The cheapest cities in Europe for a spring break

Summer is just around the corner, but before planning your dream holidays in some paradisiacal beach, we suggest you enjoy the last weekend break to any of these lovely European Cities. Forget about Spain and its idyllic beachfront cities like Barcelona. For spring, consider visiting beautiful European cities.

The arrival of good weather and pleasant temperatures invites you to go out and enjoy the sunny days. And is that spring is an ideal time to enjoy cheap weekend breaks. For this reason, we propose you a fabulous getaway at any of the cheapest cities in Europe. We have selected these cities based on the most attractive rates published in Trivago. Are you ready to check them out? Don’t miss the opportunity to spend unforgettable holidays at any of these cheapest cities in Europe for spring break.

The cheapest cities in Europe for a spring break

Saint Petersburg (Russia)

Firstly, we suggest you visiting Saint Petersburg. Travelling at this time to this Russian city is a fabulous opportunity to discover the history and culture of a great country through its palaces, churches and museums at affordable prices. According to Trivago, the average rate per standard double room costs around 30£. Art lovers will find in St. Petersburg one of the best art galleries in the world. Furthermore, Saint Petersburg features a fabulous Hermitage Museum. This museum is home to a unique collection of sculpture, graphic works, coins, medals and archaeological remains.

Sofia (Bulgaria)

The Bulgarian capital is renowned for its interesting cultural offer, whose events usually take place at the National Palace of Culture, the largest congress centre in Eastern Europe. Characterised by a rich influence from both the East and the West, Sofia, the third oldest city on the continent, features fabulous art galleries, cafes, and historical buildings such as the Alexander Nevsky church. Its large array of accommodation and its affordable prices makes of Sofia a very attractive destination.

Moscow, (Russia)

In the past few years, Moscow has become one of the most demanded destinations in the world. In this city coexisting buildings of the communist era, historic monuments and modern skyscrapers. During spring, Moscow offers low prices on accommodation, a standard room can cost around 50£.

Belgrade (Serbia)

Belgrade, one of the oldest cities in Europe, is considered one of the most attractive travel destinations in the world. The city is affordable, a standard room can cost you around 50£. Belgrade is famous for its bohemian character as well as its vast array of cultural offer. The San Sava Temple, Bajrakli Mosque, synagogue, the fortress of Kalemegdan and the Danube are some of its many attractions.

Riga (Latvia)

Riga features a beautiful medieval centre of cobblestone streets and historic buildings, some of them rebuilt after World War II. The Town Hall and its square, Casa de las Cabezas Negras, the cathedral or the church of San Pedro are the most demanded attractions in the old town. However its new city worth a mention. Built in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, the city features impressive modernist buildings.

Krakow (Poland)

The latest proposal is Krakow. Unlike Warsaw, this city has remained intact throughout the ages. Of particular interest is the Market Square, Wavel’s Cathedral and Castle, Planty Park and the Oskar Schindler Factory, where Steven Spielberg’s Schindler’s List was shot. Those interested in art and culture should visit the Jewish quarter of Kazimierz, which has many examples of Gothic and Baroque architecture.

Here our selection with the cheapest cities in Europe for a Spring Break, tell us what do you think about this selection. Comment!