STATE DESTINATION GUIDE
Oregon hugs the west coast of the United States of America, in the Pacific Northwest region, and is ranked 27th in terms of population size.
Pennsylvania can be found in the north-eastern part of the United States of America, within the Mid-Atlantic region.
The affluent Ocean State is a stunning reminder of the ‘Gilded Age’ of extravagance, with mile-upon-mile of sandy coastline, multi-million-dollar mansions, swish marinas and charming small towns.
Famous for its historic mansions and antebellum plantations, the southeastern state of South Carolina is also home to subtropical beaches, excellent golf courses and mouthwatering Southern cuisine.
South Dakota can be found in the Midwest region of the United States of America, and is one of the least populated parts of the country (fifth).
The southeastern state of Tennessee is a musical honeypot, with highlights including Nashville, the birthplace of country music, and Memphis, the home of rock ’n’ roll.
Rich flavours, culture and heritage, and a vast outdoor world to discover... the Lone Star State really does have it all.
Five national parks, cultural cities, towering mountains and ancient relics are all waiting to be explored. Nearby places of interest: Salt Lake City, Wyoming, Arizona, Colorado, Nevada, Las Vegas
Famous for its luxury ski resorts, forest-cloaked natural landscapes and delicious cuisine, Vermont is a real New England gem and one of America’s prettiest states.
The charming state of Virginia blends a rich colonial past with modern-day upmarket wineries and sandy beaches.
The state of Washington was named after the first president of the United States of America and is situated in the Pacific North-west of the country.
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