Places To Visit in United States of America

Here are the top 100 tourist places in United States of America

1. New York City

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An iconic global centre that has inspired the world with its brilliant architecture, movies, and art. Also known as the Big Apple, New York is well-known for its magnificent skyscrapers, Broadway shows and beautiful landmarks, making it the perfect destination for travellers from all over.

Best Time: Throughout the year

2. Las Vegas

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Las Vegas - a place that brings neon signboards, iconic hotels and the legendary casinos to our minds. For the ultimate, no-limits entertainment trip, there is hardly any place in the world that comes close to Vegas. The city's bright skyline, the super luxury hotels and resorts, the world-famous ca...

Best Time: September to November (Autumn)

3. Los Angeles

3.6 /5

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Los Angeles is the hub of all activities on the famous West Coast of the United States. It is the second-largest city in the country, and one of the US's prime tourist cities. Home to the world-famous Hollywood entertainment industry, Los Angeles has become a huge tourist destination. It is a great ...

Best Time: September to November (Autumn)

4. San Francisco

4.1 /5

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San Francisco is one of the most important cities on the West Coast and all of the United States. It has been a major tourist destination since the 1960s, thanks to its wide array of attractions, the iconic Golden Gate Bridge fantastic views of the San Francisco Bay and brilliant summer weather...

Best Time: September to November (Autumn)

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5. San Diego

4.9 /5

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Home to serene white-sand beaches, San Diego is popularly called 'America's Finest City'. San Diego is the second-largest city in California, while it ranks no. 8 in the list of the largest cities in the United States. With incredible weather conditions throughout the year and over 60 beaches, the s...

Best Time: March to May, September to November

6. Miami

4.6 /5

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Miami is a seaport city famous for its beaches and nightlife. This vibrant town is also referred to as the 'Cruise Capital of the World' with cruise ships from all over docking at Port Miami. Many large companies and corporate houses have its headquarters in Miami making&nbs...

Best Time: March to May

7. Washington

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The Capital of United States, Washington, DC is a legatee of neoclassic beauty. A city which is not only famous for its museums and monuments, but also for the cultural style it embosses with its nightlife, performing art venues and trendy shops.

Best Time: September to November, March to May

8. Yellowstone National Park

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Located across 3 states, the Yellowstone National Park is one of the most popular National Parks in North America and also the world. The UNESCO World Heritage Site is known mostly for it's several thousand geothermal features, stunning views and the vast array of flora and fauna which are found her...

Best Time: September to November

9. Seattle

4.5 /5

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Seattle is the largest city in both the state of Washington and the Pacific Northwest region of North America. The city has thousands of acres worth of green spaces and parks, making the city a perfect mix of a concrete jungle and beautiful greenery. Seattle is the third-largest port in North Americ...

Best Time: September to November

10. Puerto Rico

4.6 /5

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Puerto Rico is undoubtedly one of the most enchanting places with the beautiful Caribbean beaches, the amazing island landscapes, the underwater experiences, and the rich Caribbean culture. Though Puerto Rico is technically a territory of the United States, the atmosphere of the Caribbean is ab...

Best Time: April to June

11. Chicago

4.7 /5

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Third largest city in the United States, Chicago is a metropolitan situated in the state Illinois. Beautified with the outlining freshwater Lake Michigan, the Windy City is known for its diverse and lively neighbourhoods.

Best Time: April to May, September to October

12. Honolulu

4.9 /5

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Hawaii's capital, Honolulu, is the most vibrant city of Oahu, with most of the population of the state living here. The city is a hub of historic landmarks, popular shopping centres, arts and cultures scenes. It's also a major hub for international business and military defence. Famou...

Best Time: April to June, September to November

13. Boston

4.5 /5

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Boston is the largest city in Massachusetts, the testifier of the American Revolution and an international hub for education. Boston takes pride in its rich history and is counted as one of the oldest cities in America. Popularly known as "Beantown", the name that's originated from Boston baked...

Best Time: April to May, October to November

14. Dallas

4.0 /5

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Thriving in the arts and culture department, Dallas is the new hipster hub with its many arts districts and museums. The city has a bitter brush-in with history by being the city where John F. Kennedy was assassinated in 1963 and the site is memorialized at the Dealey Plaza with the exact ...

Best Time: February to March and September to October

15. Orlando

4.7 /5

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Orlando welcomes more than 52 million visitors every year and that's enough to define its popularity all over the world. The star of Orlando is the famous Walt Disney World, which is situated 18 miles south in Lake Buena Vista. The County seat of Orange County, Orlando is known as 'the Theme Pa...

Best Time: January to April

16. Baltimore

4.1 /5

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Maryland's Largest City Baltimore is the 30th most populous city in the US which is also the largest independent city. Earlier crowned as a city with high crime rates, Baltimore has now emerged as a city rich in history and culture. Lying just 40 miles away from Washington, there's a lot t...

Best Time: June to August

17. Maui

4.2 /5

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Polynesian heritage mixed with the modern American lifestyle is what makes Maui a beautiful Hawaiian island.  Maui, the second-largest of the Hawaiian islands is a popular tourist destination, mostly among North Americans. Its called the 'Valley Isle' as it sits between the east and the west vo...

