Want to get away some place far away, but don’t want to break the bank? A new report on the UK’s Telegraph shares some of the world’s cheapest cities, based on a night’s stay, food, drink, taxi fares and entertainment.
So where should you travel to? Sophia, Bulgaria’s capital city, is the cheapest.
“The Bulgarian capital took top place in a price index by airport transfers company Hoppa, with a night’s stay in the city, including a hotel, food, drink, a taxi journey and entertainment, costing just £38.21. As an added bonus, return flights to Sofia are available for as little as £50,” writes Hugh Morris.
Cairo is next on the list followed by Cartagena, Colombia.
Here is the full list:
Siem Reap, Cambodia
Mexico City, Mexico
Want to know the most expensive cities? Check out: The most expensive cities in the world.