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18 Hidden Tourist Spots In The US To Enjoy Your Vacation While Staying Off The Grid

These underrated places should be in our bucket lists.






Are you planning your next time off away from the busyness of life? But you want to avoid the thick crowds? Luckily, the U.S. is home to many stunning off-the-beaten-path places.

These places are perfect for your next holiday! Here are 18 spots that are less frequented by tourists.

#1. Bend, Oregon

Are you the adventurous type? Go hiking, skiing, biking, and paddleboarding at this beautiful scenic spot!

#2. Block Island, Rhode Island

White sandy beaches of Block Island that are free from the noise of the crowd.

#3. Bozeman, Montana

Enjoy the scenic views of mountains and forests or drop by the museums for an educational trip. You are free to do both!

#4. Brainerd Lakes, Minnesota

Go swimming at one of Minnesota’s hidden premier vacation destinations.

#5. Door County, Wisconsin

Door County is a place of scenic beauty, art, and cherry orchards!

#6. Fredericksburg, Texas

Enjoy a pleasant visit to this beautiful wine region!

#7. Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve, Colorado

Visit the country’s tallest sand dunes at this park in Colorado!

#8. Hermann, Missouri

Spend your Germany-themed vacation at the picturesque town of Hermann!

#9. Hot Springs, Arkansas

Take a dip in the natural springs of this spa town at Arkansas.

#10. Lake George islands, New York

Pick one destination among the 387 campsites at Lake George!

#11. Mackinac Island, Michigan

Spend your vacation at this National Historic Landmark.

#12. Mount Bohemia, Michigan

This place is the perfect ski resort!

#13. Ross Lake, Washington

Relax at the sight of Ross Lake’s clear blue waters.

#14. Swan’s Island, Maine

Enjoy the delicious seafood of Swan’s Island!

#15. Taos, New Mexico

Take your time off at the ancient adobe village of Taos Pueblo.

#16. Tongue Point, Washington

Experience the great outdoors at Tongue Point!

#17. Topsail Island, North Carolina

Relax at one of North Carolina’s most beautiful but least crowded beaches.

#18. Valley of Fire State Park, Nevada

Take a hike at Nevada’s impressive red sandstone formations.

If you are looking for beautiful places for relaxation without experiencing the hassle of the noisy crowd, these places are perfect for you!

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These Striking Facades Of Southern Indian Churches Don’t Look Like Churches At All

These churches are intensely beautiful and bold!




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Be mesmerized by this magnificent and one of a kind desert.




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600 Years Old And Running: The Medieval Clock Of Prague

This beautiful clock is considered an artistic, scientific, and technological masterpiece all at the same time!




In the Old Town Square of Prague, lies one of the most enthralling landmarks of the bustling capital of the Czech Republic: The Orloj, more popularly known as the Astronomical Clock of Prague.

This medieval clock was the most visited Czech monument and is nearing its 608th anniversary. Not seeing the Orloj during your visit to Prague is like missing the Eiffel Tower on your trip to France.

The world’s oldest astronomical clock.

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