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25 American cities for fun and excursions

25 American cities for sightseeing


Historic Towns at the Top of US Most Popular Attractions Millions of TripAdvisor users have voted New York, Chicago-Charleston, and South Carolina as the top three destinations in the United States.

New York


More than 50 million people visit New York City each year. The five boroughs of New York have some of the most accessible attractions in the world. Tourists on a budget can travel from Manhattan to Staten Island for free by boat and enjoy a spectacular view of the Statue of Liberty and the Manhattan Skyline.

Chicago-Illinois


America’s third largest city offers travelers world-class museums, the best food, sporting events, iconic architecture such as the Willis Tower and America’s tallest buildings. Midost City is also known as the city of comedy. The second city comedy theater group is where many famous comedians started their careers, including Mike Myers and Tina Phi.

Charleston-South Carolina


Many say Charleston is one of the most beautiful and historic places in the United States. This coastal city has a rich history. Fort Sumtet Civil War started off the coast of the city and now visitors can see it. But the current Charleston also has a lot to offer. Conde Nast Traveler magazine has chosen this city as the first city in America because of the beautiful architecture of its food and its warm and kind people.

Las Vegas-Nevada


The desert city of Las Vegas is known all over the world for its dance halls and bright nights. Travelers and visitors stay in world-class hotels, dine in restaurants with the best chefs, and often watch fascinating shows and concerts.

Seattle-Washington


Tourists on the west coast of Seattle encounter the Space Needle Tower, the world’s first Starbucks coffee shop, Pike Place Market, one of the oldest and most famous farmers’ markets in the country. The Needle Tower was built in 1962 for the World’s Fair. Standing on the top floor, you can see the nearby mountains.

San Francisco-California


The most famous place in San Francisco is the Golden Gate Bridge. The bridge, which opened in 1937, is still among the top 10 longest bridges in the world. In addition, the San Francisco Bridge has beautiful views of the ocean and one of the largest Chinatowns. Alcatraz Island, a former federal prison, can only be reached by boat.

Washington DC


No other city in the United States has housed this volume of monument and museum as much as Washington. From the Thomas Jefferson Building to the World War II Memorial Park. Washington has enough free attractions to keep you entertained for weeks. Cherry blossoms in the Tidal Basin reservoir attract millions of tourists from all over the world in the spring.

New Orleans-Louisiana


New Orleans is home to annual materialistic celebrations. The street is always crowded with bourbon. The beautiful French Quarter, jazz and beignet sweets are one of its attractions. After a good night in the city, you can go to Café Du Monder and have a cup of coffee and sweets.

Palm Springs-California


Palm Springs, California is a resort town in the Coachella Desert Valley. In the early 1920s, the city was a popular place for movie stars to escape from Hollywood and relax. Tourists can enjoy golf, horseback riding, swimming and tennis in this city with an average of 354 sunny days a year.

San Diego California


There are very few cities in the United States that have better weather than San Diego. And this is great because the city in Southern California has a lot of outdoor attractions. Be sure to try surfing on the waves of the Pacific Ocean on America’s best beaches, or enjoy the oceanfront at Sunset Cliff Natural Park.

St. Louis-Missouri


One of the city’s nicknames is The Gateway to the West. In fact, the arch is a memorial to the development of the West in the United States. This arch is the tallest independent monument in the country.

Sedona-Arizona


Sedona is a quiet desert community in the southwestern United States. Some of the oldest rocks and cliffs, called Red Rock Country, surround this area. The rocks change color every morning and night. Sedona is also known for its growing artistic community and Native American history.

Honolulu-Hawaii


Beautiful scenery such as Waikiki Beach and Diamond Head Mount Honolulu, the capital of Hawaii, is also home to the Pearl Horbor Historic Naval Base, which led the United States during World War II and was bombed by Japan.

Miami Beach


Miami Beach offers tourists white sandy beaches, fine dining restaurants and nightlife. Tourists should visit ethnic neighborhoods such as Little Havana and Little Haiti along the beach and at night.

Branson-Missouri


Branson is the city of music concerts, comedy shows and magic in the country. Most days, more than 90 performances are performed in nearly 40 theaters in the city. The Ozark Mountains and the surrounding nature provide a great opportunity for fishing, cycling and mountaineering.

Boston-Massachusetts


If this is the first time you have seen this eastern coastal city of America, be sure to walk 4 km to Azadi. This route takes tourists to 16 important places, including the Paul Revere Museum. Built in the 1980s, it is the oldest building in downtown Boston. It is also home to Harvard and MIT, some of the best universities in the world.

Savannah-Georgia


The beautiful Savannah Tree is one of the largest National Historic Landmarks in the United States. But this city does not have only spectacular beauties. Go to a family style restaurant to experience the best hotels and hospitality in South America.

Orlando-Florida


Orlando is the capital of American amusement parks. The most popular of these amusement parks is Walt Deisney World. You can visit the Epcot Center after boarding the intense aerial train. Epcot includes places that display the cultures of different countries of the world.

Portland-Oregon


The lovely city of Portland in North America has beautiful nature and great food. Be sure to visit the Japanese Garden City, which is one of the largest gardens of its kind outside of Japan. Portland also claims to have the largest beverage factory in the world.

Lahina-Hawaii


Lahina is the former capital of Hawaii. It was an important whaling village in the 1800s. Well-known author Herman Melville has written about the area in his classic novel Moby Dick. Today, tourists have the chance to watch humpback whales in the city from December to May.

St. Augustine-Florida


St. Augustine is the oldest European settlement in the United States. The Spanish explorer Ponce de Leونn claimed in 1513 that the area belonged to Spain. Be sure to visit the Castillo de san Marcos, a castle built by a Spaniard in the late 1600s.

Nashville-Tennessee


The people of this city call Nashville a city of music. Tourists can learn about the music scene at the National Music Hall of Fame and Museum, and then enjoy some time on the famous Grand Ole Opry, the world’s longest-running live radio show. Some of the most famous musicians recorded their most successful music in the city, including Elvis Presley and John Jovi.

Los Angeles-California


Los Angeles fascinates tourists from the oceanfront with palm trees to the Hollywood Hills. Take a look at how movies are made in one of the movie studios or get a replica of a famous person in the TCl Chinese Theater. If you are in Los Angeles in late February or March, you may even see all the movie stars at the Oscars.

San Antonio-Texas


More than 3 million people visit the city each year during the Fiesta week in April. But the rest of the city’s attractions are enjoyable all year round. Never miss the River Walk Tree Beach or the Alamo Mission Station and the famous Alamo Battlefield.

Austin-Texas


Many tourists come to this Texas Hill Country, which is fun and ideal for cycling, and because of its wonderful music. The Austin City Limits and South by Southwest are always the most popular bands of the year.