Longing to get away from it all but can’t quite go all out on the cost. Well, what about cities you might not have thought of before? Cities that are relatively inexpensive compared to London, Paris or Dubai but with so much to offer.
Rich with history, mysticism and cultural interest, we’ve selected five interesting and exotic cities with easy links to search for your next stay. Let all your tourist dreams come true this Spring!
Hanoi is one of the best places to visit if you have a desire to travel but money is tight. The capital city of Vietnam is rich in history and culture. Whether you are traveling with a loved one, friends, or have decided to hit the city solo – the beauty of Hanoi will not let you get bored.
This lucky city escaped the effects of war better than its neighbors and has now become a popular tourist destination. Home to many attractive destinations such as Vietnamese Women’s Museum, Temple of Literature, West Lake, Long Bien Bridge, and the Lotte Tower Observation Deck, this ancient city has made it to number one on our list of affordable tourist destinations.
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In 2014, the city of La Paz was dubbed one of the seven urban wonder cities – and for good reason. The Bolivian city of La Paz is one of the world’s most remarkable locales. At 3,650 m (11,975 ft) above sea level, La Paz is the highest former capital city in the world. Its cable car system is the world’s longest and highest, and offers stunning views of the city’s many vistas.
This popular tourist spot is also famous for its active nightlife, colorful and charming culture, and a number of outdoor attractions. It is also a huge shopping center where you can find really unique stuff at a steal price. Riding in an inexpensive teleferico – more commonly known as the cable car in other parts of the world – will enable you to witness all of these from a bird’s eye view.
La Paz was built in a canyon resulting from the flow of the Choqueyapu River – and the city pretty much follows this river. As you descend, the weather becomes milder and more favorable, and the prices slowly rise up. But even at the lowest point in this city, the price of everything is more manageable than most tourist destinations around the world.
Nearly 30 properties at reasonable rates await your arrival…search now for your next stay.
If you are a bookworm like us, Romania’s largest city and the capital should be on the top of your list of cities to visit. The beautiful city of Bucharest is home to one of the most impressive and lovely bookshops around the globe – the Carturesti Carousel. This cool bookshop, located in the middle of the city, stores a wide selection of books, stationery, and souvenir items for tourists. Just this one pretty store has made the city one of our favorite places to visit.
However, it is not to say that Bucharest lacks other spots that are worth visiting. Famous for its boulevards, amazing architecture, and the quality of life it offers, Bucharest was once known as ‘Little Paris of the East’.
If you are considering booking a flight to Bucharest, be sure to pay Grigore Antipa Natural History Museum, Victoriei Street, Cismigiu Gardens, Hanul Manuc, and the Spring Palace a visit.
Nearly 170 properties to choose from and so much to do…search now and travel before the summer heat sets in.
Who hasn’t wanted to go to Istanbul at some point? The capital city of Turkey is one of the most popular places for travelers and tourists. The city, where East meets West, attracts tourists from far off places. The beautiful mosques, busy and colorful bazaars, and the famous Turkish baths or hammams will not let you get bored for even a moment for the entire length of time you are in the city.
The most visited attraction of this city is the Sultan Ahmed Camii or the Blue Mosque. This beautiful piece of architecture can be seen from various points in the city. And, if you have a modest bargaining capability, you will find real treasures in the Egyptian Bazaar and the Grand Bazar for a ridiculously low price.
The street food, rest houses, and hotels- all make this city a perfect destination for those who do not want to part with a lot of money.
Over 200 properties to choose from in this Turkish city…search now for an exiting Springtime getaway!
If you have in mind is a trip that focuses on history, art, culture, and architecture, then Krakow is the destination for you. The old capital of Poland is truly a city where you can enjoy the ultimate tourism experience without denting your wallet.
The old city of Kraków houses many popular places that people, from around the world, come to see. These include Auschwitz Concentration Camp, Main Market Square, Schindler’s Factory, Wawel Castle, Wawel Cathedral, Wieliczka Salt Mine, Planty Park, Old Synagogue, Remuh Synagogue, and the Barbican.
It is rare for traveling to not cost you an arm and a leg, so when the opportunity presents itself, grab on to it with both hands. Most of the expense of a trip to a far-off place is the flight ticket. However, when you fly more, you save airline miles and these will cut down on your expenses by a great percentage.
Once you have that side of the trip sorted, the second major financial problem is where to stay. Big hotels around the world will make you pay until you bleed – so how do you go about fulfilling your desire to travel the world without going bankrupt?
More than 100 properties to stay and enjoy this ancient city…search now for your next adventure!