German car club ADAC (Allgemeiner Deutscher Automobil-Club eV), which is the largest club not only in Germany but in Europe published a study of the cost of living in the camps held in the 12 most popular countries of the European continent. For a basis of the study was approved the cost of night stay in the camping of average category for two adults and one child, including the cost of parking the car and the caravan, shower, 5 kilowatt-hours of electricity and taxes.
According to the survey, the third place in the ranking of the most inexpensive camper-countries holds Germany, offering facilities for the amateurs of campers on average for 25.45 Euro. The second place of the ranking of the most inexpensive countries for amateurs of campers went to Hungary with 23.83 Euro per night.
Poland has become a leader in the rating and according to the ADAC is the most inexpensive place in Europe for campers. The overnight stay in a Polish camp will cost tourists on average 20.71 Euro.
The most expensive campgrounds were the Mediterranean countries. So Italy is the most expensive country for fans of traveling by campers. The average overnight stay in the Italian camping will cost 41.3 euros. The following places are hold by Spain - 37.21 euros, Denmark - 35.02 euros and the Netherlands - 34.98 Euro.
It should be noted, however, that the data an average figure in the country and despite the statistics, tourists can always find affordable accommodation to their taste.