As one of the oldest settlements in the US, Connecticut is a location that attracts both the wishing to relocate and visitors wishing to learn more about the history of this state and indeed the country.
Currently, tourism in Connecticut is worth $4 billion and accounts for just under 2% of GDP. But what exactly do tourists flock to the area for, and which part of Connecticut is worth your visit?
There are many stunning, cultural and exciting areas to visit within the state, but Greenwich Downtown provides popular year after year.
For those unfamiliar with Greenwich, Stanton House Inn has compiled a guide on the best places to visit downtown and the best local eateries, stores, bars, and points of interest.
While Downtown Greenwich is currently the most well-known as a shopping district, in reality, it has so much more to offer. For example, for those who prefer to spend time outdoors instead of in a store, Greenwich Point Park is a stunning location with one of the best beaches in Connecticut.
So whether you want to take in some of the stunning architecture of days gone past or immerse yourself in the modern elements and thriving social scene, Downtime Greenwich can make the ideal location for tourists and locals alike.
If you’re interested in discovering more about what Greenwich has to offer and the best places to visit during your stay, check out this infographic which has all the details you need to know to help you make the most of your trip.
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