10 Cheap Holiday Spots Every Student Should Consider This Summer
Whilst you’re surely revising, you can’t stop thinking about your summer holidays. You and your friends want to travel for cheap but have no idea where to go. As a student, your budget is pretty limited – but don’t let that stop you, there are place you can still afford.
1. Corfu, Greece
The current economic climate has made Greece one of the cheapest destinations to visit. Return flight tickets to Corfu cost generally less than £150, and prices are extremely low there. You’ll be able to party every night in the favourite city of European students during summer.
2. Salou, Spain
Similarly to Greece, Spain needs tourism more than ever right now. Salou is a balnari station situated in Catalonia and is a popular destination for students. Also, Barcelona is only an hour away.
3. Lisbon, Portugal
Lisbon is another place where you won’t spend a lot. In the Portuguese capital, you can either explore the cultural sites of the city, or go perfect your tan on the beaches.
4. Amsterdam, Netherlands
Only one hour from the UK, the Netherlands offers an exciting and memorable experience. Staying in Amsterdam is really cheap and hostels are pretty cozy – and you won’t be short of things to do there.
5. Munich, Germany
Munich is another cheap destination. Return tickets are general under £150. Going to Germany is the occasion to drink large pints of beer and eat the best sausages of your life.
6. Zagreb, Croatia
If you choose to go to Zagreb, you will discover some of the greatest exotic landscapes you can find in Europe.
7. Sofia, Bulgaria
Another capital to visit is Sofia, where you can visit the Maksimir park and go see the exceptional lakes.
8. Budapest, Hungary
Budapest is increasingly popular with students and is quite cheap if you plan on going well in advance. There, you have the possibility to visit museums and the parliament building for free if you are European.
9. Marrakech, Morocco
If you want to go out from Europe without spending too much, then Marrakech is the destination you should choose. To save money, it is recommended to buy everything you need in the souks.
10. Istanbul, Turkey
Finally, return flight tickets to Istanbul can go for around £150. You will explore the most multicultural city in the world and will be able to visit different religious monuments.
Students can explore too.