New York City
American icons, such as the Statue of Liberty, the Empire State Building,
..and Times Square, are just a few of the attractions to see in New York City, America’s most populous and most popular city.
The lure of Hollywood, celebrities, and the mild breezes from the Pacific Ocean makes Los Angeles an obvious addition to the list of top US tourist destinations.
Chicago has long been called the “Second City,” coming in second to New York City in both size and population.
The United States’ capital city, Washington, DC, has miles of monuments
– almost all of which are free–thereby making it one of the most visited cities in the United States, especially for families and school groups.
Most tourists go to Las Vegas to try their luck at its famous casinos.
But Las Vegas also has blockbuster shows, world class shopping, and top restaurants, all of which make this city a true oasis and a top U.S. travel destination.
Symbolized by the red rafters of the Golden Gate Bridge, this legendary city on the San Francisco Bay is known for its neighborhoods, such as Chinatown…
Say “Aloha” to Hawaii, a top U.S. destination that is also an island paradise.
From the natural beauty of its beaches and volcanoes to its rich South Pacific culture, Hawaii is the perfect US destination if you’re looking to really get away from it all.
An incredible geological wonder stretching over 200 miles,the Grand Canyon is a deep ravine carved out by the Colorado River over thousands of years.
Beautiful beaches, family-friendly attractions like Disneyworld, and the Latino culture and style of Miami make Florida, also known as the “Sunshine State,”.
New Orleans is all about festivals, French roots, and a “laissez-faire” attitude, making it a distinctly different – popular – destination among tourists from the USA.