For everyone who loves to fly to an awesome vacation spot with a small price tag (AKA everyone!), here’s a list of some of those places.
With average round trip economy ticket costs of less than 300 dollars, pack your bags now and head to one of these fun-packed US cities without breaking the bank!
10) Houston, TX
Average ticket price: $275
Whether you’re a museum, animal, food, sports, shopping, or nature lover, Houston is a hot spot. Some of Houston’s most famed attractions include its museum district, Houston Zoo, and incredible range of culinary options ranging from traditional southern dishes to Mexican and Latin American. Don’t forget to walk off all the calories at Buffalo Bayou Park, a gorgeous 160-acre green space in the middle of the city.
9) Miami, FL
Average ticket price: $273
Miami embraces the ultimate combination of turquoise waters and trendy, vibrant deco buildings. Beaches are lined with tan-seekers that soak up the rays by day and dance it out at chic nightclubs by night. Make sure to check out Calle Ocho, part of Little Havana (the Cuban District). It will be difficult to contain those dance moves when you hear Latin music rolling through the streets!
8) Denver, CO
Average ticket price: $273
One the America’s most beautifully situated cities, Denver is surrounded by a Rocky Mountain backdrop and is known for three hundred days of sunshine. Don’t miss a concert at the infamous natural amphitheater, Red Rocks Amphitheatre after taking a tour of Denver’s Beer Trail. Mixing city and nature, Denver is the best of both worlds.
7) Chicago, IL
Average ticket price: $268
Home of the skyscraper, Chicago certainly has plenty. With over 100 of the world’s tallest and sleekest skyscrapers, Chicago is the epitome of the contemporary city skyline. Delve into the city with a deep dish pizza pie after a visit to one of its renowned museums. And choose a culture to explore in one of Chicago’s diverse neighborhoods, from Irish to Polish to Italian to Latin communities.
6) Tampa, FL
Average ticket price: $267
Home of the African-themed amusement park Busch Gardens, Tampa thrills animal-lovers and roller coaster lovers alike. Ybor City, a historic Cuban and Spanish district, also boasts memorable dining experiences and cinema, as well as nightlife that may very well keep you energized until the wee morning hours.
5) Las Vegas, NV
Average ticket price: $266
No American city’s nightlife rivals Las Vegas’, concentrated with 24-hour casinos, shows, clubs, and restaurants. Simply strolling the 4-mile central Strip will dazzle you with elaborate fountain displays and themed hotels appointed with replicas of the Venetian Grand Canal, the Eiffel Tower, and an Egyptian Pyramid.
4) Dallas, TX
Average ticket price: $257
Whether you’re a culture buff or a history buff, Dallas is a must-see modern metropolis. Visit the historic Texas Theater not only to watch a show, but to visit the eerie Lee Oswald hideout after President JFK’s assassination. Continue your history tour through the Dallas Museum of Art which holds a permanent masterpiece collection of Picasso, Monet, Rodin, and Gauguin. Not a history buff? The 66-acre Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden is the perfect place for a picnic or spectacular walk.
3) Myrtle Beach, SC
Average ticket price: $228
Myrtle Beach is the home of the Grand Strand – 60 miles of beaches – celeb-designed golf courses, and the SkyWheel, one of America’s tallest Ferris wheels. With a boardwalk lined with dozens of restaurants and shops, it’s really no wonder why Myrtle Beach is a frequent vacation spot for many!
2) Orlando, FL
Average ticket price: $254
An explanation for the reasons why it’s worth taking a trip to Orlando seems unnecessary! Coined the “Happiest Place on Earth,” Orlando is home to Walt Disney World and Universal. From age five to age ninety five, Orlando is fun for all and all for fun.
1) Atlanta, GA
Average ticket price: $256
A pivotal city for the Civil Rights Movement including the birthplace of Martin Luther King Jr., Atlanta is a city rich in US history. It’s also a hub for foodies with the Sweet Auburn Curb Market, a giant culinary vendor hub, and the Atlanta Food Truck Park. Don’t forget the legendary World of Coca-Cola, where the secret soda formula is secured, and visitors can taste over a hundred of their global beverages. Atlanta’s endless activities don’t close at sunset. Nightlife includes live music venues, and comedy and nightclubs.
Whatever your ideal vacation is, make sure to contact your travel agent to plan your stay, and of course, travel secured with Travel Insured, at www.travelinsured.com.