Camila Villafañe

By Camila Villafañe

LifeBuzz Staff

25 Best U.S. Cities To See Before You Die.

#6. Grand Canyon, Arizona

Make your trip memorable by visiting the picturesque natural wonder that is the Grand Canyon. The rock formations, the depth and the massive panoramic size of the Grand Canyon will take your breath away because it’s so beautiful. You can either stand at the edge and bask or take a selfie, or you can walk down to the bottom and explore. While you’re at it, why not spend a night or two out there camping?

Grand Canyon, Arizona

#7. Yellowstone National Park

There’s plenty of wilderness to explore and lakes to take dips in at Yellowstone National Park. The vast acres of natural beauty will take your breath away. You can camp out here for a couple of days, ride a bike across a trail or climb one of several treacherous mountains. But don’t leave without visiting the Yellowstone National Park, the Mammoth Hot Springs, or the Old Faithful Geyser.

#8. Savannah, Georgia

Next time you’re in Georgia, stop by Savannah. You’ll feel like you’ve traveled back in time 100 years. Savannah has tons of historic homes and buildings loaded with beauty and history. The Spanish moss growing on the trees makes this city eerie too. But it’s not nearly as eerie as if you take their ghost tours across Mercer Williams house, Colonial Park Cemetery and Bonaventure Cemetery.

#9. Las Vegas, Nevada

Las Vegas has everything you’ll need to satiate your proverbial appetite both subtle and gross. In this city of light, you can go shopping at Caesars Palace Forum Shops, or enjoy a show by the Cirque de Soleil. But there’s a reason it’s called Sin City and that’s because of the high stakes gambling casinos, so why not go and win or lose a couple of Gs at the Bellagio or Caesars Palace? There are tons of casinos, plus there's always something going on in Vegas.

Las Vegas, Nevada


#10. Washington, D.C.

Pay a visit to the nation’s capital, Washington DC, and connect with the country’s historic sites. You can visit the Smithsonian Museum, the National Zoo, and the Washington Monument. But of course, the main reason to come here would be to take a look at the White House. And did you know that you can take a day tour through it, too?

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