Best Bang for Your Buck: Where to Travel for Your Next Vacation

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on December 28, 2012

When you go on vacation, the last thing you want to think about is money and scarcity, but if you want to make sure that your vacation will not break the bank, it is worth your while to think about what places will give you the best bang for your buck. What cities will give you a great experience will remaining relatively inexpensive in the long run?

Washington D. C.
Washington D. C. is an city that has a lot to offer, and a surprising amount of it is free! Though lodging is not the cheapest, you’ll find that you can ditch your car and take the train everywhere you need to go. Also remember that you will find that public museums and the monuments can be seen with absolutely no cost to you. This is a great vacation for anyone who wants to see a little bit of history and politics in action.

Milwaukee, Wisconsin
While Milwaukee is often forgotten in favor of Chicago, the other large city on Lake Michigan, it is a great place to visit if you want to get the most out of your money. This is a great place for a music lover, as Summerfest, the world’s biggest music festival happens here, and throughout the year, there are plenty of street festivals, including a spirited Oktoberfest and a delightful celebration of Bastille Day in the downtown area.

St. Louis, Missouri
When you are looking for a little bit of elegance and a lot of excellent food, you cannot go wrong by taking a look at St. Louis. St. Louis is a town that has excellent transportation, and on top of that, there are plenty of things to see that cost very little. Hit the artistic strips that are located right off the train tracks, view the city’s historic buildings and make sure that you see the arch that was meant to connect the east and the west.

San Antonio, Texas
When you want a place that is warm for your vacation, make sure that you do not miss San Antonio in Texas. San Antonio is known for having some of the best Tex-Mex around, and you cannot beat the low prices for the public museum. Make sure that you take a moment to consider how lovely the downtown area is and how it might suit you!

There are plenty of great, inexpensive places to visit, so keep your eyes out for your favorites!

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