If you're still looking around for a cheap July 4th travel destination, we just may have the list for you.  The booking website Travelocity is out with its rankings, and we've got them.

Some highlights: Travelocity Senior Editor Courtney Scott says, "Travelers looking for a good travel deal should consider checking out Orlando where airfare prices are under the national average and hotel rates have dropped more than 15-percent year-over-year. Las Vegas is another great value this July 4(th), with average nightly hotel rates of only 105 dollars."

 

Here's the list:

1.  Las Vegas ($105)

2.  Albuquerque ($112)

3.  Colorado Springs ($116)

4.  Memphis ($126)

5.  Dallas / Ft. Worth ($126)

6.  Orlando ($131)

7.  Atlanta ($139)

8.  Palm Springs ($140)

9.  Minneapolis ($141)

10.   Phoenix ($142)

 

Additionally, according to Travelocity, anticipated airfare rates are up by 3-point-six percent, and hotel rates have increased by 8-percent.  But the firm says several destinations still come in at decent prices, all things considered. 

 

Here's that list:

1.  New York City ($340 average round-trip airfare / $236 average hotel rate)

2.  Los Angeles ($369 average round-trip airfare / $165 average hotel rate)

3.  Orlando ($340 average round-trip airfare / $131 average hotel rate)

4.  Seattle ($422 average round-trip airfare / $191 average hotel rate)

5.  South Florida ($341 average round-trip airfare / $170 average hotel rate)

6.  Boston ($359 average round-trip airfare / $232 average hotel rate)

7.  Denver ($347 average round-trip airfare / $155 average hotel rate)

8.  San Francisco Bay Area ($402 average round-trip airfare / $211 average hotel rate)

9.  Washington, D.C. ($344 average round-trip airfare / $172 average hotel rate)

10. Chicago ($336 average round-trip airfare / $169 average hotel rate)