Other affordable destinations include Albuquerque, NM, where there’s a wealth of free museums and cultural activities that don’t include meth-making, and, oddly, Salt Lake City, UT, where everyone's super friendly.
While Florida won the cheapest state title, California proved to be the most expensive state, with Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Santa Barbara all in the bottom 10. But the most expensive city, to no one’s surprise, is New York City, where staying the night in a hotel will likely set you back around $200 or more. Jacksonville's looking pretty good now, huh? OK, maybe not.
Assuming you haven’t already booked a plane ticket to J-Ville, here are the 10 cheapest cities for a vacation, followed by the 10 most expensive.
The 10 cheapest cities for a vacation:
10. Denver, CO
9. Memphis, TN
8. Salt Lake City, UT
7. Grand Rapids, MI
6. Albuquerque, NM
5. Detroit, MI
4. Kansas City, MO
3. Orlando, FL
2. Jacksonville, FL
1. Las Vegas, NV
The 10 most expensive cities for a vacation: