These are the 12 cheapest Airbnb cities for spring break because we’re all broke AF
We have all been there. You spend your days dreaming of an epic spring break, but the combined prices of a hotel, travel costs, and amenities in certain cities are way out of your budget. We understood. The good news is that I’ve compiled this list of some of the cheapest Airbnb cities that will finally make all your travel desires come true.
Airbnb is great because it makes travel so much easier and more affordable. And I can vouch for it: I recently booked my very first Airbnb vacation and had a blast. When booking my trip, I had only four requirements: I wanted to travel for a fraction of the price of a hotel; I didn’t want to stay in an expensive city that would force me to survive on cheap takeaways; I wanted to stay somewhere with affordable tourist attractions; and I just wanted the experience to be worth it. As I cluelessly browsed the Airbnb listings, I was shocked to find so many amazing deals as I did. From New Orleans, Louisiana, to Vienna, Austria, here are 12 of the cheapest Airbnb cities that are definitely worth visiting.
New Orleans, Louisiana
The average price per night for an Airbnb in New Orleans, Louisiana is $136, but some listings are as low as $10 per night for an entire house. The city trolley costs as little as $3 and goes to popular places in the city, including the famous French Quarter and Bourbon Street. But the best thing about the city is that many attractions are free, so you usually only have to worry about buying your food and drinks.
San Francisco, California
Airbnbs in San Francisco, CA starts as low as $10 per night for a private room — $155 less than the average price per night. There are also tons of local shops and restaurants with rich stories to fulfill your spring break cravings. For such affordable prices in one of most expensive cities in usayou really can’t beat it.
Some of Bali’s finest Airbnbs start at just $10 per night for a private room, which is another big steal considering their average price per night is $109. Not to mention, it’s a great place to surf or hang out on the beach, if you’re into that sort of thing (I know, I know, of course you are).
The average price per night for Airbnb rentals in Vienna is €69, but some rentals are available from $11 a night for one all apartment. If you’ve always wanted to visit London, but find it’s way out of your price range, I’d say Vienna is the next best thing.
Mexico City, Mexico
There are Airbnb hosts in Mexico City that offer private rooms for as little as $10 per night — $32 less than the average price per night. OK, so you won’t have the whole place to yourself, but many come with gorgeous rooftop views, full kitchen access if you’re feeling sassy enough to cook your own Mexican dishes, and are usually at walking distance to bars, restaurants, and other famous attractions.
Bogotá – Colombia
Bogotá is home to many luxury rentals for as little as $10 per night for a private room — $23 less than the average price per night.
The average price per night for Airbnb rentals in Milan is $93, but some listings start at $12 per night for an entire apartment. Plus, Milano Centrale train station in Milan offers quick and easy access to the city’s top tourist attractions, helping you save even more.
It is said that the restaurants with the most delicious (and cheapest) tapas and cocktails can be found in several places in the city. The average rental price per night is $74, but some are as low as $11 per night for a private room.
Nashville is the birthplace of country music, so you can bet on experiencing some of the most epic gigs (and the best food) you’ll ever experience. Rentals start around $10 per night for a private room — $141 less than the average cost per night.
The average rental price per night from Airbnbs in Toronto is $78, but some hosts offer rentals as low as $11 per night for a private room. The city is also home to tons of unique bars, cafes, restaurants, shops and clubs that are totally Instagram worthy.
Chicago is home to some of Illinois’ most must-see attractions, including the Willis Tower, Millennium Park, and many more. You can find Airbnb rentals for just $10 per night for a private room — $79 less than the average cost per night.
I’ve heard that Montreal is one of the most amazing places in Canada, which is totally shocking considering their rentals are as cheap as $11 per night for a private room. You can’t get a better deal when the average rental cost per night in Montreal is $60.
So now that you’re in the final stages of deciding where you’re going to spend your spring break, I just have one last request: will you bring me a souvenir?