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How to 'Travel Abroad' Without Leaving the Country in Boston and Beyond

Cheapism Logo By Jamie Ballard,Jennifer Fitzgerald ,Sarah McClutchy,Kate Levin,Susan Henson,Fionna Agomuoh,Lee Turner,Testo DeBesto,Max Levitte,Bill Marcus,Paul Sisolak,Matthew Clibanoff,Jason Steele,John Kim,Terry Sullivan,Julia Tell,Paul Hiebert,Suzanne Schneider,Lydia Roth,Maria Korolov,Taylor Milan of Cheapism | Slide 1 of 19: Overseas travel will always be the best way to get a feel for other cultures, but the cost of plane tickets, accommodations, and sightseeing can put it out of reach for many — even with very careful budgeting. Happily, there are many places in the U.S. — including Boston — that make it possible to enjoy "international" experiences without paying the steep costs of foreign travel.

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Overseas travel will always be the best way to get a feel for other cultures, but the cost of plane tickets, accommodations, and sightseeing can put it out of reach for many — even with very careful budgeting. Happily, there are many places in the U.S. — including Boston — that make it possible to enjoy "international" experiences without paying the steep costs of foreign travel.

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