The USA has so many diverse destinations, from coastline to big cities to different cultures. It is so large there are lots of different landmarks to visit, and every State has something to see. You could spend a lifetime exploring famous sights across the pond and you still wouldn’t see it all. From the Hollywood sign to the Statue of Liberty to the Grand Canyon, there is something for everyone.
BEST PLACES TO VISIT
Maui is offering a taste of just about everything the Aloha State has to offer, from impressive wildlife to intriguing history and culture. You can shimmy alongside professional hula dancers, golf along coastal fairways, snorkel alongside five different types of sea turtles or simply lounge along some of the most notable beaches. You can travel along the Road to Hana to experience East Maui's scenic coastline, explore Haleakala –the world's largest dormant volcano – in the Upcountry and explore the former tribal battlegrounds of Central Maui's Iao Valley State Park.
The park features nearly 1,200 square miles of sheer awe: towering waterfalls, millennia-old Sequoia trees, striking, daunting cliff faces and some of the most unique rock formations in the United States. You'll find the park's most famous landmarks such as the Half Dome and El Capitan, and excellent hiking trails through the natural monuments. Start your day a little earlier than usual and Mother Nature's wonders will reveal themselves to you in a miraculous and serene way.
A blend of cosmopolitan luxury, breathtaking scenery and urban appeal awaits you when you visit Honolulu Oahu. You will find a number of cultural and historic sites, from the ornate Iolani Palace to the austere USS Arizona Memorial at the World War II Valor in the Pacific National Monument. Visit the North Shore where you can have a taste of rural Hawaii with the most brilliant blue waters and meandering hikes.
The city is home not only to baseball, but also to America’s first large free municipal public library, the first subway system, the first public school and the first public park. A trip to the city integrates the classic with the contemporary – you can visit cherished sites like the Paul Revere House and Faneuil Hall and modern attractions like the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. The cities cool, cosmopolitan personality characterizes its trendy restaurants, urban parks and modern museums. You'll need more than a few days to experience the city's wealth of cultural and historical offerings, but meandering along Boston's cobblestone streets is a great way to start your exploration.
The consistently sunny weather and magnificent coastline are what draw active types and sun seekers alike to San Diego throughout the year.The mouthwatering Mexican cuisine, thriving nightlife and one of the country's favorite zoos pull people from around the globe. Near the historical Gaslamp Quarter you will find vivacious nightlife.
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