The best places to spend this summer and save some bucks in the attempt

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  1. San Antonio, Texas, the United States of America

You like to enjoy authentic Mexican food, San Antonio has it. Before thinking of an extravagant trip through Europe or any other international destination, I invite you to give San Antonio a try for the weekend. From San Antonio’s river walk to the beautiful Japanese Tea Garden, you will not be short of places to visit. There are also many historical sites that you can visit, such as the Cathedral of San Fernando, which offers evening light shows at no cost.

If you are visiting San Antonio during the weekend, be sure to stop by San Pedro Creek Culture Park. This is definitely a spot you will want to visit next time you are around the downtown area. The San Pedro Creek Culture park is a place where culture, beauty, and art collide in San Antonio. San Pedro Creek Culture Park is also home to precious wildlife that will help you take in the true beauty of the creek and surroundings you’ll come across.

  1. Buenos Aires, Argentina

There is no city in the world as intoxicating as Buenos Aires. The streets are full of great European-style architecture, cozy cafes and endless parks. The basic foods of this budget-friendly city are meat, wine, empanadas, and ice cream.

 Plaza Serrano is the perfect place to find restaurants, bars, artisans and urban designers, in this place they market their products on weekends.

The Jardin Botanico (Botanical Garden) is a national monument, almost 170 years old, it has been carefully designed with more than 5,000 species of plants, beautiful sculptures, and greenhouses.

The Puente de la Mujer (Bridge of the Woman) This pedestrian bridge is a milestone in the architectural history of Buenos Aires and a must-see designed by Santiago Calatrava. For some locals, the Puente de la Mujer resembles a woman dancing the tango.

In Buenos Aires there are many speakeasies or hidden bars, in appearance they are normal restaurants where people go to enjoy a good dinner, but in them there are waiters who invite you to go to the cellar, which is nothing more than an entrance to a Hidden bar where there are all kinds of wines and liquors that you can try. The speakeasy date from the time of the prohibition and in Buenos Aires are still an attraction where you can have fun and have a good time, to be able to enter there are some of them ask for a password that is updated once a day on his Facebook page.

  1. Puebla, Mexico

This is undoubtedly one of the most magical cities in Mexico. Puebla has many surprises to offer, the city is a UNESCO heritage site and it is easy to see why. With a schist architecture, you could spend days exploring the historic center and admiring what seems to be an infinite number of churches.

Despite being the fourth largest city in Mexico, you will hardly see other tourists, that will give you the freedom to visit and explore all its wealth in a peaceful environment. Puebla is well known for its gastronomic wealth, the mole is one of the main delights that anyone who visits the city should try and we have not even started talking about their typical candy that is simply delicious.

The city of Puebla can be felt in some of its most representative expressions by visiting its main neighborhoods, among which are the Barrio de Analco and the Barrio del Artista (The Artist Neighborhood).

Analco was founded in 1531 by a community of Tlaxcala Indians who settled on one of the banks of the San Francisco River, although the place soon gained its colonial atmosphere by Spanish intervention.

The Barrio del Artista is a space of the historic center frequented by bohemian people and linked to art. Its vital center is the square in which local artists paint and exhibit their works in front of a large number of tourists who visit the place. It is also an open stage for theater and music.

If you want to live an unforgettable experience without having to get into debt, you can visit any of these three wonderful places, different cultures that will greatly enrich your life experience this next summer.

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