10 Small Cities in USA - The Coolest Places to Visit

America is the cauldron of small cities where every city is unique, beautiful and has a history to tell. With a number of cities that constitute the landscape of America, the country becomes worth travelling to. Varying from land to beaches to mountains and rivers, the country has all. With a number of areas to explore in small cities in USA your trip to the country can never get monotonous. Excitement waits for you in every corner of these cities.

1. Newport Beach, California - Coolest small city

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This petite sea side city in California is the largest recreational harbor on the west coast. Although small, this city offers a number of activities ranging from aquatic adventures from sunset cruises to stand-up paddle boarding. Art walks, wine tastings, tours, live entertainment and cultural venues will fill your itinerary.

2. Annapolis, Maryland - best small towns in america to live

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Annapolis, Maryland, is the historic seaport situated along the Chesapeake Bay. Considered to be one of the most scenic small towns in the Mid-Atlantic region, the city can allure you with a number of museums and historic sites.

3. Palm Springs, California - For the art lovers

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This desert offers a plenty of opportunities to people of varied interests. The Uptown Palm Springs houses a number of art galleries and vintage shops, while the Backstreet Art District in South Palm Springs offers a chance for you to see artists at work in their studios. You may want to live forever in this most charming small city in america.

4. Palm Beach, Florida - Luxury break

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Come to the island of Palm Beach which is home to legendary resorts, exquisite mansions and historic landmarks. Beautified with stately palm trees, the shopping hub of Worth Avenue is known worldwide. The island is well known for its Gilded Age architecture and chic restaurants. Visit 'The Golf' that opens up views along the Atlantic Ocean, the Intracoastal Waterway and Lake Worth Lagoon. A weekend in this small town in USA will make you come back for more!!

5. Eureka Springs, Arkansas - Prettiest town in USA

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Beautifully located in the heart of Ozark Mountains, this city has the thorough set up of a Victorian village. Here, you can take zip line tour through the Ozark forest, ride a steam train or explore an area cavern.

6. Hilo, HI - The small city with best views

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Hilo region is endowed with nature’s bounty- Ranging from dramatic waterfalls, fertile rainforests and blooming gardens; the geographic flipside of the volcanic Kohala Coast, the nature has a lot to display over here.

7. Ashland, Oregon - A beautiful little city

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Nestled around breathtaking scenery, jaw dropping mountains, pristine rivers, foothills and varied landscapes, Ashland is a beautiful little city with a literary culture as vibrant as its setting. The city holds a number of festivals for every season.

8. Healdsburg, California - A delight for wine lovers

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This small city in Northern California is blessed with gorgeous destinations. The city has a small town charm, majestic landscapes and beautiful weather. It's landscape is also home to world-acclaimed wine growing appellations.

9. Natchez, Mississippi - Make it your home

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Considered to one of the earliest settlement on Mississippi River, this city is home to a number of homes and museums that display the African American history. Blessed with a southern charm, the city is home to a number of festivals throughout the year.

10. Monterey, California - Get adventourous

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Monterey is a waterfront community situated on the central coast of California with a temperate climate year-round. The city offers a number of activities to the visitors to indulge in such as Kayaking, scuba diving, surfing, whale watching and beach-going.

Still if you think that there are more places to visit in America, let us know. We’ll add to the list.

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