Vermont

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Read about small towns in Vermont:

Montpelier – The county seat of Washington County and, at the same time, capital of the state ofVermont, Montpelier is the site of the state government. With a population of around8,000, it’s obvious why this is the least populous municipality in the country. And given the fact that it was named after the famous Montpellier, France, you immediately start to realize why this place is so interesting for out-of-towners. Continue reading…

Stowe – When you ask someone, anyone, of their typical, idyllic vision of Vermont, what they’ll describe is undoubtedly going to be – Stowe, believe it or not. That’s the simplest way we can start off this saga. We’re talking quaint stores and cafes, tree-lined trails, majestic slopes, covered bridges, and bright red barns all dotting an alluring village, complete with a soaring church steeple. Sounds picturesque, wouldn’t you say? But, be careful – Stowe, Vermont also boasts several world-class theatrical productions from the Waterbury Festival Players, Hyde Park Opera House and the Stowe Theater Guild, so culture is more than abundant here, too. Continue reading…

WoodstockWoodstock is a real eye-candy, which boasts annual flowers, perennials andtree-lined streets as far as the eye can see, and it’s no surprise it was described as “The Prettiest Small Town in America” by Ladies Home Journal magazine. Autumn is said to be the most famous season in the Northeast, and indeed – even though each season brings with it the excitement of many special events, fall seems to bring out the most people, both locals and visitors, and lets them admire the postcard-backdrop beauty of Woodstock, VT, gloriously adorned by colorful foliage. Continue reading…

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