25 Best U.S. Cities To See Before You Die.
The United States has tons to offer travelers like luscious forests full of redwood trees in the northwestern coast of California and Southwest Oregon. Then there's the captivating shores and reefs of the coastlines in southern Florida and the eastern states as well as the bustling cities with gorgeous skylines such as New York City, Seattle, and Chicago. Or how about the enchanting landscape of the Four Corners where Colorado, Arizona, Utah, and New Mexico meet? So, if you’re sitting at home making a bucket list of places to visit, make sure to add these great spots to your list. These destinations might inspire you to grab your keys, get in your car and go on a road trip to explore these awesome locations right now!
#1. Maui, Hawaii
If a chaotic city isn’t your thing, then perhaps Maui’s tropical environment will help you to relax. You can waste the day looking at the gorgeous parks or beautiful beaches. Lay on Kaihalulu’s sands or drive through the Hana Highway and enjoy the tropical scenery and when you get hungry, this Hawaiian island has more than enough seafood samplings to satiate your taste buds and stomach.
#2. San Francisco, California
If you’re looking for diversity, wondrous sights, and tons of hipsters then visit San Francisco. Pay a visit to iconic locations like the Golden Gate Bridge, travel across the city on a cable car, or take a tour of Alcatraz. But if the hustle of the city gets to you then escape to the quiet Muir Woods where all you’ll find are towering trees and peace and quiet.
#3. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Philadelphia is known as the city of brotherly love and also the seed of American democracy. It’s the only city named as a World Heritage city by UNESCO. Plus, there are some pretty awesome historic locales like Independence Hall, Liberty Bell, and the Reading Terminal Market. But don’t you dare leave without trying an actual mouthwatering Philly cheesesteak.
#4. Memphis, Tennessee
Memphis has plenty of music, art, history and culinary delights to offer you. There’s nothing like good Southern food and hospitality to feed your soul. While you’re at it, why not enjoy the city’s Blues music scene at Beale Street? Remember that Elvis Presley’s home, Graceland, is here. You can also visit the Museum of Civil Rights. If you time it right, you could get some delicious barbeque during the Memphis in May International Festival.
#5. New York City, New York
New York City offers a lot more than crowded sidewalks and the hustle and bustle of a big city. There are tons of landmarks like the Brooklyn Bridge, Statue of Liberty, the Empire State Building, and Times Square. And you can’t leave New York City without taking a stroll through Central Park or shopping on 5th Avenue or Madison Street. It’s every shopper and traveler’s dream come true.
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