What happens when you want to have a beautiful and relaxing vacation, but your budget is limited. Unfortunately, many experts predict that this year the prices are on the rise, from hotel accommodation to airplane tickets. But, don’t worry, there are a lot of destinations you can explore in the U.S., and they don’t have to break your bank account. Here are some cheap vacation ideas you can add to your bucket list.
Las Vegas, Nevada
Aside from its casinos, Las Vegas in an excellent place to spend your vacation. With the low hotel rates, bargain meals and discount coupons and cheap transportation, you will have a fantastic time here. Las Vegas in one of the most exciting cities in the U.S. and we are sure you’ll have a great time here if you don’t spend all your money on gambling.
Grand Rapids, Michigan
If you want to explore the sites of the Midwest, then Grand Rapids is the perfect place for you. People who love drinking beer will be happy to hear that beer tourism is raging here, featuring more than 25 craft brewers. The city also has rich cultural heritage centered around Frederic Meijer Gardens, the Grand Rapids Art Museum and ArtPrize, one of the world’s most significant art competitors. Around 30 miles away from the city lies a beach with wineries, orchards and berry farms.
Kansas City, Missouri
The most significant city in Missouri state has something for everyone. The visitors usually want to see the centennial of the start World War I at the National World War I Museum and the Liberty Memorial. The city also features more than 200 fountain and around 100 barbecue joints, a lot of jazz and blues clubs and welcoming neighborhoods ready for exploration.
California’s Central Coast
If you are on your way to San Francisco and Los Angels by car, make sure to take some time to explore the iconic Pacific coast along the Highway 1. You should stop and see Hearst Castle and also Paso Robles wine country. Don’t forget that Monterey Bay Aquarium is celebrating its 30th birthday this year. Many visitors are focused on bigger cities, and they often neglect the breathtaking scenery California has to offer.
Charlottesville might be Mr. Jefferson’s Town, as the locals call it, but this city has so much to offer. You will find a lot of wineries to visit, along with Monticello and Ash Lawn-Highland. Add to this mixture a young population that supports popular food joints and hip coffee shops, and you will have a fantastic time here. Don’t miss a chance to take a skyline drive through Shenandoah National Park.