Last Updated on January 17, 2020
Sometimes the best places to travel are those where you can do more things for less money. For the American adventurous travelers out there looking for a deeper understanding of a foreign country and who want to escape conventional tourist routes, traveling to a country whose currency is far weaker than the U. S. dollar might be a great option.
Taking advantage of favorable exchange rates is a trick long used by the more experienced travelers. But this is actually a great time to do it since the U.S dollar hit a 30-year high in 2019 and is still looking strong at the beginning of the new year – this might not last the entire year, especially after the instability caused by the conflicts with Iran.
With all this in mind, here are 8 travel destinations where you will be able to get the most out of your dollar.
However, if you want the following affordable travel destinations to be truly inexpensive, you must avoid the most popular tourist spots since the restaurants and hotels close to those places always have highly inflated prices that are adjusted to the purchasing power of tourists (and not that of the locals).
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We know that a trip to Japan is far from being considered cheap. But if you always loved the Japanese culture and you have been considering visiting this country for a long time, now is the right time to do it as the yen is down against the U.S. dollar. Open your favorite travel website and see if you can find a good deal for the next couple of months.
Bear in mind that later this year in June, the Olympic Games will take place in Tokyo. You should avoid traveling to Japan around that time of the year as both airfare and accommodation prices will be highly inflated due to the expected increase in demand.
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