10 Delightful American Towns for Your Bucket List

A charming coastal town known for Haystack Rock, offering beaches, parks, shops, and restaurants. Visit May-June; average daily cost: $222-$442, budget: $155-$360.

Cannon Beach, Oregon

A Danish-inspired town with authentic architecture, bike rentals, and horse-drawn carriage rides. Try æbleskivers and local wine. Visit April or October; average daily cost: $191-$481, budget: $139-$334.

Solvang, California

A Danish-inspired town with authentic architecture, bike rentals, and horse-drawn carriage rides. Try æbleskivers and local wine. Visit April or October; average daily cost: $191-$481, budget: $139-$334.

Charleston, South Carolina

Known for its historic district, Georgian and Victorian architecture, and Southern hospitality. Visit March-July; average daily cost: $179-$394, budget: $129-$290.

Savannah, Georgia

A Rocky Mountain town with world-class skiing, hiking, and vibrant arts. Visit in winter for skiing; average daily cost: $217-$754, budget: $174-$382.

Aspen, Colorado

A coastal town with historic mansions, beautiful beaches, and sailing heritage. Visit mid-September to mid-October; average daily cost: $226-$566, budget: $122-$295.

Newport, Rhode Island

A seaside town with European-style architecture and stunning sunsets. Visit in fall; average daily cost: $226-$435, budget: $172-$531.

Carmel-by-the-Sea, California

An island with pristine beaches, historical architecture, and a charming atmosphere. Visit in summer; average daily cost: $350, budget: $145.

Nantucket, Massachusetts

The oldest town in the U.S. with Spanish colonial architecture and beautiful beaches. Visit in spring; average daily cost: $201-$379, budget: $123-$330.

St. Augustine, Florida

A seaside town known for Acadia National Park and outdoor adventures. Visit mid-July to mid-October; average daily cost: $216-$414, budget: $148-$337.

Bar Harbor, Maine

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