The Russian capital has also been included in the list, ranking the sixth cheapest destination.
However, the cheapest city in Europe to spend a holiday in is Krakow, a city in the south of Poland, where the cost of housing may not exceed 165 euros, The Telegraph reports. Krakow is followed by the Baltic cities of Vilnius and Riga.
In particular, renting a house on the largest medieval market square in Europe in Krakow can cost up to 80 euros per person. The same amount of money will be spent on food and transport services. In Vilnius, an affordable accommodation will cost a tourist some 10 euros more, while in Riga the rent will double.
In addition to the above-mentioned cities, among the most budget-friendly for holidays European cities, there are Athens, Prague, and Lisbon.