Best Time: Throughout the year

18. Charleston

3.9 /5

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Cobblestone streets, horse-drawn carriages, and centuries-old mansions- Charleston owns all the props for a classic vintage picture. This port city's beauty shuffles different shades throughout the year, making Charleston a destination with a unique mesmerizing allure every time you visit here.

Best Time: March to May, September to November

19. US Virgin Islands

3.8 /5

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The US Virgin Islands or USVI, are a group of islands in the Caribbean. The islands are geographically part of the Virgin Islands archipelago and are located in the Leeward Islands of the Lesser Antilles. The USVI consist of the main islands of Saint Croix, Saint John, and Saint Thomas, and many oth...

Best Time: April to June, December to March

20. Newark

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Newark is a major city in the state of New Jersey, and one of the oldest cities of colonial times. It is a cultural wonderland, home to the New Jersey Performing Arts Centre that hosts some of the nation's greatest theater pieces. You can also find an extensive range of stunning American art, as wel...

Best Time: March to July

21. Houston

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Houston is the fourth largest city of the USA, a grand, cosmopolitan city in the state of Texas. It is famous worldwide for being home to the Space Center Houston, the visitor center for the Johnson Space Centre, one of NASA's astronaut training and flight control complexes. The Houston Zoo, with ov...

Best Time: November to February

22. Fort Lauderdale

4.5 /5

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Synonymous with American Spring Break, Fort Lauderdale is the south-eastern coastal city of Florida, lined with beaches, clubs, bars, restaurants and all kinds of recreational facilities one can dream of. Apart from one of the most coveted nightlifes in the world, the city is also home to an intrica...

Best Time: December to May

23. Dallas-Fort Worth

3.3 /5

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The Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex is a grand encompassment of 13 counties in North Texas, serving as the cultural and economic hub of the area, as well as the largest metropolitan area of the mainland of the United States. An international powerhouse, the area is steeped in American history, most famo...

Best Time: March to May and September to October

24. Albany

2.5 /5

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The capital city of New York state, Albany boasts of a reputation as the cultural and economic core. Its landscape is decidedly urban and spotted by remnants of its history as a Dutch and British settlement. Albany’s land is tempered with the waters of the famous Hudson River, making it a long opera...

25. Lansing

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The capital city of Michigan, Lansing exists on a cross-section of two rivers- the Grand and the Red Cedar River in the Lower Peninsula of the state. A historian’s visit to Michigan is incomplete without a stop at the capital city. Lansing boasts a reputation of being politically vital, with several...

26. Harrisburg

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Much like the state it belongs to, Harrisburg is a destination firmly rooted in history, featuring several sites and landmarks holding cultural significance to Americans. Harrisburg is usually a couple days' stop in any tourist visit to Pennsylvania state with a timeless feel enveloping its old buil...

27. Philadelphia

3.0 /5

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The city of Philadelphia is a national treasure, its momentousness as a historic city is central to the United States. Philadelphia is home to many firsts in the country, with every advancement in the region being traced back to this historic city. Philadelphia welcomes the first library, medical sc...

28. Frankfort

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The capital of Kentucky, Frankfort, lies on the banks of the Kentucky River and boasts some of the most beautiful buildings in the country. It is the birthplace of the famous Kentucky Bourbon Ball, a smooth and delicious candy and is home to important museums, cemeteries and mansions.

29. Baton Rouge

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Named after two Native American tribes, Baton Rouge is the capital city of lively Louisiana. The city certainly possesses the classical southern charm of its home state but is also home to several historic attractions and enjoyable activities. The state symbol is definitively the USS Kidd, an Americ...

30. Augusta

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The capital city of Maine is one of the least populated city capitals in the country but not without its classical Maine charm, heavy forestry and location that is an hour away from Portland. August is defined by the Kennebec River with the water body cutting through the city.

31. Annapolis

1.5 /5

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Overlooking the very heartbeat of the state of Maryland- the Chesapeake Bay- the city of Annapolis certainly stands as its definitive guardian. This city is known for its exclusive views of the charming bay and historic buildings that lend it its iconic status. As the state capital, Annapolis is the...

32. Denver

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The city which claims to be the birthplace of the legendary cheeseburger, Denver is a rapidly growing destination with 300 days of sunshine in a year. Sandwiched between the Rocky Mountains and the Great Plains, the city is home to breathtaking views. Getting around Denver is a hassle-free expe...

33. Hartford

1.5 /5

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Hartford is a city that often sets itself apart from its other Eastern Coast counterparts. Connecticut's trademark theatricals and appeal are saturated in this city that is often seen as a book lover's haven for its two famous attractions - the Mark Twain and Harriet Beecher Stowe houses. A truly hi...

34. Boise

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The city of Boise is the capital of the enigmatic state of Idaho and markets itself as a natural haven and welcoming urban retreat. Home to the only human rights memorial in the United States- the Anne Frank Memorial- the city of Boise is known for its sparse highrise buildings, stunning fall foliag...

