondering why is Greece on this list. However, you can visit many amazing cities and islands in Greece without spending a fortune. Instead of going to Mykonos, consider staying a few nights on the charming island of Tinos. It features marble villages, terraced hillsides, stunning beaches, and great lodging deals.

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8. Bulgaria

The nation is beautiful, with charming mountains, stretches of sandy beaches, and the alluring Black Sea. Bulgaria’s daily costs for meals and lodging might range between ₹1500 and ₹2500.

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9. Albania

Albania is one of Europe’s best-kept secrets. It offers a long coastline in addition to a wealth of historical sites, breathtaking natural beauty, and wonderful summer weather. If you want to save more book your tickets for April, May, and early June you can avail some great offers.

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How many of these countries in Europe have you visited?