Asheville: Asheville, in the Blue Ridge Mountains, has a strong arts scene, historic homes, and beautiful scenery.
Bar Harbor: This seaside village on Mount Desert Island has quaint shops and restaurants and stunning Acadia National Park views.
St. Augustine: The oldest U.S. city has gorgeous beaches, well-preserved Spanish colonial architecture, and a rich history.
Taos: Adobe buildings, the Taos Pueblo, and the Sangre de Cristo Mountains make Taos famous.
Mackinac Island: The Grand Hotel, Victorian architecture, and horse-drawn carriages are on this car-free Lake Huron island.
Sedona: Sedona, Arizona, is noted for its natural beauty and New Age spirituality surrounded by red rock formations.
Stowe: The Green Mountains surround Stowe, a charming New England town with great skiing and summer activities.
Charleston: Historic Charleston is known for its antebellum architecture, cobblestone streets, and Southern hospitality.