The sheer scale of the United States of America, including both overall landmass and the huge diversity between the 50 states stretching from the Atlantic to Pacific coasts, means it offers a wealth of experience and adventure to any visitor. The bigger cities - Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Miami, New Orleans, New York, Philadelphia, San Francisco and Seattle - are all superb destinations.
They offer a plethora of delights, from huge skyscrapers to big sports stadiums, an apparently endless choice of bars and restaurants, and some of the world’s best museums and galleries. The U.S. has many world-famous attractions and monuments including the White House, Disneyland, Time Square, The Statue of Liberty, the Vegas strip, Broadway, Hollywood Boulevard, the Golden Gate Bridge and the Empire State Building.
If you want to get away into the great outdoors there is even more to see, from the Appalachian ranges to the Great Smoky Mountains; the mighty Rockies, the Everglades of Florida, and the Grand Canyon, to the Great Lakes, the Mississippi River or breathtaking Niagara Falls, Yellowstone and Yosemite National Park, and the huge wilderness of Alaska… Then there are the vast open rolling plains within states such as Kansas and Texas to discover…the list seems endless.