The euro is at an all-time low: we reveal the best places for a cheap - yet quality - holiday
"What the Eurozone can learn from Estonia" was the headline of a recent CNN World article, and it was referring to the fact that unlike other buckling nations, Estonia is booming 18 months after joining the euro, thanks to their austerity measures. Skyscanner has reported searches are up by 215%, and although Tallinn (pictured), once a much-loved destination of stags hoping for a cheap holiday, isn't as cut-price as it used to be, neither is it as expensive as Madrid or Rome. In fact, tourism has led to some cool restaurants and design shops opening beneath its medieval arches.
It may be the smallest of the Baltics, and while a 'good things in small packages' cliché can't be avoided, it is perhaps one of the most perfectly formed, with idyllic islands and unspoilt beaches, windmill sails turning in the breeze and clear lakes that reflect the sky.
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I have been to some of those destinations, one fact which is not mentioned in the article is although they are nice and untouched beaches ,but the northern countries ( Estonia, Belgium,...) are cold in summer, so it is not for swimming .with strong winds,one can just have fun flying a kite.
Poland is not cheap, taxi and beer are not essentials of a travel, hotels are. you dont expect people to sleep in the streets and get a taxi . do you?
half of MSN articles are just fake advertisements rather than a real giude. DISAPPOINTING.:(
For the price of going to a northern country go do a little trip of the Balkans. Croatia Montenegro Macedonia and Greece. All of these offer great food cheap accomodation and great weather.
A fantastic destination with something for everyone would recomend it for a cheap and sunkissed holiday
would not miss going at least once a year
go and enjoy the vibe of this fantastic country