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Everyone deserves a little getaway, but so many places come with a huge price tag. Today we’ll be looking at a couple affordable winter vacation spots so you can give yourself a bit of TLC right after the holiday season!

Boston, Massachusetts

Boston is home to the cultural birthplace of the United States of America, so there are so many historical sites to visit. As always, with places up north, you can expect freezing temperatures, but isn’t that part of the charm? There’s ice skating and snow covered parks, it’s truly a winter wonderland. If you wanna stay close to sports, however, you can stay at the Verb Hotel near Fenway Park.

Vail and Beaver Creek, Colorado

If skiing and snowboarding is your jam, Colorado is probably the best winter destination to visit. With unmatched skiing slopes, great restaurants, and an incredible wintery scenery, there’s no denying that Colorado is an awesome place to get away. We definitely recommend visiting both ski towns, Beaver Creek as well as Vail, as they’re 30 minutes apart. They both have good things about them: Vail has a great nightlife and terrain, and Beaver Creek is incredible for families.

Orange County, California

If snow isn’t your jam, why not try out a sunny area? Orange County, California is home to amazing theme parks like Disneyland, where there may be less crowds because of the holidays, incredible beach scenery to walk on, though it may be too cold for a swim, and nearby cities like Huntington Beach and Dana Point to walk around. There’s so much to do in this place without having to worry about bundling up. Lather on some sunscreen and get going!

Nashville, Tennessee

While temperatures can vary from below freezing to low fifties, Nashville is a chilly spot around January and February. However, if you bundle up and keep warm, there’s nothing you can’t do in the iconic Music City. Thank goodness for heatings, as most of their iconic attractions are indoors! You can go see live music in the honky-tonks, the Grand Ole Opry, the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, and even the National Museum of African American Music!