10 Incredible Places Around The World That Are Relatively Cheap To Visit

It's no secret that traveling is expensive, but not every destination is as pricey as you might think. There are plenty of places all over the world where you can stick to a pretty tight budget and still have an amazing time. Since getting there is often the most expensive part, keep an eye out for cheap flights and choose your destination based on where you can get a good deal.

1.Hungary

Hungary
Hungary is a great way to visit Europe on the cheap. The country's capital, Budapest, has plenty of activities, from churches and markets to hikes and bike trails. The nightlife here can get pretty wild, but you'll never spend more than $15 on a night out.

Meals: $10 per day
Lodging: $10 per night

2. Nicaragua


Nicaragua
Of all the countries in Central America, this one is the most budget-friendly. It's slowly getting more and more popular, and it's easy to see why. Adventurers can go hiking, diving, and surfing, or you can just chill on the beach and explore small cities.

Meals: $7 per day
Lodging: $10 per night

3. Taiwan

Taiwan
What makes Taiwan such a budget-friendly destination is the food. Street food can be found all over cities like Taipei and Tainan — a heaping plate will set you back less than $2. Shopping and transport can be a bit pricey, but it's balanced out by food and accommodation costs.

Meals: $5 per day
Lodging: $10 per night

4. Thailand

Thailand

The heavenly Thai islands are a popular backpacker destination but don't miss out on visiting the north of the country. Chiang Mai is an awesome city with plenty to do. Rent a motorbike for $10 a day and head into the mountains for some hiking, or stay in the city and check out the temples and markets. Street food here is plentiful and extremely inexpensive.

Meals: $5 per day
Lodging: $5 per night

5. Estonia

Estonia
Estonia (and nearby Latvia and Lithuania) is a great place if you want to visit the north of Europe — without the hefty prices of the Nordic countries. A lot of the country is forested, so you can spend plenty of time hiking, biking, and camping. The capital, Tallinn, is a charming city on the coast with a wonderful Old Town.

Meals: $10 per day
Lodging: $10 per night

6. Cambodia

Cambodia
A trip to Cambodia will be a mix of big cities, ancient culture, small towns, and gorgeous nature. Some touristy things — like Angkor Wat and diving trips — are kinda pricey, but day-to-day costs like food and transport are dirt cheap.

Meals: $5–$10 per day
Lodging: $7 per night

7. Mexico

Mexico
Mexico is ginormous, and you can spend a good couple of months hitting up the whole country. The capital is always fun if you like big cities, then head to Riviera Maya for beaches and Mayan ruins. Spend some time in the state of Oaxaca, with its incredible cuisine, surfing, and culture.

Meals: $5–$10 per day
Lodging: $10 per night

8. Morocco

Morocco
Morocco is always at the top of lists for budget-friendly places to visit. Marrakech is a wonderful, colorful city that's worth a couple of days. Be sure to visit other towns like Fez and Chefchaouen, and spend some time exploring the Sahara. It's worth splurging on good-quality tours with the money you save on accommodations.

Meals: $10 per day
Lodging: $7 per night

9. Indonesia

Indonesia
Most travelers to Indonesia head straight to Bali, and for good reason. It's epically inexpensive, and if you keep it simple, you could probably get by on $10 a day, including lodging. But don't skip out on other locations like the idyllic Gili Islands, or the relatively less-traveled West Nusa Tenggara region.

Meals: $5 per day
Lodging: $7 per night

10. Albania

Albania
If you want a summer getaway to Europe but don't have the money for Italy or the Greek islands, Albania is the answer. The small beach towns are chilled out with plenty of local restaurants and hostels, or you could head inland for hiking in the mountains.

Meals: $7 per day
Lodging: $10 per night