Many people believe that vacations and trips will break their bank and drain their savings, but that isn't necessarily the case. Whether you're looking to vacation on a smaller budget or hoping to string together a few different locations on one trip, there are cities that have yet to experience the rising costs of popularity. Europe is home to so many different cultures, histories, and landscapes, and many people never get to experience them. Visiting some of the cheaper cities is a great way to discover adventures that most people miss out on.


1. Leipzig, Germany

There is no doubt that Germany is one of the most popular countries in Europe and possesses some of the continent's most breathtaking cities, making it a popular travel destination. Leipzig is Germany's hidden secret. In the city, historic and modern architecture interlace, creating a stunning aesthetic in the city's core. There are a number of gorgeous churches and monuments, as well as restaurants that were once market halls and meeting places. Fans of art might choose to visit the Panometer. This former gasometer is the home of the world's largest panoramas, some over 100 feet (30 meters) tall. Many of the city's attractions are free, and its tours are often inexpensive.

City of Leipzig, Leipzig, Germany Photo by Paul Kapischka on Unsplash

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