It’s that age-old question: Where should I go next?
Next Stop series, we’re exploring 10 up-and-coming US cities.
To pick our Next Stop cities, we used a mix of data and our editors’ expertise. We sought out destinations with great food, unique lodgings, and plenty of cool things to do.
We also looked for spots that tend to fly under the radar, aren’t overrun with tourists, and won’t break the bank.
Here are the 10 US cities to visit this year, all the way from Milwaukee, which saw a 730% year-over-year increase in rentals and was dubbed the world’s hottest travel destination for 2020 by Airbnb, to San Juan, Puerto Rico,
whose post-Hurricane Maria rebuilding efforts has seen new hotels and additional flights that aim to attract more tourists.
We’ll be visiting these cities in 2020 to report back on what’s worth your time in each one.
Do you live in any of these places? Email us your recommendations on what to see, eat, and do at firstname.lastname@example.org
Savannah is like Charleston, but with fewer roving hordes of bachelor parties.
Savannah, GA COMING SOON
Santa Fe has a charming European vibe with a rugged Rocky Mountain backdrop.
Sante Fe, NM COMING SOON
San Juan, PRA stunning town full of history, San Juan is often overlooked as an inexpensive tropical escape. COMING SOON
From endless beaches to excellent fish tacos, California’s clichés are alive and well here.
San Diego, CA COMING SOON
Philadelphia, PAPhilly has more history than most US cities, but these days it dominates the dining scene.
Milwaukee is the top trending destination to visit in 2020, according to Airbnb.
Milwaukee, WI COMING SOON
A big city with a small-town vibe, Dallas is now one of the fastest-growing US cities.
Dallas, TX COMING SOON
Bozeman, MT”Big Sky Country” might not evoke a startup scene, but Bozeman is changing that.
People are flocking to Boise, considered the best place for millennials to live in the US.
Boise, ID COMING SOON