You’re Going Where?

A monthly series highlighting the best vacation destinations you’ve probably never considered.

(Photos by Caleb Chancey; Brittany Greeson; Caitlin O'Hara and Maddie McGarvey/For The Washington Post)
(Photos by Caleb Chancey; Brittany Greeson; Caitlin O'Hara and Maddie McGarvey/For The Washington Post)
With a blend of small-town charm and big-city sophistication, the home of the University of Michigan is a study in attractive opposites.
With revitalized neighborhoods and a ramped-up food culture, Alabama’s largest city boldly returns to the stage and sings to a bigger audience.
Forget the reservations in this bikable capital city in the shadow of the Appalachians, full of creative chefs and artists — and devoid of teeming masses.
The country’s 15th largest city, chock full of creativity and innovation thanks to an influx of youthful residents, gives up its secrets.
Wisconsin’s largest city welcomes visitors with lake views, stellar food, never-ending brews and a hearty dose of Midwestern niceness.
In perhaps Nebraska’s most innovative and entrepreneurial city, the changes are balanced by the constants: music, art, cuisine — and, of course, Warren Buffett.
This buried treasure in Arizona has all the accoutrements of modern living — sights, boutiques and fine foods — for when the coyotes and cactuses just aren’t enough.
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