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7 budget-friendly countries to visit in 2020

Mediafeed Logo By Matt Miczulski of Mediafeed | Slide 1 of 10: Not every budget has room for a grand tour of the most popular foreign destinations; yet, that doesn’t mean you can’t discover a new and unexpected locale that doesn’t require breaking the bank. As you look for fresh ideas of places to go, you may want to consider traveling to a country that will not only knock your socks off but also stretch your buck a little further.Sure, vacationing with your budget in mind — especially a strict budget — tends to take a little more planning. You might spend more time on the lookout for the best deal. Or you’re super organized about using the ideal credit card for foreign travel. But what’s the trade-off for your efforts? Getting your travel fix for less, of course. And when you travel to a country where the exchange rates are favorable to the U.S. dollar, you can save even more.So, before the greenback loses value, here are seven countries to visit where the dollar goes far.

Vacation on a budget

Not every budget has room for a grand tour of the most popular foreign destinations; yet, that doesn’t mean you can’t discover a new and unexpected locale that doesn’t require breaking the bank. As you look for fresh ideas of places to go, you may want to consider traveling to a country that will not only knock your socks off but also stretch your buck a little further.

Sure, vacationing with your budget in mind — especially a strict budget — tends to take a little more planning. You might spend more time on the lookout for the best deal. Or you’re super organized about using the ideal credit card for foreign travel. But what’s the trade-off for your efforts? Getting your travel fix for less, of course. And when you travel to a country where the exchange rates are favorable to the U.S. dollar, you can save even more.

So, before the greenback loses value, here are seven countries to visit where the dollar goes far.

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