The Best . . . and Worst . . . Affordable Travel Destinations in the U.S.


Last summer was a bust for travel, but this summer should be all-clear for vaccinated Americans . . . at least here in the U.S. So, where to go?

WalletHub.com crunched the numbers to create a list of the best "budget-friendly" U.S. destinations.

They analyzed 100 of the largest metro areas across 42 "key indicators" . . . including stuff like: The price of flights, the local "cost of living," the number of attractions, weather, safety, and the number of "beer gardens per capita." 

In the end, Orlando is #1. Honolulu is second, followed by New Orleans. The rest of the Top 10 is: Austin . . . Atlanta . . . Salt Lake City . . . Tulsa, Oklahoma . . . Los Angeles . . . Oklahoma City . . . and Little Rock, Arkansas.

The WORST city to visit is Lansing, Michigan. Ventura County, California just north of L.A. was second-worst, followed by Fort Myers, Florida . . . Portland, Maine . . . and Allentown, Pennsylvania. 

(You can see the full list at WalletHub.com.)


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