In the list of Best 2015, Rocky Mountain National Park and Washington DC had been recommended. Yet, it won’t be fair to leave the list with only these two, right? The list also comprises of the blend of forthcoming locations, places that are poised to shine and also the old faves displaying new highlights. You might like drinking and eating as the entire nation will be enjoying the renaissance of local food. Irrespective of where you travel all these destinations will surely satisfy your craze of food for the forthcoming year. So, choose out the destination best suited for you and your style. The following places are famous in 2015 that most visitors put in their bucket list.
- Queens, New York
Queens, New York’s largest borough, is also quickly becoming its hippest, but most travelers haven’t clued in… yet. With microbreweries springing up, new boutique hotels, a reinvented seaside at Rockaway, a world-class art scene, and a truly global food culture, 2015 is the year to try Queens.
- Western South Dakota
With a combination of vast natural beauty, quirky small-town charm, Native American cultural sites, and some famously larger-than-life presidential noggins carved into a mountain, it’s hard to find anywhere that looks more like the America of one’s imagination than Western South Dakota.
- New Orleans, Louisiana
In the wake of Hurricane Katrina, New Orleans’ future was far from certain. A decade later, it’s clear: The Big Easy is back and thriving. With a mix of refurbished history and new upstarts, the city has a raft of fresh options for travelers – all uniquely New Orleans.
- Colorado River region
Ever dreamed of rafting down the Colorado River? With a controversial proposal for large-scale development at the confluence of the Colorado and Little Colorado Rivers – with hotels, a gondola, and more – not to mention diminishing rainfall, and ever increasing flyover traffic from sightseeing tours, now is the time. Some 140 years since John Wesley Powell shared his account of the first river descent, the trip down the longest stretch of navigable river in the US has become one of the iconic US adventure travel experiences – and one that might not last forever.
- North Conway, New Hampshire
North Conway is a town tucked away from big-city life, and it holds endless outdoor adventures. It is quintessentially New England in all ways, with breathtaking Fall foliage and fresh air, optimal skiing options, and endless Summer activities on the water of the Saco River.
Bretton Woods offers winding hiking trails, and the Conway Scenic Railroad gives rides on old-fashioned trains between North Conway and the neighboring towns of Conway and Bartlett. Travelers can stop on the ride to feast on cider donuts at White Mountain Cider Company or enjoy a meal on the train itself.
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- Indianapolis, Indiana
Prepare to be surprised by Indianapolis. On a trip to Indianapolis today, you can drink mead, entertain the kids at world-class museums, eat food grown on local micro-farms, tap out some witty prose on Kurt Vonnegut’s typewriter at the Kurt Vonnegut Memorial Library (careful what you type – it live tweets), and then dash off to play computer games with curious apes at the Indy Zoo’s new International Orangutan Center (indianapoliszoo.com).
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- Greenville, South Carolina
With the Blue Ridge Mountains in its backyard, outdoor adventure is one of Greenville’s main draws, and it starts right in town in Falls Park on the Reedy (fallspark.com). The banks of the Reedy River were once lined with mills, textile factories, and warehouses. Today, inviting trails and gardens greet visitors, leading off to a revitalized Main Street, with local shops, craft-beer pubs, and a global array of restaurants.
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