Have you felt confident asking strangers for help while traveling? Did an outgoing local go out of their way to give you directions, or was the city easy to navigate? Did you simply get good vibes from the people around you?
Never mind the fancy hotel you stayed at or the incredible food you tried, one thing that always remains clear is the memories you make when you meet people. With this in mind, here are 10 cities voted by Expedia travellers as the friendliest cities in USA
1. Whitefish, Montana
A gateway to the Glacier National Park, outdoor enthusiasts will love the outdoor activities and delights this Montana town has to offer.
2. Sister Bay, Wisconsin
This charming small town is also known as Northern Door County’s year-round vacation destination and is fit for boaters and fishermen alike.
3. Manitou Springs, Colorado
Manitou Springs is a town for art lovers, filled with great galleries, restaurants, and boutiques. The best time to visit this town is during spring for a hot air balloon ride, there aren’t any other views quite like it!
4. Easton, Maryland
Definitely a town to relax in! Quaint country cottages are filled with open and peaceful families, ready to welcome any visitor!
5. Lihue, Hawaii
This city’s culture embraces the many natural spaces, from beaches to tropical forests. There are plenty of opportunities to be active and enjoy the plentiful outdoor activities that Kauai’s tropical landscape has to offer. Nothing beats a pretty town amid sweeping green valleys, with excellent views of the Pacific Ocean
6. Sierra Vista, Arizona
Known as the Hummingbird Capital of the USA, Sierra Vista is a southeastern Arizona city, the ideal a sunny and mountainous escape.
7. Kennebunkport, Maine
Just a 5 hour drive up the coast from Manhattan, this coastal town is the escape of choice for city dwellers looking for an upscale New England experience.
8. Chincoteague, Virginia
A dream island getaway, Chincoteague offers beautiful beaches and landscapes as well as the chance to see wild Chincoteague ponies.
9. Ogunquit, Maine
Sat on Maine’s southern coast, the town of Ogunquit has a long, sandy peninsula with grassy dunes and lies between the Atlantic Ocean and the Ogunquit River. Here you’ll find cliff walks with coastal views and lighthouses, as well a musicals at the famous Ogunquit Playhouse summer theater and visit the Ogunquit Museum of American Art, known for its waterside sculptures.
10. Provincetown, Massachusetts
A small coastal resort town where you can enjoy summer all year round, Provincetown is known for its beaches, harbor, artists, tourism and a renowned vacation destination for the LGBT+ community.