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The Most Expensive Travel Destinations In America
On the surface, Anaheim, California, sounds like the perfect place to visit with the entire family, but the average total for a leisure stay is approximately $730 per person with a daily hotel rate of around $178 a night. If you plan on visiting Disneyland, a day pass is between $129 - $149 per person for ages 10 and up.
Anaheim, California
With a myriad of national parks, museums and wildlife tours, Alaska stands out among the list of places worth visiting in your lifetime, but if Anchorage is on your list, be sure to budget accordingly. The best time to visit Alaska is during the summer, but it could cost you up to $3,000 per person, according to Alaska's tourism bureau.
Anchorage, Alaska
If you're a fan of winter sports, Aspen, Colorado, is a paradise for skiers and skateboarders, but it'll just cost you a pretty penny or two to enjoy the city to its fullest. The average price for a four-star hotel in Aspen is over $400 per night and a classic pass to ski on the city's mountains is $299.
Aspen, Colorado
If you enjoy game days with the family, there's no better time to vacation than in the fall, but if you're traveling to Austin, Texas, the average price for a domestic flight is around $358. If you're hoping to catch your favorite college team in action, Texas Longhorns football tickets can range between $40 and $100.
Austin, Texas
The average price of a one-night stay in a minimum three-star hotel in Boston was $221 during the peak month of October. Fans of the New England Patriots hoping to catch the team at Gillette Stadium in nearby Foxboro should be prepared to spend quite a bit extra as a fun game day with snacks and drinks included will cost close to $500.
Boston, Massachusetts