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Visit These U.S. Destinations For A Budget-Friendly Bachelor Party
By ROBERT ISENBERG
Browse the blackjack tables, puff a cigar indoors, and sip some scotch, which is free if you're in a casino and visibly playing games.
Las Vegas, Nevada
The most colorful quarter of the city is also its least expensive. Fremont Street is the "original" Vegas, and iconic venues are a fraction of the price of The Strip.
Hike the Valley of Fire or book a Lake Mead ATV tour; gun clubs and ranges are all over. Vegas was built on tourism, so activities are easily reserved and packed with bargains.
Bourbon Street is one of the country's most beloved party districts. Music pours out every door and window, and downtown is easy to get around on foot.
New Orleans, Louisiana
The French Quarter, or "Vieux Carré" (old neighborhood), has affordable hotels, and foodie bachelors will love the hundreds of Cajun, Creole, and fusion restaurants.
Arrange a fishing trip in Lake Pontchartrain, tour crawdad shacks along the coast, or even watch gators come out in the bayou twilight.
As a Wild West town designed by hotel developers and golf enthusiasts, Scottsdale has flawless blue skies, moderate winters, and authentic mezcal.
Scottsdale, Arizona
Cowboy culture is everywhere, especially in Old Town Scottsdale, where you can buy authentic Stetsons and visit saloons and barbecue joints surrounded by top-notch resorts.
Golfers travel worldwide for the grassy courses in the middle of the Sonoran Desert. You can also hike Camelback Mountain or drive to the Superstition Mountains.
Amid divine weather, beaches, hand-rolled cigars, and white fedoras, scores of hotels and AirBnBs cater to every budget in Miami.
Miami, Florida
Traveler Blog the boardwalk, the South Pointe Pier, and the Art Deco Historic District, or organize various activities, from fishing to snorkeling the reefs of Biscayne National Park.
The nightlife boasts throbbing dance clubs and cocktail-slinging cabanas open until the wee hours. The dining scene is a spicy mix of Southern, Cuban, and other Caribbean fare.
Philly has history, cheesesteaks, and attitude. Center City is walkable, with The Benjamin Franklin Museum, Independence Hall, and the Liberty Bell.
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
The Philadelphia Museum of Art has Picassos and Van Goghs, and you can sprint up the staircase and pose with the Rocky Balboa statue.
There is always some kind of first-class sporting event, and local fans are die-hard. Sports fans can catch a game of the 76ers, the Phillies, the Flyers, or the Eagles.