Countries where you can travel cheap, thanks to weaker currency

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The fall in exchange rate of the rupee has affected travel plans of many who dreamed of visiting destinations abroad. However, there are some scenic nations with several tourist attractions where the Indian rupee is valued higher than the local currency. A visit to these places ensures that the Indian traveller does not end up with a hole in their pocket.

Costa Rica

(One Indian rupee = 7.89 Costa Rican colon)

Flanked by the Caribbean Sea and the Pacific Ocean, Costa Rica is a country flaunting several mountains, hills, and rain forests. The capital, San Jose, houses several cultural centres. Among the major attractions is the pre-Colombian Gold Museum.

Tourists can also be close to nature at the various beaches, volcanoes, and the woods, which support an amazing biodiversity.

Forests cover almost a quarter of the land area of Costa Rica and they are home to some of the most unique creatures.

Hungary

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(One Indian rupee = 3.80 Hungarian forint)

Budapest, the capital of Hungary, attracts visitors with its amazing architectural marvels. It is termed world's most idyllic city. But Budapest is also a slice of modern Europe, even with its medieval mansions and castles.

Travellers will have plenty of attractions to choose from in Hungary.

Vietnam

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(One Indian rupee = 315.01 Vietnamese dong)

Tourists to Vietnam can spend their time at the beaches, rivers, Buddhist pagodas, and the busy streets.

Capital Hanoi houses several markets along with cultural and artistic centres.

Another advantage of Vietnam is that the prices of items and services are on the lower side.

Nepal

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(One Indian rupee = 1.60 Nepalese rupee)

Nepal, India's neighbour, is blessed with natural wonders. Indians can travel to and stay in Nepal without spending much money. As Indian currency is stronger, tourists can engage in shopping without bothering much about the expenses.

Iceland

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(One Indian rupee = 1.54 Icelandic krona)

It is the second biggest island in Europe. Though not rich in wildlife, Iceland attracts tourists with an array of unique geographical features. They include live volcanoes, blue lagoons, and waterfalls.

The Northern Lights, a phenomenon that can be witnessed only in the northern latitudes, can be enjoyed from Iceland.

Another highlight of an Iceland tour is that the costs are low.

Paraguay

(One Indian rupee = 81.31 Paraguayan guarani)

A landlocked country surrounded by Argentina, Bolivia, and Brazil, Paraguay is termed the heart of South America.

Subtropical forests cover a large part of the country, which is blessed with natural beauty. Cost of living is very low in Paraguay, making a stay in a hotel and dining at restaurants affordable to all tourists.

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