Tourism in USA

See America!  From bustling cities to exhilarating national parks to abundant cultural experiences, read here about places to explore in the United States.

  • New York, New York

    The epicenter of American culture, style and business, New York’s lights shine brightly on its abundant landmarks, skyscrapers, and vibrant neighborhoods.  Take in a show on Broadway, visit some of the world’s best museums, shop in its fashion-forward boutiques and stores, or just relax and enjoy the vibe of Central Park. Click here for more information.

  • San Francisco, California

    The “City by the Bay” is beautiful to behold and a pleasure to explore. Enjoy the multi-cultural vibe in this iconic California city and savor its many architectural styles. Take a boat ride to see the Golden Gate Bridge and a view of the city you will never forget. Excellent restaurants, great museums and an attitude and style all its own make San Francisco a must-visit.Click here for more information.

  • Near San Francisco

    Complete your visit to Northern California with a short escape to stunning Yosemite National Park or consider an overnight spa experience in serene Sonoma County. Day trips from San Francisco include visits to the primeval forests of Muir Woods National Monument or the aquatic wonder of Monterey Bay Aquarium.

  • Los Angeles, California

    The capital of the USA’s television, film and pop culture industry, Los Angeles is about glamour and image, but it’s also about much more. Visit Paramount Picture Studios or Warner Brothers Studios for a look behind the scenes in Hollywood. Shop on chic Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills. But save time for two cultural gems: the Los Angeles Museum of Art and the Getty Center. And don’t forget a walk on the beach and a visit to Santa Monica Pier. Click here for more information.

  • Orlando, Florida

    You are never too old to enjoy Florida’s world famous theme parks. Thrill to rides and attractions in Walt Disney World, Universal Orlando, SeaWorld Orlando and LegoLand Florida. Click here for more information.

  • Chicago, Illinois

    Chicago, the “Windy City,” rises to great heights soaring high above Lake Michigan. Check out the views from the top of the Willis Tower. America’s 19th century city of industry has grown into a world-class destination for shopping, especially along the city’s Magnificent Mile, and culture, like the Art Institute of Chicago and the Field Museum. Enjoy a great meal, or in warm months, take in a baseball game at historic Wrigley Field. Click here for more information.

  • America’s West/Rocky Mountains

    Soar to great heights among mountains reaching 4,000 meters in America’s West. Summer visitors hike and climb their way to the top of majestic Rocky Mountain peaks to experience nature at its finest. Consider a visit to Rocky Mountain National Park, near Denver, or travel to America’s most famous natural wonderland: Yellowstone National Park. In the winter, hit the ski slopes in resorts like Aspen, Vail and Park City. Click here for more information.

  • New Orleans, Louisana

    With music in its soul, and mysticism around every corner, New Orleans offers visitors a feast for the senses. See European-style architecture in the French Quarter and the Garden District. Hear jazz, blues, rock and roll and Zydeco throughout the city. And save room for a great meal, perhaps a creole creation, in one of America’s top dining destinations. Click here for more information.

  • Houston, Texas

    Everything is bigger in Texas… and Houston is Texas’s biggest metropolis. Under the towering headquarters of energy industry giants, experience the city’s grassy parks, thriving art scene and great restaurants. Take in a baseball game at the famous Astrodome or discover more about space exploration at NASA. For dedicated shopping enthusiasts, no trip to Houston is complete without a visit to the Galleria. Click here for more information.

  • Boston, Massachusetts

    Steeped in American history, Boston is old by US standards, but certainly not boring. Visit historic sites like Faneuil Hall and the Freedom Trail, but save plenty of time for more contemporary places like the Museum of Fine Arts and Boston Common. The Boston area is also home to some of America’s finest universities including Harvard, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston University and Tufts. Click here for more information.

  • Outside Boston

    Summer excursions from Boston include popular beach resorts on Cape Cod, Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket. In the fall, check out New England’s colorful leaves and country living in Vermont. Visit Maine for great views and delicious lobster dinners.