The Strategist

Ten most popular destinations for tourists on a budget


04/10/2018 - 15:28



There is nothing better than going on vacation and not worrying about anything else. That is why many choose the "all-inclusive" system. There’s no need to worry about what to eat, where to swim and how to entertain yourself. Everything is included in the price you pay in advance.



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Experts of TravelSupermarket rated the cheapest all-inclusive system destinations. For comparison, the prices were chosen for the period from May 1 to September 30. Below are the 10 cheapest all-inclusive destinations.

10. Croatia, € 728 per person

Croatia's Adriatic coast and numerous islands are a popular destination for international tourism. This is a popular place among yachtsmen, divers and windsurfers. The tourist season on the Adriatic lasts from the second half of May to the beginning of October. As for remote regions of the country, Croatia's capital, Zagreb, the city of Varaždin with its well-preserved Baroque ensemble and the Plitvice Lakes national park are the most popular among tourists.

9. Cyprus, € 682 per person

Many beaches of Cyprus are awarded the Blue Flag of the European Union for environmental cleanliness and infrastructure. Most of them are municipal. Tourists may rent sunbeds and umbrellas. As for resorts of Cyprus, Ayia Napa is the center of club life and is focused mainly on youth. Families mainly choose Paphos and Protaras. Beaches of Limassol are covered with dark sand of predominantly volcanic origin, and white sand covers the beaches. The coast of Paphos is mostly rocky.

8. Portugal, € 682 per person

Portugal has some of the most beautiful cathedrals in the world and the perfectly preserved impregnable fortresses of the Moors and Crusaders. Visit the ancient cities and go back to the past, admiring the monuments of architecture. Lisbon is a city of steep climbs, bridges, unicast trams, beautiful squares and famous museums.

7. Egypt, € 594 per person

Tourism is one of the main profitable articles of Egypt. Therefore, the state contributes to the development of this industry in every possible way. Resort complexes on the sea coast, in the resort towns of Sharm El Sheikh, Hurghada, etc., are intensively built and modernized. Egypt has monuments of different epochs and civilizations: ancient Egyptian, Christian (Coptic), medieval Arab. There are numerous resorts for diving, surfing and similar hobbies near the Red and Mediterranean seas.

6. Greece, € 593 per person

Greece is visited by more than 20 million tourists annually. They bring about 15% of the country's gross domestic product. Greece attracts foreign visitors with its rich history and ancient traditions. But in recent decades, beach tourism has grown significantly. Mykonos and Santorini have long been one of the most popular island tourist destinations in the world.

5. Spain, € 574 per person

Spain is a country of flamenco and bullfighting. Ancient history, culture and favorable climatic conditions made it very popular with tourists. From April to early November, pleasant and warm weather stays throughout Spain. The ideal months for the visit are May, June and September.

4. Malta, € 554 per person

The main industry of Malta's economy is tourism. The flow of tourists to Malta is continuously growing. Malta is one of the world's largest centers for learning English and welcomes students from all over the world. Crafts Village is a popular souvenir market among tourists. It consists of many pavilions, where you can buy products of folk Maltese crafts.

3. Morocco, € 534 per person

The cities of Morocco seem to have come down from the pictures of a fairy tale about a thousand and one nights. It is impossible not to admire the architectural monuments with graceful carvings, the finest painting and decoration, beautiful mosaics. One of Marrakech’s sights are the main square of Jemaa el-Fnaa, the Koutoubia Mosque of the XII century, the Ben Youssef Madrasa of the 16th century and the Bahia Palace.

2. Turkey, € 531 per person

Tourism is one of the most important components in the Turkish economy. The industry has played an increasingly important role in recent decades. It employs about 2 million people (510 thousand directly, 1.5 million more in related industries). The country takes 6th place in the world among popular destinations among tourists. The developed network of internal transport allows moving comfortably in any part of the country

1. Bulgaria, € 525.19 per person

Tourism in Bulgaria is a significant share of the country's GDP. Most tourists visit the resort either in summer or winter in accordance with the season. The outlook for tourism development in Bulgaria is rosy, the country has both cultural and natural attractions. The Black Sea coast of Bulgaria is a popular area for beach tourism.

source: travelsupermarket.com