Popular US Destinations You Need to Add to Your Bucket List




The United States is extremely rich in tourist offers and they belong to the leading countries when it comes to choosing a travel destination. Seeing all the sights that America has to offer is not something that everyone can afford, so here we will make a selection of the most beautiful vacation spots that guarantee a great time and real enjoyment!


The United States attracts the attention of various people, both those who follow how the United States behaves on the world stage in the field of politics, economy, security, and those who are more interested in nature, history, culture, and lifestyle.


All of that being said – here are the top locations that the tourists themselves rated as the best when it comes to accommodation, places to go out, etc. From New York to New Orleans to San Francisco and Washington, this small map of America's most beautiful destinations will come in handy when planning your next vacation you'll never forget. 

New York

Did you know that the Statue of Liberty was a gift of friendship to France in 1880 as a kind of symbol of democracy? The Statue of Liberty is the work of Gustave Eiffel (creator of the Eiffel Tower in Paris) and represents the Roman goddess of freedom who holds a torch in one hand and a plate with the text of the Declaration of Independence written in the other. To visit this symbol, not only of democracy but of the whole of America, you can buy a ticket for a cruise to the Statue which includes entry to the Statue of Liberty Museum which includes a visit to Ellis Island.

Make sure to visit Commemorative Museum 9/11

According to their official website, “Commemorative Museum 9/11” represents a national institution whose most important goal is both to investigate the events that took place on September 9, as well as to document the impact that it had on the nation – and, maybe most importantly, to examine the legacy that this sad event left behind. They explain that the mission of the institution is to honor and respect those who lost their lives in the 2001 and 1993 attacks.

Museum of Military and Naval History

American Museum of Military and Naval History – Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum in New York is a national historical landmark that will inspire your research spirit. In the museum, visitors can learn about the history of this landmark, what it was used for, as well as souvenirs that have remained from ancient times. The museum also has a beautiful collection of boats!

Empire State Building

Also as one of the must-see destinations is Empire State Building. After the renovation, a visit to this magnificent building is a special experience because during your visit you learn about the history of the building, its significance regarding politics and economy, as well as the cultural significance.


It was built in the shape of a pencil and represents the winner in the race for the tallest building in New York.


Broadway is a street located in New York and is a real oasis for theater lovers. Also called the Theater District, this part of New York has about 41 professional theaters where performances and musicals are repeated indefinitely, as long as some would watch them.


Broadway was created at the end of the 19th century and is the only avenue in New York that is not set rectangular but diagonally in relation to all the others. They say that it is to deviate from regularity especially. Visiting New York and not visiting Broadway and possibly watching at least one musical in one of the many theaters is an almost unforgivable omission.

French Quarter – New Orleans

Mardi Gras and the French Quarter are the two most recognizable symbols of New Orleans. Mardi Gras is one of the largest carnivals in America and the neighborhood is the historic heart of the city, most known for its nightlife and all of the colorful buildings with steel balconies. Tripadvisor recommends a tour of this city with guides who will introduce you to the history of this neighborhood, which includes a burlesque show!

Skydeck in Chicago

One of the most popular tourist destinations in Chicago for height lovers! 103 floors to the beautiful peak from where you will see Lake Michigan and the glass bridge on which you will not remain indifferent because you are at a height of 412 meters with an exciting view down!

It is recommended that, after an exciting tour of the top of the building, you book a great dinner for you and your family and friends with a beautiful view of the lake. You will feel like members of the royal family when you get this exclusive right to stay on top and enjoy dinner with your loved ones!


Golden Gate Bridge – San Francisco

There truly isn’t a landmark that says “San Francisco” quite as much as the iconic and beautiful Golden Gate Bridge effortlessly does. It is 6200 feet long and as tall as a 65-story building, so it is no surprise that it is on our list! The best way in which you can tour the bridge is bus tours that visit as many as 20 sights of the city or a boat ride and enjoy the sunset.

White House – Washington

There are countless places in the capital that tourists of different interests will mark as the best, such as the Washington Monument, beautiful parks, or its museums and libraries, but the White House is one of the must-see tourist destinations around the world. The White House has been the residence of American presidents since 1800 when John Adams was president.


Adams thanked in a special way for the opportunity to serve such a building with the words that one of the later presidents, Franklin Roosevelt, ordered to be carved in the fireplace in the central dining room of the White House: “I pray that the greatest blessings are given to this house and to everyone who will inhabit it in the future. Let no one, except honest and wise people, ever rule under this roof.”

How can you visit the white house?

The recommendation is to visit the president's office and the exterior of the White House in two tours that exist every day, where one tour is during the day and the other during the night! The tour at night is called “Driving an electric wheelchair in the moonlight”. To tour the interior of the White House, you must submit an official request to your representative in Congress, according to the Government Conservation Agency. 

What else should you see while in Washington?

The recommendation for the visit is also the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History, located in Washington, which represents a complex of 19 museums and galleries, 9 research centers, and a zoo.


