The United States is an incredibly diverse place. From massive cities to sprawling wilderness, there is truly something for everyone if youre planning a trip here. For many people, it can be difficult to decide just where to go- after all, weve all seen so many amazing places in magazines, movies, and on TV, that it can be tricky to narrow down just a few destinations.
If this sounds like you, here are some top places to travel in the United States this year:
If you havent yet been to Las Vegas, youve been missing out. This city is packed full of delicious food (you must try the buffets), amazing clubs, baller hotels, and great shows. If youre considering going to Las Vegas, be sure to plan at least a few days.Sure, there are numerous casinos where you can spend your time, but Vegas also has some incredible shopping,and is also surrounded by natural beauty, from here you canbook a helicopter tour to see the Grand Canyon.
Chicago is hugely underrated by people who only visit the east and west coasts. But in the Midwest, you have a more relaxed way of life, with all of the benefits of a big city. In Chicago, youll find deep dish pizza, great sports bars, an excellent nightlife, and top-notch shopping. Check out Navy Pier, take an architectural tour along the river, or relax by the lake- theres always something to do in Chicago.
Ok, Florida is a pretty big state, but there are numerous places here which are well worth a visit. Head to Orlando where you can let your inner child free as you meet all your favorite Disney Characters at Disney World and enjoy some of the most thrilling rides at Universal Studios. Travel south to Miami where you can indulge in Latin American and Cuban food, enjoy watersports, and enjoy some of the best VIP clubs in the states. If you have time, take a trip to the Everglades where you can spot alligators and learn all about the wildlife in the area.
No trip to the United States is complete without a visit to New York. Youll be able to visit icons like Times Square, the Empire State Building, and the Statue of Liberty, but be sure to check out the Theater District and Broadway, walk along the High Line, and stroll through museums like the Museum of Modern Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and the Guggenheim Museum.