As we get older, the idea of a vacation may change – instead of bustling around a city looking for beer festivals or the best nightlife spots, the idea of a relaxing game of golf or an interesting museum may be more appealing. Our PHL parking company has come up with a list of 8 great places to take your next vacation:
Las Vegas, Nevada
You’re never too old to go to Sin City. With so many things to do and see, you’ll never get bored. Plus, the city often has great deals on hotels (many with pools!) and meals, so if you’re traveling on a budget, you’ll get a good bang for your buck.
If you’re a seafood lover, you won’t be disappointed in Baltimore. Besides great food, you’ll also find an array of museums, historic sites, shops, and the Baltimore Aquarium – one of the top-rated aquariums in the country.
Most people go to Orlando to visit Disney World, but chances are you’ve done that already. Orlando is also known for its great golf courses, shopping malls, and gardens – and you’ll often find good deals on hotel rooms in the off-season.
Who doesn’t want to relax and enjoy the atmosphere in Hawaii? Head to Oahu and you’ll find a variety of beach condos, great golf courses, and exclusive local cuisine that you won’t experience anywhere else.
If you’ve never heard of Branson, it’s a great vacation spot for older individuals. The area features more than 50 theaters, Missouri’s best golf course, and an array of restaurants and shopping – all easily accessible.
Boston is a great destination for those who are interested in history. Ride the country’s first subway system, walk the Freedom Trail, or visit one of the area’s many museums. Don’t forget to head to Boston Harbor before you leave.
Charleston, South Carolina
If you love Southern charm, head to Charleston for a great way to relax. The city is full of friendly, polite locals and dozens of historical buildings and churches. Kiawah Island is just a short drive away and features great golf and beach-front cottages.
Washington D.C. is another great place to go if you’re interested in history and is very budget-friendly, since most of the national attractions and museums are free to enter. Washington D.C.’s metro system is also very easy to use, so you’ll have no trouble getting around.