From some of the most beautiful views to the most friendly residents, Canada’s long list of accolades continues to grow.

Though it certainly isn’t easy to live or work in some of the country’s most popular destinations, Travel and Leisure has just named 3 cities among the world’s cheapest places to travel in 2024.

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According to the publication, Vancouver, Montreal and Toronto are where you should go if you’re looking for an affordable vacation alongside places like San JosĂ©, Costa Rica, Panama City, Panama and Denver Colorado.

“Kayak, one of the world’s leading travel search engines, shared with Travel + Leisure a list of domestic and international destinations for low-cost trips. To determine the most wallet-friendly locations, the company analyzed flight searches from July 2023 through December 2023 for travel during 2024,” they explained.

“The top 250 most-clicked destinations with the lowest average combined flight and hotel price were considered, excluding outliers based on certain criteria such as travel restrictions and security concerns. Prices and percentages are on average and subject to change.”

So what makes these particular locations so desirable and where did they rank?

In the 12th spot, Toronto, Ontario was revered for its incredible food and art scene.

“Both locals and visitors enjoy St. Lawrence Market in the historic Old Town, where there’s fresh produce, handicrafts, and gourmet specialties,” they write.

“But for an average flight and hotel cost of $692, Toronto offers even more to see and do, from lively nightlife and sports events.”

Next, Montreal was placed in the 13th spot with tourists spending an average of $704 USD on their hotel and flight.

Lastly, in the 17th spot, T+L claimed that the average cost of a flight and hotel for a trip to Vancouver comes to $863 USD.

In addition to Stanley Park and Granville Island, their restaurants, markets and all-year entertainment make it a hit with guests.

Here’s who else made the cut this year:

  1. Denver, Colorado
  2. Chicago, Illinois
  3. Atlanta, Georgia
  4. Minneapolis, Minnesota
  5. Portland, Oregon
  6. Charlotte, North Carolina
  7. Orlando, Florida
  8. Tampa, Florida
  9. Dallas, Texas
  10. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  11. Mexico City, Mexico
  12. Toronto, Canada
  13. Montreal, Canada
  14. Panama City, Panama
  15. Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
  16. Cozumel, Mexico
  17. Vancouver, Canada
  18. San José, Costa Rica
  19. Cancun, Mexico
  20. Reykjavik, Iceland

And there you have it, the world’s cheapest places to travel in 2024.

Where will you go first, Canada? It’s a hard decision this time around!