It doesn’t get as much praise as Miami, but with its arts scene, award-winning restaurants and idyllic beaches (76 in the city limits), Fort Lauderdale is secret a rival to its neighbor to the south. Here are some of the best-kept reasons to visit.
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Daydreaming of the desert? An Arizona escape feels like just what the doctor ordered here in the depths of winter. That’s why we checked in with some of Localeur’s Phoenix-area locals to get the lowdown on the best ways to turn up the heat on a trip to this arid oasis.
Ah, Denver. From the friendly folks to the epic views and abundance of options for drinking and dining, we can’t think of anything we don’t love about Denver. But don’t take our word for it. See what the locals have to say about where to drink up and chow down!
Havana is in the midst of a culinary renaissance. Traditional dishes like the beef stew ropa vieja and the ground beef dish picadillo still maintain a firm footing, but a wide selection of international cuisines are also beginning to make an appearance in Cuba’s capital.
Unpretentious but unlimited in things to do, full of Southern charm but with plenty of room for families and hipsters alike, there’s just something about Nashville that can’t be replicated. If you’re headed there and want to do more than simply boot-scoot (also encouraged), let the locals show you where to go for the perfect weekend trip.
Mourning the departure of summer? We’ve got just the destination for you: Charleston, South Carolina. It’s a city with warm weather, shops abound, beach that never cease to amaze and brunch is taken very, very seriously. This week, we’re letting the Charleston locals help us cross the Holy City off our US travel bucket list. (By the time you leave, you’ll already be planning your next trip there.)