A descriptive guide to exploring the Cheapest Cities To Visit in Itly with tips about things to do and places to see.

When the word Italy comes to mind the thoughts that run are delicious pizza, tasty Italian meal, the coastline with splendid shiny water and the medieval architecture of Italy. Thus, there are many things that would attract you towards them and so here are some cities that are not that expensive to visit and explore.


It is basically an island group that comprises many beautiful islands and thus the coastline is home to the best beaches of Italy. They have white sand, crystal bluish water and an adorable view of the beach. One of its islands “Corfu” is also the UNESCO World Heritage site. the Ionian coast is connected with the strait of Messina and Tyrrhenian sea along with the strait Otranto. in medieval times the Ionian sea was the spot of many battels between grees and Rome what increases its beauty is that the iland receives adequate rainfall which makes it enriched for cypresses, olive groves, and flowers in springtime.


  • Food travel and sightseeing = 45 USD to 90 USD.
  • Flight: 334 USD to 808 USD economy class.
  • Staying: 76 USD to 101 USD per night at two or three-star hotels.
  • Food travel and sightseeing: 23 USD to 46 USD.
  • Flight: 334 USD to 808 USD economy class
  • Staying: 54 USD to 60 USD per night at a one-star hotel, or you can opt for a one-bed vocation renter at a price of 20 USD 40 USD.


Whenever it comes to a trip then something that comes to mind is food and no doubt that it is a food hub in itself with multiple options and is well known by its nickname as  ‘la dotta, la Rossa e la grassa’ where  La Dotta stands for (“the learned one”- for its famed university), La Grassa (“the fat one”- for its cuisine), and La Rossa (“the red one”- a reference to the red rooftops all around the city). Along with it, there are many stunning churches imbibing a lot of beautiful memories into them and some of them are Chiesa Della Santa which has the remains of Saint Catherine of Bologna who was one of those four women who were given special authority in Roman Catholicism. So, overall it is interesting to visit Bologna and will be in your budget too.

  • Average daily price for traveling: 148 USD.
  • The average price for one day meal: 36 USD.
  • Estimated room rental for a couple: 131 USD.


It is one of the southeastern Sicily’s UNESCO-listed city. It is well known for its affluent beauty and lavish architecture and most of its architectures were constructed in the eighteenth century which was designed in the Sicilian Baroque style and each of them has a different and unique creation. Examples to such creations are some cathedrals like Noto Cathedral which is dedicated to St. Nicholas of Myra and is a wonderful place to visit.

  • The average price for the seven-day trip: 1,425 USD for a solo traveler, 2,559 USD for a couple, and 4,798 USD for a family of four.
  • Staying prices: 55 USD to 229USD per night.
  • Transportation and traveling: 34 USD to 66USD per day per person.


It is a beautiful city with lovely ancient hilltop castles surrounded by the apple orchards, Alpine foothills and splendid beauty of mountains. You can start your trip by visiting the small and attracting Piazza Del Grano which takes you to the historic center of Merano, whenever we go on a trip we wish to have the fun of shopping within our budget and for the same, you can visit Via dei Portici where you can enjoy window shopping at small and long shops lying under the curvature of ancient buildings along with restaurants and sittings where you can relax yourself with a coffee. Altogether, it is one of the most interesting and must visiting cities in Italy.

The average price of seven days:

  • Solo trip: 1846 USD.
  • Couple trip: 3315 USD.
  • Family trip: 6215 USD.
  • The Average price for staying in Merano: Hotels- Average of 177 USD per night, and the rentals cost around 210 USD to 470 USD per night for the complete house.
  • Flights: Between 771 USD and 1,240 USD per person in economy class.


As its beauty resides in its name itself which means five villages or towns lying on the coast of Italy in the region of Liguria. They are basically pedestrian towns because as they are hilly and you may face a number of stairs many times so be active and healthy if you want to explore around and enjoy. It is also a nice place for hiking adventure as sometimes there are narrow paths which makes it more exciting as an adventure and the most important benefit of visiting here is that you not need to change your stayings to visit all five villages, just book one and roam around as they are close enough to one another.

  • Average daily price: 122 USD.
  • Meals: 37 USD.
  • Local transportation: 14 USD.


It is the place known by the name of “House of Romeo and Juliet” ,well known all around the world and is an amazing city to visit, there are many historic monuments like the Verona Cathedral which has the calligraphy of some magnificent artworks and blemished glass windows, Castle of Saint Peter is again a beautiful place to visit which is from the Roman period and is actually a church devoted to Saint Peter but as today it is not open for the public still you can explore the beauty of the architecture around the historic center of Verona.

  • The average price of staying: 243 USD.
  • Transportation price: 31 USD.
  • Meal: 189 USD.

Italy is a marvelous destination with a number of historic monuments imbibing uncountable memories within them, a beautiful scenic view, splendid mountains and a lot more which you can explore when you visit the country. There are some interesting facts about the country like it has three active volcanoes in its south, the leaning tower of Pisa is a sight to behold into the eyes, and beyond all this, it is a great destination with many options that would lie into your budget.

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