Richmond: Seventh Coolest City in the U.S. to Visit in 2018

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Richmond: Seventh Coolest City in the U.S. to Visit in 2018

Richmond, Virginia is ranked the Seventh Coolest City in the U.S. to Visit in 2018

As the city of Richmond continues to grow and catch nation-wide attention for its many features such as the walking food tours, low cost of living, and thriving art culture, the number of accolades continues to rise. Forbes recently came out with a list of the 10 coolest U.S. cities to visit in 2018, with Richmond ranking #7 out of 10.


According to Marchant, Virginia’s historic capital is “buzzing with young energy and signature southern charm. Its culinary offerings are cutting-edge and reason enough to visit, with new restaurants popping up all the time.” Shagbark in the Libbie Mill Midtown neighborhood is exceptional, as is Saison in Jackson Ward.

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Source: Forbes

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