This state has a proud tradition of firsts - namely, it was the first post-colonial sovereign nation in the United States, having broken away from Great Britain back in January of 1766. Obviously, it joined the newly formed United States six months later. It’s also famous for the New Hampshire Primary, which is the first primary in the US presidential cycle. The license plates still carry the motto “Live Free or Die,” embodying the commitment of New Hampshire’s people to political issues. Manchester is considered one of the most tax friendly cities in the United States, attesting to the important of personal and political freedoms. Combined with the incredible educational history that this area of the country has, New Hampshire is an eye-opening place to visit. The nature here is breathtaking, and you’re sure to enjoy your visit!