Gary Diskin - May 13, 2013
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If you are looking for interesting and unconventional vacation this year, why not to visit a couple of small towns in the U.S. Discover the natural beauty and heritage of the States by visiting the top 10 small towns, which are well beyond the skyscrapers and streets full of traffic. Brought to you by

Naples in Florida

This is a tourist village in Florida that is popular for its coastal areas. The 20,000 plus collections of arts and culture have made this place quite attractive. Listen to the concert of the popular Itzhak Perlman, visit the Naples Museum of Art and relax at the Cambier Park with your family.

Butler in Pennsylvania

This small town is situated 50 km away from Pittsburgh. Enjoy the Americana heritage and culture that this place still treasures. The town is popular for its baseball diamonds and barbershops that do not carry even a trace of modernized culture. Keep yourselves engaged with the visits to Maridon Museum and Butler County Historical Society.

Taos in New Mexico

This town is popular as a counterculture magnet. The veterans like D. H. Lawrence, Georgia O' Keeffe and Ansel Adams belong to this place. It takes 90 minutes to reach Taos from Santa Fe. You can enjoy and indulge in some adrenaline pumping activities, like skiing, enjoy scenic locations and capture a few amazing shots of this wonderful place. Don't forget to visit the Rio Grande Gorge Bridge, House Library and Harwood Museum of Art.

Mill Valley in California

Mill Valley is a beautiful scenic town that rests at the foot of Mount Talmapais. This town is a must see for all Bay Area lovers.

Princeton in New Jersey

With its world class art museums, McCarter theater company and Ivy League college, this place is popular for its varied culture and tradition.

Great Barrington in Massachusetts

This beautiful quaint town is located 220 km to the west of Boston. This bucolic town is popular for its lively atmosphere, charming locales and the astounding beauty of Ski Butternut as well as the Appalachian Trail.

Ashland in Oregon

This is a tiny cosmopolitan town that has over 20,000 people along the Californian border between San Francisco and Portland. Take part in the Oregon Shakespeare Festival. Take wonderful pictures with your loved ones in the enchanting backgrounds of Cascade ranges and Siskiyou Mountains.

Oxford in Mississippi

The most photogenic town in the whole of America, Oxford needs a special mention. Popular for its University of Mississippi, this town is known for its arts and science. Enjoy the places of interests like Lyric Music Hall, the Square, Iconic Pillar of Ole Miss and William Faulkner house.

Burlington in Vermont

This is the largest city in Vermont. This green mountainous location is studded with tiny towns. The population is a mere 42,000. That is why the place is very tidy. You must visit the Lake Champlain waterfront and the Church Street market place in this town.

Red Bank in New Jersey

This small town is located 25 miles away from the south of Manhattan. Visit the Jersey shore, Carlton theatre and shop at the farmers market and street fairs.

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