A trip to Europe, or even the US, is almost always more popular than a visit to the Asian continent, but that doesn’t mean you can’t make the most of your trip by staying in a European country.
In fact, most of the countries on the list below are popular destinations for European travelers, especially the UK, where the average tourist spending time in the country is a whopping $1,200 per year.
The UK is one of the most expensive places in the world to visit, and many people can’t afford to spend the $1k+ to stay in a nice hotel in a cosmopolitan city, so it’s not a bad idea to plan ahead.
If you’re considering going to Europe and can’t find a place close to London or the UK in the city you want to visit in Europe, check out these destinations that can offer more affordable stays in Europe.
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If the UK is your first destination, then you’re probably looking for a hotel or a resort.
The average hotel in London is the most popular destination in Europe with $1.9k per night, which is just over half of the average of $2.2k per day.
The hotel industry is booming in the UK and its been estimated that there are more than 200,000 hotels on the books, with prices starting from just under $1 per night.
A hotel in England costs just under a third of the per-night cost of a hotel in the US and costs around $3,000 a night.
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