A national magazine has dropped some holiday praise on Cape May and Atlantic City.

Travel and Leisure has named Cape May and Atlantic City as a couple  of America's Best Towns for the Holidays!

The magazine has this to say about Cape May:

This Jersey Shore town has a strong Victorian streak—its easily recognized by its quaint architecture—and the holiday season pushes it a little further on the Dickensian scale. The walkable Washington Street Mall gets draped in greenery and hosts its annual Hospitality Nights, when merchants hand out treats (in 2015, December 10–11). Angle for samples from the Original Fudge Kitchen, which also offers great fudge-and-saltwater-taffy gift boxes. If you have kids, check in to Congress Hall, where the Grand Lawn across from the beach turns into a beachy winter wonderland complete with a train, concerts, gingerbread decorating, and breakfast or brunch with Santa.

Cape May came in 21st on the list.

Atlantic City came in at number 23:

A casino and boardwalk don’t exactly conjure images of plum puddings and carolers, yet T+L readers appreciate Atlantic City’s wild weekend spirit and vivid people-watching. Festivities this year include the Running of the Santas pub run and come to a peak at New Year’s Eve; the biggest party may be at the Crystal Room in the sleek Chelsea, the town’s first non-casino hotel to open in decades.

No other New Jersey cities made the list.