United States of America

Travel Guide
Golden Gate Bridge featuring landscape views, a bridge and general coastal views
The geographic variety and ethnic diversity of this nation provide unlimited opportunities for exploration, excitement and relaxation.

To get a realistic perspective of the vast, diverse United States, set aside several weeks or months to tour multiple regions of the country. Focus on large metropolises, national parks or both.

In the Northeast, New England has lobsters and the rugged Atlantic Ocean shoreline in Maine and skiing in Vermont. Visit Boston to learn about Revolutionary War history. Watch the Red Sox play baseball at Fenway Park or the Patriots play football in nearby Foxborough.

New York City, the largest city in the U.S., is famous for Broadway theaters, museums, ethnic restaurants and the lovely Central Park. Travel south to Washington D.C., the nation’s capital, for more museums and insights into how the federal government supports the 50 states.

The Southeast has lovely hiking in the Appalachian Mountains, along with the home of country music in Nashville, Tennessee. Visit Florida’s varied attractions including numerous theme parks, the John F. Kennedy Space Center, the Everglades and endless beaches.

Chicago dominates the Midwest, with a large, lively city near Lake Michigan, one of five beautiful Great Lakes. Follow the path of the mighty Mississippi River from Minnesota past the Gateway Arch of St. Louis to the jazz city of New Orleans.

Moving west, the Rocky Mountains offer excellent hiking and skiing in Colorado, Montana, Utah and Wyoming.

Texas has central oilfields, the large cities of Houston and Dallas and the shoreline along the Gulf of Mexico. In Arizona in the Southwest enjoy the natural wonders of the Grand Canyon and Sedona’s red cliffs.

California is particularly diverse, with the glamor of Hollywood in Los Angeles, the iconic Golden Gate Bridge of San Francisco, the wines of Napa and Sonoma and the ski resorts in the northern Sierra Nevada Mountains.

Continue to the Northwest, where Portland, Oregon, and Seattle, Washington have eclectic atmospheres.

If time permits, go beyond the continental U.S. Enjoy the islands of Hawaii or the glaciers and fjords of Alaska. The United States is all within your reach.

Popular cities in United States of America

New York
New York
Known for Entertainment, Theatres and Museums
Come to the “Big Apple” for a taste of many different types of urban culture in the heart of this world-famous metropolis.

Reasons to visit

  • Times Square
  • Broadway
  • Manhattan Cruise Terminal
Los Angeles
Los Angeles
Known for Entertainment, Theatres and Sports
From celebrity-spotting to clothes shopping, the fabled heartland of the film industry offers substance as well as style.

Reasons to visit

  • Wiltern Theatre
  • The Grove
  • Aquarium of the Pacific
Chicago showing a city, street scenes and a high-rise building
Chicago
Known for Theatres, Museums and Art
Chicago is a modern metropolis on Lake Michigan's shores with a pronounced fondness for art, baseball and blues. Stroll through the museums and parks during the day, and when the sun goes down, take in an evening of live blues in the bustling heart of Downtown Chicago. Or why not experience a lively sporting event and check out the hometown baseball teams, The Cubs and White Sox or the Chicago Bulls basketball team.

Reasons to visit

  • Navy Pier
  • Soldier Field
  • Chicago Theatre
Boston Common showing a city, a statue or sculpture and a park
Boston
Known for Historical, Sports and Tours
Boston has an important place in American history; considered by many to be the Birthplace of American Liberty, it played a major role of during the American Revolution. Boston now remains influential on the east coast, especially since the city is inseparable from science and education, and has the reputation of being one of the most affluent and most progressive cities in the United States.

Reasons to visit

  • Copley Square
  • Fenway Park
  • New England Aquarium
Washington
Washington
Known for Historical, Museums and Monuments
National politics, historic monuments, museums, theatres, art galleries and quirky festivals – the U.S. capital city has a lot to offer.

Reasons to visit

  • Union Station Shopping Center
  • Capital One Arena
  • Smithsonian American Art Museum
Houston featuring a park
Houston
Known for Shopping, Sports and Theatres
Through booms and busts in the oil industry, this Texas city has built and maintained great cultural attractions and diverse culinary experiences.

Reasons to visit

  • Houston Zoo
  • Memorial City Mall
  • Discovery Green

Popular places to visit

United States of America

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