Has taking a trip to the beach become “been there, done that” for you? Fortunately, if you want a break from all that sand, surf, and sunshine, you’ve got no shortage of options to check out for your next non-beach vacation.
New England’s winter playground often goes overlooked in the summertime, but Vermont offers a scenic and relaxing getaway. The rolling hills and quaint towns offer plenty of mountain biking, ziplining, golfing, and swimming along a wooded background.
The nation’s capital is full of things to see, do, and experience. History is everywhere, spread across a plethora of museums, historic buildings, and unique locales. Take in the monuments, or something more recent like the International Spy Museum’s Undercover Mission experience.
Outside of Mardi Gras, New Orleans still offers fun and excitement with a European feel. Take in the food, music, shopping, and nightlife of the French Quarter and famous near-all-night goings-on of Bourbon Street.
The Finger Lakes
The upstate New York region features five lakes and all the fun water activities you could want; sailing, swimming, waterskiing, snorkeling, kayaking, and fishing. It’s also the largest wine-producing region in the state, with some calling it the Napa Valley of the East Coast. Check out the little-known destination for high-class vistas, wine, and relaxation.
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