At No 1, the least likely place to run into fellow Brits was Chisinau in Moldova.
Squished between Romania and Ukraine and built on the river Bc, this is one of Europe's most obscure and cheapest capitals.
Skyscanner spokesman, Barry Smith, said of the results: "Spain has been deemed too British for British people, so why not visit somewhere a little off the beaten path? Although some enjoy the familiarity of fish and chips and Carling lager on tap, many want to feel like they have left the UK behind when they go on holiday.
"Skyscanner's list of Europe's 10 most secret cities are still undiscovered enough to be new and exciting, and you're unlikely to bump into many Brits there."
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