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5 Magnificent and Low-Cost Summer Destinations in the US

Low-Cost Summer Destination
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St. Augustine, Florida

Average hotel price per night: $70
The average cost of meals per day: $148
Local transport (2 one-way tickets): $8

St. Augustine, the oldest city in our country, was established in 1565. And nowadays, this low-cost summer destination offers a variety of activities for the entire family that brings the area’s history to life.

At the Pirate & Treasure Museum, you can learn about the history of colonial America and pirates through fascinating interactive and educational exhibits.

And at the Fountain of Youth Archaeological Park, which has a real archaeological dig on site, travelers can learn all about the city’s roots. You can even feed the peacocks that roam freely on the property.

But don’t worry: you won’t always be on the move. The city also boasts 42 miles of stunning beaches fronting the Atlantic Ocean for plenty of swimming and lounging around, so don’t forget to pack your swimsuit!

Be sure to leave us a comment below to let us know which of these low-cost summer destinations was your favorite!

And if you’re looking for some more fantastic options for your next vacation, we also recommend you check out: 5 Best Summer Camps for Adults in the US

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