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Yes, I have to admit that I read with great pleasure this information. My home city, Bucharest, Romania was found to be Europe’s cheapest city in 2013 according to BBC. I am really happy to see the city I live in being number one, as I truly believe this city has a lot to offer to a traveler/tourist. Just so you know, I am working on a series of articles pointing out various things to do, tours for one or several days etc. including traveling tips – so stay close 😉 (You can already find information on Bucharest City Tour – through Bucharest with the touristic bus.)
Going back to this top, I won’t present the specific budget items, as you can read them in the article on BBC, but I will tell you that the top 10 Europe’s cheapest cities in 2013, as revealed by the site, are:
- Bucharest, Romania
- Sofia, Bulgaria
- Krakow, Poland
- Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
- Kiev, Ukraine
- Riga, Latvia
- Belgrade, Serbia
- Budapest, Hungary
- Warsaw, Poland
- Zagreb, Croatia
As you can easily notice, there are many capitals included in this top – which is another important thing to notice. The only country featuring two cities is Poland – with Krakow and Warsaw.
I am also happy to have a really interesting and beautiful article, with lovely places featured on this blog on Riga, Latvia – an article written by Valerica that I am truly recommending it to you!
Which of the cities included in this top have you visited yet? Where would you want to go next in Europe?