Tirana is the city with the most reasonable prices in Europe for British vacationers, according to the British newspaper "Daily Mail". The finding comes from the Post Office Travel Money, which compared the cost of typical holiday items in 40 different cities.
'Little-known Tirana, the capital of Albania in the Balkans, is Europe's best-value city for British holidaymakers.
That's according to Post Office Travel Money, which compared the cost of typical city-break items in 40 different cities – including a range of drinks, an evening meal for two with wine, two nights' three-star weekend accommodation, sightseeing and city transport.
Tirana has an average price of £132, with a cup of coffee costing just 61p and a weekend's accommodation amounting to £61. The runner-up, Katowice in Poland, is 24 per cent more expensive at £164, with the Lithuanian capital of Vilnius third at £166. Oslo - the capital of Norway - is the priciest city at £429. There, a beer costs £7.42 and two nights' accommodation will set you back £157,' writes Daily Mail.