The 7 Cheapest Cities For Vacationing In The United States

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3) Santa Fe (3 of 7)

Santa Fe

3) Santa Fe (3 of 7)

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New Mexico is the place to be if you want your vacation to be fun and happening, and the best part is that the place is really affordable. If you love travelling and meeting new people, you can spend your time here learning Navajo and about the culture of Zuni Pueblo. Don’t forget to pay a visit to the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center – the admission fee is only $6. Other must visit places include the

Santa Fe Indian market, Santa Fe’s Georgia O’Keeffe Museum, and the Sandia Peak Tramway in Albuquerque. If you want to eat good food head straight to the Owl Cafe or Harry’s Roadhouse, as a decent deal there will cost under $8. The hotels here cost less than $150 per night, which is great if you are on a budget.

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