With the peso collapsing more and more against the dollar and the high prices that must be paid for a ticket to travel outside the country, Argentines have set out to find economic options that allow them to travel abroad.
For this reason, after researching the web, we have devised a list of cheap usa destinations for travelers on a tight budget. The North American country is known for being an expensive destination, but this is not necessarily the case.
Of course, regardless of the destination in the USA, within the travel budget it is necessary to contemplate what needs to be paid for a visa for Argentines, which is mandatory to visit the country.
Cheap destinations in the United States
As expected, to travel to the United States without punishing your pocket so much, it is necessary to move a little away from the most common and popular options among travelers.
However, this also represents an opportunity to know other places of this huge country. Here are the options:
It is an economically more accessible option for sea lovers than other beach destinations in the country.
In fact, Daytona is not only a cheap place in Florida, but also one of the cheapest places to travel in the U.S.
This city has more than 37 kilometers of sandy beaches, ideal for traveling with the family. In addition to offering endless free activities to enjoy, as well as a good range of hotels and restaurants at reasonable prices.
Affordable Daytona Plans:
- Free guided tour of the Angell & Phelps Chocolate Factory
- Free Bandshell Summer Concert with offerings ranging from jazz to Latin during the summer
- Take walks along the kilometric beaches of fine sand
- Search for sea turtles on the beaches
- Visit the Southeast Museum of Photography, the official museum of photography in Florida
We leave you some estimates so that you can organize the budget for your trip to Daytona:
- Cheap hotel and apartment rentals: between $55 and $120 per night, according to Booking.com
- Cheap Flights to Daytona Beach: Starting at $97 from New York
- Meals in an inexpensive restaurant per day: between $15 and $20 per day
- Approximate price of local transportation: $15
New Orleans, Louisiana
At first glance it may seem like an expensive option due to its enormous popularity. However, it is possible to enjoy this iconic destination without spending as much money as you imagine.
Cheap plans in New Orleans:
- A walk along the banks of the Mississippi River is among the essentials in any visit to New Orleans. It is an activity that does not involve any expense and is suitable for romantic or family plans
- For $2 per person you can also hop on the Algiers ferry to cruise the waters of the Mississippi and see some of the oldest parts of the city.
- Walk the streets of the “French Quarter” and the Garden District and taste the local cuisine, enjoy its antique shops, restaurants and museums
- Ride the iconic streetcar from the French Quarter to the Garden District with affordable tickets
- Visit the century-old New Orleans Museum of Art, which boasts a vast collection of paintings, sculptures, photography, and historical artifacts dating from pre-Christian to modern times
The travel budget in New Orleans can include:
- Stay in cheap hostels: $10 $15 per night
- Stay in hotels and cheap rental apartments: between $25 and $80 per night, depending on booking.com
- Cheap Flights to New Orleans Under $50 from New York
- Expenses in meals in cheap restaurants: Between $10 and $15 dollars per day
- Local transportation: $20
Salt Lake City, Utah
And we jump to another budget option that is more worth visiting in the fall, Salt Lake City.
This city has a wide variety of free historical attractions for visitors in its historic Temple Square (“Temple Square”).
In fact, one of the great features of Salt Lake City as a tourist destination is that many of its museums, gardens, and major attractions are completely free.
In addition, the Utah Transit Authority has established a low-cost transportation system that allows tourists to get around at very reasonable prices.
Cheap plans in Salt Lake City:
- You can’t miss historic Temple Square, Salt Lake City’s most iconic tourist attraction. In it you can enjoy the Mormon Temple, the Tabernacle, the Assembly Hall, the Seagull Monument and also enjoy its beautiful gardens, as well as other significant structures and works of art.
- For the more adventurous there is the Bonneville Shoreline Trail. A trail that is 160 kilometers long and offers incredible views of the Salt Lake Valley and the city skyline. It is especially beautiful in spring
- Get to know the Joseph Smith Memorial Building, another classic of the city. Known for its majestic architecture and decoration
- Take in views of the city from the Utah State Capitol
To travel to Salt Lake City you will need approximately:
- Stay in hostels: between $25 and $30 per night
- Stay in a cheap hotel or apartment rental: between $60 and $120 per night, depending on booking.com
- Spending on meals in cheap restaurants: between $15 and $20 per day
- Local transport price: $25