If money’s a little tight this year, no need to worry— travel may still be in the cards. Airport transfer company Hoppa updated its annual report, showcasing both the most affordable and most expensive destinations around the world.
The survey looked at 84 destinations to reveal the most and least expensive destinations for accommodations, meals, drinks and taxi fares, as well as sightseeing bus tours and top attractions.
Zurich tops the charts for most expensive destination and Sofia, Bulgaria, was ranked the most affordable, with an average cost of £38.21 per person per day.
London came in 12th in the ranking, making it slightly cheaper than Dublin, but more expensive than Dubai. The cheapest place to grab a beer is in Ibiza; Venice was among the most expensive to grab food on the go; and Manila is the cheapest for food with an average price of £1.97.
The most expensive coffee is in Copenhagen, and the second cheapest is Rome. Dubai had the most expensive tour buses, costing nearly £50. Perhaps unsurprisingly, Universal Studios ranked among the highest cost for attractions at £127 per day.
Regardless of where you go, there are always affordable options. Check out our Under $100 section for ways to enjoy destinations around the world for less than $100 per day.
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