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Budget Vacation Guide 2012

Budget Vacation Guide 2012

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A long-time traveler to Cuba returns to Havana to chronicle how it has changed over the years.

  • Christine Bean
    Christine Bean

    Would love to visit where my mother grew up

The textiles of Ghana are incredible!

Colorful houses are the norm in the La Candelaria district of Bogota.

The Albanian Market in Skopje, Macedonia.

Angkor Wat, in Siem Reap, Cambodia, has the power to take your breath away.

Of all the cities in Cambodia currently set to make major moves in the international tourism market, none is more poised to do so than the northwestern city of Siem Reap, a city better known as the gateway to Angkor Wat.

Macedonia's reputation as a tourist destination has slowly grown over the last few years, and with good reason. The country offers amazingly good value for money.

With a bustling capital city, Tbilisi, mountainous regions like Svaneti and Tusheti, a prime beach resort in Batumi, and the wine region of Kakheti, Georgia boasts a seemingly unending supply of exciting sites and experiences for visitors. And while Georgians may be feeling the pinch of rising prices, most visitors will experience Georgia as a great bargain.

Budget Vacation Guide 2012: Tiblisi, Georgia - Gadling

It is not hard to travel around Ghana and spend very little money.

This summer, soccer fans from around the world will flock to Ukraine when the country co-hosts UEFA Euro2012 with Poland for the very first time. There's no better time to visit the capital city of Kiev, which has spent the past few years beefing up its tourist infrastructure and recently unveiled a completely redesigned Olympic Stadium in preparation for the final match of the quadrennial European soccer tournament.

Everything about Bogota, Colombia's capital of culture, cuisine and Cumbia, begs for further exploration. Best of all, there's never been a better (or cheaper) time to investigate.