The United States is a huge country with so many sights to choose from that sometimes it’s difficult to even make up your mind where to start from. Whether you are visiting the United States for the first time, or you live in America and want to see new places and enjoy some wonderful vacations, we’ve made a list of the 5 cities that you must visit in the US.
The Big Apple is known for its busy streets, diverse population, and tall skyscrapers. New York city is situated among 3 large islands connected by bridges, and is one of the largest port cities in the world. Historically New York has been the entry point for millions of immigrants to the US, and this has left many of its iconic views, like the Statue of Liberty that salutes all the visitors that arrive at the harbor, and Ellis Island where immigrants where registered at disembarkation. The city’s tall skyscrapers, like the Empire State Building and Times Square are also popular attractions.
Located in the Pacific coast, LA is known for its sunny weather, and the neighborhood of Hollywood is home to the biggest movie studios in the world. Los Angeles cuisine is a reflection of its large latin population and its urban culture.The city’s beaches are a popular destination for locals and visitors, with Malibu beach known as the Surf Capital of the World.
The city of Las Vegas started as an oasis in the desert, and became famous for its casinos, luxurious hotels and its entertainment industry. If you are visiting Las Vegas you’ll be surprised if you find the time to sleep. The city offers entertainment for all ages and tastes: family oriented circuses, theater, or famous casinos like the Caesars Palace. Las Vegas is known as the Sin City for its vibrant adult entertainment industry and vibrant nightlife.
Known as the Athens of America for the city’s role in the forming years of the United States, Boston is a small city with a highly cultured population and many historical buildings. Take a tour through the city’s Freedom Trail to a time capsule that walks you through the forming years of the Republic during and after the Revolutionary War. Take a stroll though Boston’s streets and contemplate the beautiful Victorian Era architecture in the Back Bay, go to the South End to eat some of the best cuisine Boston has to offer, or enjoy a game of baseball watching The Red Soxs at Fenway Park.
Located at the foot of Lake Michigan, the city of Chicago is full of life and a is vibrant scene of jazz music and theatre events. Chicago is home to the the second largest art museum in the US and is famous for its modern architecture sights like the 360º Chicago skyscraper where visitors can dine with an amazing view of the city from more than 1.000 feet from the ground. The Girl & the Goat, The Purple Pig and Miller’s Pub are just some of the great restaurants in the city.