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Looking to plan some time away? Transport yourself to a destination that has all the ambience, beauty, and romance of Europe, without the hours of travel time. Consider visiting a U.S. city that is sure to make you feel like you’re traveling abroad! From tulips to genuine cobblestone to classic architecture, these U.S. destinations will give you all the feels of a European vacation.
Back in 1845, this village was founded as a Bavarian mission colony for Lutherans, and today it’s known as “Michigan’s Little Bavaria.” The town is famous for Bronner’s Christmas Wonderland, which claims it’s the largest Christmas store in the world.
Since this city was founded by French colonists and then ceded to Spain in the Treaty of Paris, it feels like a unique mix of both countries. The wrought iron balconies and the famous Jackson Square are both French influences.
Named after Montpelier, France, this gorgeous town was founded in 1781 and is rich in history. Its French-style buildings and dazzling fall foliage make it a must-see.
Even though this town is the definition of Southern, it’s also filled with countless similarities to European cities, like grand churches, cobblestone streets, and short, colorful buildings. Not to mention it was named after King Charles II of England.
It’s impossible to ignore the comparisons between this California town and the famous one in Italy. Both are full of canals and bridges, except the waterways in the United States-based destination were man-made. Still, it’s a sight to behold.
While every neighborhood of Manhattan looks different, SoHo specifically has a European vibe. Its columned buildings and cobblestone streets will make you feel like you’re in Belgium. In fact, the type of stone used is called Belgian block.
The City of Brotherly Love’s City Hall—built in the 1800s—is a French-style masterpiece. Its Victorian elements drew inspiration from both the Palais des Tuileries and the Louvre in Paris.
If you’ve ever wanted to visit Tuscany, Healdsburg is your next best bet. It falls along the same line of latitude as the Italian region, so it has a similar climate and grows a ton of Tuscan wine varieties. The town’s Italian cuisine is also not to be missed.
It’s hard to believe this town is only 90 minutes from Atlanta. Located right next to the Blue Ridge Mountains, this city was transformed into an Alpine-inspired village in the 1960s to attract more visitors.
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