Another eastern European country to make our list is Serbia. This country struggled through the 90s during the Yugoslav War, but nevertheless is still an exciting place to visit. Belgrade, the country’s capital, is home to the largest Eastern Orthodox church in the world. Tour the country’s most historical citadel, Kalemegdan, for less than $1. Basic foods like soups and sandwiches are $2-$6. Dinner is between $8-$12. Public transportation around town is very cheap at less than $1. Belgrade also has a well-known nightlife scene. In the summer, docked boats on the Sava and Danube Rivers are turned into floating bars and clubs, hosting late-night parties with a VIP scene. It may sound posh (and it is), but there’s no entrance fee. Belgrade 3-star hotels are very decent, safe, and affordable, starting at $20/night. A room in a fancier 5-star joint can be found for under $100/night.
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