Tirana among 6 cheapest European capitals, but most costly of the Balkans according to Matador

Tirana among 6 cheapest European capitals, but most costly of the Balkans according to Matador

 Europe is cheap, according to the travel portal Matador Network. In an article dedicated to the cheapest capitals in Europe, Tirana is the 10th most cheapest, respectively among the 6 cheapest European capitals. But, on the other hand, it is the most expensive in the Balkans.

According to Matador, Skopje is the cheapest in Europe. In the capital of our neighbor Macedonia, the hotel averages 62.91 USD / night; a meal cost averaged $ 9.50, a $ 1.9 beer, and a $ 0.48 dollar taxi per 1 km.

Tirana among 6 cheapest European capitals, but most costly of the Balkans
The second cheapest city in Europe results in Prishtina. "It is difficult to determine any specific reason why someone will have to visit Pristina, but there are some of the best cafes in Europe and the second most cheapest, $ 1.17. It is also home to one of the few really important examples of brutal architecture, with the National Library of Kosovo. It is a series of blocks covered with metal sheet, giving the appearance of a fortress rolled into a network of insects from the outside and has almost the in-prison feeling inside. It's called the most ugly library in the world, but for fans of unique architecture, it's definitely an indispensable visit "- is said in this portal for Pristina, for which the accommodation costs, taxis and food, is cheaper than in Tirana .

The third cheapest city is again in the Balkans, it is Montenegro's Podgorica.
The Accommodation costs an average of $ 67, a $ 14.5 meal, a $ 1.47 beer, and a $ 0.53 taxi per 1 km.

For Tirana, according to Matador calculations, the prices are respectively: Hotel: $ 76.16; a meal: $ 12.87, a beer 1.39 dollars and a km taxi $ 0.92.
Tirana among 6 cheapest European capitals, but most costly of the Balkans
The most expensive capital in Europe is estimated in Monaco, with a hotel night of 456.55 dollars, more expensive than any other city. The second most expensive is Reykjavik in Iceland and the third, Dublin in Ireland.

Matador calculations are based in Wanderu - a country dedicated portal to finding cheap tickets and trains - which has seen prices for all sorts of things in every European capital: hotels, food, beer, taxi, museum admission, public transport, even coffee.
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