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2020 has been a year of change. What hasn’t changed is the desire to visit U.S. cities one has never been to before. There are many places in the U.S. to visit that are fun and interesting for tourists of all ages.

Charleston, South Carolina

Charleston, SC, though often overlooked as a vacation spot, has a lot to offer visitors. Much of Savannah features architecture dating back centuries. However, it remains a modern city with many appealing attractions and events. One popular event in this city is the Wine and Food Festival, held annually in March. Visitors also choose that month because it is the best time to see the blooming of springtime flowers. March is also cherry blossom season in Charleston, which attracts visitors from all over the country. Also, the city is filled with quaint cafes and fascinating galleries.

Santa Fe, New Mexico

Santa Fe, New Mexico is a popular vacation spot due to its mountain views and a handful of wineries, restaurants, and shops. Many of these attractions are outdoors, and Santa Fe is known for its spectacular landscapes. Others visit to see the city’s adobe architecture, which dates back many centuries.

New Orleans, Louisiana

For many reasons, New Orleans is one of the top cities in the U.S. for tourists. Most famously, it boasts its yearly Mardi Gras celebrations. Also, the small town of Acadiana is the home of the annual Festival International de Louisiane. The festival represents local culture, food, and music.

Ashville, North Carolina

Though it may not be at the top of every tourist’s list, Asheville, North Carolina has a lot to offer visitors. Located in the Blue Ridge Mountains, Asheville is rich in culture and culinary delights. Outdoorsy visitors often take advantage of the city’s many hiking trails, as well as the French Broad River, where rafting is encouraged. With countless restaurants and cafes, the city is also suitable for visitors who want to soak up the local culture and observe its residents’ lives.

Williamsburg, Virginia

History buffs often flock to Williamsburg, Virginia. Though the city is small, it boasts three important sites. They are Colonial Williamsburg, the Jamestown Settlement, and Yorktown Battlefield. Other highlights of a visit to this city include several historical houses, many distilleries and wineries, and the DeWatt Wallace Decorative Arts Museum.