The US dollar soared to an 11-year high against several foreign currencies this month, making a number of traditionally expensive destinations more affordable than ever for American travelers. Here’s a look at 10 vacations that just went on sale.
Note: The currency conversions below were calculated using one-year figures from XE, the most widely used foreign exchange service. They broadly reflect how much a bottle of wine, dinner for two, and hotel room — that cost $20, $50 and $150 respectively in March 2014 — would cost you now given the more favorable exchange rates.
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