St. Augustine is a must-see in Florida. Spanish conquistadors founded this city in 1565, making it full of cultural and historic attractions.
Solvang, California is one of the most unusual American little towns. Solvang feels like Denmark without leaving the U.S.
Helen, Georgia is German, but Solvang is Danish. With 500 residents, this town may be the smallest on our list. It's the state's most visited town despite its little population!
Bar Harbor's proximity to Acadia National Park draws visitors to Maine's shoreline.
Whether you're in Sedona for a few days or on an Arizona road trip, you're probably there for the nature.
Eureka Springs, Arkansas touts itself as a small town with everything. Despite its diminutive size, such advertising is accurate.
Carmel-by-the-Sea is among California's nicest little communities. This tranquil retreat, known as Carmel, is two hours south of San Francisco.
Kennebunkport, Maine is idyllic in summer! The Bush family frequents this hidden town.
Littleton, New Hampshire has childlike delight. Littleton has the world's longest candy counter and a statue of a smiling girl, thus everyone is happy there.
Taos, New Mexico is America's most unique tiny town. Taos is unique for its well-preserved Native American architecture and culture.