The capital city of Vermont boasts a rich cultural life and a vibrant culinary scene, thanks to New England Culinary Institute. It's surrounded by beautiful landscapes as well, so pack your gourmet sandwiches and go on a hike on the many easy trails around.
Lake Champlain, on whose shores the city of Burlington is located, is the main attraction of the area. Get a bike and explore Burlington Greenway, 8 miles of trails along the lake or stunning greenery. Spend the afternoon exploring the 100+ boutiques, stores or eateries of the Church Street Marketplace in the heart of Burlington.
Loved in the wintertime by ski aficionados, this town is surrounded by emerald hills, which beg for spring breakers to hike them! Mountain bikers can explore the 16 miles of exciting trails the Pine Hill Park is known for. The town itself lures spring breakers with a well-preserved historical center and both fine dining and craft beer options.
This city blossoms in many ways during spring, as the lush vegetation covers Mount Anthony. Take a walk through the past by visiting the many covered historical bridges or pedal along a mountain bike trail. In the city, the Bennington Museum displays a generous collection of works by Vermont artists.
Your spring break in Vermont would not be complete without visiting this town, situated on the majestic Lake Memphremagog. Board the Northern Star, a chic steamer boat, or your own kayak to discover more. The surrounding sky slopes are inviting in spring as well. Climb them to admire the foliage from above.