European influences and American spirit
Founded by the French, this city has a unique blend of French, Spanish, and Creole culture. Be sure to try the beignets and jambalaya!
This historic city is known for its cobblestone streets, antebellum mansions, and delicious food.
This city is full of Southwestern charm, with adobe buildings, Native American art, and delicious New Mexican cuisine.
This is the oldest continuously inhabited European settlement in the United States. Explore the Castillo de San Marcos, a 17th-century Spanish fort.
This city is known for its beautiful architecture, including many 18th- and 19th-century buildings. Take a stroll through Forsyth Park and enjoy the Spanish moss.
Known for its iconic cable cars and Victorian architecture, San Francisco's hilly streets and diverse neighborhoods give it a cosmopolitan European feel.
This picturesque town on the California coast is known for its fairytale-like cottages, charming shops, and Mediterranean-inspired architecture.
Modeled after a Bavarian village, Leavenworth's timber-framed buildings, traditional festivals, and mountain backdrop create an enchanting European atmosphere in the Pacific Northwest.