Many travelers get caught up in visiting large, popular cities around the world to sightsee and explore new places. Although often overlooked, small towns [Key West] often provide the greatest insights into local culture and enable travelers to engage with locals in uncommon ways.

America was built upon small towns, and fortunately, many of them are still thriving today. From coast to coast and top to bottom, adventurous and open-minded travelers can get a taste of what it’s like to live somewhere completely different or perhaps even startlingly similar to what they’re used to. Whether you have your own car or choose to rent one, small towns are typically best explored on road trips to enjoy the sights at a slower pace. These are some of the most beautiful small towns to visit in the U.S.

Key West6. Key West, Florida

Key West is one of the most unique small towns in all of the United States. If you’re coming from the Miami area by car, you’ve got a beautiful drive ahead of you through the various keys until you reach the last one – Key West. This is the southernmost city in the United States, known for its beaches, outdoor adventure, and party scene. Once you get into town, pretty much everything is in walking distance so you can shop, eat, drink, and relax to your heart’s content. Temperatures stay warm pretty much all year long, making this a perfect road for a winter getaway.

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