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Utah's capital, and only city with an international airport, gives off a small-town feel. Downtown is easy to get around, and come evening it gets quiet, you'd never guess that 1.2 million people reside in the metro area. The Mormon equivalent of Vatican City, the Church owns a lot of land, even though only hal the town's population are members – the university and outdoors have brought in a wide range of residents. Its liberal spirit can be felt in the coffeehouses and yoga classes, where detailed tattoos are the norm. Foodies will love the variety of international and organic dining options as well.