Many people around you want to go to Europe, but there will be a lot of concerns such as high costs, expensive consumption, riots and other problems. In fact, you can go to some niche places in Europe with the same beautiful scenery, but low prices, follow us now!
1. Portugal - Lisbon
Compared to Barcelona and Madrid, which are crowded with tourists in Spain, Lisbon, the capital of Portugal, with its many features, cheapness and laziness, has become a new favorite! Here you can taste Michelin cuisine for $64 per capita, and the price is comparable to Thailand, which is a million miles away.
It is said that those who have not seen Lisbon are equal to those who have not seen the beauty; and the soul of Lisbon, in the old town of Alfama.
Or strolling through the old streets and alleys, or riding on the retro tram, or climbing the castle to watch the sunset, or overlooking the whole city of Lisbon, or hiding in a cafe to listen to a song of Fado, all can collide with the real soul of Lisbon.
2、Poland - Warsaw
The cheapest beautiful capital of Europe for travel
Poland is one of the top ten countries in the world and the cheapest country in Europe to visit, where you can spend as little as 20 euros a day to have fun.
Warsaw, the ancient capital of Krakow, the charming town of Auschwitz, the endless museums, the endless concert halls, it is full of a very different Eastern European flavor.
The Old Town is the oldest part of the city and the main tourist destination in Warsaw; a must-see in Warsaw!
In addition to Warsaw Old Town, Chopin's House, Madame Curie's House, Church of the Holy Cross, Victory Square, Royal Palace, Warsaw University, National Theatre ...... are dotted in the streets of Warsaw, where random shots are postcards.
Morocco, although in Africa, is on the list because it is full of European flavor.
In Morocco, you will love the colorful cities, white Casablanca, red Marrakech, blue Chevsharvan ......
Of course, there is also the revelry of the "City of Winds", the mosques on the sea, the sunsets over the Atlantic Ocean, the workshops making mosaic tiles, the avocado milkshakes in the old city ......
4. Czech Republic - Prague
This World Heritage city is a work of art in itself! The Czech Republic is no stranger to many people, and its most classic is Prague.
It is the hometown of Kafka, the "representative of mystery" in the eyes of Nietzsche, the "most beautiful city in Europe" in the words of Goethe, and Milan Kundera wrote "The Unbearable Lightness of Being" with it as a backdrop ...... It is the first city in the world to be designated as a World Heritage Site.
Here you can see almost every form of architecture from the 11th century to the 21st century. Walking through the squares of Prague Castle is like a walk through time and space, where history and modernity blend together perfectly.
If you just look at the sights, you can't appreciate the essence of Prague at all. Sometimes you can fall in love with it more by casually strolling around, looking around and doing what the locals usually love to do.