Lexington HolidaysUnited States
Known as the "Horse Capital of the World" for its equestrian roots, Lexington maintains an urban growth boundary that prevents downtown growth from threatening its famed horse farms. It is home to the Kentucky Horse Park and Red Mile Race Course, but non-horse lovers can also enjoy this culturally rich …

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How to get to Lexington

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Where to stay in Lexington

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Reviews of Lexington

Steve DeAngelo
Steve DeAngeloMelbourne

When I think of Lexington, I think of blue grass horse country, good food, courteous people, and the University of Kentucky which is the pride of Lexington. Lexington was a city before Kentucky was a state, and today Lexington's population has grown to just around 300,000.

Laura C.
Laura C.Philadelphia

Fun city with an excellent BBQ scene. Oh and there are some very picturesque horse farms.

Laura Ricks
Laura RicksBerea

The horses are beautiful and the farms are breath taking. The Fayette Mall is the best place to shop. There are many great places to eat very close to the mall.

Robert Thompson
Robert ThompsonGlasgow

i grew up in this city over 38 yrs long time

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