If you want to see the world -- especially while you're young -- but don't exactly have the funds to do so, you're not alone.

Between flights, accommodations, food and activities traveling can be really expensive. But a trip doesn't have to leave you totally broke.

Some of the world's most beautiful destinations are also the cheapest, most budget-friendly locales. Check out some of the options below!

1. Cambodia
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A favorite of backpackers and gap-year travelers, in Cambodia you can get book a hostel bed for $4. The flight may cost you, but with cheap food and accommodations, and plenty of free things do, this is easily one of the best places to go on a budget.

2. Nepal
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According to Lonely Planet, traveling in Nepal can cost you $5-$7 a day. That's if you stay in a budget accommodation and stick to eating the local Nepali cuisine. U.S. tourists must acquire a visa, but it's not too pricey -- they start at $25.

3. Colombia
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With budget accommodations starting at $10 and an endless array of sights, excursions and cultural exploration at your fingertips, Colombia is a country prime for exploring. Major cities like Bogota and Cartagena are budget-friendly favorites (if you avoid the tourist traps). Make sure to brush up your Spanish -- English is rarely spoken here.

4. Prague
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Europe is definitely not a cheap place to travel, but if you're looking for a destination there that won't drain your wallet, Prague is your best bet. Hostels clock in at $10-$15 a night and beer is cheaper than water. Plenty of activity can be had for free -- Prague is an incredibly beautiful city to simply walk and explore.

5. Thailand
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The average cost of travel in Thailand starts at $40 per day. That's a little more than other options, but with a number of cities to see, deliciously cheap street food to taste and a range of accommodations to choose from, it's a great place for budget travel. In Phuket, budget accommodations can be as low as $10 per night. For a splurge of around $100 a night, travelers can experience the kind of luxury that costs thousands stateside. Areas in Northern Thailand, such as Chiang Mai, are even cheaper.

6. Bolivia
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Like the other spots on the list, Bolivia is a favorite for it's cheap accommodations and tasty, inexpensive food. But Bolivia is also awesome because it's filled with beautiful, natural things to see -- from Lake Titicaca to the Salar de Uyuni salt flats plus beautiful historic cities like La Paz. A ticket to enter La Paz's four municipal museums cost a grand total of 58 cents.

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  • No. 1 Kansas City, MO

    <a href="http://www.travelandleisure.com/articles/best-us-cities-for-affordable-getaways/9" title="Best U.S. Cities for Affordable Getaways" target="_hplink">See More of the Best U.S. Cities for Affordable Getaways</a><br><br> It’s one of the few cities where hotel prices have stayed the same or even dropped in the past year (the average summer rate is $137, according to Kayak). Sightseeing also remains a great value: you’ll get in free at three of Kansas City’s main art museums, as well as two fun factory-style tours (the Hallmark Visitors Center and the Boulevard Brewing Company). The savings continue at dinnertime. KC won the survey for its budget-minded, slow-smoked barbecue: a classic “burnt ends” sandwich at Danny Edwards’ Boulevard BBQ is just $5.99.<br><br> <em>Photo © Ann Shields</em><br>

  • No. 2 Nashville

    <a href="http://www.travelandleisure.com/articles/best-us-cities-for-affordable-getaways/9" title="Best U.S. Cities for Affordable Getaways" target="_hplink">See More of the Best U.S. Cities for Affordable Getaways</a><br><br> Voters increasingly love affable Nashville for its locavore-friendly food scene, ranking the city highly for burgers, cafés, and microbrews. At East Nashville’s Pharmacy Burger Parlor & Beer Garden—where toppings include wasabi aioli, stroganoff béchamel, and “beer gravy”—the local-beef burgers start at $7. Meanwhile, you can see early shows for free at the legendary Bluebird Café (where a kid named Garth Brooks once played open mikes). To boost your odds of getting in, reserve your seat online.<br><br> <em>Photo &copy; Brian Jannsen / Alamy</em><br>

