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Floratourism is the Latest Millennial Obsession and Here Are Ten Stunning Locations in USA

By Andrew Alpin, 13 June 2017

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Floratourism in the USA is one of the latest travel trends adopted by Millenials wanting a more fulfilling experience of the beautiful outdoors. You’ll be surprised at the incredibly beautiful and spectacular locations the country has to offer in floratourism both in urban areas as well as the great outdoors. Whole the more popular national parks are well known, here are ten locations that not everyone know about. SO if you’ve been meaning to take that trip to marvel at the beauty of flowers and immaculate nature, now is the time to do it in your own country.

1 The High Line

The High Line is a 1.45 mile long elevated park right in the heart of New York City built on an unused portion of the New York Central railroad. The railroad was used during 1934 to 1980. The High Line is like an oasis and a tranquil getaway from the hustle and bustle of the city.

The High Line

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2 The Biltmore Estate

Located in Asheville, North Carolina, the Biltmore Estate is the largest home in the USA with 250 rooms. You can plan a stay at the regal estate or visit its latest exhibition which is a unique display of award-winning film costumes. The films have all been inspired by literary works found in the 22,000 volume library owned by George Vanderbilt. A major attraction, of course, is the estate itself with its beautiful and stunning gardens.

The Biltmore Estate

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