Budget travel is so helpful. Who needs five-star hotels, elegant restaurants and expensive extras? I found my favorite vacation spot in my home near the continental United States. Since I have such a positive experience, I want to share with you some of my favorite attractions. Even if I don't have to clean up my savings account and go bankrupt for such "limited budget" destinations, every penny I spend is worth it. Whether you have a limited budget or not, these are my 5 best places to travel.
Whenever you can get there, this American hotspot is an ideal place to go. We all know the power of experiencing the Grand Canyon, but whether it's spring, summer, fall, or winter, Arizona has benefited me from awesome climate to a variety of affordable attractions and activities. The weather may be really hot, so please pack some casual clothes. Because if you are like me, the best place is outside. The state excels at creating hiking trails, botanical gardens, campsites, outdoor trips, and other nature-loving excursions. The state is full of big cities, small towns full of art, culture and history, and delicious food. For example, Tucson, Arizona is full of Southwestern and Mexican heritage. Visit attractions like Sabino Canyon and Saguaro National Park with little or no tickets, then head to Sedona, Arizona for a chance to visit the 100 that has always happened Multiple art galleries and events. They are a great site to see if you are an art lover.
I've been to Baltimore many times and this is by far one of my favorite places to go. Seafood is as fresh and delicious as all the food in the city, and for those of us on a budget, a dollar goes a long way. Steamed crabs are unique in the world. The National Aquarium is located in Port Baltimore and is beautifully landscaped, spending a good day there. Beautiful, family-friendly attractions, smell and sound are one of them! Located near the harbour, Harbour Plaza and Gallery is an amazing place to shop and dine, where you can choose what best suits your wallet and taste. Depending on the time of year [remember Baltimore is very cold in winter], even free entertainment is available. An excursion from the port is well worth having a visionary art museum in the United States. They do charge an entrance fee, but the building itself and the property are flooded with sculptures and artwork for free viewing. You can visit many other museums in this family-friendly city.
3. Hershey, Pennsylvania
Hershey, Pennsylvania has become one of the most famous tourist destinations in our country, and it offers many free and cheap activities. There is a world-class amusement park, a notorious day spa, and although it is expensive, it is expensive, but there are many memorable and affordable things. Hershey Chocolate World is a ride in Hershey Park, but it's completely free. This is a wonderful and interesting historical journey. If you travel with your kids, they will get a free candy sample at the end of the ride, and you can get off directly into the gift shop. There are also Hershey trolleys that take you around the city, with kiss-shaped lights line the streets. It started by Milton Hershey while he was planning the town, and it continues to this day … it's worth your time. If you have time [I suggest you take the time], visit Zoo Zoomerica, Hershey Gardens, Milton Hershey School and other wonderful museums in Hershey, Pennsylvania.
4. Dallas, Texas
In a town known for everything, the cost of visiting is not bad. We were a bit adventurous, so we booked a city pass that offered discounted prices on some of the city's most popular attractions. We couldn't hit them all, but we did see the George W. Bush [He is President] Library and Museum and the Perot Museum of Nature and Science. It's cool to add some culture to your holiday. My travel companion enjoyed visiting the zoo, so we went to the awesome Dallas Zoo, met two beautiful African elephants, and fed a giraffe. This zoo has too many family-oriented activities and introductions, and you may have to stay for more than a day. The Dallas Farmers Market is a must-see market. Food, street vendors and unforgettable experiences are like other markets I have been to. If you go, try street tacos on La Ventana or taco with pork fillings on El Mero Mero. I have to mention the Trinity River Audubon Center for all hikers and outdoor enthusiasts. The city's hardwood forest is a place to escape from the city to the unique terrain of Texas.
5. Nashville, Tennessee
Nashville, the home of country music, American history, and more are worth a look. First, all must-see attractions are the Country Music Hall of Fame and the infamous Grand Ole Opry. Only views from the outside of these famous buildings. When you're full of country music, head straight to the beautiful campuses of Vanderbilt University and Belmont University, or head to the Adventure Science Center or Belmont Building to spend the afternoon learning something new. The campus is full of history and tradition, making it an ideal place to enjoy outdoor activities. And we didn't even mention Nashville food. Nashville must be a melting pot of fine dining. There are various fares to suit any taste. My favorites can be found on trucks that provide fast, delicious and affordable meals on the go. If you have room for pie, I suggest you eat peaches or pecans.