The USA has a variety of possibilities, there are not that many countries in the world that can boast of ...
The USA has a variety of possibilities, there are not that many countries in the world that can boast of so much natural beauty, this includes mountains, beaches, rainforests, deserts, canyons, glaciers along with cities that have much to explore, great music and plenty of other surprises. You can walk, you can ride but one of the best ways to discover this amazing country is definetly on a road trip. It has a total of four million miles of highways that will take you past red-rock deserts, mountain peaks and wheat fields. If you are wondering where to start, a few good suggestions would be the hillsides of the Great Plains, the rainforests of the Pacific Northwest or the country lanes of New England. The many famous big cities of the USA which include LA, Las Vegas, Chicago, Miami, Boston and NYC are all brimming with culture, cuisine and entertainment. The USA truly is a food loving nation, barbecue ribs, smoked brisket, dishes made with organic produce with Asian accents, bagels, lox, pancakes, fried eggs, lobster all come together to create an amazing culinary experience. When it comes to culture, the USA has much to offer. Cities like Chicago and New York are drawing boards for architects of the modern era. The variety of music in this country ranges from jazz, funk, blues, country and rock most of which was invented here. The best time to visit the USA is during the Spring time months of March to July.
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If you’ve got the kids in tow (or you’re a big kid yourself), Orlando is a must when you’re visiting...
With a crop of atmospheric casinos, world-class hotels, a fantastic food scene and plenty of culture to soak up too,...
San Francisco serves up a little bit of everything. This US jewel is famous for attractions including the Golden Gate...
The Big Apple needs no introduction. It holds the nickname “the city that never sleeps”, and it’s easy to see...
If you’re an adventure love, there’s no better way to explore the USA than by cruising down world-famous Route 66....
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If you’ve got the kids in tow (or you’re a big kid yourself), Orlando is a must when you’re visiting the USA. A city in the state of Florida, Orlando is the theme park capital of the world, playing host to world-famous parks including Walt Disney World Resort, Universal Orlando Resort, Seaworld Orlando, LEGOLAND Florida Resort, EPCOT and more – promising hours of fun for all ages. If you want a change of pace, Orlando is also crowned as the Sunshine Coast, so there are plenty of golden beaches to sink your toes into, too. Or perhaps you want to perfect your golf swing? With 170+ world-class courses available, we’re sure you’ll find time to practice.
With a crop of atmospheric casinos, world-class hotels, a fantastic food scene and plenty of culture to soak up too, Las Vegas has entertainment on tap. Arguably the most popular attraction on the Strip, the Bellagio Fountains is a must if you’re visiting Vegas for the first time. This aquatic spectacle erupts every 15 minutes in the evening and makes for the most stunning backdrop. Within the city’s themed resorts you’ll find Caesar’s Palace and The Venetian, both of which are an experience in themselves –with world-class interiors, a Colosseum, Italian-inspired gardens and indoor and outdoor gondolas, between them. Want to admire the city from above? Take a helicopter ride over the Grand Canyon and see a whole different side to Sin City.
San Francisco serves up a little bit of everything. This US jewel is famous for attractions including the Golden Gate Bridge, its bustling Chinatown, and, of course, craft beer and burritos – the county’s quintessential dish. You’ll have no trouble filling up your itinerary while you’re here, with exciting things to do for all ages. Visit Alcatraz Island, where you can take a tour of the former maximum-security prison (home to the early 20th century’s most notorious criminals), nestled in the middle of San Francisco Bay. On a beautiful day (which there are many of here), grab some lunch and sit in Dolores Park, where anyone who is anyone comes to hangout in the sunshine – expect to see BBQs and inflatable chairs dotted across the green! Or if you’ve got the kids with you, why not head over to Pier 39 - a protected bay teeming with playful sea lions.
The Big Apple needs no introduction. It holds the nickname “the city that never sleeps”, and it’s easy to see why. Brimming with everything from fine-art museums, to lively theatres, bustling eateries, killer bars, boutique shops and a medley of atmospheric street vendors – not forgetting the towering skyscraper buildings, of course. Tick off iconic landmarks such as the Empire State and Rockefeller (which is doubly beautiful at Christmas time), admire the Metropolitan Museum of Art, soak up the sights from Brooklyn Bridge, and meander the stunning man-made Central Park, stopping for coffee and cake by the lake. Feeling peckish? You’ll be spoilt for choice in NYC. Street Tacos at Los Tacos No.1 is a must for a taste of Mexico, and you can’t visit the city without grabbing a generous slice of pizza from Paulie Gee’s Slice Shop!
If you’re an adventure love, there’s no better way to explore the USA than by cruising down world-famous Route 66. This “Mother Road” runs through the heart of the country, crossing eight states and 2,400 miles, with an abundance of destinations to stop and explore long the way, from Chicago to Los Angeles and California. Whether you hire a classic car or a vintage VW camper van, you’ll be soaking up the sights in style – and believe us when we say there will be plenty of them. Want to plan your itinerary? Well, you’ll pass your fair share of traditional roadside diners, lush national parks, iconic landmarks, museums, neon-lit signs and much, much more.