If you’re planning to visit the United States, you may be wondering exactly where to go. After all, this is one massive, diverse country, with plenty to do and see. Luckily, we’ve got you covered- whether you want to buy American candy, eat American food, take a road trip, take photos at top tourist sites, and more. Here are some of the best places to visit in the United States:
No trip to the United States is complete without a visit to the Big Apple. Take a trip to the statue of liberty, grab a picnic in Central Park, be a tourist in Times Square, and walk the five boroughs. There’s a reason why so many people visit New York city- there really is something here for everyone, including incredible galleries, museums, shopping, clubs, food, tourist sights, and more.
If you’ve got kids, it simply makes sense to visit Florida. The whole state is excellent for families, with theme parks galore, and plenty of other attractions, including the alligators in the everglades, sunsets and watersports in Key West, delicious food, shopping, and, clubbing in Miami, and more.
Chicago is like New York, only a slightly cleaner version in the midwest (with a lake). You’ll love the river which runs right through the skyline, and there is plenty to do here for all travellers- whether you’re travelling as a couple, family, or single. Head to Navy Pier, the Chicago Zoo, or the Children’s Museum if you’re bringing the kids. If it’s an adults-only trip, enjoy your time eating your way through the city and be sure to hit up some of the numerous bars here.
Sure, LA is fine to visit for a day, but there’s a lot more to do in San Diego and far less traffic to content with. Not to mention, the people are a lot less laid back in San Diego- people aren’t constantly trying to “make it” in San Diego. From the zoo to Mission Beach, Coronado to La Jolla, take the amount of time you think you might need in San Diego and double it.
Washington D.C. is one of the best places to go if you’re hoping to learn more about the history of the United States. It’s also relatively easy on the wallet since most of the attractions here are free. Sure, there’s the obligatory visit to the White House, but there are also plenty of excellent museums to choose from, while you’ll also love the numerous outdoor parks and other attractions.