£54 - £146
|CHEAPEST COUNTRY IN EUROPE||Turkey||43% cheaper||Hotels in Turkey are the cheapest in Europe at just £54 per night on average|
|MOST EXPENSIVE COUNTRY IN EUROPE||Switzerland||36% more expensive||Switzerland has the highest priced hotels in Europe with rooms averaging £146 per night|
|MOST POPULAR COUNTRY IN EUROPE||Spain||61% more users visited||More momondo users search for hotels in Spain than any other country in Europe|
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You will be spoilt for choice when booking hotels in Europe – there are so many options to consider. From Copenhagen to Rome and Porto to Budapest, you can immerse yourself in different parts of history in Europe’s timeline. Visit southern Europe for the sunshine as well as the ancient culture and book hotels in eastern Europe for beautiful cities like Tallinn, Riga and Dubrovnik. If you are looking for a city with a good public transport system that is easy to navigate, consider Madrid, which has a broad network covering the city and linking it to the airport. Consider staying in a cheaper hotel outside the centre but on the airport metro line - A&Z Javier Cabrini in the Hortaleza district is a good option. Paris has a well-linked metro and train network and, with its location in Europe, is a good place to travel via train to various other countries in the region. Amsterdam, with its iconic tram network, is another city that is easy to get around.
Europe has monuments and sights to satisfy every interest and booking European hotels through momondo will allow you to stay near some of these sights. In Barcelona, the Basílica de la Sagrada Família stands majestically over the city. Book hotels in the neighbourhood of Eixample to see the Eurostars Monumental, which is within walking distance of the Basilica. Visit Rome to see the Vatican and the Sistine Chapel, staying nearby at the Hotel Adriatic, which is centrally located and an easy walk from Vatican City. In the Czech Republic, the Charles Bridge spanning the Vitava River in Prague is a favourite free spot to take in city views. Prague Castle and St Vitus Cathedral stand out on the city skyline. Stay at the Hotel Residence Green Lobster, and you will be a short walk from the castle. While you pay a fee to get into the castle, the surrounding gardens are free to visit.
Berlin has a reputation of having some of the best nightlife in Europe – from techno to hipster clubs, you will have your pick of genres. If techno is your vibe, stay in the Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg district at a hotel such as the Hotel Plus Berlin, where Warschauer Straße with its techno clubs, the famous Berghain for instance, and live music venues can be found. Belgrade is another hotspot for night owls with two clubbing seasons – summer events occur on the banks of the River Danube with clubs like the famous Freestyler. When winter comes, the indoor clubs claim their stake in the nightlife of the city. Foodies book yourselves a hotel in San Sebastian in Spain – from Michelin-starred restaurants to cheaper pintxos (tapas) bars, where you can immerse yourself in the flavours of the region. Palermo is another possibility with options from upmarket restaurants to traditional street food. Find cheap hotels in Europe and make sure you save your budget for dancing and dining to your heart’s content.
Book a hotel in Europe and soak up some European culture and history. Such as that of Lisbon, with its Castelo São Jorge overlooking the city and the river. Stay at the Solar do Castelo hotel within the castle walls or stay in the São Bento neighbourhood near Jardim da Estrela and the Basílica da Estrela, both of which are free to enter. Salzburg, the birthplace of Mozart, has both free and paid attractions for visitors. Take a look around Mozart’s residence, a museum showcasing the life of this composer or wander through Mirabelle Gardens and Salzburg old town for free. Art lovers can head to Paris for the Louvre and the Galeries Nacionales du Grand Palais, or Amsterdam, which is another city filled with art galleries – Rijksmuseum and Van Gogh Museum, to name but two. These attractions have a fee but are well worth the visit.
The most popular destinations in Europe are London (80% more often visited by momondo users), Blackpool (43% more often visited by momondo users), and Manchester (27% more often visited by momondo users). These cities are great options when planning your trip to Europe.
The cheapest destination for travellers looking to go to Europe is Ankara, which is 94% cheaper than the average price of a hotel in Europe. The average nightly rate for a hotel in Ankara is £6. Those looking for alternatives to Ankara can take a trip to Thornton Heath or Datça as well.
Nightly hotel rates in Thornton Heath are typically just £15, which is 87% below the average price of hotels in Europe.
If you’re more interested in Datça, you can get a hotel there for around £17 per night, which is 85% cheaper than Europe’s average.
The average price for a hotel room in the entire area of Europe is £110/night. momondo would consider any price under that to be a cheap rate for our users.
If you’re looking to visit a country in Europe that is usually on the cheaper side, consider visiting Sweden (£102/night on average), Cyprus (£102/night on average), and Netherlands (£105/night on average). These are the cheapest countries in Europe to book a hotel in.
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