The clock tower gate in the walled old city in Cartagena, Colombia
The clock tower gate in the walled old city in Cartagena, Colombia

The 19 cheapest holiday destinations on earth in 2017

Alison Millington
Sunday 12 February 2017 17:16
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Airport transfer website Hoppa has released its annual report on the cheapest and most expensive holiday destinations in the world.

The average cost of a one night stay per person was analysed in 84 places around the globe to produce the ranking.

The total per person includes the split cost of a hotel room, a meal for two with a shared bottle of wine, a shared 3km taxi journey, as well as a coffee, a cocktail, and a beer each.

Hoppa's report also looked at other features like the cost of a sightseeing bus and key attractions, although they are not included in this ranking.

From the deserts of Saudi Arabia to a sunny seaside town in Colombia, here are the 19 cheapest holiday destinations on the planet in 2017. They are ranked by the average all-in price per person per night, alongside a breakdown of how you'll spend your money in each place.

19. Johannesburg, South Africa — £55.75 ($69.58)

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Hotel for two: £59.74 ($74.54)

Meal for two: £26.30 ($32.82

Bottle of wine: £4.89 ($6.10)

Taxi: £4.80 ($5.99)

Cup of coffee: £1.44 ($1.80)

Cocktail: £2.90 ($3.62)

Pint of beer: £1.15 ($1.43)

18. Mumbai, India — £55.05 ($68.70)

Hotel for two: £58.39 ($72.86)

Meal for two: £11.93 ($14.89)

Bottle of wine: £10 ($12.48)

Taxi: £1.40 ($1.754)

Cup of coffee: £2.61 ($3.26)

Cocktail: £10 ($12.48)

Pint of beer: £0.88 ($1.10)

17. Chania, Greece — £54.81 ($68.40)

Hotel for two: £56.10 ($70)

Meal for two: £21.31 ($26.59)

Bottle of wine: £6 ($7.49)

Taxi: £1.71 ($2.13)

Cup of coffee: £2.21 ($2.76)

Cocktail: £5.87 ($7.32)

Pint of beer: £3.31 ($4.13)

16. Bangkok, Thailand — £54.73 ($68.30)

Hotel for two: £49.83 ($62.17)

Meal for two: £16.94 ($21.14)

Bottle of wine: £20.10 ($25.08)

Taxi: £1.02 ($1.27)

Cup of coffee: £2.66 ($3.32)

Cocktail: £5.82 ($7.26)

Pint of beer: £1.79 ($2.23)

15. Makkah, Saudi Arabia — £53.16 ($66.35)

Hotel for two: £67.19 ($83.84)

Meal for two: £9.76 ($12.18)

Bottle of wine: £4.21 ($5.25)

Taxi: £6.60 ($8.24)

Cup of coffee: £2.16 ($2.70)

Cocktail: £3.14 ($3.92)

Pint of beer: £0.68 ($0.85)

14. Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam — £52.69 ($65.76)

Hotel for two: £54.33 ($67.79)

Meal for two: £15.19 ($18.95)

Bottle of wine: £15 ($18.72)

Taxi: £2.64 ($3.29)

Cup of coffee: £2.12 ($2.65)

Cocktail: £5.17 ($6.45)

Pint of beer: £0.50 ($0.62)

13. Krakow, Poland — £52.66 ($65.72)

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Hotel for two: £58.98 ($73.59)

Meal for two: £19.38 ($24.18)

Bottle of wine: £5 ($6.24)

Taxi: £3.12 ($3.89)

Cup of coffee: £2.08 ($2.60)

Cocktail: £4.28 ($5.34)

Pint of beer: £1.50 ($1.87)

12. Kampala, Uganda —£52.13 ($65.06)

Hotel for two: £56.69 ($70.73)

Meal for two: £18.19 ($22.70)

Bottle of wine: £9 ($11.23)

Taxi: £3.60 ($4.49)

Cup of coffee: £2.09 ($2.61)

Cocktail: £3.66 ($4.57)

Pint of beer: £0.84 ($1.05)

11. Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia — £51.71 ($64.54)

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Hotel for two: £47.60 ($59.39)

Meal for two: £12.72 ($15.87)

