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Best Summer Vacation Destinations is Boston, Massachusetts. This historical, coastal town features a little something to do for everyone, from catching a baseball game at Fenway Park to checking out the Freedom Trail, which consists of historic sites like the Paul Revere House and Old North Church.
Popular Pacific Northwest hot spot, Seaside, Oregon has scenic, outdoor trails, beaches and parks, and visitors can enjoy a range of activities like surfing and golfing. A walk along Seaside's 1.5-mile, oceanfront promenade is one of the most popular things to do.
Nashville offers everything from a delicious dining scene to live music. The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, as well as the iconic Grand Ole Opry, can also be found in "Music City." Musicians croon country music in bars lining the city's famous Broadway strip, making this a fun summer getaway for those who like to party.
This Pacific Northwest city is known for being a hipster haven, and offers both nature (like Mount Hood and Forest Park) as well as culture (check out Powell's City of Books or its number of microbreweries). If you're heading to Portland, don't forget to bring your appetite — it's also ranked as the ninth Best Foodie City in the country by U.S. News & World Report.