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The Best U.S. Cities For An Amazing Staycation

By Nadia-Elysse Harris

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You don’t necessarily need to leave your home city to take a break from your day-to-day. Staycations are the perfect option for those saving up for their dream getaway.

 

That said, not every city is created equal. The more attractions, activities, and innovative restaurants your home city has, the better it is for the quintessential staycation experience. Award-winning app Wallethub has ranked the top American cities for staycations. The company used recreation, food and entertainment, and rest and relaxation to rank the cities.

 

RELATED: How to Have a Parisian Staycation in NYC

 

Did yours make the list?

 

The Top 20 Best Places For Staycation:

1. Orlando, FL

2. Honolulu, HI

3. Chicago, IL

4. Seattle, WA

5. Portland, OR

6. Tampa, FL

7. Las Vegas, NV

8. San Francisco, CA

9. San Diego, CA

10. Charleston, SC

11. Atlanta, GA

12. Minneapolis, MN

13. New York, NY

14. Virginia Beach, VA

15. Fort Lauderdale, FL

16. Scottsdale, AZ

17. Washington, DC

18. Philadelphia, PA

19. Salt Lake City, UT

20. Boise, ID

 

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