There are a few different flavors - and they tend to be more expensive than one would think.
There is this style - the Traveler Guitar brand:
Or this one (the Anygig brand) that can be fully intonated and all for about US $200:
Then there is the "Baby Taylor" style - essentially an 3/4 size steel string (or an overgrown 6-string ukulele). Then there are the "backpacker" style shrimpy-wimpy, like the Martin Backpacker available in steel or nylon strings. The sound generally sucks on this type, but there are many varieties of the "backpacker" type:
Yet another style is a full sized guitar that disassembles for transport, and "reassembles easily" at your destination. These I don't like due to the mess of dealing with strings during reassembly.
I have tried all of them at the stores but bought none. My favorite is the Anygig brand. But go out to a music store and pick them up and play them. Pick the one that suits you. You can also consider what I have recently done: buy a baritone ukulele - super small, easily transportable, same upper 4 strings as your standard guitar.
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