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Welcome to Vermont!

Located in the New England region, Vermont is known for its green mountains, its rural landscape and small villages.


Vermont Byway

Vermont Byways
The best way to "meet" Vermont is to exit the interstate highways and tour the secondary roads.

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St Johnsbury

Vermont Downtowns
Vermont's authentic and attractive downtowns and villages are widely recognized as a key part of the state's allure for visitors from around the globe.

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Taste of Vermont
In Vermont, food experiences and agriculture are interwoven with the scenic landscape and the state's farming heritage.

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Chimney Point

Cultural Heritage
The small state of Vermont boasts a rich historical heritage. Ranging from pre-European encampments to pivotal Revolutionary War sites.

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Outdoor Recreation
While a scenic tour of Vermont's pastoral landscape and towns is always rewarding, Vermont's ample wilderness welcome visitors.

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Regional Map

Getting to Vermont
Many flights are available from Europe to Montréal, Boston or New York.

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Stay in Touch
Our e-newsletter is the perfect way to keep up with what's going on in Vermont. See Sample.
Free Vacation Packet
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