The most interesting and beautiful places which are overlooked by tourists.
In the United States of America there are a lot of attractions.
However, today we bring you a list of places that are completely unfairly deprived of attention of tourists.
Saint Augustine, FL
Florida is not only the heat, the ocean and beaches. On the Atlantic coast in the North-Eastern part of the state is the oldest existing cities in the U.S. Seng Augustine. Enough to lie on the beach, you can visit the alligator farm, walk the streets of the Old city to see the fortress of St. Mark and drink in one of the city’s many bars.
Covington is located in Kenton County in northeast Kentucky. A small town with just over 40 thousand people is home to many art galleries and art spaces. Also here is a pair of bars with the best Bourbon in America (Wiseguy and Old Kentucky Bourbon Bar), a reduced copy of Notre Dame Cathedral and the suspension bridge the Roebling (the man who built the famous Brooklyn bridge).
Brasstown-bold – is the highest geographic point in Georgia (1458 m), the ridge of the blue ridge. From the observation deck on top you will discover (at least on a Sunny day) stunning views of Atlanta and neighbouring States. Come up here on foot, bring food and drink for a picnic and make no mistake – you will have a wonderful day!
The name of Worcester has received from the eponymous English town. There are lots of houses in the Victorian style, typical of the towns of those times, and also is one of the largest art museums in the USA – Worcester art Museum. After his visit I advise you to look into the pub Wormtown Brewery bar and Armsby Abbey!
Point Pleasant, New Jersey
When you imagine the perfect summer weekend on the waterfront, with soft ice cream, skee ball, mini Golf and an amusement Park, you know – do you think about point pleasant. This place is ideal for family holidays and for youth: you will be equally comfortable to ride with the children on the carousel in the afternoon, and SIP evening cocktails at Martells Tiki Bar.
The Finger Lakes, New York
This group of 11 lakes located in Western new York. They have a narrow elongated shape, for which he received the name of the lake-fingers. On lakes the boat clubs and competitions in rowing. Also here is the majority of vineyards statewide and many small dairies, so you can combine your favorite wine with local cheeses.
Enchanted highway, North Dakota
Enchanted Highway is a 50-kilometer stretch of road between the towns of Regent and Gladstone, South of highway I-94, along which there are whimsical metal sculptures. On your way you will meet a giant goose, a grasshopper, a farmer with a family, and Teddy Roosevelt on horseback.
National music Museum, South Dakota
In the small town of Vermillion on the campus of the University of South Dakota is one of the best museums of music. There are more than 15 thousand musical instruments, including copies of the XVI, XVII and XVIII centuries, a very rare instruments like the theremin, one of bill Clinton’s saxophones and a guitar johnny cash.
Most likely you’ve never heard about this little Ghost town in southwest Texas. Every November, there are going to famous chefs and pay tribute to the chili peppers (seriously, there is the Chili Appreciation Society International), and in the rest of the year good place to enjoy a beer at the tables in the taverns. Racing enthusiasts interested in racing team of the city and the fact that it was founded by the famous racer Carroll Shelby.
Amador County, CA
Everyone has heard about the NAPA valley and SONOMA, but winemaking in California is not limited to them, and while the tourists go in droves to Santa Rosa, we encourage you to visit the small County of Amador, located to the South-East of Sacramento in the Sierra Nevada. It is famous for the oldest vineyards. The trip here is akin to a return to the past, with small family wineries and homemade tasting.