I guess it would depend on what pantheon/tradition you follow and what you personally feel is sacred space. I visit Salem, MA often - but then, it's less than two hours drive for me. But in the last 30-40 years that city has become "The Witch City" itself and the area has become highly populated with Wiccans, Witches and other Pagans - despite the history of the area's witch hysteria. Most of the time when I visit, I stop by the Witch Trials Memorial and leave some flowers or a small crystal or some other little offering in honor of those who were executed wrongly accused of witchcraft. Salem is a lovely seaside town rich in maritime history as well, and I have a strong connection to the ocean - so I just love it there. I find some of the other-than-witchy history and architecture quite interesting. Should you ever decide to visit there - email me, I'd be happy to advise what is worth seeing and what tourist traps to avoid - I've even served as "tour-guide" with numerous friends on their first visit. :) I also like to visit areas that have some interesting natural phenomena when I'm travelling - of course, I love to admire the work of Mother Nature. As I walk a Celtic path and have such heritage, there are some sacred places in the Celtic countries I would really love to see in my lifetime - most esp. in Ireland. I'm workin' on getting there! :) Blessings. P.S. I like flamespeak's answer too!