Traveling can be incredibly expensive. Finding the money to go out of town for your dream vacation can be difficult for most Americans. Fortunately, there are always ways to travel on a budget if you are looking to get out of town. Here is our list of the 5 best cities that you can visit in the U.S. without breaking the bank.
The windy city makes it on this list because of its incredible attractions that are affordable. Most of these attractions happen at many of Chicago’s public parks. There are always events happening at these parks. Make sure to stop by the Bean of Millennium Park. This incredible park has 20-acres of lighthouses, ships, picnic areas, and gardens for the whole family to enjoy. Be sure to visit the local zoos too. The Lincoln Zoo is an excellent place to take the whole family and learn more about nature if you’re in town.
San Antonio, Texas
Your family will surely remember the Alamo after visiting this historic site in Texas. The Alamo is a pivotal piece of Texas history that dates to the Texas Revolution in 1836. It is arguably one of the most visited attractions in the Lone Star State. San Antonio is also the home of the famous San Antonio Riverwalk. There are dozens of restaurants and attractions in this area that is surrounded by a beautiful waterway. Your family will be amazed by the beauty of the Riverwalk and have a night they will never forget filled with good food and music.
Grand Rapids, Michigan
Grand Rapids regularly hosts the ArtPrize festival each year. ArtPrize is an art competition that showcases venues for artists that come from all around the world. This festival is incredibly affordable and great for those who appreciate art. Take a trip down to Grand Rapids in the fall if you want to witness one of the best art festivals here in The United States.
New Orleans, Louisiana
The Big Easy is one of the best attractions here in the south. New Orleans has something going on year-round. Whether you’re looking for delicious Cajun food or want to see some incredible live music, New Orleans has something for everyone. Come during Mardi Gras for an incredible festival of culture and celebration.
The capital’s attractions have always been known for its accessibility and affordability. There are over 17 free-to-enter museums in the district that see over 30 million visitors each year. Some of the museums contain pieces of history that have been integral in shaping our country into what it is today. Washington D.C. is a fantastic place if you want to take your family somewhere affordable and get a lesson in U.S. history.
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