Best Places to Visit Where the Dollar Is Strong

From the Americas and Europe to Africa and Asia, we list the 10 best places to travel to where the U.S. dollar is the strongest.

Mt. Fuji and Tokyo skyline.
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You might think that foreign travel has to be expensive, but this isn’t the case for every destination. With inflation hiking prices all around the world, there are still places where your dollar will stretch enough to make your dream vacation a reality. You can still hike around World Heritage sites or relax on the best beaches, and it will cost you less than other popular travel hotspots. 

Our ranking is based on how each currency is currently performing against the dollar (at the time of writing). If you want to find the cheapest countries in the world to travel to, we’ve got the details to help you decide where to head next. 

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Quincy is the digital producer at Kiplinger. He joined Kiplinger in May 2021. Before, he worked at Agora Financial - Paradigm Press and was a contributing writer for several other online media publications.

In his current role at Kiplinger, Quincy manages Kiplinger's newsletters, including Kiplinger Today, Investing Weekly, Tax Tips, Kiplinger’s Special Report, and Closing Bell. At the same time, he writes numerous articles every month. 

When he’s not working, he’s taking his dogs for a walk or fishing. 

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