The USA is such a large country, it can be a little confusing when it comes to choosing where to go and what to see especially after you have had to deal with the visa process! I thankfully got all of my documents sorted by ESTA USA! Of course, the easy solution is to rent a car and go on a road trip stopping off at all of the key sights, this might not be possible for most people so here’s a list to choose from when you head stateside. Let me know your comments, places you would like to see added to the list or even places you might want to be taken off because of your experiences. So, whether you a planning to book a budget holiday or book a luxury tour, hopefully this list will help you on your trip.
I used to work in an office with a lady from San Francisco, she kept telling me how amazing her home was and how it was a place that I had to see. Let me tell you that she wasn’t wrong! The biggest attractions here are Chinatown, and the Golden Gate Bridge which you will instantly recognise. The bridge has made appearances in so many hollywood blockbusters such as Superman and X-men, it is probably the most famous bridge in the world.
The capital city of the USA is a must visit, it is littered with historical sites and landmarks. You can visit all of the sites where the decisions are made, check out the White House and the Lincoln Statue for some great pictures. There are also a number of museums here that you can visit to learn more about the history of this young country.
San Diego, California, is the place to go if you wan to hit the beach, the city has a whopping 33 beaches! During the summer months there is a fee car show, here you will be able to see some fantastic vintage cars. If cars are not your thing then you can head into the city to listen to some great live music or eat in one of the many local restaurants.
No list would be complete without the Big Apple being added to it. New York has some of the most recognisable landmarks in the world, over 50 million tourists visit the city each year. Here you can head to Madison Square Garden, the Statue of Liberty, the Empire State Building and Central Park just to name a few, there are many more amazing sights to see. It is also the place to go if you like fine dining and having a good party – this city really never sleeps!
Honolulu is the capital city of Hawaii, it offers a nice break from the major cities in the USA. There are a number of historic landmarks to visit here; Pearl Harbour, rare tropical plants at the Botanical Gardens and amazing beaches with live coral and tropical fish. There is also some fantastic entertainment on offer for you to sit back and enjoy every evening.