One of the things I look forward to the most is planning trips. So among many other things, not being able to plan where to go to next has been difficult during this quarantine. However, we can still daydream and plan for our next getaway! Today I’m sharing five of the best places to visit in the US that should be for sure added to your bucket list! Scroll down for all my recommendations!
Top 5 Places to Visit in the US when Quarantine is Over:
PALM SPRINGS, CALIFORNIA
This past February, I had an amazing girls’ weekend in Palm Springs with two of my best friends and feeling so grateful now we were able to do so! Palm Springs is the perfect mix of relaxation and fun thanks to chic hotels, amazing restaurants and fun bars to hop to at night.
Read my full Palm Springs travel guide here
CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA
Ever since I visited Charleston a few years ago, it has become one of my favorite places in the country. Charming, relaxed and some of the best restaurants I’ve ever been to (always dreaming of hush puppies from Leo’s!), it’s a perfect place to visit with family, kids or girlfriends for a bachelorette party!
Find all my Charleston travel guides here
TRAVERSE CITY, MICHIGAN
The first place I’m heading once things start lifting will be going to my hometown of Traverse City, Michigan. There truly is nowhere else better to be in the summer than Northern Michigan thanks to the fresh water, vineyards, incredible restaurants and charming small towns. Can’t wait to give my family and hometown friends the biggest hugs!
Read my Traverse City travel guide here
Seaside has been a family favorite spot since I was nine years old and now thanks to my uncle and aunt moving there permanently, we try to make a visit every year. I was actually supposed to be there the week quarantine started so counting down the days until I can rebook a trip there! What I love about 30A (this is the highway that connects the small towns along the coast!), is the Southern charm, pastel colored houses, adorable shops and of course, the white sand beaches and cotton candy sunsets.
Read my 30A travel guide here
Nantucket had been my bucket list for years and once I finally visited two summers ago, I couldn’t wait to get back! The town is so quaint and relaxed and there’s nothing better than spending your time bike riding and eating all the lobster rolls! I also love that it’s a town with so much history and traditions and full of families that have been coming to the island for years. An easy flight for anyone on the East Coast!