Budget travel could be fun if you got the right destination choices. We’ve scoured the globe looking for destinations where fun and excitement abound and where you won’t be asked to take out a second mortgage. From North America to Asia, Europe to Australia, we’ve come up with a list that will make even diehard globetrotters jealous. These are the top-10 budget-friendly travel destinations for 2020.
Megacities are the most creative and dynamic places on Earth. These massive population centers concentrate people and infrastructure in ways conduce to economic growth. Yet as we’ve too often seen, however, megacities suffer myriad problems from overcrowding and a lack of affordable housing to environmental degradation. Fortunately, mid-size cities in America have emerged as great alternatives. With a great many benefits and fewer downsides, these mid-size localities are attracting increasing numbers of young people hungry for opportunity. In this list, we profile 20 mid-sized US cities that offer great overall quality of life and appeal to hip and diverse populations. In no particular order, these are the top hippest mid-sized US cities!
Spring is a joyous time. Lands cast off winter’s shadow and a remarkable flowering begins. In North America, spring heralds a curious annual migration. College students flock in large numbers from campuses across the cold north to more southerly latitudes. Buoyed by copious amounts of sunshine and (more often than not) alcohol, they shed their outer garments. Clad only in scant attire, they congregate in large numbers on beaches and in resorts. For roughly two weeks typically in mid- to late-March, the spectacle that is Spring Break unfolds in cities and towns from Cancun to Myrtle Beach. If you’re wondering how best to observe the varying levels of debauchery for yourself, we’ve put together this handy travel guide profiling 20 popular Spring Break destinations. Alongside perennial favorites we throw in several places you might not expect. We think you’ll enjoy this look at the top Spring Break destinations for 2020.