7 cheap countries to travel to now

Bet you can't pick just one.

Travelling can be expensive, especially if you’re trying to explore places outside of the U.S. However, not every destination requires a huge budget. We’ve gathered the 7 most inexpensive countries to travel to and stay in this year, from Greece to Mumbai.


1.Seim Reap, Cambodia - $49 a night


Located in Southeast Asia, Cambodia is quickly becoming a recognized country on the travel scene for backpackers and luxury seekers alike. This resort town is a gateway to the ruins of Angkor and home to the Khmer kingdom from the 9th- 15th centuries. Marvel at intricate stone bildings and temples and mysterious stone face carvings or shop around Psar Chaa, an expansive market place selling everything from Cambodian delicacies to painted Buddha.Book now


2.Mumbai, India - $47 a night


Formerly known as Bombay - Mumbai, the largest city in India, is situated on the west coast. Aside from visiting the Taj Mahal, the iconic Gateway of India stone arch is a must-see when traveling to India. You won’t even have to leave a huge budget for spending money as the designer shops found here have inexpensive prices and authentic Indian food will only cost you a few bucks.Book now

3.Cape Town, South Africa - $121 a night

Located on the coast of South Africa, Cape Town sits on a peninsula beneath Table Mountain. Climb on a rotating cable car to the mountain’s flat top to see sweeping views of the city or spend time in the busy harbor. Visit the notorious prison that once held Nelson Mandela, now a living museum. Book now

4.Dublin, Ireland – $180 a night

Getting to Ireland has become relatively cheap in the past few years. Dublin, the capitol, sits on the east coast at the mouth of the River Liffey. See historic buildings including Dublin Castle, St. Patrick’s Cathedral or explore the national museum to learn about Irish heritage and culture. Of course, you can always duck into a pub and grab a pint of Guinness for cheap!Book now

5.Athens, Greece – $129 a night

The heart of Ancient Greece and the current capitol is actually a relatively cheap vacation spot. Explore ancient ruins and 5th-century BC landmarks, and Acropolis, the hilltop citadel that overlooks the entire city. For modern fun, visit first-rate museums, lively cafes and al fresco dining.Book now

6.La Paz, Bolivia - $105 a night

This South American city rests on the Andes’ Altiplano plateau and has the snow-capped Mt. Illimani as a backdrop. Ride the Mi Teleférico, an aerial cable car system for a breathtaking view and stroll through lively markets and colorful alleys to witness the Spanish influence of the city. Book now

7.Panama City, Panama - $80 a night

A modern city framed by the Pacific Ocean and the Panama Canal, Panama is a rising destination. It is home to a cobblestones historic center and colonial-era landmarks. Go sightseeing too the Palacio Presidential or explore food and wine at the café and bar lined bougainvillea-filled plazas.Book now