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Where to go in the USA: 10 Places You Must Visit

22 Jan Where to go in the USA: 10 Places You Must Visit

Whether you’re traveling to the U.S. for the first time or simply revisiting an old friend, you should definitely make room in your schedule to visit cool spots that America has to offer. Instead of spending time on movie nights and dance clubs at home, save that sum for better purposes. As a famous writer once said, “Adventure might hurt you but monotony will kill you.”

I put up a list of the most popular & interesting places one must visit when traveling to the United States. Check them out and don’t forget to leave me feedback! I highly appreciate it.

  1. The Grand Canyon! I mean “Helloooo”

One of the most popular tourist destinations in ages, the Grand Canyon is one of those spots that you cannot miss. The Godly wonderwork is located next to the Grand Canyon Village, in Arizona. There is also a pretty cool forest right next to the canyon, called Kaibab National Forest. You should totally check that out too!

Watch out! The North Rim of the Grand Canyon is open seasonally from May 14th through October 15th. If you’re planning a visit another time of the year, you’ll have to access it through the South Rim, which is also nice, but not as beautiful as the Northern one.

  1. The City That Never Sleeps

Visiting New York might be one of the best decisions you’ve taken in a while. There is nothing in this world that compares to the city that never sleeps. Walking through Central Park, watching good shows on Broadway, or taking a glimpse at Times Square are just some of the amazing activities you can perform here. In New York, even the most restless person finds his peace.

  1. The Capital!

Washington, D.C. is another great spot to visit. The Lincoln Memorial will leave you speechless, while the White House and the Washington Monument might give you the chills. Since you’re here, you should nevertheless take a tour of the U.S. Capitol and the National Archives. The Smithsonian`s are another plus to visiting this city!

  1. The Glacier National Park

If you’re a hiker, this is your place to shine! Touring the U.S. without hiking is like being a boxer and never entering the ring. Here, the beautiful wilder life interknits with the solitude of the mountains and the beautiful song of the birds. You should carefully choose the time you wish to visit since the road status is constantly changing.

  1. Miami, ayyy Papi!

As Michael Mann once said, “Miami is one of these great places that is a really sensual, physically beautiful place.” So, don’t miss it! Spending some time in the hot zone should definitely be on your bucket list. Practicing your Spanish is another perk of visiting this colossal city.

Miami’s skyscrapers and fancy automobiles transport you to the future! writes Aussie Writing. It shows people how unity and diversity should interrelate. If you want to have a Cuban breakfast, you can! If you want to have a Nicaraguan lunch, problem solved! If, on the other hand, you want a specific American dinner, you got it.

  1. The Yosemite National Park in California

Situated on Tioga Pass Road, California, The Yosemite National Park is a rare kind of wilderness beauty. Assignment Writing has rated it a top location to see, while the U.S. News placed it fourth on their Best Places to Visit in the USA classification. You can camp here (camping is highly popular!) and should plan ahead to find out your best traveling options.

  1. The Wave in Arizona

The best sandstone rock formation in the U.S., the Arizonian Wave is an incredibly lovely attraction to check on your must-see list. Watch out! You need a permit to enter the park and visit the wave, so make sure you apply for it ahead of time. You can find more info on how to apply for one on the attraction’s official webpage.

  1. Mount Rushmore!

This is your chance to see George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt, and Abraham Lincoln live! Okay, not really… but at Mount Rushmore, you can see some of the most famous Founding Fathers’ faces meticulously carved in stone, which is close to seeing them in person. Book a trip to Dakota now if you don’t want to miss this chance.

  1. The Big Sur

The Big Sur is a Californian unforgettable stretch of coastline! Here, the Santa Lucia Mountains rise straight from the Pacific Ocean, which makes the landscape one remarkable scenery. Here, you can camp as well! There is also a calendar of events posted on this website, along with a campfire program. Check them out!

  1. Las Vegas, baby!

You can’t leave the United States without a trip to Las Vegas; and since you’re in Cali anyways….

Visit the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, the Neon Museum, or the High Roller Observation Wheel, and you won’t regret it, I promise!

Wrapping It Up

Traveling to the United States without seeing these attractions sounds sad, doesn’t it? Make sure you plan your trip accordingly and leave enough room in your schedule for these outstanding trips. Good luck and enjoy the ride!

 

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Working as a copywriter and later an editor at https://www.essaygeeks.co.uk  in London, Kurt Walker is now a professional freelancer and journalist for EssayOnTime.com. During his time atProEssayWriting.com, Kurt developed skills in different areas, such as technology, education, and productivity. 

 

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