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The 10 cheapest cities in Europe for eating out are named

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

This team looked at average prices for cheap street food, a “normal” three-course meal, but also looked at fine dining restaurants to find the cheapest places to eat. The first two places were taken by the capitals of Eastern Europe, and the rest of the ranking may surprise the tourists a lot, as they are not at all known as places with cheap food.

Budapest, the capital of Hungary, topped the list – the average price of lunch there is only $5.6, fast food and street snacks will cost even less – no more than $8. Local specialists recommend that tourists try – langos, something remotely similar to deep-fried pizza, usually with cheese and sour cream; goulash, and kurteškalách for dessert – better known to 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

“Perhaps you will be surprised to see here such recognized expensive cities as Paris, but the French capital has many affordable options for street food, such as falafel,” – assure the compilers of the rating.

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