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Myrtle Beach on a Budget

A visit to Myrtle Beach is perhaps the perfect example of a typical American summer vacation, but rest assured—your visit will be anything but average. The area is famous for its gorgeous beaches, but you’ll find much more on offer. There’s a fantastic range of attractions for all interests and loads of great restaurants and bars. Whether it’s playing mini-golf, catching waves, or indulging in retail therapy, one thing’s for sure—you’ll never be short of things to do.

Things to see in Myrtle Beach

With so much to do, you could probably spend an entire day at Broadway at the Beach. This 350-acre area around Lake Broadway is home to a huge range of unique shops, restaurants, bars, and attractions, including Ripley’s Aquarium. The city isn’t known for its museums but Franklin G. Burroughs-Simeon B. Chapin Art Museum is well worth a visit. Small but with some great exhibits, admission is free so it’s perfect for those traveling on a budget. There are also other things to do which won’t break the bank. New South Brewing is a great stop for beer lovers. They do bi-weekly tours that have no admission cost, where you can learn all about the production process and try some complimentary tasters. No visit to Myrtle Beach would be complete without a visit to the beach itself—with beautiful sands and great views, it’s the perfect place to soak up the sun.

Cheap hotels in Myrtle Beach

You’ll be amazed at how much you can get for your money with great hotel deals in Myrtle Beach. Most have indoor and outdoor pools but best of all, you can expect them to be either on or a very short walk from the golden sands of the beach. Budget hotels in Myrtle Beach offer free parking that’s perfect for those arriving by car, with free WiFi and complimentary breakfast also available. Most cheap hotels in Myrtle Beach have a fitness center for working out, and there are also restaurants and bars to grab a relaxing drink or affordable meal.

Where to stay in Myrtle Beach

North Ocean Blvd runs along the coast and has a large offering of low-cost Myrtle Beach hotels right on the beach. There’s also a large choice of great bars and restaurants here. If you go a bit further down you can try South Ocean Blvd. Situated right on the beach, it’s a fantastic location and is close to the airport—ideal for those flying into the city. The area surrounding Lake Broadway is great for those who want to be in the most exciting area. The cheap hostels and guesthouses here are close to a huge range of attractions and a thriving nightlife.

How to get to Myrtle Beach

If you’re flying into the city, you’ll be arriving at Myrtle Beach International Airport. A lot of the domestic flights to Myrtle Beach go via Atlanta, which is just a 75-minute flight away. From here it’s just a quick 10-minute taxi ride into downtown, or you can take a bus into the city. Driving is also a good way to travel to Myrtle Beach, with several roads leading into the city. US 501 leads all the way to Interstate 95, which is about 66 miles away. An affordable way to get around the city is using the Lymo bus service.

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