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Vermont is a paradise of natural attractions, featuring a vast landscape of blooming vivid shrubs, enticing Quechee Gorge and the massive Lake Champlain. With its cities, several small towns, and graceful villages, you will enjoy its atmosphere and fresh, crisp air.


Its diverse landscape is completely forested, and it attracts plenty of outdoor adventure seekers to revel in its plenty of thrilling trails to hike. Moreover, you may also have fun in its various waterfalls. Dawdling in its charming villages and small towns will take you to beautiful breweries and to Vermont cheese makers where you can sample delicious cheeses and sip up the freshly brewed beers. You may also savor the breathtaking views of the natural beauty of Vermont through scenic drives. If you are exhausted with your daily routine and need a change, visiting Vermont is the best cure for you.


Top Destinations


The magnificent natural wonders of Vermont are so prevalent that its cities are masked behind its magnificence. Although, Vermont is home to some beautiful cities and amazing small towns. It's impossible to visit Vermont without visiting its cities, and each one will provide you with exciting attractions and experiences.


  • Burlington


Burlington is the largest city in Vermont. This city is home to some wonderful modern attractions as well as some tranquil natural spots to relax. Located on a hillside and the mouth of Lake Champlain, Burlington also provides you amazing opportunities for outdoor activities. One of the interesting attractions, Shelburne Museum, is a large open-air museum with a collection of various buildings from different eras, and it is located on the outskirts of Burlington. This city also offers a relaxing experience of strolling or biking in its gorgeous Waterfront Park and Battery Park.


The most popular attraction, Lake Champlain is a longitudinal lake between the borders of Vermont and New York where you can revel in various water activities, take a ride on the Lake Champlain Ferry or simply sit and savor the sunset. To immerse with the locals and assimilate into the local environment, you may visit the vivacious site of Church Street Marketplace, where you can nibble the delectables and stroll on this wonderful street. You should also visit the exciting ECHO Lake Aquarium and Science Center that exhibits the history of Lake Champlain and plenty of frog species.


  • Montpelier


Montpelier is the capital city of Vermont, but it is rarely seen as a major tourist destination. However, the surrounding small towns, charming downtown, the Winooski River, and historical vibes make it worth traveling to. Like many capital cities, the eye-catching tourist attraction of Montpelier is the Vermont State House, whose bright shiny golden dome is covered with real and pure 23.7 karat gold leaf.


The city also has an intriguing and award-winning tourist attraction of Lost Nation Theater that is dedicated to fine arts, and its fascinating plays are worth witnessing on your visit to Montpelier. Trekking in the woodlands of Hubbard Park is also an exciting activity to do, but if you want to feed your eyes, head towards the T.W. Wood Gallery and Vermont Historical Society Museum.


Top Ski Resorts


Vermont is brimming with beautiful and thrilling natural wonders, and no extreme weather ceases tourism. The extreme winters provide densely snowed mountain slopes that attract families for winter vacations and professional skiers to satisfy their cravings for adventure.


  • Okemo Mountain


Okemo Mountain Ski Resort is one of the finest ski resorts in America, and it is well maintained and thriving, making it more suitable for all kinds of visitors, including families with children and professionals. This award-winning resort features more than 121 trails, dozens of runs, resort dining, and family programs.


  • Stowe Mountain


Stowe Mountain Ski Resort is home to the tallest peak of Vermont, Mount Mansfield. Gaining popularity in 1937, this resort is one of the earliest ski resorts in America, and it was here that the first chairlifts were installed. The resort has also separated its 116 trails according to the difficulty level, and skiers are taken to trails via several high-speed quads and two gondolas.


Top Small Towns


Vermont is popular for having forests from its southern tip to the Canadian border at its north. This state has alluring natural beauty, and it's magnificent small towns and quaint villages provide a very calm lifestyle and mesmerizing atmosphere.


  • Manchester


Manchester is a complex village and commercial center. Strolling on the marble sidewalks and admiring the wonderful homes along with a church is a soothing experience. The spring season makes it a blooming town of heaven, whereas the autumn provides a paradisiacal sight of incredible foliage.


  • Brattleboro


Brattleboro is another idyllic town of Vermont with a total population of 12,000 people. Brattleboro was home to plenty of industries until the mid-19th century, including textile, paper, and machinery mills. Dawdling in the streets will take you across many sites of arts and crafts, music, and beautiful farms.


Top Airports


Nature lovers and explorers and adventure seekers have listed Vermont among the top destinations on their bucket list. As for now, since it is one of the least visited states, Vermont has only one international airport.


Burlington International Airport is the primary gateway and the only international airport of Vermont, accommodating around 1 million passengers annually. The state also has the Rutland Vermont Regional Airport, and it is the second-largest airport in Vermont. This airport also handles plenty of passengers each year, and it offers all the basic facilities a passenger could ask for.


Luxury Hotels


Vermont is open for tourism all year round and sees around a million tourists annually, and it has never faced a shortage of accommodation. Moreover, Vermont's luxury hotels equally contribute to making an amazing travel journey. Getting tired from a whole day of exploring Vermont's wonderful natural attractions and relaxing in its beautiful hotels is an experience to behold.


Vermont encourages its visitors to stay in its luxury hotels because the opulent accommodation goes hand in hand with any travel journey. We have got you covered with our favorite list of luxury hotels with deluxe rooms mentioned below.