Montpelier, which is one of the least populated cities of the world, is located within the borders of Vermont, the United States of America. Afro Americans, Indians, Asians and White Americans live together in the city where eight thousand people live. The people of Montpelier make their living by working in the state, universities, insurance companies and tourism companies.
Although Montpelier doesn’t have its own airport, Edward F. Knapp State Airport in Barre, which is near the city can be used to travel. Using the trains of Amtrak, the United States railway system, other cities in the state can be visited. The Greyhound and Megabus buses, which offers urban and interurban passenger transportation service, are being used as the most important means of transportation in the city.
Hubbard Park, North Branch River Park and The Mill Pond Park are among the natural places that take attention in Montpelier, which is a very special city with its natural beauties and cultural places. The Kellogg-Hubbard Library, Lost Nation Theater and the Vermont History Museum offer service as the city's most important cultural places.