Sunday, 15 April 2012

The World’s Cheapest Destinations 2012

Eastern Europe – a mixed bag, but a slight fall in the euro often translates to a big fall in currencies that haven’t converted, as in the Czech Republic and Hungary. Now’s a good time to go.

India – with the dollar at around 50 rupees, budget travelers are getting a lot for their money here. At the middle and high end though, forget it.

Indonesia – Outside of Bali,where a crush of tourists has led to increased prices across the board, a more favorable exchange rate is keeping prices in check.

Mexico – For the moment, this “honorable mention” country is actually  cheaper than it was in 2009 because of exchange rate changes. You need to leave the resort areas though and go inland.

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