From African art, through a museum dedicated to space, to a museum of the Holocaust, this insistence will have something to capture your attention. The Natural History Museum stands out as well, as it places special emphasis on plant and animal species from the Ice Age.


Nashville built a good part of its reputation with the help of music, and over time it became Music City USA. If you feel guilty because of visiting many interesting cafes you can visit The Hermitage, the house where President Andrew Jackson lived before the war. In the wider city center, across from Vanderbilt University in Centennial Park, is The Parthenon, a replica of the original Parthenon in Athens. Inside you will see a statue of Athens and a museum with 63 paintings by American authors from the 19th and 20th centuries.

While you’re still in TN

It’s highly recommended that you head over to Gatlinburg, as this area of Tennessee has a plethora of fun things to do and see. Trip advisors from this area over at https://www.vacationsmadeeasy.com/GatlinburgPigeonForgeAreaTN/activity/ advise you not to miss out on plenty of opportunities to have fun in the Great Smoky Mountains. Whether you choose to visit the gorgeous downtown Gatlinburg or, if you are a Dolly Parton fan – to go to the theme park at Dollywood, there’s no question that you’re going to have fun.

Hoover Dam – Las Vegas

If you want to visit the Hoover Dam and the Grand Canyon of Colorado, the recommendation is to do it by flying a helicopter! If you do opt for flying, you will have the opportunity to see Lake Mead from a great height, ensuring that you enjoy the magical view!

The Grand canyon

The Grand Canyon is a stunning sight in the United States, and one of the main features of the nature of this country. The canyon belongs to the Colorado River, it is famous for its stepped rocks, various colors, and the vast expanse that entices to be explored. If you dare to set out to conquer the Grand Canyon, be sure to bring your form to a decent level so that this unique natural monument would not easily overwhelm you.

The famous Bellagio fountains

The fountains in front of the Bellagio Hotel are the pride of Las Vegas, not to mention all the casinos and the glittering splendor of the entire city.

Valley of fire

Valley of Fire, Nevada is located in the Mojave Desert not far from Las Vegas. It owes its name to a complex of red rock formations that were formed thanks to intense erosion over many years. Also, from a certain angle when you look at these arcs illuminated by the sun, you will feel that they are really on fire.


The valley quite often attracts various people from the film industry as it offers some ethereal sights. In addition to the numerous cowboy films shot at this location, even science fiction films like Transformers find inspiration in this unique natural setting.

Theodore Roosevelt National Park, North Dakota

This national park in North Dakota is named after the former American president, Theodore Roosevelt, who once hunted bison in this territory. Bison has remained one of the main inhabitants of the park, which in addition to them brings together many other plant and animal species, various species of birds, amphibians, and reptiles.


Hollywood – Los Angeles

Film lovers know that Hollywood is the part of Los Angeles that most actors, directors, and all those who want to prove themselves or enjoy the seventh art dream about. Hollywood hosts Oscars and hosts popular production companies such as 20th Century Fox, Paramount Pictures, Sony Pictures Entertainment, Warner Bros Entertainment, and many others. 


Wandering through LA, don't be surprised if you come across some of the popular actors who spend time here. The Hollywood Walk of Fame is a well-known path that all celebrities walked and where their names are permanently preserved as people who have contributed a lot to the music, film, and theater industries. The trip advisor recommends a seven-and-a-half-hour tour that includes a tour of the entire city. 

Glaciers in Alaska

If you want to cool off a bit, you should make sure that you head to Alaska. Alaska was bought from Russia in 1867, along with all the natural beauties, oil fields, and what we are increasingly losing from year to year. If you were going to vacation here what is the best place to visit in Alaska. 


Glaciers are the first targets of climate change and global warming. Disturbing scenes of huge icebergs irrevocably rubbing into the sea confirm that our planet is warmer than it used to be.

More than 100,000 glaciers in Alaska share the same fate. Do yourself a favor and visit these ice giants while they still exist.

Mount Rushmore – South Dakota

Mount Rushmore is one of the most famous attractions in the United States.

It is a mountain in which the figures of four US presidents are carved. The idea to create such a work came from the sculptor Gutzon Borglum as part of the celebration of the 150th anniversary of US independence.



It's impossible to list all the top destinations to see if you decide to visit America. The Kennedy Space Center, located in Florida, is one of the many locations NASA has opened to visitors and the only one from which you can watch the rocket launch into space, the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, The Institute of Art in Chicago, the Brooklyn Bridge, the Golden Gate in San Francisco, the most photographed bridge in the world, Disney World, Yellowstone National Park, Super Bowl, St. Louis Blues Museum, etc. whatever you decide to visit it will be an unforgettable journey. 


Maybe it is the best option to end your trip by visiting Hawaii. Honolulu provides a complete visitor experience. From historic sites, through a museum dedicated to Pearl Harbor to shopping malls, in a relatively small space, it provides a variety of entertainment for visitors. 


All of that being said – one thing is certain, and that is that America was and remains one of the most sought-after destinations for tourism.

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