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Why Visit Vermont?

Vermont, nestled in the northeastern United States, is celebrated for its serene landscapes, vibrant fall foliage, and a commitment to environmental conservation. The state’s capital is Montpelier, while Burlington is its largest city and a cultural and economic hub.

Vermont’s landscapes are defined by picturesque Green Mountains, serene lakes like Lake Champlain, and charming New England villages. Its history is marked by early colonial settlements, Ethan Allen’s Green Mountain Boys, and a deep-rooted tradition of self-sufficiency. Vermont is renowned for its maple syrup production, artisanal cheese, and as the leading state in the farm-to-table movement.