Hey there fellow travel lovers. Moving to Maryland ended up being the best thing that ever happened to me from a travel perspective. Southwest Airlines isn't perfect, but because of their presence in Baltimore I've been to a lot of cool places for pretty cheap. However, I'm running out of major cities, so I was wondering what you guys thought were underrated or undersung American cities. No real rules for what you can put down. I've got: Minneapolis: Wonderful, wonderful city. The streets are great to walk down, there's culture and a whole ton of restaurants that I enjoy, easy light rail access to the airport (always a plus), friendly people, and a vibe. I hate that word, but you know how some cities just feel exciting and cool when you enter them? Minneapolis is one of them Louisville: Not quite on Minneapolis's level, but it's got really nice architecture, unique museums (one dedicated to British history in America? Neato!) a nice riverfront feel and the prettiness of the Old Louisville neighborhood Providence: Overshadowed by Boston, but a worthy destination in its own right. Compact, walkable, but with distinct neighborhoods each with their own flavor and feel. Also, Brown and RISD give the population a young and vibrant feel. That's three for me -- what do you fellows and gals have?