Published On: Dec 19 2012 11:27:40 AM CSTUpdated On: Sep 16 2013 01:00:00 AM CDT
Looking for a fall travel adventure that won't break the bank? Take a look at these top budget destinations for 2013, according to Budget Travel.
The Bahamas: Plenty of spots full of natural beauty, great nightlife and lots of good food put this destination on the map.
Kho Phi Phi, Thailand: These gorgeous beaches were made famous by the film "The Beach."
Northern Ireland: Derry/Londonderry is starting a tourism push after becoming a U.K City of Culture. Plus, which more airlines starting to serve the area, prices on airfare to Northern Ireland are expected to come down.
Antalya, Turkey: Known as the Turkish Riveria, visitors will find beaches, city life and ancient sites here.
Loire Valley, France: Hotel prices in this historic wine region dropped this year, which is good news for wine-loving travelers.
Nashville, Tenn.: New hotels, expanded food offerings and a soon-to-open new convention center are livening up this city.
Palm Springs, Calif.: Airfares to this desert destination have dropped recently, which is great for deal-seekers.
Toronto, Canada: Tons of new hotels have opened up here, but the prices haven't skyrocketed. With plenty of cultural options and outdoor activities nearby, there's something for everyone.
Slovakia: Formerly part of the Czech Republic, this young country still has plenty of history -- the city of Kosice has been around since the 12th century.
Boracay Islands, The Philippines: This island's beautiful beaches are becoming increasingly popular with both U.S. and east Asian tourists.
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