It is surprisingly high along the coastline but to help you in cutting down your travel costs, it is recommended to consider having a nice lunch out and just cooking for dinner. You can find restaurants offering discounted menu for lunch which is quite a filling meal and also take cheaper buses instead of trains.

It is reported that about 60 million foreigners visit Spain within a year but can get a cheap flight starting from $517. Spain-bound travelers on a fixed budget can spend a minimum of $32 to $45 per day while mid-level daily allotment which includes a modest hotel room, sandwich, dinner in a restaurant, drinks, and a museum or two should cost $120.

Spain’s main airport is located in Madrid but there are 15 regional airports across the country which offer frequent domestic travels with low-cost and charter flights, one-way fares can range from $32 or under $120.

Accommodations in Spain range from youth hostels and small pension houses to luxurious 5-star hotels. Backpackers can spend as low as $20 nightly in a shared, dormitory-styled room. $65 is the usual minimum in famous destinations such as Barcelona and Costa Brava.

The cost of travel in Spain depends on the season. Travelers flock to the country in July and August, increasing prices especially along the coastline. The cheapest time to travel to Spain is during winder in January and February.