5 Affordable Spring Travel Locations


It’s a perfect time to go out on an inexpensive trip to some beautiful and charming places when the spring flowers start blossoming in different colors. There are five low-priced spring travel spots that cater for all preferences and pockets, be it breath-taking scenery, cultural tours or a simple rest. From attractive country retreats to energetic metropolitan centers, let’s dive into those cost-effective gems lying undiscovered.

Istanbul, Turkey

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One of our all-time favorite places to visit for sightseeing and dining is Istanbul. The biggest city in Turkey has so much amazing architecture, natural beauty, museums, and mosques that you’ll want to stay longer. And let’s not even talk about the restaurants. You won’t ever want to settle for toast and cereal again after you’ve had a real Turkish breakfast.

Turkey is more reasonably priced than its European neighbors; your lodging will account for the majority of your expenses. Fortunately, there are a few excellent hotels with reasonable prices located directly along the Bosphorus Strait. Visit the Hilton Istanbul Bosphorus for stunning views, dependable service, and unexpectedly affordable prices.


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Buenos Aires, Argentina

When it comes to the sights and noises you’ll encounter on the ground, Buenos Aires seems like a lifetime away. However, visiting a city in South America has the benefit of minimizing jetlag. With only two hours separating the city from New York, you’ll be more than prepared to dive right into the amazing nightlife the city has to offer.

Argentina is a terrific destination to feel the warmth and energy of South America; public transportation, museum admissions, and food and drink prices are all very reasonable. Since the city is about to enter its fall season, you may also get some excellent deals right now on high-rise accommodations like the Live Soho Boutique & Apartments Palermo Hollywood.


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Mexico City, Mexico

One of our favorite destinations for a fast weekend in urban Latin America is Mexico City, which is accessible by relatively quick flight from almost anyplace in the United States. Even though the city has witnessed a significant increase of US visitors since the pandemic, it still has a very Mexican feel to it. It also features a reasonably priced food and drink scene, which is especially appealing if you’re eager to try Mexican street food.

Independent hotels and hostels, such as the Palacios de los Deportes, are extremely affordable, with rooms starting at less than $50 per night. We recommend staying somewhere a little more upscale, such the NH Collection México City Centro Histórico, if you’re searching for creature comforts.


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Victoria, British Columbia

Although Victoria, the capital city of British Columbia, has a reputation for being rather pricey, it offers exquisite food and friendly locals at a far more affordable cost than Vancouver. Take advantage of Victoria Harbour’s whale-watching tours or treat yourself to the legendary afternoon tea at the Fairmont Empress Hotel to experience the marine culture.

Since it’s simpler to go around on foot, you should definitely base yourself someplace around Victoria Harbour in terms of lodging. For reasonable prices, excellent service, and views of the ocean, we suggest the Delta Hotels by Marriott Victoria Ocean Pointe Resort.


Marrakech, Morocco

You don’t need to travel all the way to Dubai or Qatar to enjoy the scorching dry desert climate, delicious Middle Eastern cuisine, and outstanding hospitality. Morocco’s capital city has everything you could possibly need for a fantastic holiday, yet even if you want to splurge on opulent experiences and lodging, it’s still reasonably priced.

You won’t have to spend thousands on souvenirs (unless, of course, you want to) when you shop Marrakech’s souks and spice markets; it’s an experience in and of itself. A riad like the Riad l’Oiseau du Paradis is what you should book; it has a fantastic inner courtyard with a private pool that you will want to cool off in after a strenuous day in the desert sun.

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