Accommodation – Accommodation in Spain is not that too expensive when comparing to other Europe countries. Dorm beds in hostels kick off around 15 EUR per night and can increase to 30 EUR in different towns like Barcelona or Madrid. Booking for private rooms is about 40 EUR per night for a double. Free Wi-Fi is package is also available, and it’s not that too common to find hotels with free breakfast, either. Budget hotels also start around 45 EUR for a double and go up from here. Prices will be somewhat lower outside of the main cities and tourist location. Airbnb is common in most main locations, with good accommodation starting around 0 EUR per night. For a private house or lodge, require paying at least 80 EUR per night. There are 400 recreational centers across Spain offering necessary tools to those who travel with a tent. Campground prices about 18 EUR per night.
Food – You can get affordable tapas and sandwiches meals for between 10-10 EUR. If you want wine added, expect to spend about 10-15 EUR per meal. A good eatery meal will set you back around 15 EUR. If you go out for paella, drinks, or delicacies, then you should prepare to spend around 22 EUR for a meal. Spain has a lot of pricey restaurants, and meals there begin around 29 EUR with a drink. Eatery like McDonalds and Maoz cost about 8 EUR. Groceries will cost about 27-30 EUR per week, mainly if you hold on to the copious local markets around the country. You will find the standard (and freshest!) produce and meat at the local markets.
Transportation – High-speed trains, which are popular in Germany, are very costly — Berlin to Munich can cost over 185 EUR! Most of the other (quicker) intercity train’s prices is between 45-80 EUR for a second class ticket. It’s cheaper to take a slow local train or overnight transportation. Most town bus cost around 15-30 EUR. In Germany, the quicker you book tickets, the contemptible it is so if you have set dates, don’t wait! For free transportation, city transportation systems are safe and cost around 1-5 EUR for a single ticket, although you can usually find day-passes that will get you a better price. If you want to travel via bicycle, most towns offer daily rentals for around 18 EUR.
Activities – Museums and attractions in Spain prices are between 5-14 EUR. Diving on the islands is estimated to cost about 45 EUR per a ride.
Suggested daily budget – 45-60 EUR / 40-62 USD (Note: This is a recommended budget considering you lodged in a hotel, eating out a little, cooking most of your meals, and making use of regional transportation.
However, if you stay in deluxe house or eat out more often, expect this to be higher!