The United States is full of quaint and quiet towns that provide a slower pace of life. They’re more immersed in nature, and their history and culture are on full display.
Stowe is located in northern Vermont. It’s overlooked by the magnificent Mount Mansfield and is known as the “Ski Capital of the East.”
Many old buildings that showcase early nineteenth-century architecture fill the town, and wandering the quiet streets will take you back in time.
With a coastal and mountain appeal, it’s easy to see why it’s one of the most beautiful towns in America.
Kennebunkport is the oldest European-settled town in Maine. It has a rustic-seaside appeal and has historically been a popular summer retreat for wealthy vacationers.
Camden Hills State Park offers trails where you see sprawling views of the harbour from above.