If you want an excellent view of the Mediterranean but have little in your pocket, then Italy is the place to be. South West Italy is has a lot of places to see starting with the Roman and Greek ruins. Rooms in the Pamphylia region are as low as $20 for a shared motel.
Bulgaria ranks among the best value destinations in Europe. Apart from being an incredibly safe place, it is home to fantastic neo-Rococo and neo- Baroque architecture. There are also numerous cultural points of interest that will leave you yearning for more. Bulgaria ranks as one of the countries with cheap accommodation, food and drinks.
The Asian country has some of the best fun sites to see in the world. While you see Angkor Wat, you are assured of cheap accommodation and travel. You can rent a bicycle at $2, and in Siem Reap, dorm rooms are as low as $3 per night.
4. San Juan, Puerto Rico
San Juan is easily among the most underrated places for people looking to make savings and at the same time travel. The Caribbean city is full of charm, good restaurants and great places to see. The best part is that you can use the American currency to pay for services and commodities without any extra cost.
Such cities as Riga in Latvia are fast growing in popularity thanks to its buildings that look as if they are straight from a fairy tale. Souvenirs in Riga Central Market are as cheap as they come. Frankly speaking, you can spend as little as $100 for your entire visit.
When talking about the cost of luxuries, Honduras is cheaper than its neighbor, the Puerto Rico. Honduras retains its rural charm despite the rapid growth of resorts. Move around cheaply as you enjoy low priced cocktails and rest in urban-cool beaches with numerous snorkeling sites.