Cheap Holidays Part II
Typically, states with prosperous economies tend to apply the cost for travelers wishing to visit it. For example the countries below, which apply lower tax for tourists.
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Isle of Man
In the Irish Sea, not far from the coast of Britain and Ireland, there is the Isle of Man, a small island that got its independence from the kingdom of Ireland. Unlike its neighbors, Isle of Man only to apply a tax of 17 percent while Dublin in Ireland to tax 23 percent and 20 percent of London. The island is also friendly to the tourists who bring their families, suitable for diving, diving with sharks, and other outdoor activities.
Located east of the Apennine Mountains, Italy, San Marino is known as a beautiful little country. The country is isolated by the mountains, but it just makes it a very civilized with historical and economically prosperous.
San Marino is the smallest country with an unemployment rate in Europe. Even the tourists who have spent their money for shopping in Italy chose to end the trip in San Marino because the price is skewed and not taxed.
Many think the density and full shopping center to make Hong Kong into an expensive destination. But it turns out, this modern city is not taxing at all for tourists making it popular among tourists, plus many shopping options for shopping enthusiasts.
Such as Andorra, Luxembourg is also one of the smallest and cheapest countries in Europe. With only 15 per cent tax, the state is becoming less expensive option than its neighbor, Germany.