In a Skyscanner study to find best-value destinations, Germany, surprisingly, came straight in at number two. This may not include obvious city-break destinations (Berlin, for instance, isn't that cheap) but Düsseldorf is a more affordable option - especially concerning accommodation - and when you visit, the Frank Gehry building Neuer Zollhof (pictured) is a must-see.
If you want something more rural, hiring a villa near the Black Forest gives you the best of both worlds - spectacular scenery and efficient infrastructure.
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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