The European cities with the most free attractions have been revealed.
Rome, London and Paris topped the class, according to the report. new research From travel booking company Omio.
The Italian capital was number 1 when it comes to free tourism, offering free access to 553 attractions and 34 museums.
These include the Pantheon, Trevi Fountain and St. Peter’s Basilica.
The British capital is next, thanks to 95 free museums and 487 free tourist attractions.
Visitors can explore the Tate Modern, National Gallery, V&A, British Museum and Natural History Museum without spending a dime.
Meanwhile, tourists in the French capital can enjoy 27 free museums and 394 free attractions.
The famous Pere Lachaise Cemetery, the Museum of Modern Art, and the Sacre Coeur are just a few of the attractions that visitors can experience for free.
Attractions aren’t the only things that put a strain on a traveler’s wallet.
Omio looked at 12 different criteria to determine the best European cities for budget travelers, including activities, dining and infrastructure.
Beer prices, local transportation costs, the cost of dinner for two, and the number of free public drinking fountains were all considered when evaluating destinations.
A survey found that Grenada, Spain is the best city for those looking to save money, with an average beer priced at €2.19 and a 24-hour travel card priced at €1.23.
They were followed by Bruges in Belgium, Venice in Italy and Valencia in Spain.
The UK’s most valuable city was named Edinburgh at number five.
London boasts 1,394 free activities alongside the previously mentioned free museums and attractions, but high food, drink and transport costs keep it in 93rd place overall.
Best European cities for budget travelers
- grenada, spain
- Bruges, Belgium
- Venice, Italy
- Valencia, Spain
- Edinburgh, England
- Innsbruck, Austria
- Cambridge, UK
- Seville, Spain
- Malaga, Spain
- Florence, Italy