Trip by budget is so useful. Who needs 5 star hotels, elegant restaurants and expensive extras? I found out that they are my favorite vacation spots near the house, on the American soil. Since I had such positive experiences, I wanted to share some of my favorite places with you. Although I did not have to clean up my savings account or go break for these "on budget" one of the destination types, they are well worth every penny i spent. Here are 5 of my best places to travel, whether you are on a budget or not.
This American hot-spot is a great place to go whenever you can. We all know the power of experiencing the Grand Canyon, but there's more to it, whether it's spring, summer, autumn or winter, Arizona gets plus of me from the terrible climate to the many things I can see and do. It can be very hot, so pack some casual clothes. because if you're like me, it's best to be out there. The state has done a terrific job of creating hiking trails, botanical gardens, camps, outdoor excursions and other natural excursions. The state is full of big cities and small towns full of art, culture and history and delicious food. For example, Tucson, Arizona is full of Southwestern and Mexican heritage. There are very few or no entry fees to see places like Sabino Canyon and Saguaro National Park, and then head over to Sedona, Arizona, for an opportunity to see 100 plus art galleries and events happening all the time. They are amazing places to see if you are an art lover or not.
2. Baltimore, MD
I've visited Baltimore many times and it's far from one of my favorite places to see. Seafood is fresh and tasty, like everyone in the city, and for those of us on the budget, the dollar goes a long, long way. I eat crab like no other in the world. The National Aquarium is beautifully located on the Baltimore Harbor, and the day spent there is well done. Beautiful, family-oriented scenes, scents and sounds are unique! The Harbourplace and Gallery are located near the harbor and offer an amazing shopping and hospitality facility where you can choose what's right for your wallet and taste. Depending on the age of the year (remember that winter in Baltimore is cold) there is even a free party. The American Visionary Museum is worth a short trip from the harbor. They charge a fee to go in, but the building itself and the estate are full of sculptures and art that you can look for free. And while you are in this family-friendly city, there are so many other museums that you can visit.
3. Hershey, PA
Hershey, Pennsylvania has become one of the most renowned destinations in our country, offering so many free and cheap things to do. There is a world class amusement park, a shameful day spa that can be but pricey, but there are also many unforgettable affordable things to do. Hershey Chocolate World is a ride to Hershey Park, but is totally free. It is a beautiful historic ride that is both pleasant and instructive. If you are traveling with children they will get a free sample of candy at the end of the ride, where you will be left in the gift shop. There is also a Hershey roller coaster that will translate you along the city along with the lights in the form of kisses kissing the streets. It was started by Milton Hershey as he planned the city and continues to date … well worth your time. If you have time (and I would suggest making time) visit ZooAmerica, Hershey Gardens, Milton Hershey School and other fantastic museums located in Hershey, PA.
4. Dallas, TX
In a city that is famous for its great size, the cost of visiting is not that bad. We had a bit of adventurous spirit so we booked the city's PASS which offered discounted prices in some of the most popular city attractions. We could not hit them all, but we saw George W. Bush (he was president) of the Library and Museum and the Perot Museum of Nature and Science. Pretty cool to add a little culture to your vacation. My travel partners are happy to visit zoos, so we went to the Awesome Zoo in Dallas and met two beautiful African elephants and fed the giraffes. In this zoo there are many family events and presentations, you may have to stay more than a day. The market of farmers in Dallas needs to be seen on the market. Foods, sellers and an incredibly unforgettable experience as if there was no other market I visited. If you go, grab a street taco at La Ventana or tamale in El Mero Mero. I have to mention the Trinity River Audubon Center for all you walkers and enthusiasts in the open. This hardwood forest city is a departure from the city into a recognizable Texas field.
5. Nashville, TN
Nashville, home country music, American history and so on, so much to see and do. First, unavoidable of all the seas-see the Country Music Hall of Fame and the notorious Grand Ole Opry. Only the view from the outside of these famous buildings must be seen. When you're full of country music, go and go to the beautiful university universities of Vanderbilt University and Belmont University or go to the Adventure Science Center or Belmont Mansion and spend the afternoon learning something new. Campuses are full of history and tradition and a perfect place to enjoy nature. We did not even mention the food of Nashville. Nashville has to be a kitchen pot. There are all kinds of cards that satisfy all the palate. My favorites were found on food trucks that offered fast, tasty and cheap meals on the go. If you have spots for the pie, I recommend a peach or a pecan.