The economy is recovering – and travel spend reflects that. This summer, U.S. travelers will have taken an average of 2.8 one-week trips, and 43 percent will have take long weekend trips, according to a summer travel survey conducted by American Express
, which polled a random sampling of 1,500 participants defined by a minimum annual household income of $100,000. Spending an average of $1,180 per person, travelers are back on the map. As August marks the slow wind down of these hot months, we at Bundle brainstormed the best end-of-summer vacation ideas that are easy on your wallet and fun for all. Here’s where not
to travel – these are America’s most expensive vacation towns.
Read on to find out how to make the most of the last dog days of summer.