Visiting European countries is an opportunity to get to know them better, get imbued with history, get to know the inhabitants and learn the local cuisine. But not everyone has the opportunity to buy a tour to one of these states, therefore, they are looking for ways to have an inexpensive vacation there.
Buy tickets yourself. Moreover, in the case of air tickets, this must be done at least six months in advance. Remember that the earlier you book and pay for your seat on the plane, the cheaper it will cost you. Another option is to keep an eye on the various promotions from air carriers, which sometimes get extremely generous.
Try to go to the country you need not from your own, but from a neighboring one. For example, sometimes a ticket from Moscow airport costs twenty thousand rubles, and from Kiev - five. In this case, it makes sense to take a train or car ride to the capital of a neighboring state. The reason for this difference lies in the difference in the list of carrier airlines (in the same Ukraine, there is Ryanair, a company known for inexpensive tickets, but not in Russia).
Stay not in hotels, but in hostels or rented apartments. A double room in European countries will cost you about fifty euros, and in countries such as Belgium or Sweden - from seventy. For a hostel, you will have to pay from fifteen to thirty euros per night, prices for apartments are different in all countries, but the total amount, unless you want a spacious studio, will still come out less than for a hotel.
Prepare in advance for sightseeing in order not to use the services of the guides. Various excursions will cost you another hundred or two euros. In order to save them, buy a travel guide and carefully study all the possible places that you can visit. From it you will also learn the history of the object.
Eat in restaurants and cafes away from attractions and the coastal area. It is here that the institutions with the highest prices are located, therefore, the further you are from them, the cheaper lunch or dinner will cost.