Bottle of wine: £13 ($16.22)

Taxi: £2.17 ($2.71)

Cup of coffee: £2.40 ($2.99)

Cocktail: £7 ($8.73)

Pint of beer: £3.48 ($4.34)

10. Sliema, Malta — £51.64 ($64.45)

Hotel for two: £59.88 ($74.71)

Meal for two: £17.05 ($21.27)

Bottle of wine: £5.89 ($7.35)

Taxi: £2.52 ($3.14)

Cup of coffee: £1.26 ($1.57)

Cocktail: £4.59 ($5.73)

Pint of beer: £1.86 ($2.32)

9. Mexico City, Mexico — £50.62 ($63.18)

Hotel for two: £54.88 ($68.48)

Meal for two: £19.59 ($24.44)

Bottle of wine: £8 ($9.98)

Taxi: £2.06 ($2.57)

Cup of coffee: £2.08 ($2.60)

Cocktail: £4.02 ($5.02)

Pint of beer: £1.22 ($1.52)

8. Manila, Philippines — £46.90 ($58.53)

Hotel for two: £47.15 ($58.83)

Meal for two: £16.35 ($20.40)

Bottle of wine: £10 ($12.48)

Taxi: £2.33 ($2.91)

Cup of coffee: £2.70 ($3.37)

Cocktail: £4.74 ($5.91)

Pint of beer: £0.38 ($0.47)

7. Kiev, Ukraine — £46.73 ($58.32)

Hotel for two: £62.06 ($77.43)

Meal for two: £15.29 ($19.08)

Bottle of wine: £3.66 ($4.57)

Taxi: £1.55 ($1.93)

Cup of coffee: £0.94 ($1.17)

Cocktail: £2.99 ($3.73)

Pint of beer: £0.75 ($0.94)

6. Siem Reap, Cambodia — £44.89 ($56.02)

Hotel for two: £45.19 ($56.39)

Meal for two: £12.20 ($15.22)

Bottle of wine: £12.00 ($14.97)

Taxi: £4.20 ($5.24)

Cup of coffee: £2.28 ($2.84)

Cocktail: £3.33 ($4.22)

Pint of beer: £0.38 ($0.47)

5. Antalya, Turkey — £43.97 ($54.88)

Hotel for two: £44.34 ($55.32)

Meal for two: £13.84 ($17.27)

Bottle of wine: £5.21 ($6.50)

Taxi: £3.27 ($4.08)

Cup of coffee: £1.98 ($2.47)

Cocktail: £4.72 ($5.89)

Pint of beer: £2.31 ($2.88)

4. Bucharest, Romania — £43.87 ($54.75)

Hotel for two: £42.69 ($53.27)

Meal for two: £20.67 ($25.79)

Bottle of wine: £5.04 ($6.29)

Taxi: £1.59 ($1.98)

Cup of coffee: £2.33 ($2.91)

Cocktail: £4.45 ($5.55)

Pint of beer: £1.30 ($1.62)

3. Cartagena, Colombia — £39.70 ($49.55)

Hotel for two: £37.39 ($46.65)

Meal for two: £12.22 ($15.25)

Bottle of wine: £8 ($9.98)

Taxi: £4.20 ($5.24)

Cup of coffee: £1.33 ($1.66)

Cocktail: £3.98 ($4.97)

Pint of beer: £1.38 ($1.72)

2. Cairo, Egypt — £39.09 ($48.79)

Hotel for two: £45.84 ($57.20)

Meal for two: £10.67 ($13.31)

Bottle of wine: £6 ($7.50)

Taxi: £0.89 ($1.11)

Cup of coffee: £1.27 ($1.59)

Cocktail: £4.03 ($5.04)

Pint of beer: £1.65 ($2.06)

1. Sofia, Bulgaria — £38.21 ($47.69)

Hotel for two: £37.34 ($46.68)

Meal for two: £17.42 ($21.78)

Bottle of wine: £4.82 ($6.03)

Taxi: £2.05 ($2.56)

Cup of coffee: £1.54 ($1.93)

Cocktail: £3.78 ($4.72)

Pint of beer: £1.06 ($1.33)

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