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Now that travel is back, people are dreaming of getaways, whether that means going alone, spending time with friends, or working while traveling, a good chunk of travelers have their sights set on some of the same places. I have 2 of these (the UK and Las Vegas) on my list pretty much all the time, so I understand.
2/3 of people say they have a trip planned in the next 3 months and many are excited and optimistic about travel in general. The only thing worrying most people is the looming threat of recession, though most feel they will be better off financially a year from now. In the meantime, road trips are not as enticing, because of high gas prices.
If any of these destinations also sound appealing to you and you’re looking for things to do there, here are some ideas:
Florida – There’s more to Florida than Orlando, but that’s a big part of why people want to visit. Get out of the theme park city and try one of these other destinations inside Florida instead, like Tampa and the surrounding area.
New York – While there’s more to New York than NYC, most tourists have concentrated on on the Big Apple.
Las Vegas – As you know, I visit Vegas 2+ times a year and I often run a new wish list and free and cheap ideas on what to do on and off The Strip every July. Here’s my latest one, and you can find all the others by searching my blog for “Las Vegas Travel Tips”.
Italy – I’ve not been to Italy, though I will probably find my way there at some point. I know quite a few people who used the cheap pandemic flights to take their families there.
United Kingdom - I love the UK. We’ve been to London three times and made the trek to Scotland, finally, in 2019. Ireland (part 2) is still on our list, but I’ve had plenty of family and friends visit and highly recommend many things.
What destinations are on the top of your travel wish list?
Want to read more tips for traveling worldwide on a budget? Check out my blog at Shereen Travels Cheap or find me on Facebook or Twitter. You’ll also find product and website suggestions, packing tips, current deals and a whole lot more to help you travel better for less!