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Burlington Map, Vermont

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Burlington Travel Guide

Burlington is the most beautiful and popular destination in Vermont. It has more things to offer than any other city in the area and what attracts visitors the most are the great outdoors and the small town life. The city is the most populated one in the county and it is settled in a superb location overlooking Lake Champlain and the Adirondacks of northern New York., 76 miles south of Montreal, in Vermont. To the east... read more

Burlington Nightlife

Tasting local cuisine will be a good option for you, the best choice will be the Taste of Burlington restaurant that serves mouth-watering American vegetarian/non vegetarian dishes like spinach and wild mushroom strudel and honey, and coriander glazed salmon. Try first-class American spread like baked grouper with lobster dumplings and some ravioli stuffed with ricotta and spinach at the Butler's Restaurant. Pauline's... read more

Burlington History

By the 1830s, Burlington was a bustling town – one of Vermont’s leading commercial and industrial centers. This was largely possible due to the completion of the different Canal projects – Champlain Canal (1823), Erie Canal (1825) and Chambly Canal (1843). Burlington continued to make progress at a steady pace through the 1830s, 40s and 50s. By 1850s, Burlington became connected to all major railroads that ran... read more

Burlington Sightseeing

The Burlington VT area has two museums – the Shelburne Museum and the Robert Hull Fleming Museum. The former, spreads over 45 acres of land and encompasses 37 buildings; it is much more than a museum as it safeguards New England’s historic treasures and its traditions. Among the exhibits, the attractions of this museum are notable structures like the old Lake Champlain lighthouse, an archaic covered bridge, old... read more

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