There are beautiful vacation destinations all over the world. No matter where you are living, where you’re from, or where you’re going, you can find something beautiful in just about anywhere. Even your own city, to someone who has never been there before, there could be something amazing that you take for granted.
In the U.S., there are a lot of areas that people just take for granted because they had the good fortune of having been born there. People looking for great U.S. vacation destinations all go to the same few: New York City, Orlando, Las Vegas, etc., but there are plenty of underrated cities that are actually great places to visit.
Cleveland, OhioEven prior to the Cleveland Cavaliers bringing a championship to Cleveland for the first time in more than five decades, this city has been on the up. Some areas of the city are rough, yes, but what city in America does not have a few issues? Overall, the city is extremely clean, fun for both families and young singles, and consists of some very friendly people.
In a day’s time, you can spend hours checking out the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum, walk Progressive Field to watch the Indians play a day game, walk over to the Great Lakes Science Center, walk to a Cavs or Browns game, walk to the casino and then, finally, walk to any beautiful outside bar or restaurant to end your night. Just about everything you’ll need is just a short walk away in the CLE.
Indianapolis, IndianaAnother underrated city with plenty to do for any vacationer is Indianapolis. You can check out the Indianapolis Motor Speedway and Museum and Lukas Oil Stadium for the sports travelers. You and the family can also check out the Indianapolis Museum of Art, the Indianapolis Zoo, the Scottish Rite Cathedral and the Indianapolis 500.
One of the cleanest cities in the country and a beautiful city to walk around and explore. You and whomever you are traveling with will be sure to have a great time in Naptown.
Vacation destinations aren’t measured by how many beach houses there are, they are measured by how much fun and interesting things you and your family can do while you’re there. Don’t just travel to the places you always here about. Branch out, try new things, go to new places and have fun!
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