Here comes the holiday. Christmas is approaching and New Year is coming. Backpackers, families and couples must be busy planning vacations for the twelve days of the holiday, and unemployment benefits for about 2 million unemployed Americans will end this month. In fact, under the influence of the economic downturn, the entire world is still in a difficult position.
When London, Paris, Switzerland or New York seem to be under-budgeted, cheap resorts can be used for rescue. From Jamaican beaches in the Caribbean to Christian shrines, there are some exotic places to choose from for those looking for a cheap vacation this holiday. Here is a list of the 8 cheapest destinations for your Christmas holidays.
Beach vacations in Negril, Jamaica
With a coastline of seven miles, Negril is a beach resort on the Caribbean island of Jamaica. Cheap accommodation facilities, food, drinks and shopping are the reasons why this place is becoming more and more popular among students. This place is full of holiday homes, actually houses for tourists to rent, much cheaper than hotels. In fact, Negril's beaches have been ranked as the ten cheapest beach resorts by many travel magazines around the world. Indulge in snorkeling, swimming, hanging out on the beach and playing in the waves, or enjoy your holiday night in Negril's beachside restaurant with beer and wine. Popular hotels in Negril include White Sand and Rockhouse for as low as $ 75 per night.
Egypt Red Sea Holiday
Nima Bay, Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt ’s Red Sea resort; Reuters / Aladin Abdel Naby In addition to the pyramids of Giza, there are many places to explore in Egypt. Attractions such as Ain El Sokhna, Dahab, Madinat Makadi, Marsa Alam, Safaga, Taba, Sharm El Sheikh assure guests of a unique experience of the beauty of the Red Sea, mountains, coral reefs and aquatic life-think of it as unusual in the sun, the beach And mummy land is planned for the holidays. Egypt is quickly becoming the cheapest resort choice among travelers. During the holidays, there are many cheap cruise ships along the Nile.
Hungary is a landlocked country in central Europe and one of the cheapest holidays in Europe. Compared to the rest of Europe, trains are the cheapest, geese are cheaper, and high-quality wines are cheaper. Holidays in Hungary will definitely reduce dining expenses. Central Europe's largest lake Balaton near Siófok is a must-see in Hungary. If history interests you, explore Budapest, the capital of monuments. On Vorosmatry Square, one of Europe's best Christmas markets also happens to be in Budapest. If you are looking for some warmth in winter, it is recommended to experience a typical Hungarian cave experience in Miskolctapolca. The average holiday in Hungary costs about $ 60 per day.
North Africa's Morocco offers some of the cheapest budget hotels on the edge of the Western Sahara, along the Atlantic and Mediterranean coastlines. Train transportation is also cheaper than in Europe. Morocco is one of the cheap destinations for a dessert tour in the Sahara desert, looking for Jebel Toubkal, the highest peak in North Africa, and crossing some of the country's ancient Medina [walled cities].
Romania borders Hungary, the Black Sea borders the coastline, and Romania offers you historical holidays with monuments and castles. However, the country's vast topography also makes it a must-see for skiing, hiking and adventure trails. Valea Prahovei and Poiana Brasov are popular attractions in winter. The hotel is not so cheap, but cheaper than the rest of Europe. It is recommended to travel by bus or train as taxis are more expensive here. The average daily value of a great vacation in Romania is $ 100.
The Czech Republic's most famous tourist center is another landlocked country in Europe, its capital, Prague. In addition, there are hot spring towns, mountain resorts, many castles and more places famous for bohemian culture. As far as budget travel is concerned, the Czech Republic's museums, historic sites, historical centers and ancient towns offer the best services. Group tickets for trains and bus trips are cheaper. Thanks to the bar's low price, you can fully enjoy Prague's nightlife. more importantly? Beer is a national drink, which is cheaper than water.
Thailand is the cheapest country. You can even spend $ 30 a day on value-for-money travel. Thailand offers many vacation experiences, from beaches in Pattaya, shopping in Bangkok to elephant rides in Surin, Golden Temple , Historical monuments and more.
Bethlehem Holy Land
What better Christmas holiday than Jesus' birthplace? According to the Bible's New Testament, Bethlehem is a Palestinian city that is usually visited by tourists during the festival when they visit the Nativity Church. Bethlehem is about 10 kilometers from Jerusalem, Israel, and offers a cheap taxi service. The average daily consumption of Bethlehem is US $ 100, making it an ideal base for visiting the ancient city of Jerusalem's World Heritage Site. Recently, Israel and Palestine agreed to arrange tourists before the holiday season, which added value to travel.