Best places to visit in the USA

NEW YORK

New York City is like no other city in the world, and one that must be experienced to be fully appreciated. For first-time visitors, walking the streets can be like walking through a movie set, with famous sites at every turn, from the Empire State Building, to Rockefeller Plaza, the Chrysler Building, Central Park, Times Square, 5th Avenue, Broadway, and of course, the Statue of Liberty.

San Francisco

This charming and picturesque West Coast city is the perfect getaway destination for couples, singles, or families. Famous sites, charming streets, beautiful views, and outdoor dining are all part of what makes San Francisco such a great place to visit. Take a cruise on San Francisco Bay, tour Alcatraz, drive over the Golden Gate Bridge, wander around Fisherman’s Wharf, or hop on a street car to explore the city sites.

Los Angeles

Southern California has a culture all of its own, and Los Angeles is the epicenter of this unique area. The city has always been associated with glamour, with the suburbs of HollywoodBeverly Hills, and Bel Air dominating pop culture. Also, you will have a chance to visit one of the best place in the world, Disneyland.

Washington D.C.

Washington, D.C. is the US capitol and home to some of the most famous sites and national treasures in America, from the White House and the Capitol Building to the Smithsonian museums. 

Statue of Liberty

Iconic symbol of America

Disneyland

A wonder Wonderland on Earth

Interesting facts about United States of America

1. New York was once New Amsterdam

Before New York was, well, New York – it was called New Amsterdam as a settlement by the Dutch that chose to settle in Manhattan. 

2. The Statue of Liberty speaks French

The Statue of Liberty was actually a gift from the people of France to the United States in 1886.

3. Alaska was once Russian

Back in the earlier parts of the 19th Century, Alaska wasn’t part of the USA. In fact, it was a part of Russia. It wasn’t until it was sold off to the Americans that it became a US territory.

4. The Liberty Bell is from London

Possibly one of USA’s most symbolic pieces from the American independence, the Liberty Bell still survives for us all to visit.

5. The Golden Gate Bridge never stops getting a makeover

Due to its sheer size, the bridge actually never stops getting painted and is always getting itself a little makeover for us all to enjoy.

6. You can find lots of secret spots in New York

Places like City Hall Station are stunning and although you can’t always visit them, they do exist beneath the sidewalks. The whole city is awash with little nooks and alleys that are hidden in plain sight.

7. There are 43 giant presidential heads

Hidden in Houston, Texas was one of the most bizarre sites to see. Giant Presidential Heads!

8. The USA has the longest cave system in the world

Just scratch the surface of Kentucky and you’ll come across some incredible natural sites to explore. For instance, the Mammoth Cave National Park actually has the longest cave system in the world and a place that’s great to visit.

9. The North Pole is in Alaska 

The tiny town of North Pole in Alaska is a Christmassy little place that embraces everything festive 365-days a year! Visit Santa in his grotto, see the elves at work and drive down Fairbanks, Alaska.

10. Hawaii is the only archipelago state

Hawaii is an incredibly beautiful volcanic archipelago. Consisting of numerous islands that each have their own charm. Interestingly, it’s the only US state that’s solely made up of islands.

Liberty Bell in Philadelphia

Golden Gate Bridge is getting a makeover

The Vessel

One of the favorite photo spots in New York

Abandoned presidents’ heads

Honolulu the only archipelago state

Best time to visit the USA

The United States is a big country. Just about any time can be a good time to visit the United States, but it really depends on what you want to see and do there.

If you want to ski or practice other winter sports, come in Rocky Mountains and Sierra Nevada in Winter. Spring and fall are best for much of the southern states. Summer is the best time to visit US National Park, have fun at the beaches and party in Fourth of July.

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