Vermont state

Vermont Travel Guide


Vermont is a US state best enjoyed outdoors. Despite being the only New England state without a seashore, it makes up for it with its beautiful location on Lake Champlain. Vermont’s largest city is Burlington, which has beautiful lake views and many sports and recreational facilities. Vermont is the third largest US state in terms of the number of ski resorts: there are 16 downhill ski resorts and almost 30 cross-country ski resorts. In the fall you can drive along pretty country roads and explore quaint villages with white spiers and countless brightly colored maple trees.

  • Travelationary: Covers basic information about Vermont geography and economy.

Getting there

Arriving by plane

Burlington International Airport (website: offers connections to all major US cities Airport to Burlington, South Burlington and the University of Vermont. Rental cars and taxis are also available.

Arrival by train

The Amtrak Vermonter line runs from St. Albans to New York via Essex Junction, Waterbury, Montpelier, Randolph, White River Junction, Windsor, Bellows Falls and Brattleboro (all Vermont). Additional information from Amtrak (website:

Passport and visa regulations

Entry with children

Since June 27, 2012, children need their own travel document (passport / children’s passport) for trips abroad (also within the EU). Entries of children in the parental passport are no longer possible.

Contact addresses

Discover New England

c/o Get It Across Marketing
(including inquiries from the travel industry)

Neumarkt 33
D-50667 Cologne
(0221) 233 64 06. Lake Champlain Regional Chamber of Commerce and Convention Bureau
60 Main Street, Suite 100
US-05401 Burlington, Vermont
United States
(802) 863.34.89, (877) 686.52.53 (toll free within the US). Vermont Department of Tourism & Marketing
1 National Life Drive, 6th Floor
US-05620 Montpelier, Vermont
United States
(802) 828.32.37, (800) 837.66.68 (toll free within the US). Vermont Ski Areas Association
26 State Street, PO Box 368
US-05601 Montpelier, Vermont
United States
(802) 223 24 39.

Country data

  • Usaers: Provides a full list of major rivers and mountains in Vermont.

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Population density (per square km)


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Vermont state