Our beautiful capital is the cheapest among 18 cities around the world, according to Post Office Travel Money.
According to a study carried out by Post Office Travel Money, Budapest is the cheapest cultural destination in the world, followed by Warsaw and Prague.
As part of their annual ‘cost of culture report’ and researchers compared the costs of museums, art galleries, landmarks, operas and classical concerts, looking for the best value. The study found that in Budapest it costs 68 euros to visit the National Gallery, the National Museum, Matthias Church, an opera at the Erkel Theatre, a ballet and a classical concert at the Müpa (Palace of Arts). Our capital is followed by the Polish capital Warsaw (EUR 103), and the beautiful Prague (EUR 112) as third.
Other cities with cheaper prices this year are Brussels, Amsterdam and London. The most expensive European city is Madrid, while New York was once again the most expensive city among the 18 in the survey with a visit to its six cultural attractions costing EUR 410.