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Vermont

With its cows and red barns, village greens and white-steepled churches, Vermont is all about classic scenes that tug at American heart strings. It is named for the state's hilly spine, the Green Mountains, or “verts monts”, seen by French explorers 400 years ago. One was Champlain, who gave his name to the long, narrow lake – the state's “western border” that stretches for 120 miles.

Today, Vermont caters to all tastes: rustic and sophisticated, active-minded and do-nothing. It has more craft breweries and artisan cheese makers per head than any other state. And, it is at the leading edge of the “farm-to-fork” revolution. Through the Vermont Fresh Network, farmers, restaurants and inns work together to promote local produce: apples, blueberries, veg and, of course, maple syrup.

Top 2 Vermont Tailor Made Holidays

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New England Six States | One Fabulous Fall

  In New England's six states September and October sees the leaves turn to amazing shades of gold, scarlet, purple, and yellow. This fly drive holiday will show you the best of the famous fall...

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New England Art | Fly Drive Holiday

  “If you want to look at art, there is more of it to be seen per square mile on the east coast of the United States than there is in any other place on earth.” So said British art c...

Why should I visit Vermont?

Go hiking and biking in fine weather. Winter brings skiing at some of New England's finest resorts: the snowboard was invented here by Jake Burton in 1977.   

 

Fall/Autumn foliage  When it comes to the annual changing of the leaves, no state is more famous than Vermont. But the display attracts many visitors, or “leaf peepers”, particularly at weekends, so book early!

 

Romantic B&Bs and historic inns Vermont is also known as a destination for couples. Think cosy fireplaces, four-poster beds and great breakfasts.  

 

TIP Country stores are a speciality of this state. A great example is the Vermont Country Store, in the picture-pretty village of Weston.


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