The United States of America is a country filled to the brim with activities, places and experiences for visitors from all over the world. It’s a country whose buildings simply emanate personality and strength, with skyscrapers covering skylines across the land. There’s plenty of history, cultural diversity and differing points of view to be found. Since there’s so much to see and do, we’ve made a handy little guide of the best cities to visit in the United States.
1. New York
The Big Apple is a shopper’s paradise, with the flagship stores of brands such as Apple, Lego and Disney must visit locations on your trip. It’s home to Wall Street, the Statue of Liberty, the Empire State Building and many more impressive buildings. The city that never sleeps also has zoos, parks, museums, theatres, bars and clubs to keep you entertained.
2. Los Angeles
Located on the West Coast, the City of Angels is the second largest in the country and has a massively diverse population. It’s famous for its beaches, basketball teams and liveable climate, but what stands out most for Los Angeles is the entertainment industry. It’s the home of Hollywood and attracts thousands of would be actors every year who try to make it big.
If you want a relaxing holiday, then Miami is the place for you. It’s one of the hottest destinations and is known for its beautiful beaches, diverse cuisine and great entertainment year round. It’s a gateway to South America and as such, Spanish can be heard frequently in the city. It’s almost like it’s separate from the rest of America, and is a place where diversity is celebrated.
4. Las Vegas
The city of sin offers tourists a lot more than just the world renowned casinos. The entertainment here goes beyond the blackjack table and includes concerts, shows, singing, dancing, acrobatics and just about any other form of entertainment possible. If you want to step away from all the vice and flashing lights for a while, then one of the most famous attractions in America, The Grand Canyon, is not too far away.
If you want the perfect family holiday then there’s no destination better than Orlando. Universal Studios and Disneyland are an unforgettable experience for kids and adults alike, while the Florida weather means you can chill by the pool after a long day of running from one ride to the next.