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Don’t let a tight budget hold you back from a summer getaway.

Budapest, Hungary

“Vibrant Budapest awaits visitors with its fairytale-like architecture, crumbling bars and thermal baths,” says Fred Hoffman, founder of Wilderness Run. “It is also one of the cheapest destinations in Europe. Travelers can find comfortable accommodation for as little as $30 USD per night. Assuming that the family would like to visit some of the city’s main attractions, it is expect to spend around $200-$300 USD per day. This will include accommodation, food, transportation, and entrance fees to attractions such as Matthias Church and Fishing Bastion.”

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Ljubljana, Slovenia

“It’s amazing here because it’s so beautiful and peaceful,” said Kristin Lee, owner and author of Global Travel Escapades. “Tourists are not flocking everywhere, and you feel that you can truly appreciate the rich history and culture of the country. [and] if you want to visit arguably one of the most beautiful lakes, you simply go can take a day trip to Lake Bled. It costs less than $10 USD to get there by public transport and is only an hour away.”

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Puerto Rico

“One of the cheapest places to travel in August is Puerto Rico,” says Megan Jones, travel writer and owner of Traveler’s Elixir. “To save money, stay in the capital city of San Juan as it is the cheapest place to stay [and] full of infectious energy, authentic culture, historical sites as well as the famous beach of Isla Verde. On the same subject : Travel Industry’s Top Advisors and Suppliers Connect on the Global Travel Marketplace. Another A plus is that the airport is easy to get to from San Juan so you will spend less money on transportation to the airport.”

Jones added that for just $10 an hour, you can rent a kayak and head out into the ocean on your own.

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Tartu, Estonia 

“This Baltic nation boasts some of Europe’s most beautiful beaches, unique national parks, historic cities and Nordic activities at a fraction of the cost of nearby Finland or Sweden,” said Maggie Turansky, founder and CEO. He was the author of the First World. “While many visitors flock to the center of Tallinn, the capital, Estonia has a lot more to offer than just this city. On the same subject : The Mayor’s Office of Cultural Affairs is awarding $90,900 to artists and organizations that promote tourism and resilience. The second largest city Tartu has a hip, youthful energy and the coastal town of Parnu has a beach. white sand that will surely make any visitor. If you are looking to go somewhere special and peaceful, consider going to the island of Saaremaa to escape.

Vancouver, Canada 

“Crossing the Canadian border, you can find very few unique camping vacations, but it still feels like you’re on the edge of the world,” says Matt Vickery, founder of Wandering Our World. “That includes the more than 300 islands that make up the Gulf Islands off the coast of Vancouver — a city itself that can often be reached in August via a $200-300 round-trip flight from many U.S. cities [ and] sometimes even cheaper if you’re on the lookout for last-minute deals.”


“Portugal is one of the cheapest but great places to travel in August because of the great weather (at 82F) and a variety of things to do for all types of travelers,” Jackie Rezk, solo female traveler. and the blogger behind Jou Jou Travels “Portugal is an amazing place because it has so much to offer from amazing beaches to fairytale castles and vibrant cities like Lisbon and Porto that offer amazing views and buildings decorated with azulejo tiles, which is a decorative ceramic tile.”

Lake Michigan

“Traverse City is located on the shores of Lake Michigan in the northern part of Michigan’s Lower Peninsula,” said Amanda Ghanbarpour, owner of My Vintage Map. “There are many opportunities for outdoor activities, such as dune climbing (Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore is nearby), canoeing, swimming and more. The weather there in August is great – not too hot.” hot but warm enough to be outside in. Traverse City is also famous for cherries and the cherry picking season lasts until mid-August.

Querétaro, Mexico 

“Querétaro is a thriving wine region, where you can visit vineyards for less than the cost of a trip to Napa Valley,” said Nate Hake, founder of Lemming Travel. Its capital, Santiago de Querétaro has an impressive historic downtown that has earned UNESCO world heritage status for its beautiful historic buildings and cobbled streets. There are few foreign tourists, but Mexican tourists know it as one of the best places in the country. “


“The capital city of Sofia is where you will fly to when visiting this country, however, there are many other great regions that I recommend exploring,” said Cora Harrison, manager of Inside Our Bag. Plovdiv is the second largest city in Bulgaria and was the European Capital of Culture in 2019 and is considered to be the oldest city in Europe (and one of the oldest in the world) dating back over 8,000 years. . On the other hand, if you are looking for sun, sea and sand during your trip, consider heading to the coastal region of Nessebar just south of the famous Sunny Beach region. “

Bali, Indonesia 

“Not only is Bali a beautiful place with a lot of natural beauty such as waterfalls, beaches, and volcanoes, it is also a cultural place where you can see amazing Balinese architecture, watch traditional games and visit palaces. the Balinese kingdom of Ubud,” says Katie. Cafe by Katie Cafe Travel.

Las Vegas

“August is historically the peak time for families in Las Vegas, but now we’re seeing more deals than ever,” said Jenna Nye, CEO of On The Strip. “Kid-friendly hotel rooms for $30 are unheard of, especially in times of inflation; yet Vegas has bounced back from pandemic lockdowns, giving everyone something to enjoy with its great revival.”


“Pakistan is one of the cheapest places I’ve visited,” said travel expert Kevin Mercier. “It’s easy to visit Pakistan on a budget of $100 per week per person. This includes food, accommodation, transportation, and other fun activities. Besides everything being very cheap, if you have Pakistani friends, it’s definitely worth it.” They will insist on treating you with everything. The people of Pakistan are very generous and they will never let me give anything.”

Athens, Greece

“Athens is an amazing place in Greece with a lot to offer,” said Dymphe Mensink, owner of Dymabroad. “You can find many historical places in this city. Everywhere you go, you see history. For example, the Acropolis is located in Athens. This is an ancient castle that is unique and interesting to see. In addition, apart from great food, museums and weather, the city is home to beautiful views. As the city has something to offer everyone, it is perfect for a family of four.”


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