Early summer is one of the cheapest times to travel to Europe. If you've been to the major cities like Paris or London, or if you are just looking to explore someplace different, these five cities are cheap to stay in and full of historic sites and adventures.


1.Copenhagen, Denmark- $178 a night


On the coastal of islands of Zealand and Amager, Copenhagan is leaned to Malmo in southern Sweden by the Öresund Bridge. Explore Frederiksstaden, an 18th-century rococo district to see the royal family’s Amalienborg Palace, or take a trip to Christiansborg Palace and the Rosenborg Castle to see luscious gardens and crown jewels. Buy now


2.Madrid, Spain - $147 a night


Often overlooked for Barcelona – Madrid is equally romantic and exciting. Home to elegant boulevards, expansive shopping centers such as the portico lined Plaza Mayor and the famous Prado Museum, Madrid has more to offer than meets the eye. Stroll through manicured parks such as the Buen Retiro, wander through the Royal Palace and top each day off with a forkful of flavorful paella and a sip of vino. Book now

3.Prague, Czech Republic - $91 a night

Bisected by the Vltava River, Praque is known as “the City of a Hundred Spires.” Explore colorful baroque buildings, Gothic churches and the iconic medieval Astronomical Clock. Stroll across the pedestrian Charles Bridge, lined with statues of catholic saints, or immerse yourself in Czech culture with hearty dinner at a local classic tavern. Book now

4.Budapest, Hungary - $101 a night

Dive into Hungary’s capital. Bisected by the River Danube the 19th-century Chain Bridge connects the hilly Buda district with flat Pest. Get your camera ready for Roman ruins of the Aquincum Museum, Heroes’ Square and Statue Park, and Trinity Square which is home to 13th-century Matthias Church and the turrets of the Fishermen’s Bastion, which offer stunning views. Book now

5.Krakow, Poland - $188 a night

Located in the south of Poland, Krakow is known for its medieval core and Jewish quarter. Travel back in time as you walk through the city’s medieval walls, centered on the expansive Rynek Glówny (market square). Here you can see Cloth Hall, a renaissance-era trasing outpost and a 14th-century Gothci Church, St. Mary’s Basilica. Book now