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Cheap flights to Vermont

Vermont is an American state in the northeast of the United States of America, one of six that make up the New England region (the others being Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Connecticut). Once a French colony (and then a British one), Vermont was granted statehood in 1791, making it the 14th state of the USA - the first to join after the original 13 states that founded the nation.

Though Vermont is one of the smallest and least populated states in the USA (with an area of slightly over 9,000 square miles and a population of about 600,000) natural attractions and scenic beauty are not lacking within this state. More than 70% of Vermont is covered in forest, and it is also home to Lake Champlain - one of the largest water bodies in the United States - and the Green Mountains - which gave rise to Vermont’s nickname, the Green Mountain state - an idyllic mountain range that runs almost from one end of the state to the other and that is abound with hiking trails and ski paths.

Getting around

As with most of the United States, driving is one of the best ways of getting around Vermont. With well-developed and extensive road networks as well as an abundance of scenic routes, road trips are one of the best ways to see what the Green Mountain State has to offer. Furthermore, Vermont’s public transport network is rather limited (as of June 2015).

For those who’d really prefer not to drive, though, the region offers long-distance Greyhound buses that link many of the state’s major cities.

What to see and do

If in Vermont, don’t miss a visit to the state’s gorgeous blue freshwater Lake Champlain, one of America’s largest bodies of water. There you can enjoy a guided boat ride across the clear blue water, go for an invigorating walk or bike ride through the historic small towns round the lake, and even have a shot fishing and paddling in the lake itself. Be sure to keep your eyes peeled when you’re around Lake Champlain for a chance to spot the Lake’s resident water monster, Champ.

Other must-sees in Vermont include Stratton Mountain, Jay Peak and the Lincoln Family Home. Vermont is also the United States of America’s leading producer of maple syrup - responsible for producing more than a million gallons of syrup, 40% of the USA’s supply - so be sure to give the sugary goodness a taste when you’re there.

Flights to Vermont

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