Best Places To Travel In 2015


Have you ever found yourself saying, “I definitely want to travel this year, but I don’t know where to go.” Don’t worry, you’re not alone.

Many people often have trouble picking a destination they want to visit, and for a few different reasons. First, they can’t seem to pick a date and stick to it. Many times want-to-be vacationers can’t find a concrete time to travel so they keep putting off the vacation. We’ve found that its best to plan a vacation 3 months in advance. This not only gives you enough time to properly plan, but its also enough time to not feel like you’re planning it in a rush.

The next reason is that vacations can cost a lot of money so finding a place you want to visit while sticking to a budget can be pretty hard. Not to worry – we have you covered here.

We’ve gone ahead and compiled some of the best places to vacation, and doing so on a budget.

1. Bali

If you’re looking for a lot of romantic and beautiful beaches, Bali is the place to be. Not only are hotel prices down nearly 10%, but chances are you can find even cheaper hotels that have high star ratings.

2. Italy

No, you don’t have to spend a fortune to see some of the worlds prettiest buildings, and structures. This is one myth that many people don’t know about. In fact, its estimated that about 20 million visitors will be traveling to Milan for a world fair event. Whether its the beautiful buildings, or incredible shops, Italy is bound to grab your attention.

3. Nashville

Even if you don’t like country music, Nashville is one hot spot you want to visit. This newly hip town has exploded recently not just for its music scene, but also the nightlife. With tons of quaint little restaurants, scenic views, and diverse music, Nashville is one place you need to visit; and with hotel prices around $100 a night, you can get a nice weekend trip in for much less than other rising towns.

4. Barcelona

What once use to be the tourist hotspot for Europeans, is now turning into a hotspot for Americans. Barcelona offers a great town with rich history. Whether you want to visit one of many parks, or simple head to the market, Barcelona is sure to offer you a great experience.

5. Denver

If you didn’t already know, Denver was the first state to legalize recreational marijuana. No, that doesn’t mean there are potheads running around everywhere. In fact, its quite the opposite. This business oriented town is booming not only from the great tax advantages of having a company there, but also from all of the breweries that are popping up. Some of the worlds best breweries are churning out beer like you’ve never tasted before.

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