  • No. 3 San Antonio,TX

    <a href="http://www.travelandleisure.com/articles/best-us-cities-for-affordable-getaways/9" title="Best U.S. Cities for Affordable Getaways" target="_hplink">See More of the Best U.S. Cities for Affordable Getaways</a><br><br> The Texas city inched two spots closer to No. 1 this year and ranked near the top for its free attractions—such as all five of the city’s historic missions, including the Alamo. The city has become more eco-friendly. Along the Mission Reach section of the Riverwalk, a 15-mile stretch of urban ecosystem restoration, you can rent bicycles (through B-Cycles) for $10 a day. Voters preferred San Antonio during cooler months, particularly around Christmas, when the city is full of luminarias and one of the holiday’s best cheap eats, tamales.<br><br> <em>Photo &copy; Carol Barrington/SACVB</em><br>

  • No. 4 Minneapolis/St. Paul

    <a href="http://www.travelandleisure.com/articles/best-us-cities-for-affordable-getaways/9" title="Best U.S. Cities for Affordable Getaways" target="_hplink">See More of the Best U.S. Cities for Affordable Getaways</a><br><br> With 20 lakes and more than 200 miles of biking and walking trails, this down-to-earth metro area climbed nine spots for affordability this year. No surprise, the Twin Cities scored at the top of the survey for those easy-access parks, where trails even get plowed during the long winters. Voters also commended the cities for their brainy, offbeat locals—which seems to translate into a wealth of affordable, hipster-friendly fun: check out Bryant Lake Bowl’s weekly Cheap Date Night (dinner for two, a bottle of wine, and bowling for $28).<br><br> <em>Photo &copy; iStock</em><br>

  • No. 5 Memphis, TN

    <a href="http://www.travelandleisure.com/articles/best-us-cities-for-affordable-getaways/9" title="Best U.S. Cities for Affordable Getaways" target="_hplink">See More of the Best U.S. Cities for Affordable Getaways</a><br><br> Memphis ranked in the top five for the free, omnipresent tunes of street performers. You can also sit down and hear free music at the city’s WPA-built Levitt Shell, which has its own historical relevance: Elvis was the opening act here one night in 1954, which many consider the Big Bang of the rock ’n’ roll era. Finger-friendly gourmet food is also easy to come by: at Hog & Hominy—named by GQ as one of this year’s best U.S. restaurants—you can try the duck sausage with brussels sprouts slaw, or a mortadella corn dog, for under $10 each.<br><br> <em>Photo &copy; iStock</em><br>

  • No. 6 Salt Lake City

    <a href="http://www.travelandleisure.com/articles/best-us-cities-for-affordable-getaways/9" title="Best U.S. Cities for Affordable Getaways" target="_hplink">See More of the Best U.S. Cities for Affordable Getaways</a><br><br> While the Utah city dropped four spots in the survey’s affordability category this year, readers still found it to be family-friendly, peaceful, and pleasantly spic-and-span. Like a lot of reasonably priced cities, Salt Lake offers a discount pass on its tourist board website: Connect Pass easily pays for itself by bundling a long list of free meals and attractions, such as tours of Olympic Park or admission to the Natural History Museum of Utah and the Hogle Zoo.<br><br> <em>Photo &copy; Danita Delimont / Alamy</em><br>

  • No. 7 Houston

    <a href="http://www.travelandleisure.com/articles/best-us-cities-for-affordable-getaways/9" title="Best U.S. Cities for Affordable Getaways" target="_hplink">See More of the Best U.S. Cities for Affordable Getaways</a><br><br> Business travelers will like how this city affects their per diem: according to Zagat, restaurant meals are about $3 cheaper than the national average. You can bring that average down even more if you stick with the city’s old-school Tex-Mex—like Ninfa’s on Navigation, which claims to be home of the nation’s first fajitas (Mama’s Tacos al Carbon, $9.99). Hotel values, meanwhile, include Midtown’s new La Maison, which starts at $159 a night. The city also scored in the top 10 for its classical music, which can be heard for free at Miller Outdoor Theatre in Hermann Park.<br><br> <em>Photo &copy; iStockphoto</em><br>