A few months ago average hotel prices in London and New York City were neck and neck, around $250 a night. Then came Brexit and the pound's 14% drop. "Britain is effectively on sale, giving American tourists a fantastic opportunity to visit this historically expensive country on the cheap," says Zach Honig, editor of ThePointsGuy.com. The Tower of London, featured in the image above, is located in central London and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.Getty Images
A few months ago average hotel prices in London and New York City were neck and neck, around $250 a night. Then came Bre
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The Best Tourist-Friendly Vacation Spots for People Who Hate Other Tourists

Aug 19, 2016

The summer travel season may be winding down, but cities like New York never seem to get a break from the bus tours, congested sidewalks, and wide-eyed tourists.

If you're not one for the crowded streets—but still in need of a fulfilling vacation—it may be worth considering one of these seven alternative travel destinations. For example, instead of booking a trans-Atlantic flight to Paris, why not catch the next plane, train, or bus to Montreal, where you'll enjoy old world French-Canadian charm at a reasonable price.

On this list, there are destinations perfect for city-goers, outdoorsmen, and culture snobs alike. Check out our list of international and domestic destinations that will have you reaching for your camera more often than your wallet.

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