Sitka was founded as a Russian town in 1799, with remnants of the Tlingit tribe's history and culture. The Alaskan town is perfect for touring on foot.
Valdez is situated at the head of a deep fjord. Despite the town's importance as a commercial fishing port, its secluded position and give it an ideal place to admire Alaska's natural beauty.
Ketchikan is a seaside community that covers 31 miles along the southwest coast of Revillagigedo Island.
The Klondike Highway and Alaska Marine Highway make travelling to Skagway easier. The village in the Alaskan panhandle is notable for its wooden boardwalks.
Homer can only be reached by the Sterling Highway, giving it the nickname "the end of the road."
Talkeetna is situated at the junction of three glacial rivers, including the Susitna, Chulitna, and Talkeetna.
On the northern end of Mitkof Island, Petersburg is home to a tiny town. The town was founded by Norwegian fisherman in the late 19th century.
Anchorage's vacation community of Girdwood is encircled by the Chugach Mountain Range. It is also close to seven glaciers, hence it is also known as "Glacier City" in Alaska.
Glacier Bay National Park, which includes 3.3 million acres of snow-capped mountains, glaciers, and fjords, is less than 5 miles east of Gustavus.
The Petroglyph Beach State Historic Park makes Wrangell a fantastic location for learning about Alaska's indigenous history.