In 2017, Portugal was ranked the less expensive holiday destination.
Here, you can get the quality you’ve always desired and your money can really go the extra mile.
i) You can eat delicious traditional Portuguese meals for under 10€. Portions are often so massive that you could share a meal.
ii) On average, a beer costs 1€, a late-night ice-cream can cost 5€ and a coffee (expresso) 0.70€
iii) Portuguese hostels are cheaper than others. They are family-friendly and are equipped to help you feel at home.
This year’s HOSCAR Awards placed 5 Portuguese medium-sized hostels on the top 10 best medium-sized hostels of the world list, three of which hold the top 5 spots. You can stay in these hostels for as little as 16€ per night.
iv) Today, almost every airline offers a direct flight to Portugal, which not only makes your trip less stressful, but also more affordable.