I don’t know about you, but all of the cold weather has me thinking about my next vacation. But where to go? Fortunately, the travel experts at Lonely Planet have put together a list of their top U.S. destinations for 2015 to help travelers decide. Below, we’ve summarized their list. Travel safely!
- Queens, NY: Lonely Planet says you can “travel the world simply by visiting this New York City borough, where nearly half the population is foreign-born and more than 100 languages are spoken and delicious food is eaten.” Did we mention Queens also has a beach?
- Western South Dakota: Visit “a stunning natural wonder where buffalo roam” in a state that has much to celebrate in the New Year including the 50th anniversary of the annual Custer State Park Buffalo Roundup and 75th annual Sturgis Motorcycle Rally which draws over 500,000 bike enthusiasts.
- New Orleans, LA: The Bayou City offers “a remarkable mix of cultures producing a unique culinary and musical culture.”
- Colorado River Region: Be sure to visit Colorado’s Rocky Mountain National Park to see where the Colorado River, which cuts through Arizona and the Grand Canyon, is born. You can also enjoy great views of the river in Utah at the Canyonlands National Park and Arches National Park.
- North Conway, NH: Described by Lonely Planet as “the quintessential New England town,” this destination will celebrate its 250th anniversary in 2015. This spot is great for “leaf peeping, rock climbing, and winter sports.”
- Indianapolis, IN: This Midwestern town has “one of the best children’s museums in the country,” according to Lonely Planet as well as the new Dallara IndyCar Factory and International Orangutan Center at the Indianapolis Zoo.
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