The state of Vermont is a popular recreation area. The idyllic
landscape of the Green Mountains is ideal for skiing and hiking.
Vermont is located in the northeastern United States on
the Canada border. The so-called Green Mountain State is roughly
the size of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania and is inhabited by
around 600,000 inhabitants. As part of New England, the state is
best known and loved for its mountains and the colorful
spectacle of colors during the Indian Summer.
Montpelier, named after the French model, is the capital of
Vermont. With only 8,000 inhabitants, the city in the center of
the state is very small, but has its own charm. The most popular
attractions in Montpelier, surrounded by the Green Mountains,
are the State Capitol with its golden dome and the Pavilion
Hotel. It was built in a steamboat-Gothic style and houses the
Vermont Historical Society Museum. In addition to this charming
small town, visitors should especially visit the idyllic
mountains of Vermont. Especially the Green Mountains that extend
from the Massachusetts border pulling up to the Canadian border
across the state are extremely popular. In winter you can ski in
one of the 25 ski areas, for example on Mount Ellen, and in
summer, especially along the Appalachian Scenic Trail. Another
popular recreation area is Lake Champlain, which is surrounded
by dense forests and has over 80 islands. Vermont is also known
as the country of origin of maple syrup. If you've always wanted
to see how this is made, you should go to Rutland.
Travel tips and best travel time
Vermont's largest airport is Burlington International
Airport; The nearby airports in Boston and Montreal, Canada, can
also serve as important travel destinations. The time difference
between the American east coast and Germany is six hours. The
climate in the Green Mountain State is continually
humid. Winters can get very cold and snowy, which is why they
are perfect for winter holidays. Those who prefer more pleasant
temperatures should start the trip between April and October.
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