1. Washington. DC
Travelling to Washington DC, tourists can have a lot of fun, because they can enter the Smithsonian’s museums and zoos freely. Except for this, tourists can find many other cheap, or free events and ethnic food here. Even though some hotels are relatively expensive, if you search for carefully, you could also find some moderately priced and comfortable rooms.
2. Destin, Florida
The white sandy beaches in Destin, Florida are as beautiful as before, but unfortunately, tourists have reduced rapidly for some reasons. Due to this situation, cheaper hotels and airfares can be easily available nowadays, as well as less crowded harbors, beaches, golf courses, and cafes.
3. Nashville, Tennessee
Nashville has attracted more tourists for its “haute Southern” cuisines and the Johnny Cash Museum. The emergence of many new hotels has decreased the fares spent by tourists on accommodation. One thing that doesn’t change is its unique streets with alive music, day and night.
4. New Orleans, Louisiana
As a popular tourist destination, the Crescent City attracts numerous tourists every year for its ancient history, deep musical tradition, and sublime food. Within its historic buildings, tourists can find affordable hotels, Creole and Cajun dishes, which are often quite cheap. Just avoid your visiting during Jazz Fest or Mardi Gras.
5. Austin, Texas
In Texas, tourists can find a diversity of outdoor diversions and a range of stylish hotels. Due to its multi-ethnic habitants, Texas has burgeoning live-music scene, arts movement, and various cuisines.
6. Yellowstone National Park, Idaho, Montana and Wyoming
As the first national park in America, Yellowstone National Park has the most geysers in the world and the most diverse wildlife in the United States. Tourists can find cheap accommodation in its surroundings, but camping is the real cheap vacation in this park.
7. Phoenix, Arizona
Phoenix has been regarded as the cheapest city throughout America for its extremely low prices for dining, airfares and hotels. In addition, Phoenix attracts numerous tourists also because of its renowned museums, abundant health spas, spectacular desert landscapes, and major sports teams.
8. Las Vegas, Nevada
Aside from its casinos, Las Vegas is also attractive for its low hotel prices, cheap transportation, bargain meals, and art exhibits.
9. Portland, Oregon
Portland is especially known for its Rose Festival, which has had a 105-year-old history and is held each June. Its restaurant and hotel prices are quite low.
10. Palm Springs, California
Even though its long association with Hollywood has labeled it as a place belonging to the rich, in fact, California has a lot of moderately priced hotels. Tourists can also find many thrift stores here.