The United States of America has a huge number of states which are comprised of a lot of charming towns full of rich history and famous for their own unique cuisines or local outdoor activities.
10. Taos, New Mexico
Taos is a beautiful town located in north-central New Mexico with an enchanting mountain community. It is famous for stuff like its art, nature, and history.
9. Whitefish, Montana
Whitefish is a lovely own situated near Glacier National Park in the northwest portion of Montana. The people are really welcoming and the town is famous for different sports activities during different seasons.
8. Stowe, Vermont
Stowe is located in Northern Vermont and is rich in history. The town is widely known for its museums and art galleries which cover many things like photography to sculpture.
7. Port Townsend, Washington
Port Townsend, as the name already clarifies is a seaport situated on the Olympic Peninsula. It is one of the only three seaports in the country and is home to even century-old buildings.
6. Ouray, Colorado
Ouray is located in the Rockies in Southwest Colorado and been has named after Chief Ouray. This town is surrounded by mountains and hills and like a few others is also quite popular for its outdoor activities.
5. Madison, Georgia
Madison is famous for its outdoor activities and the alluring combination of Victorian houses and Antebellum. It is also known for the calm of life that is unique to it and has a relatively slow pace.
4. Nashville, Indiana
Nashville is situated in Brown County which is located in the southern portion of the state. The town is well-known for its artists and their works along with many outdoor activities.
3. Galena, Illinois
Galena is a lovely town located in Northwestern Illinois, situated on the Mississippi River. It has more than a century old building along with many elegant dining choices and art galleries.
2. Beaufort, South Carolina
Beaufort, South Carolina is located on Port Royal Island and is full of rich-history museums and historical sites. It is also famous for its outdoor activities from biking to golfing.
1. Carmel By The Sea, California
Carmel by the Sea is a European-style village on the Monterey Peninsula and a tourist attraction. It is known for its soft sandy beaches, attractive architecture and the local cuisine.