These are 2016’s most affordable European city break destinations, according to research by the Post Office. It compared the total cost of 12 common holiday purchases, including hotel accommodation, a dinner for two and transfer from the airport).

In the first position we find Warsaw – the capital of Poland. According to calculations, a weekend for two in the Polish capital will cost around 150 euro.

The cheapest city in Europe for tourists:
1. Warsaw
2. Krakow
3. Vilnius
4. Prague
5. Athens
6. Riga
7. Lisbon
8. Budapest
9. Moscow
10. Dubrovnik

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