Can’t wait to leave the city and get a much-needed break? Plan your trip now, and list these six amazing places you need to visit on your next holiday.
These locations have reinvented themselves to give tourists more attractions, and better things to do. Everyone is welcome to explore and have fun!
Fort Lauderdale, Florida
Fort Lauderdale has transformed itself into a city where Millennials and Gen Z would enjoy, including the LGBTQ community. It has transformed itself to a luxurious and modern destination for young people.
It is also home to the first LGBTQ center where gay people live and do business.
New luxury hotels are also on the rise – the Four Seasons Hotel & Private Residences is expected to open in 2020. Fill your hunger with fancy restaurants like Valentino Cucina Italiana.
Beer drinkers will find a haven in the Greater Fort Lauderdale Ale Trail that is home to about 32 drinking pubs.
Santa Fe, New Mexico
Santa Fe continues to cater to people’s love for the outdoors. Its walking trails that go straight to the Santa Fe National Forest still attracts tourists year-round.
It also hosts the annual Santa Fe Century cycling event along the Turquoise Trail.
After a long day in the outdoors, visitors can dine at the numerous restaurants in Santa Fe like Geronimo – a centuries old restaurant with a romantic and rustic atmosphere, serving great tasting American food.
Fort Collins, Colorado
Being in Fort Collins makes you feel like you’re in a big movie set with all the fascinating art works surrounding this place. It’s a place ripe with artists and creative people. The artworks complement the magnificent landscape.
Fort Collins is also home to freshly made farm-to-table goodies. Visitors can participate in the cooking of nutritious local foods with the help of interactive cooking instructions.
If you love to ski, you will definitely love to go to Jackson, Wyoming. It is home to three great skiing destinations, namely:
- Jackson Hole Mountain Resort;
- Snow King Mountain Resort; and
- Grand Targhee Resort.
If it’s not winter, tourists can enjoy hiking outdoors along the Yellowstone and Grand Teton national parks. Then proceed to view the magnificent elks at the National Elk Refuge.
Winston-Salem, North Carolina
Winston-Salem’s downtown area received a facelift through a $1.5 billion revitalization fund. The development will surely attract tourists who will surely be thrilled with the things this place has to offer.
Visitors’ tummies will surely be filled with food from the 80 or so local cafes and restaurants of Winston-Salem. Live music playing from several establishments here also add to the festive atmosphere.
Wine lovers can also drink all night long at any of the seven breweries in the downtown area. Not only that, tourists can check out the 45 wineries within the Yadkin Valley Wine Region.
Charleston, South Carolina
This southern coastal town recently opened its doors to a second restaurant for the home of fresh, raw oyster – the 167 Raw oyster bar. Every food is a feast with their main attraction – fresh oysters – as well as other seafood like crabs and clams.
Charleston is a city of diverse heritage, and therefore, offers a wide array of sumptuous cuisine.
This former British colony is also home to the oldest museum in the South, The Gibbes. As well as the recently renovated art hotel – The Vendue – which exhibits for sale art works on its hotel walls.