Best & Worst Cities for Summer Travel 2014


With more people expected to travel this summer than in years past, the leading personal finance social network WalletHub today released its list of the Best & Worst Cities for 2014 Summer Travel in order to supplement the money-saving information already available to travelers through CardHub’s Currency Conversion & Best Travel Credit Card studies.Below you can find an overview of WalletHub’s rankings, which are based on airfare costs, flight times, and the number of connections for round-trip flights from the 50 largest U.S. metro areas to the most popular summer 2014 travel destinations – both domestic and international.

Best Domestic Departure Points Best International Departure Points
1. Philadelphia, PA 1. Chicago, IL
2. Atlanta, GA 2. New York, NY
3. Charlotte, NC 3. Washington, DC
4. Detroit, MI 4. Cleveland, OH
5. Chicago, Il 5. Miami, FL
Top Domestic Destinations Tip International Destinations
1. Orlando, FL 1. Cancun, Mexico
2. Virginia Beach, VA 2. Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
3. Las Vegas, NV 3. San Jose Del Cabo, Mexico
4. San Diego, CA 4. Montego Bay, Jamaica
5. Myrtle Beach, SC 5. Oranjestad, Aruba

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Please let me know if you have any questions about the report’s findings or if you would like to schedule a phone, Skype, or in-studio interview with one of WalletHub’s WalletGurus.

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