This Northern California town, which is in the centre of one of the top wine-producing regions in the country, has all the charm of a rural yet elegant setting without the crowds and exorbitant prices of its larger neighbour, Napa.
Discover this charming Virginia town's Colonial quarter to immerse yourself in the past while interacting with historical actors and learning more about life during the Revolutionary War.
The Rio Grande Gorge Bridge and Taos Pueblo, the only surviving Native American town with both National Historic Landmark and UNESCO World Heritage Site classification, are located nearby.
This Tennessee hamlet, which is situated in the Mountains, provides both wild experiences and quaint beauty.
One of the six entrances to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park is at Gatlinburg, where you can find 150 hiking trails that will appeal to hikers of all ability levels.
Because to its ski slopes, Stowe is a terrific place to visit in the winter, but its colourful fall foliage and excellent spring and summer weather also make it a fun place to visit in the fall (thanks to its various outdoor offerings and events).
In this South Carolina hamlet, you can find southern charm everywhere you look. The lovely city of Beaufort is home to moss-covered trees, breathtaking waterfront views, and stunning architecture.
Laguna Beach is home to a number of beaches, including Main Beach, Thousand Steps Beach, and Aliso Beach, which are all well-liked by paddleboarders, sunbathers, and surfers alike.
Gettysburg, known for the abundance of Civil War sites there, won't let history buffs down.
The Columbia River Gorge and the Cascade Mountains may be reached from Hood River, Oregon, where there are countless chances to enjoy the outdoors.
You should take your time strolling through the historic district to view the Victorian houses and sample the local seafood at the eateries on the oceanfront.