Affordable Vacation Destinations for Summer 2018
While it’s still only February, it’s never too early to start thinking about where you’re going to go this summer. If you’re still not sure, our T.F. Green Airport parking company has collected 10 great destinations that are not only exciting, but affordable:
MontrealWant a French experience without having to go all the way to France? Head to Montreal in Quebec, Canada. You’ll find plenty of shopping, markets, street art, and architecutre. Plus, the dollar exchange rate is favorable right now.
BarcelonaDespite it being a major city in Europe, travel to Barcelona, Spain can still be affordable. Opt for some public transportation, try authentic street food, and stay outside of the city – all while enjoying the beautiful beaches and Spanish culture.
Yosemite National ParkLocated in California, Yosemite is home to the tallest waterfall in North America, the largest granite monolith in the world, giant sequoia trees, wildflower meadows, a variety of wildlife, and overall amazing views. The best part is, camping is around $5-$20 per night.
ArgentinaArgentina has something to offer every type of traveler – from wine country to waterfalls to beaches to hip-and-happening cities like Buenos Aires. And with a great exchange rate (1 U.S. dollar to almost 20 Argentine pesos), a trip there is more affordable than you think.
KathmanduWant to check Mount Everest off your bucket list? Kathmandu in Nepal is the perfect place. From there, you can take a day trip to the base of the mountain. After that, visit one of the many World Heritage sites, enjoy some delicious cuisine, and experience the rich, Buddhist culture.
Mexico CityMexico City has been considered the cheapest capital city in North America. And with its abundance of museums (there are more than 150!), thriving nightlife for every age and style, cultural diversity, and amazing restaurants, you won’t be disappointed.
NaplesNaples, Italy is of the oldest cities on the European continent and is brimming with free sights and monuments (think seaside castles, underground catacombs, and Baroque churches). It’s also the birthplace of pizza and is a great place for coffee lovers.
Santa FeAt the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, Santa fe attracts artists, nature lovers, festival-goers, and those with Native American and Hispanic roots. You’ll find plenty to do and explore, from art galleries to Pueblo Revival architecture to walking tours and more.
Komodo IslandOne of the 17,508 islands that make up the Republic of Indonesia, Komodo was named one of the New 7 Wonders of Nature and is home to the famous Komodo Dragon. This beautiful island is accessible from Bali by boat or plane and is very affordable when it comes to lodging and food.
San JuanOne of the best parts about visiting Puerto Rico is you can leave your passport at home (and airfare is usually affordable). Head south to this capital city and enjoy the history of Old San Juan, hikes in El Yunque National Forest, and a tour of the famous Bacardi factory.
No matter where you decide to go this year, make your parking reservation with our T.F. Green Airport parking company!