Solvang, California

Solvang means “sunny fields” in Danusb was established in 1911 by Danish settlers who seek a better life in America.

The town comes with a number of windmills, boutiques, vineyards, and wineries.

St Augustine, Florida

Florida was a former territory of Spain, and the remnants of the lengthy heritage are still visible in almost every corner, especially in St. Augustine.

Founded in the mid-1500s, St. Augustine served as the Spanish New World empire’s outpost, and a number of colonial homes and churches, and gardens and foundations reflect the Spanish colonial history.

Vail Colorado

Just like Zermatt, Vail is situated in the Colorados Rockies. While this high-altitude destination is famous for its slopes, a lot of tourists enjoy the pedestrian villages lined with restaurants and shops with hints of European alpine architecture.

Tarpon Spring, Florida

In the early 1900s, a group of Greek immigrants settled in Tarpon Springs, and later on, the town has the country’s largest Greek-America population.

It is also known as the “Greek Island” of the Us and being used in the sponging industry.

Frankenmuth, Michigan

This town in Michigan is nicknamed as the “Little Bavaria” and famous for Bronner’s Christmas Wonderland.
It looks like a place usually found in a fairytale with German-inspired buildings and offers restaurants that serve foods that match what’s found in Germany.

Holland, Michigan

This Midwestern American city is filled with European flair and attracts more travelers during the annual Tulip Time Festival.

Exploring Holland gives you the charm that is expected to find in the Netherlands.

Helen, Georgia

For a little slice of Europe, Helen should be part of your itinerary and have a great time enjoying this Bavarian-inspired paradise. Since it is close to the Blue Ridge Mountains, several alpine activities will add color to your stay.

New Orleans, Louisiana

New Orleans is known as “Big Easy” and attracts millions of tourists because of its festival scene, Creole heritage, and distinct music. Being France in miniature, you can still spot the vestiges of French influence in every corner.

Leavenworth, Washington

Situated in the foothills of the Cascade Mountains, Leavenworth reflects all the traces of an authentic Bavarian village.

Giving you an incredible alternative on the west coast, this destination will make you think you are traveling to Berlin or Munich.

Pella, Iowa

Established in the mid-19th century by Dutch immigrants, it’s no surprise why Pella has a resemblance to an old-time European town. Today, a lot of visitors enjoy the view of Vermeer windmill and Tulip Tower, and they never forget to take a bite of the homemade Dutch pastries.

New Glarus, Wisconsin

This European-inspired town shares the same name as the state of Switzerland, and these two places both love chocolate and cheese.

Other than visiting Swiss bakery or restaurant, the Swiss Center of America and Swiss Historical Village and Museum is also worth the try.

Venice, California

Instead of historical monuments, Venice, California has palm trees, but it has the same canals than Venice, Italy has.

The intricate and elegant designs of waterways, bridges, small rowboats, and canals will make you think you are standing in California.