Are you thinking of putting on a backpack and heading out to discover a European city? We'll give you a hand: these are the ten cheapest European cities to spend a weekend in. It is worth noting the fact that Lisbon is in ninth place in this ranking, led by Krakow (Poland).
This comes from a study by Britain's Post Office Travel Money, which has used the costs of accommodation, public transport, museum entrance fees, meals, coffee and soft drinks to put together this list.
The big conclusion is that the cheapest European cities for a weekend break, spending less than 200 euro, are Krakow (Poland/188 euro), Vilnius (Lithuania/189 euro) and Riga (Latvia/197 euro).
These are the ten cheapest European cities to spend a weekend in:
Krakow (Poland): 188 euro
Vilnius (Lithuania): 189 euro
Riga (Latvia): 197 euro
Warsaw (Poland): 206 euro
Budapest (Hungary): 210 euro
Moscow (Russia): 228 euro
Prague (Czech Republic): 229 euro
Athens (Greece): 230 euro
Lisbon (Portugal): 239 euro
Lille (France): 240 euro
From the original Italian article Vacanza low cost? In Europa scegliete Polonia e città baltiche (La repubblica)