Do you want to enjoy an extremely fun, low-cost vacation? Experts expect travel costs to rise in 2018, with airfares expected to rise by 3.5% and hotel prices by 3.7%. But don’t worry — you are in the right place to learn how to get a great vacation within your limits and budget. All you need to know is the right place to visit, which is exactly what we’re going to discuss today!
We went through used a long list of travel experts and insiders to find out the best travel companies, and checked out many travel websites that offer cheap travel costs worldwide. Here is a list of the best places to visit in 2018, for extremely reasonable prices.
Albufeira has a beautiful climate, wonderful beaches and cheap hotels, and there are more than 100 different restaurants and night clubs to choose from. It also has a charming old town with traditional Portuguese streets and squares right in the city’s heart. The food and beverage prices here are very reasonable. And because summer is the busiest time, I would personally prefer to visit this city in the spring, when the weather is nice and sunny, there are fewer tourists and hotel prices are extremely cheap.
You can also easily reach nearby cities such as Loulé, with its famous market and Portuguese culture. Head north of Lagos to see the “Ponta da Piedade” with its magnificent towering red rock formations.
Zanzibar may look expensive at a first glance, but it’s actually much cheaper than you think, not to mention it is EXTREMELY beautiful. You can take the ferry from mainland Tanzania to Zanzibar Island for only $35. There are many luxury resorts like Tulia Zanzibar and Melia Zanzibar here which you should definitely visit if you can.
This unique Caribbean island is half French and half Dutch, and was destroyed by Hurricane Irma. But it is now under reform. The famous Princess Juliana International Airport in St. Martin has been open since late October 2017.
Most of the island’s electricity has been restored, and many beaches, bars, restaurants and businesses have reopened. Because tourists are still afraid to take this journey, many hotels have discounted prices as well as the prices for Airbnb rentals, which are as low as $50 a night.
Naples has earned its well deserved spot as one of the most beautiful tourist destinations in the world, with many travelers rushing to see this stunning southern city. Naples is one of the oldest cities on the European continent, and it is filled with cultural sights and interesting monuments, from seaside castles to underground catacombs, showing the beautiful Baroque architecture and a large collection of contemporary art.
It is also home to the famous Italian pizza, which you can buy for less than 4 euros. Enjoy views of the Bay of Naples and Mount Vesuvius. UNESCO has recently included Neapolitan pizza making as part of the World Heritage List.
Surrounded by huge stone walls this beautiful city can be very hard to resist to, with its glowing charm of the old world and the city’s limestone streets, giving it a cool feeling during the hot summer days.
The houses and monuments here are well preserved and some of the best tourist attractions are the Church of St Blaise, the Sponza Palace and the Gothic Rector’s Palace. These make for an ideal trip when you visit the island along the Adriatic coast. Also, if you get a chance to visit this place you definitely don’t want to miss the beautiful medieval fortresses!
Santa Fe is, without a doubt, the go-to place for nature lovers, art lovers and spa seekers. Surrounded by natural beauty, the city’s roots go deep in the culture of Native Americans and the Spanish. It contains more than 250 restaurants, more than 300 art galleries and at least 100 boutique shops, and is home to dozens of festivals and exhibitions.
Some popular attractions include walking along Canyon Avenue and visiting a mile of art galleries. Here you will also find the oldest home in the United States, and the oldest church – The San Miguel Chapel. At the International Folk Art Museum, you can get a chance to see more than 130,000 pieces of art from more than 100 countries, for just $12.
Traveling across Central Asia is an adventure in many ways, and despite the slow cultural development, the culture and history here are unmatched. It is a combination of Persian and Soviet influence in terms of culture, food and religious sites, which are beautifully preserved in Samarkand and Bukhara. Uzbekistan also has incredibly affordable prices.