The United States of America are incredibly diverse. Every single state has its own points of interest, and no two cities ever feel the same. If you’re planning this year’s holiday abroad and are struggling to choose a location, fear not! Help is at hand.
If you’ve settled on America, it’s about time you narrowed that down to a city. The following post will (hopefully) help you make a decision, and without further ado, here are the five best cities to visit in the U.S.
New York City
Some call it the Big Apple, and that’s an interesting story unto itself. For most of us, New York represents the ultimate American destination, and with good reason. It’s bustling, hectic street scene is complimented by towering skyscrapers and some of the most famous landmarks in the world.
There’s Central Park, perfect for a mid-afternoon stroll. There’s the Empire State Building and the Statue of Liberty, two sites that need no introduction. There’s the Museum Of Modern Art, the Rockefeller Center, and Times Square. The city is littered with some of the biggest attractions known to popular culture, and is something that must be experienced.
We’ve all heard the stories, and now it’s time to make your own! Las Vegas is a location that’s primarily aimed at adults, and this being the case, it’s one of the best night-life destinations on the planet.
If that isn’t your scene, you can always have a game of roulette at the world famous Caesars Palace or the Stratosphere. Vegas is also home to some of the finest stage shows and acts in the world, and there’s a reason it’s nicknamed The Entertainment Capital Of The World. As is the case with any holiday, it’s a good idea to learn more before you depart – there’s so much to do in Vegas! Brushing up beforehand is utterly imperative. It’s quite easy to get lost among the crowds here.
It could be argued that Los Angeles is the movie capital of the world, and that can’t be disputed. There’s the Hollywood Walk of Fame, the place to check out all the stars belonging to your favorite actors and actresses. There’s the Chinese Theatre, one of the most prominent cinema’s in the world and one that frequently hosts movie premieres. If you’re a film fan, you owe it to yourself to get on down to a Los Angeles visit soon!
The city that’s most associated with sunshine and beaches on this list, Honolulu, Hawaii is one of the prettiest places in the world. It’s a city that’s full of bright colors, gorgeous vistas and lush greenery. Plus, it’s extremely cultured and for fans of history and nature, there’s plenty to love here.
From the Bishop Natural History Museum to the extinct Diamond Head volcano, there’s lots to see, do and explore. Make sure you pack the sunscreen!
One of the most eccentric cities in America, Hershey is perfect for chocolate lovers and families alike! It’s also one of the cheapest places to stay too, when compared to the other cities on this list. There are roller coasters to ride, parks to walk, and some intriguing Amish-esque architecture. For adults, the Troegs Brewing Company is well worth a visit, offering you an in-depth look at how their beer is manufactured.
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