On most occasions, cheap and travel are two words that don’t go hand in hand. However, we managed to create a list of budget friendly cities you should definitely visit this year. So, if you’re in the mood for traveling, but the zeros from your bank account don’t agree, you should read on to discover some inexpensive U.S. cities.
From the City of San Antonio, one of the oldest Spanish colonization of the European settlements in Texas to the Valley of the Sun, check out our list of U.S. destinations that offer a lot of fun things to do and visit on a shoestring budget.
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You have selected good choices. I have spent time in all places except Phoenix.
Be careful—some of these places have COVID spikes!
Good list! My wife and I have been to each of these cities and concur that they are great places to visit on a budget.
Have you considered St. Louis, Missouri as one of the best places to travel on a budget?
Forest Park has one of the best zoos in the country and it’s free, the Jewel Box is also free, there are free animal shows at the zoo. The St. Louis Arch is a great place and there are river boat rides down the Mississippi River just to name a few attractions. Sports fans will enjoy the St. Louis Cardinals baseball and football teams. Anheuser Bush Brewery gives tours. Many more attractions too numerous to name.
Listing in each top 10 things to do places each cost would have help me decide on where I want to go and what I want to do (Hotels, 5 star restaurants flavors of the city, comic clube, site seeing like tours on the river in San Antonio , theaters with upcoming shows like on Broadway or off Broadway, best tourist places to visit, ect.). Also each could be a revenue stream to subsidize your publication.