10 inexpensive countries to travel this year
10 inexpensive countries to travel this year
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Saving is not a reason to stay at home, but an incentive to carefully plan your trip and not spend too much. We looked at travel guides, blogger reports, flight prices, accommodation, groceries and selected 10 inexpensive and interesting destinations to travel to in the upcoming holiday season.

Pack your bags guys!

Armenia

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Approximate prices:

A kebab or khachapuri costs $ 1, a hearty lunch in a regular cafe costs about $ 3. The average bill in a restaurant is about $ 4-5. In Yerevan it is quite possible to find inexpensive hotels with double rooms for $ 30-40 or rent an apartment for $ 25-30 a day. Outside the capital, prices are slightly lower.

Must see:

Yerevan and surroundings; Lake Sevan; Vanadzor and Lori Gorge; Khor Virap monastery with views of Ararat; the valley of Vorotan and the Tatev monastery.

Azerbaijan

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Approximate prices:

Lunch or dinner at an inexpensive restaurant will cost you about $ 11, a double room in a hotel per night starts at $ 40.

Must see:

Flame Towers; mud volcanoes in Gobustan; petroglyphs in Gobustan Park; Maiden Tower; the sacred place of the Zoroastrians Ateshgah.

Serbia

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Approximate prices:

Serbian counterparts of fast food - gibanica cheese pie, cevapcici sausages - cost no more than $ 2. Lunch at a decent restaurant costs about $ 10. A simple double room in Belgrade costs about $ 35-45 per day. You can rent an apartment in the center for $ 25-35.

Must see:

Belgrade; Novi Sad; Smederevo; national parks Tara or Fruska Gora; Baina-Bashta and other towns along the picturesque Drina river; Drvengrad is an ethnic village-scenery for the films of Kusturica.

Tunisia

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Approximate prices:

Local dishes such as shakshuka, mergez sausages or lababy soup cost about $ 3 in street eateries, and you can dine at a restaurant for $ 8. There are not so many cheap guesthouses in Tunisia, but you can still find a simple room for $ 20.

Must see:

Tunisia and Carthage; Kairouan, Sousse and Monastir; Mediterranean beaches: for example, on the island of Jebra, in Hammamet or Sidi Bou Said, vaguely reminiscent of Greek resorts. If time permits, you can look at the Berber dugouts in Matmata, where Star Wars was filmed.

Uzbekistan

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Approximate prices:

Various inexpensive cafes and restaurants are simply in abundance, on every corner and for every taste. Dinner for two will cost you about $ 35, and hotel accommodation from $ 30 and up.

Must see:

Charvak reservoir; Friendship of Peoples Square; Chimgan mountains; the Shakhi-Zinda mausoleum ensemble; Registan square in Samarkand; Naqshbandi complex; mausoleum of Gur-Emir.

Georgia

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Approximate prices:

There is no street food as such in Georgia. The closest analogue can only be fresh khachapuri or lobiani, which are sold at every corner for $ 1, 5. Lunch in a cafe will cost somewhere in the $ 5-6. An intermediate option is khinkali: they cost $ 0, 25, there is almost everywhere, and a dozen is enough to eat all day. A simple double room in Tbilisi and Batumi will cost at least $ 40 per day (alternatives are couchsurfing or renting an apartment for about $ 30 per day), in other places rooms in inexpensive guesthouses cost $ 15-30.

Must see:

Tbilisi; Mtskheta and the Georgian Military Road; cave city in Vardzia; Signagi and Kakheti; Svaneti; Batumi and the Black Sea coast.

India

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Approximate prices:

Street food in India costs almost nothing: a serving of a vegetarian thai will cost $ 0.8, and a hearty lunch at a local eatery costs $ 2. 5. In tourist restaurants, the average bill will be about $ 3-6. With housing, the situation is similar: almost everywhere for $ 5-8 you will get a set of beds, walls and a roof, for $ 10-15 - a decent room with air conditioning.

Must see:

Delhi; Agra; make a circle through the cities and villages of Rajasthan or take a trip through the foothills of the Himalayas to Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand; and further - according to interests: either to Varanasi and to Nepal, or to the south, to Mumbai and Goa or Kerala.

Poland

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Approximate prices:

Hot meals start at $ 8, and dinner at a restaurant for two averages $ 25. You can find an inexpensive hotel with a double room in Warsaw for $ 20.

Must see:

Castle Square in Warsaw; Stare Miasto; Market Square in Krakow; Wawel Castle; shopping arcade Sukennice; Auschwitz; Marienburg.

Egypt

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Approximate prices:

Street food in Egypt is inexpensive: falafel, kushari, shawarma cost no more than $ 3. The average bill in a restaurant is $ 4-7. A room in a simple guesthouse costs about $ 15, for $ 25-30 you can count on a room in a decent hotel.

Must see:

Cairo; Alexandria; Luxor, Karnak and the Valley of the Kings; take a cruise along the Nile to Aswan; and further to the beaches of the Red Sea - either continental (Hurghada), or on the Sinai Peninsula (Sharm el-Sheikh, Dahab).

Kazakhstan

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Approximate prices:

You can eat in an inexpensive cafe for $ 12, the average bill in a restaurant for two is $ 45. Prices for a double room, for example, in a small hotel in Astana, start at $ 35.

Must see:

Baiterek; Khan Shatyr; Palace of Peace and Reconciliation; Museum of the first president of the Republic of Kazakhstan; mosque "Nur Astana"; State National Natural Park "Altyn-Emel"; Mountainous region of Medeo.

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