This is the least expensive European city to visit this fall

If you’re thinking about a last-minute European getaway, but you’re short on cash, don’t worry. A new report has recently revealed the most affordable city in Europe to visit this fall.

While previous reports listed Vilnius, Lithuania, as the cheapest European destination, a visit to the Serbian capital of Belgrade will actually cost you much less. The news comes from a recent report called the Post Office Travel Money City Costs Barometer.

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A weekend trip to the city is expected to cost around $192. Food is inexpensive, with dinner for two costing around $40. While this deal doesn't include airfare, travelers can still get great deals on tickets for the upcoming autumn months.

According to The Lonely Planet, Belgrade outranked 45 other cities in the report, which took into account the prices for 3-star accommodations, as well as the average price of meals and activities.

Bratislava came in second as one of the cheapest cities, followed by Turin, Italy, Lyon, France and Krakow, Poland. Meanwhile, Amsterdam snagged the title as the most expensive European city, where a weekend trip is expected to cost around $684.

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