The below is hardly an exhaustive list of cities in the United States. These are just some of the most popular destinations for travelers, both from the USA and abroad.
Birthplace of the nation, Boston is the heart of colonial America. It’s also famous for its sports teams—Red Sox, Patriots, Celtics, and Bruins.
Midwest Metropolis Chicago is legendary for so many reasons. We’re fond of the food, from deep-dish pizza and Chicago-style hot dogs to Michelin-starred restaurants.
You don’t need me to tell you what Vegas is famous for. *wink
West Coast glitz and glamour, but also a sun-drenched restlessness. We love the views from the Griffith Observatory and the Hollywood Sign.
So nice, they named it twice. But it also has five other names: Brooklyn, Bronx, Manhattan, Queens, and Staten Island. So much to explore in the city that never snores…
Pulled up on the Disney bootstraps, Magic City is a likely destination for anyone with kids of a certain age.
Practically equidistant from Washington, DC, and New York, Philadelphia shines the light on itself. Like Boston, sacred colonial history was made here, making it a favorite stop for history buffs.