35. Lincoln

1.5 /5

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The city of Lincoln lies in the heart of Nebraska and is defined strongly for its exuberant urban culture and outdoor recreational areas. This city is known for its Kite Festival, hiking trails lined with wildflowers and clam chowder.  Tourists visit Lincoln as a retreat of all sorts,...

36. Helena

3.4 /5

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Helena is known as the “Queen City of the Rockies” and that moniker remains with the city. The capital still maintains the same charm as it did during the Gold Rush of the 1800s. Helena’s history and culture ring through every street. Visit Reeder’s Alley, a brick complex built for miners in the 180...

37. Santa Cruz

4.2 /5

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Located just 70 miles south of San Francisco and filled with sandy beaches and redwood mountains, Santa Cruz is a great laidback destination. The city is a counterculture center and known for its liberal beliefs. Santa Cruz is home to all kinds of people from the University of California students to...

38. Silicon Valley

4.2 /5

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Silicon Valley refers to the area between the city of San Mateo and San Jose and is known for to be home to some of the largest companies in the world. Stanford University, where many startups like Yahoo and Google were formed, is located at Silicon Valley. Visit the Google campus, home to...

39. San Jose

4.2 /5

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San Jose is the cultural and political heart of the Silicon Valley and the oldest Spanish civilian settlement in California. The bustling city is a mingling of the area’s modern tech heritage along with the state’s colonial history. If you want to hit the beaches while visiting the city, the city’s ...

40. Sacramento

2.5 /5

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Sacramento is the capital city of California and situated between two huge rivers. Established in 1849, the oldest incorporated city in the state is an oasis of leafy and shady trees. Nature-lovers should check out the Sacramento National Wildlife Sanctuary. Old Sacramento is a huge hit for the...

41. Big Sur

4.3 /5

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Big Sur is a mountainous area on the Central California Coast. Located in the Santa Lucia Mountains, the Big Sur is known for its drastic views. Named by Spanish settlers, the area was first known as the “Big Country of the South” which was later shortened to just Big Sur or the Big South. The drama...

42. Monterey

3.8 /5

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Monterey is a coastal city located in the midst of rocky Central California. Originally, it was the capital city of California, and that’s why it’s home to the older buildings in the state. It is home to California’s first theater, public building, public library, public school, printing press, and ...

FAQs on United States of America

What is the currency of United States of America?

US dollar is the official currency of the country and only currency that is accepted. The bills are in the denomination of 1, 5, 10, 20, 50, and 100. Most of the major credit cards such as MasterCard, Visa, American Express, and Diners Club are widely accepted. In fact, it is recommended to carry at least one major credit card as it is often requested for pre-payment or a credit card imprint hotel room booking or car hire, even if it is not the final payment mode.

What is the history of United States of America?

In 1492, after the arrival of Christopher Columbus in North America, the country saw the impression of European settlers including English, French and Dutch. They cross the Atlantic and colonized the Eastern Seaboard by the 17th century. The colonial rule ended in 1853 after the American War of Independence (1775_1783), which saw the boundaries set for the mainland United States except for Alaska. Soon started the attempts to end slavery through economic activities, which were strongly opposed. In 18621, Lincoln was elected as president that resulted in the American Civil War as the southern States splintered from the Union. The country after rigorous fighting of four years with more powerful Union forces consolidated giving rise to an industrial economy. With the development of foreign policy during mid and late 19th century came the development of foreign policy that saw the establishment of formal links with the old colonial powers. The emergence of the USA as a global power was signalled with the intervention of US in Europe in 1917. Finally, USA emerged as the worldÍs leading economy motivated by its free-market economics and innovative production methods. The development of nuclear weapons in the USA came into scene by the end of World War 2 along with the superpower conflict that was the major issue of late 20th century.

What is unique about culture of United States of America?

The culture of America is an assortment of many cultures from around the world owing to the migrant population in the country. The current American society comprises of people from various ethnicity and cultural background coming from all around the globe including Britain, Africa, Asia, Italy, Ireland, Eastern Europe and Spain. The concept of individuality and independence forms a prominent part of the society. Other major factors that sum up the American culture include informality, equality and directness. English is the main language of the country with significant percentage of Spanish speaking minority of about 10.7 %. Otherwise, one might get to hear many other language of the world such as French, Greek, German, Hindi and many more. Christianity (Protestant 51.3%) is the dominant religion in the USA with great tolerance towards other religions as well.

How is United States of America divided into regions?

The Unites States is divided into four regions each with a sub-division namely: Northeast (New England, Mid-Atlantic), Midwest (East North Central, West North Central), South (South Atlantic, East South Central, and West South Central) and West region (Mountain, Pacific). Stretching from the Tropic of Cancer to further than the Arctic Circle, this country offers endless list of treasure troves in every direction. Experience the verdant forests, undulating plains, enormous desert, glorious mountains, clean beaches, rolling meadows, impressive rivers, and vast ice fields all packed in one country of overwhelming beauty and confounding diversity.
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