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Best and Cheap Places to Travel in the US

February is generally considered part of the off-season and undeniably the best month for traveling, exploring and ensuring affordable rates and a lack of crowds. Vacation within the month of Valentine’s week might be crowded, but you can also plan your cheap vacations for expressing your excitement for spending quality time with your special partner or friends.

Traveling across borders can be expensive but traveling within the borders of the USA will be both economical and rejuvenating. The waves of this month give its tourists the feeling of first winter snow that has long faded, but there’s still a month to go before entering into the spring season.

There are plenty of places in which one can go and book their cheap ticket flights to enjoy vacations that promise to take the drear out of winter.

1. Saranac Lake, New York

In February, you can always get pleasure to visit the hotel Saranac that opened in 1927. This landmark property reopened after four years with the renovation of 30 million dollars that pay homage to the hotel’s “Great Gatsby” roots. The renovated decor will give its tourists the mesmerizing view of retro travel posters and grand lobby with original chandeliers. You can always book your tickets during February for 10 days or so to enjoy the events that comprise parade, fireworks and a life-size ice palace. And if you are not a huge fan of skiing at Whiteface Mountain, then you can ahead to the Saranac Lake’s famous Winter Carnival (one of the main tourist attraction point.)

2. Seattle, Washington

If you’re interested in art and its beauty, then visiting Seattle in February is the most exciting place month of the year for the art lovers. In Seattle, the month of February is counted as the Museum Month which means half-price admission to Seattle’s top museums.

This means that you simply request your complimentary museum pass from your hotel concierge. Seattle is the hub for the cultural institutions, with 40 cultural institutions around the cities that allow the visitors to participate and easily tap into some of the fantastic exhibits at MoPop, Seattle Aquarium, Seattle Art Museum and much more.

3. Naples, Florida

This city remains as the “paradise coast” of Florida (the hurricane hasn’t tarnished Naples’ reputation.) The month of February makes the tourists feel the essence and the beauty of this city. The grand reopening of the resort ‘Naples Grande Beach Resort’ makes tourists experience the beauty of this 200- acre property with its own nature reserve. The continuous renovation makes its incoming guests enjoy the beauty of what the refurbished royal property is. The guests not only enjoy Florida’s beauty alone but they also visit the beauty of their refurbished rooms and restaurants.

So, book your tickets to Florida for enjoying a lively outdoor weekend in February to enjoy the famous ‘Naples National Art Festival’ – landscaping with replanted trees and exotic flowers.

4. Manhattan Beach, Florida

Looking for a fun February vacation, then you can never go wrong with choosing Manhattan Beach in Florida. You can easily plan an escape to the west coast this February for enjoying the luscious beaches of Manhattan. The luxurious hotel Westdrift is now opened near the beach; this property is designed to resemble elegant beach bungalows with handsome hardwood floors with crisp modern furnishings. The resort is span in 26 acres that include not only the luxurious rooms but also nine-hole golf courses.

Book your cheap February flights, so that you can enjoy most of your time while soaking up dolorously under sun rays. Now, you can always consider these top American cities for planning your affordable yet fun vacations.

Kristina Lufian

Editor-in-chief & Founder. Her journalism career began over a decade ago, and she is currently pursuing a Master's degree in Journalism at Harvard University. Kristina Lufian has also earned undergraduate degrees in Art of Communications and Media and Philology of Foreign Languages. "My mission is to inspire the next generation of leaders to foster their individuality, empower literacy and value high-quality content. I love to break stereotypes and embrace the uniqueness of each individual through my storytelling and interviewing the representatives of success and inspiration."
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