Since the Untied States is so massive, you may find that narrowing down exactly where you want to travel can be a bit of a nightmare. After all, everyone has a different opinion about where to go and what to do, and a lot of the decision making process will come down to how you like to travel and the things you like to see.
Here are some of the best cities to travel in the United States:
Sure, Savannah is more of a town than a city, but it’s a must visit for a reason. This is an excellent place to visit if you want to learn about American history, particularly in the south, and you’ll be able to spot many different historic homes, the incredibly famous Bonaventure Cemetery and, of course, City Market where you’ll find your souvenirs. This is the oldest city in Georgia, and dates back to 1733- something that you’ll recognise as you soak up the history combined with the youthful vibe given by the many colleges and young people. If you want a good look at life in the “south”, Savannah is the place to go.
Visiting the United States and skipping New York is a bad idea, as the city is such a good glimpse into the many cultures, religions and backgrounds of the American people. From a tourist perspective, no other city has the sheer amount of things to do and see as New York City, and you’ll need at least a few days here, and are bound to leave wanting to return. The best idea is to book your airport transfers before you arrive, so you’ll have one less thing to worry about and can instead ride the subway when you’re not carrying all of your bags.
Chicago is another big city, but instead of the hustle and bustle of New York, it has a more laid-back feel of the mid-west, and combines some of the best food, live music and entertainment- making it a must-visit. Take a scenic boat ride out into the lake for amazing views of the skyline or wander down the Magnificent Mile for great shopping and people-watching opportunities. Don’t miss the German Christmas market if you happen to be visiting around the holidays.
At first glance, Orlando may seem like a weird place to visit, but it’s perfectly located for travellers wanting to see everything that Florida has to offer. Head to the theme parks and scream your lungs out on the rollercoasters at Universal Studios or take the kids to Disneyworld, before travelling down south to Miami and south beach or taking an Everglade tour to get up close to the alligators.
The City of Sin is the place to go if you want to get wild and have some fun. What happens here stays here, and you’ll find some of the best buffets in the country, cheap accommodation and more clubs, casinos and shows than you could ask for.