There are 23 Cheap Places in Middle East like Beirut, Amman and Luxor with an average cost of living of $1,250/month, internet speeds up to 20 Mbps and temperatures ranging from 17°C to 42°C62.278°F to 106.848°F.
Beirut is a place where ideas are formed, and where art, culture, cuisine and an ardour for life thrive. Bars, restaurants and clubs come and go more frequently than the snow on the mountain peaks that form a backdrop to the city. But finding the new places - only to later realise they have vanished - is what makes for singular, memorable nights on these warm shores of the Mediterranean. Unlike in many other capitals in the region, there is a liberal attitude towards drinking in Beirut, where yo
⭐️ OverallAll💵 Cost 😙 Affordable📡 InternetWiFi😡 Slow😀 Fun great👮 Safety very badTap to open🌥Feels 24°75°24°75°AQI751$1,783 / mo3Mbps×
Much more livable that I expected. Downtown is a bit dusty and unclean, but suburbs are great, with lots of restaurants and malls. Furthermore Jordan is smaller than it seems, there is basically one road crossing the country from North to South and you can always visit Petra or the beaches of Aqaba in a daytrip. Just avoid Ramadan as it can be very annoying for foreigners with all the restrictions.
⭐️ OverallAll💵 Cost 😙 Affordable📡 InternetWiFi🙂 Good😀 Fun mediocre👮 Safety mediocreTap to open☀️Feels 25°77°26°79°AQI94😷2$1,304 / mo8Mbps×
I stayed in Cairo for a week as a solo female (21 years old). I was followed a lot and cat-called / asked for a 'view' or a kiss every 5 minutes even though I was completely covered up, so this is definitely not a place for the faint hearted. It was never with malicious intent though (no one forced themselves on me or even tried to mug me), the culture is just very different than western culture. Whilst they're pushy, they won't do anything unless you let them. It took a couple of days for me to
⭐️ OverallAll💵 Cost 😝 Cheap📡 InternetWiFi😡 Slow😀 Fun mediocre👮 Safety mediocreTap to open🌥Feels 38°100°37°99°🥵AQI644$845 / mo4Mbps×
Tehran is a great city and much more developed that I thought. However, those intrepid nomads willing to come should be aware that internet and currency situation isn't the best because of international sanctions. Iranian people are really nice, educated, welcoming and hard-working, you'll make brothers and sisters here, not only friends. Food scene is great and subway system is surprisingly good. Airbnb doesn't work here but I recommend talking to people through Couchsurfing, some of them wil
⭐️ OverallAll💵 Cost 😙 Affordable📡 InternetWiFi😡 Slow😀 Fun bad👮 Safety mediocreTap to open🌥Feels 25°77°25°76°AQI696$1,821 / mo4Mbps×
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