If you’re looking to visit a European city in the next few months but are on a tight budget, check out these 5 fantastic destinations on offer for less than £100! With Springtime just around the corner, now is the time to shake off the winter blues and enjoy a cheap and cheerful city break.
Just a short flight from most UK airports, Dublin is an ideal getaway for a weekend or short break, and a visit here doesn’t need to break the bank. From food and drink, music, art and culture, and of course, shopping, there is plenty to see and do. Take a selfie with Molly Malone in the historic Georgian Quarter, explore the leafy, cobbled grounds of Trinity College, or hire a Dublinbike (free if returned within 30 minutes) to see the sights at your own pace. After all that exploring, take some time to browse the historic markets in Temple Bar, the cultural heart of Dublin. April 3 Nights from £78pp
A short break in Barcelona doesn’t need to be pricey and there are plenty of options for travellers on a budget. Wander through the streets of this magical city to discover amazing street art, breathtaking architecture and wonderful Spanish cuisine. This is a city of contrasts and as well as the hustle and bustle of the city centre, visitors can enjoy the golden sands of the beach, or relax by the waterfalls and fountains of the cities beautiful parks and gardens. May 3 nights from £59pp
This charming Bavarian city in the South East of Germany is an amazing destination for a short break. A centre of culture and history, Munich is a city with a friendly warm atmosphere with lots to see and do. Filled with impressive churches and palaces, with lots of parks and gardens, the city makes a refreshing change from other busy modern cities. A guided bike tour is a great way to see some of the main sites and find out some interesting facts about the city along the way. Munich is perhaps most famous for its beer halls and festivals, and no visit would be complete without making some new friends in the world famous Hoffbrauhaus. March 3 nights from £97pp
One of Europe’s oldest and most popular cities, Rome was once the home of the worlds most powerful empire. Incredibly, many of the buildings the Roman Empire created still stand. From the Colosseum, Parthenon and many more, Rome contains countless ancient marvels. Also to visit is the world famous Vatican city, the centre of Catholicism and a collection of impressive artwork. Food lovers will also satisfied with the highest quality Italian cuisine that can be found throughout the whole city. July 3 nights from £68pp
Poland is known for being one of the cheapest destinations in Europe, and the picturesque city of Krakow is an ideal choice. The beautiful architecture is something out of a traditional fairy tale, and every building has a great story to tell. While many visitors choose the larger capital of Warsaw to visit, Krakow is a refreshing change from busier cities. Be sure to visit the main market square and Old town to get the authentic Polish experience. April 3 nights from £95pp
Know any more great cheap destinations in Europe? Tell us in the comments below