Baku. 14 July. REPORT.AZ/ Warsaw is the cheapest city in Europe for tourists.
Report informs referring to the Russian TASS, ranking of the cheapest European cities for tourists, drawn up by The Telegraph says.
In Warsaw, according to the calculations of Britons, weekend for two will cost 131 pounds sterling. In the second place is Krakow with 143 pounds, the third - Vilnius (145 pounds), the fourth - Prague (150 pounds), the fifth - Athens (159.5 pounds), the sixth - Riga (162 pounds), the seventh - Lisbon (163 pounds), the eighth - Budapest (166 pounds).
A comparison was carried out on 12 parameters (the cost of a double room for the weekend in a three-star hotel, the cost of visiting the most popular attractions, the cost of dinner for two, the cost of transfer from the airport, and etc.).
The rating includes 35 most popular cities of tourists.