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10 European cities with the cheapest street food named

For tourists who love gastronomic adventures, but do not want to spend a lot of money on them, the 10 cheapest cities in Europe for eating out have been named. The rating, which was presented by the British newspaper Express, was compiled based on a study by a team of Sail Croatia experts.

The team looked at average prices for cheap street food, “regular” three meals a day, but also looked at fine dining restaurants to find out where the cheapest place to eat was. The first two places were taken by the capitals of Eastern Europe, and the rest of the rankings may surprise tourists a lot since they are by no means known as places with cheap food.

Topping the list is Budapest, the capital of Hungary – the average price of lunch there is only $56, and fast food and street snacks will cost even less – no more than $8. Tourists are recommended to try local specialties – langos, something vaguely similar to deep-fried pizza, usually with cheese and sour cream; goulash, as well as kurtoskalach for dessert – better known to our tourists under the Prague name truly.

In general, the rating looks like this:

  1. Budapest, Hungary
  2. Warsaw, Poland
  3. Barcelona, ​​Spain
  4. Paris, France
  5. Rome, Italy
  6. Madrid, Spain
  7. Amsterdam, Netherlands
  8. Dublin, Ireland
  9. Stockholm, Sweden
  10. London, Great Britain

“You might be surprised to see cities as expensive as Paris, but the French capital does have plenty of affordable street food options like falafel,” the rankings say.

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