May's top 10 cheap European destinations

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There's nothing better than dispelling those spring blues with a bargain May getaway. Here are our top 10 European destiantions that won't leave you strapped for cash.

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  • Split
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    Split

    Croatia's second largest city is atmospheric and buzzing. The dramatic mountains constitute the scenery framing the cyan waters, and you'll be pleasantly surprised by the affordable prices in the city's numerous bars and restaurants. The imposing grandeur of Roman monument Diocletian's Palace will leave you lost for words.

  • Prague
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    Prague

    The history of the Czech capital goes back a millennium. From Charles Bridge to the achingly beautiful skyline, the city is a feast for the eyes. Sampling the beer is a must too; a pint of some of the world's finest will typically set you back around £1.

  • Kraków
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    Kraków

    Boasting magnificent architecture, Kraków is an underrated gem. Wawel Castle imposingly punctuates the cityscape whilst the Old Town's little gauntlets emanate a quaint, peaceful ambiance. The former Jewish Quarter, Kazimierz, serves as a poignant and important reminder of the tragedies of last century and the city holds Europe's largest market square - Rynek Glówny. Low prices in hostels, hotels, bars and restaurants ensure you'll have a great trip for less.

  • Budapest
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    Budapest

    A delight on the Danube, a trip to the Hungarian capital won't cost you an arm and a leg, either. Between the architecture, romantic atmosphere, local delicacies (like sumptuous apricot jam) and the Turkish baths, you're going to have a whale of a time.

  • Ljubljana
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    Ljubljana

    Quirky Ljubljana was voted 2016's European Green Capital and is a Slovenian diamond. The some 50,000 students keep the city lively at heart, with a buzzing evening atmosphere lining the banks of the emerald green river which flows through the city centre. Prices are more than reasonable, too.

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There's nothing better than snapping up the offseason holiday bargains and smugly jetting off on a May getaway. Although the pound's drop means going abroad is more expensive than ever, if you're savvy, there's no need to let that affect your holiday plans. After all it's all about location, location, location .

From the quirky Slovenian capital to the Dalmatian coast, we've lined up the top cheap European destinations for May. The sherbet hues of Bruges await...

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