The U.S. has 50 states, and each one for sure has definite must-go-to places. We don’t all have the luxury of time to see all 50 states, nor especially the luxury of money to spend.
Still, nothing should deter us from seeing just a few, or at least the few best and cheapest ones to visit, or those where our money can go a long, long way. If you're looking for ideas, you've come to the right place:
In Forbes' 30 Cheapest Places to Travel in 2017, only 2 U.S. cities made the cut:
Las Vegas, Nevada and Dallas, Texas. If you want to get carried away, the same article has international places that just might fit your budget too!
In all of North America, according to the MLT Blog, New York City, Washington DC, and Boston, Massachusetts are top places in the U.S. because they have among the cheapest accommodations one can find. For example, in New York you can a place for $28/night, or in Washington DC, even cheaper at $20/night. That’s huge savings especially as accommodation often take a huge portion of travel budgets. Feeling adventurous, check out the recommended places in Canada too.
According to backpacker site priceoftravel.com which keeps an index of prices for backpackers, the best ones for the U.S. are New Orleans, Miami Beach and, yet again, Washington DC.
The options are many - but it takes a disciplined traveler to make the skimpiest budgets work!
Make it happen!