When it comes to planning a vacation, you may often feel spoilt for choice. There can be a lot of different places that appeal to you, and you won’t always know which option to choose. Should you head to a beach in Bali? Or see the sights around Spain? Well, although you may find that you are tempted to head to exotic locations around the world, why not think about staying right here in the United States? Right now, staycations are all the rage! Sure, you could head to a beach in Florida, to take the great American road trip, or to New York City for the weekend, but maybe you want to go with something a little different? Let’s take a look at some of these options.
- Charleston, SC
Let’s kick off with an incredibly beautiful city that everyone should aim to visit at some point in their lives – Charleston, SC. It’s a pretty port city, with picture-perfect cobbles, and horse-drawn carriages. From the French quarter to the Battery districts, there’s a lot to explore. From enjoying the Historic Charleston City Market to exploring the waterfront park, Charleston is deep in history, has a lot of gorgeous sights, and can just be a place that really allows you to enjoy some time away.
- Washington, D.C.
Next up, if you’ve never been to the capital, this should be where you aim to visit next. Along with a rich history and deep political and cultural ties, Washington D.C. is an incredible place to see. Alongside the federal government’s three buildings, the United States Capitol, the White House, and the Supreme Court, you can also see the gorgeous cherry blossom in spring, and visit the many museums in the area.
- Wichita, KS
For somewhere that’s a little bit different, why not head to Wichita, KS. When you get a hotel in downtown Wichita, Kansas, you’re in a prime position to explore. From the Botanical Garden of Wichita to the Old Cowtown Museum, you’ll find incredible cultural spots to explore and enjoy during your time in the city.
- Cape Cod, MA
Maybe you want to go to a picture-perfect coastal town? Then you’re definitely going to want to see Cape Cod, MA. Cute little villages, seafood, and gorgeous beaches are exactly what you’ll find here. Sure, there’s hiking and museums too, but you’re definitely getting that by-the-coast rest place when you rent a house out on Cape Cod.
- Los Angeles, CA
And finally, there are so many absolutely incredible things that you can do in LA, that this has to be a spot that you visit next. Maybe you want to head to Disneyland with your family or even just to see if yourself? Or perhaps touring Universal Studios is something that you’ve always wanted to do? Maybe you’d love to see the Hollywood walk of fame? Or maybe you just want to be able to see LA and what it’s all about!
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