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Oh, the places you'll go! Where to travel in the US

Not everyone can say they've seen almost every inch of the United States. But there's an entire group — the All Fifty States Club — dedicated to the feat. For these adventurers, there's no such thing as a flyover state — all 50 are unique and enticing in their own way. Business Insider asked these avid travelers about their best tips, the most underrated and overrated destinations, and the most beautiful hidden gems to add to your US travel bucket list.

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    WHAT TO SEE – AND WHAT TO SKIP

    Some attractions stand out as particularly breathtaking or symbolic of America's history and natural diversity, while other destinations are less rewarding for travelers.

    I'm a travel writer who's visited all 50 states. Here are the 10 I think are the most underrated.

    I'm a travel writer who's visited all 50 states. Here are the 10 I think are the most underrated.

    GOOD EATS

    From fine dining restaurants and local barbecue joints to 17th-century taverns, every state has at least one legendary restaurant that’s worth stopping by along your travels.

    THE GREAT OUTDOORS

    When hearing the term national park, many think of places like Yosemite, Great Smoky Mountains, Acadia, and Grand Canyon. But there are also plenty of hidden gems that you may not have heard of.

    THE ULTIMATE RANKING

    Very few can say they've done what blogger Lee Abbamonte has, which is to visit each state at least 3 times. Abbamonte recently ranked all 50 US states based on his personal preferences.

    All 50 states ranked from worst to best, according to a 45-year-old blogger who has been to each one multiple times

    All 50 states ranked from worst to best, according to a 45-year-old blogger who has been to each one multiple times

    Here is Abbamonte's ranking of all 50 states from least favorite to favorite, including what he considers the highs and lows of each one.

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