The 13 Many Beautiful Towns in the United States

Harpers Ferryboat, West Virginia

ablokhin/Getty Images The Local Appeal: Bar far the tiniest town on our list population-wise, Harpers Ferryboat West Virginia is a gem along the Shannendoah River, right in the middle of the Appalachian Trail. It calls for an impressive John Denver playlist, sits right in the American heartland, and is house to a historical railroad bridge, there’s just something about it that looks European.

American Towns With a Comparable Appeal: Hudson, New York City

The Regional Beauty:With sweeping views of the whole Bay Area area, Tiburon is a beautiful little enclave in Marin Count, y however it looks more like the Italian destinations of Cinque Terre or the Almafi Coast. Personal lagoons and treking trails are plentiful.

American Towns With a Similar Appeal: Camden, Maine

Medioimages/Photodisc/Getty Images The Regional Beauty:Super available from highway 1, this Danish-style town is one of California’s best surprises. Found in the red wine country of Santa Ynez Valley, this gem of a location was founded in 1911 by Danish American immigrants. If you have a thing for distinct architecture, you will wish to roam around the side road in Solvang all day. In fact, it’s practically too big to really soak it all in only one day. Main Street is loaded with specialty shops and beer gardens.

American Towns With a Similar Appeal: Carmel-by-the-Sea, California

The Local Appeal:Eighteenth-century vibes with a Dutch colonial– meets-Cotswolds feel, Stoneridge is a town within a town (Marbletown, New York, to be precise). Tucked away in the eastern edge of the Catskill Mountains, it was settled in the early 1600s and keeps much of that colonial period beauty, though it’s also home to some elegant hotels now.

American Towns With a Comparable Appeal: Stockbridge, Massachusetts

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