The family vacation is another one of America’s favorite pastimes. Every year, millions of citizens pack their bags and head out in search of fun and relaxation. Popular cities, such as Los Angeles, New York, and Orlando, become flooded with tourists. However, the struggling economy has caused many people to think outside the box. While not as popular, there are plenty of remarkable cities to visit in this country. Here is a list of seven of the most underrated towns and cities in the United States.
When most people think of the state of Nebraska, images of rolling hills and rugged landscapes come to mind. The city of Lincoln, however, has become a modern diamond in the rough. It has high-end shopping, quality museums, and a wide variety of nightclubs. There is also a wonderful exhibit showing the evolution of Nebraska over the past 100 years.
Perdido Key, also referred to as the “Lost Key,” is a small hidden gem actually located within the city of Pensacola. This town is the perfect spot for those who enjoy the beauty of nature. Beaches, parks, and wildlife preserves take up more than half of the area. Diving enthusiasts can also have an underwater adventure by exploring a sunken military ship.
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Traveling for business or pleasure can easily derail your health and fitness regime.
The Big Apple can get pricey and with so many gourmet restaurants and notable chefs in the city, food sometimes doesn’t seem to come cheap either.
It isn’t hard to understand why people of all ages want to travel to Fiji on their next vacation.
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Since ancient times, Europe has been layered in history, and one of the best ways to see the culmination of different architectural styles is the famous castles.
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Many people don’t necessarily think of hitting the beach when they visit the UK, but in fact it is absolutely loaded with beautiful coastline, alas the water isn’t always the
Cookies and cakes, bread and bagels, oh my! New Yorkers love baked goods—that’s no surprise, especially given that the city’s unofficial pastry patron is the bagel.
Consider it The People’s Choice awards for architecture. The American Institute of Architects commissioned a public poll on the most popular architectural works in the country.
Many people don’t associate Italy with street food, but they would be missing out on a country that offers regional specialties and unique eats.
Traveling is about discovering new people, places, culture, and—of course—food, glorious food.
California’s 17 Mile Drive winds along a dramatic coastline connected to the Pacific Coast Highway, a world-renowned coastal drive with a wealth of striking natural attractions.
It seems that France was created with hundreds if not thousands of opportunities to snap the perfect photo, as it is loaded with 2,000+ miles of shoreline, seven major mountain
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Despite what the movies may have shown you, hostels can be a great and affordable way to travel across Europe. They’re quick, efficient, and provide a no-thrills attempt at necessities.
There are two ways to visit Europe, the first is with kids and although that seems overwhelming at first, this continent is actually quite kid-friendly.