5 Top Places to Visit on Your USA Tour

The United States offer so many incredible and diverse places to visit and discover, that the whole process of crafting your itinerary can quickly become rather overwhelming. Of course, you have your whole life ahead of you to take different tours and trips, but if you’re looking for some help when it comes to your first itinerary and the most memorable USA spots to go to, the following ones should definitely be on your bucket list.

 

1. Los Angeles

You shouldn’t miss the chance to experience the Hollywood charm on your USA tour. That said, Los Angeles is definitely one of the top spots to visit. Not only could you meet celebrities as you go about your day, but the actual weather will make your stay truly enjoyable. The Pacific Ocean breeze is what makes the stay in this city relaxing and enjoyable. Malibu and Santa Monica beaches are the must-visit hot spots in this city, especially if you’re interested in the more luxurious vibe of the Los Angeles charm. Together with Rodeo Drive shopping and Beverly Hills tour, you’ll feel like a celebrity yourself! Of course, don’t forget to walk the boardwalk in Venice Beach.

 

2. New York City

If there’s one city you can be 100% sure about for your USA tour itinerary, it’s New York City, famously known as Big Apple. And as you can imagine, the Statue of Liberty, the Empire State Building, and Times Square are just the tip of the iceberg when this amazing city is concerned. For starters, don’t miss the chance to marvel at the greenery and artwork as you take a walk on the High Lane. Also, NYC has no shortage of museums for art lovers and you can visit the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Museum of Modern Art, the Guggenheim Museum, the Whitney Museum of American Art, and the Frick Collection.

Don’t hesitate to try shopping at Fifth Avenue and maybe even visit Washington Square and Rockefeller Center. Of course, taking a walk in Central Park is a must. It doesn’t matter whether you decide to fly to NYC or maybe even go with a bus tour from Montreal to New York for added experience – you’re bound to have an amazing time in this city.

 

3. Washington

As you probably already know, Washington is the capital of the United States, and rightfully so. The city is filled with gorgeous monuments and museums, and the best thing is that most of those are complete fee-free. In case you’re interested in US history, this is definitely the place to visit. Mount Vernon, George Washington’s plantation, Ford’s Theater and The White House are just some of the hot spots in the city of historical importance. And don’t forget about the Smithsonian museum as well as the National Museum of American History. In case you visit in late March/early April, you can witness breathtaking cherry blossoms along the Tidal Basin, together with the Jefferson Memorial, a memorial to the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and so on.

 

4. Las Vegas

What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas. For your first USA tour, you can never go wrong with paying Las Vegas a visit.  Of course, you don’t have to spend all your money gambling, and you really shouldn’t, but you can still try your luck a little bit in some of the huge casinos, just for the experience and overall atmosphere. Don’t miss the chance to explore the Neon Museum as well as enjoy some top-class shopping and world-renowned restaurants. And if you want a specific recommendation for some effective exploration, MGM Grand is your stop.

 

5. San Francisco

The Golden Gate Bridge is a truly breathtaking piece of architecture that decorates the city of San Francisco. If you can’t decide where to go for your final USA tour city, this should be the place that makes the cut. The Chinatown and Haight-Ashbury neighborhoods will definitely leave you awestruck. The latter is famous for its hippie-turned-haute makeover. And if you’re a nature lover, San Francisco is without a doubt your ideal itinerary spot. On the other hand, wine enthusiasts will enjoy this city as a starting point to the Napa Valley and Sonoma County, too.

In the end, your ideal USA tour itinerary should be made depending on your own likes, interests and preferences. However, if you just can’t seem to decide where to go, the above-mentioned cities are truly the top choices for every eager traveler.

 

 

About the Author:

Diana Smith is a full-time mom of two beautiful girls interested in home improvement and the latest DIY topics. In her free time, she enjoys exercising and preparing healthy meals for her family.

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