When it comes to a cheap country to visit, there are dozens to choose from, as you can see in this guide to find the cheapest travel destinations.
Here are the top cheapest places to visit and it’s worth noting that Vietnam is usually included on many lists as one of the cheapest places to go.
To be reasonable, however, this applies to a ton of different spots in Thailand outside of Bangkok yet assuming you're searching for an ensured fun time, Bangkok's your city. Try not to misunderstand me, it tends to be very chaotic, insane, and hyper yet the capital of Thailand is known for its conspicuous difference from the country's more laidback and flawless sandy seashores. Truly, there are bunches of experience (and without a doubt, misfortune) to be had in Bangkok (so you know, utilize your presence of mind) however if at any point you needed an uninhibited gathering experience very dissimilar to some other spot you've been to, Bangkok is the place where you should be.
The Balkan country is located between Romania and Turkey, providing excellent opportunities to see the spectacular countryside, from its mountains to its waterfalls, with amazing traditional towns and architecture, too. It also boasts a beautiful archipelago of coastlines.
Costs: £22 per night for a double room at backpacker accommodation.
Romania’s many castles and gorgeous parks are well worth a visit in this country, which is located between France and Bulgaria. Layers of history come to life in Bucharest, as well as Transylvania’s castle towns, and Maramureș’s rugged mountains, from the pristine lakes to the wine.
Costs: £21.38 per night for a double room at backpacker accommodation.
Croatia has a particularly interesting landscape, with white, craggy coasts dotted with traditional hillside villages. It has plenty of beaches and picturesque views, and local cuisine is rich and flavorful.
Costs: £21.67 per night for a double room at backpacker accommodation.
The land of ice and snow, this Eastern European country has more than 800 lakes. In the spring, mountains come to life with a range of beautiful wildflowers.
Costs: £20.61 per night for a double room at backpacker accommodation.
Poland has a wide range of historic towns and medieval villages and a wealth of natural beauty. The region has more than 200 castles and monasteries to explore, as well as crystal-clear lakes and forests that are home to herds of wild ponies.
Costs: £19.25 per night for a double room at backpacker accommodation.
The beautiful Swedish capital of Stockholm is a great place to visit, especially if you want to explore Gustav Adolf’s Torg, the Stockholm Art Museum, the Södermalm Island, and visit the Oseberg ship, an important Viking-age site. For nature lovers, Stockholm is a hotspot for hunting and hiking.
Costs: £18.23 per night for a double room at backpacker accommodation.
On the island of Malta, you will find fabulous ancient ruins and beaches, glorious lighthouses, an array of wildlife, and a variety of beautiful landscapes, including a natural reserve with a wealth of species.
Costs: £18.06 per night for a double room at backpacker accommodation.
Slovenia is perfect for outdoor enthusiasts. It is home to over 500 lakes and the largest alpine ski resort in the Alps. The country is home to half a million hectares of protected national parks and woodlands, and there is a wide range of activities, from fishing and sailing to walking and cycling.
Costs: £16.12 per night for a double room at backpacker accommodation.
Serbia is an underrated country for tourists, but this Central European country is a real gem. It has an abundance of dramatic landscapes, from marble-covered mountains to rivers and lakes to the peaceful Danube delta.
Costs: £15.78 per night for a double room at backpacker accommodation.
Thailand is a popular destination for British tourists, so this is not surprising to see them high up the list.
It is cheaper than China or Vietnam; however they are certainly not the cheapest place to visit, so it is worth checking out other cheaper destinations to try.
Malaysia has the added advantage of being an English-speaking country, which is an advantage for many travelers. Also, it is much more of an exotic place, as compared to Europe and North America.
Malaysia has some beautiful and affordable places to visit, such as Penang, and some other traditional seaside resorts such as Langkawi. The prices are also quite affordable and they are a great place to visit if you are on a budget.
The USA is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world and also one of the cheapest places to visit, according to the survey. We love the American way of life and the culture is so different, it can be quite an adventure when visiting the USA.
Some of the best places to visit are New York, Las Vegas, and Los Angeles.
Canada is a very popular tourist destination and this is another example of the amazing value for money you can find in Canada.
This is one of the most affordable countries to visit if you are planning on visiting in the summer months, as Canada offers great weather, but with some cheap accommodation, including camping.
Turkey is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world and one of the cheapest places to visit, as it is cheaper than Turkey. This makes it a very popular destination for British tourists, who will often visit on a budget, as they are looking for some bargain holidays.
Iceland is known for having some of the most incredible landscapes, and it is one of the cheapest places to visit and is one of the most unique places on the planet.
The prices of food and accommodation are so cheap in Iceland, that a typical meal for two will set you back just $22, whilst the average cost of accommodation is just $120.
One of the most popular places to visit for Australian tourists, Australia is certainly a cheap destination. Hotels and accommodation are often less than $200 a night, so you can get a great deal and relax and enjoy yourself.
Thailand is a popular destination for many Britons, and it is also a cheap and popular destination to visit, although it does get very busy at certain times of the year, such as the high season.
However, it is one of the most popular budget holiday destinations and offers great value for money.
Greece is an extremely popular and cheap destination for British tourists and the prices are some of the cheapest in Europe.
You will find cheap accommodation and plenty of cheap restaurants, as well as some exciting activities to try.
The food is cheap and good and you can usually drink the wine for under $5 a glass.
Mexico is often featured as one of the cheapest places to go on a budget holiday, so it is probably unsurprising to see them at the top of the list.
It’s easy to travel to Mexico from the UK and you can find cheap accommodation, as well as cheap food, and there are tons of cheap activities to do. This is also a very diverse destination and you can travel to different parts of the country, such as to more affordable Caribbean beach destinations or travel inland to explore the ancient ruins.