Leaving the bad days, the cold and the rain behind, many are preparing to organize their holidays. Even for a few days.
Trivago.it, the search engine hotel among the most important in the world, offers a valuable tool to all those who were looking for quality solutions, at an affordable price. Through a special crossed algorithm, the Best Value City Index was drawn up. Thanks to it, the ranking of Best Price Quality Destinations 2017 has been published.
The Best Value City Index combines the trivago Hotel Price Index (tHPI) with the trivial Reputation Ranking for hotels (tRI). The first (tHPI) represents the average price for a double room per night on trivago. The second, instead, represents the reviews. Combining it all, the BGB was obtained.
In this special ranking, only cities with at least 50 hotels, accommodation availability throughout the year and a minimum of 150 reviews per hotel were taken into consideration.
The best destinations for price quality, therefore, are distinguished by the quality and convenience of their accommodation facilities. The lion’s share of this special ranking is above all the city of Eastern Europe. In the Top Ten, in fact, there are Bosnia, Bulgaria, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Turkey, Ukraine and Hungary.
The best city of all is Mostar, in Bosnia and Herzegovina. The beautiful Bosnian city, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, wins for its excellent accommodation quality and the average annual price per double room per night of € 43. Second placement for the Serbian Novi Sad which precedes Veliko Tărnovo, former capital of Bulgaria by a whisker. Hungary with Eger and Pécs, and Romania with Oradea and Sibiu, are the only countries to boast the presence of two cities in the Top 10. Here, below, the ranking of the top 20 positions of the Best destinations price quality 2017:
Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Novi Sad, Serbia
Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria
Through the official Trivago page, the complete Top 100 ranking.
And you, therefore, have chosen your next destination among the… Best quality price Destinations 2017?