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Thirteen Best Winter Destinations In the US

We all agree that a vacation is the best cure for the after-the Holiday-Blah. Some of us like the cold wintery scenery of the mountains, and others enjoy warmer destinations. Here are 13 different cities accomplishing a little of both.



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Travel and Leisure ~ "Burlington, Vermont

Located in northwestern Vermont on the shore of Lake Champlain, Burlington is one of the best places to go in the winter if you like snow. Several popular ski resorts lie within an hour of the city, including Stowe, Smugglers' Notch, and Bolton Valley. Downtown Burlington, meanwhile, boasts shops, restaurants, microbreweries, live music venues, and the charming Church Street Marketplace. When you're ready to turn in for the night, Vermont's largest city offers a variety of cozy bed-and-breakfasts and chic hotels.


Key West, Florida

As the southernmost point in the continental U.S., Key West is a perfect destination for travelers in search of winter sun. Winter temperatures in the 70s, centuries of history, and world-class water sports all attract tourists, as does the chance to take one of America's most scenic road trips — the roughly 3.5-hour drive across the 42 bridges that connect Key West to Miami. Diving and snorkeling among the coral reefs are popular activities during the day, while in the evening, lively Duval Street offers a Caribbean-style ambience and a host of great restaurants and bars. Historic architecture, the Key West City Cemetery, and the Ernest Hemingway Home & Museum are among the most-visited attractions in this quirky city" ~ Travel and Leisure


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