Top 11 Best Places to Visit in the USA Ranked 

New York

New York lives up to its American legend. Diverse art, fashion, finance, music, and gastronomy make New York a world center. 

San Francisco, CA

Take in stunning bay views at Golden Gate Park, wander the alleyways of the country's largest and oldest Chinese neighborhood, honor LGBTIQ+ heroes in the Castro.

National Mall in Washington, DC

Washington DC's National Mall is the heart of American politics and culture, with two miles of prominent monuments and museums. 

New England

Want to hike through lush forests, eat lobster, and see the seaside in one trip? You should visit New England. Walk around Cape Cod's picturesque villages and cranberry bogs.

Pacific Coast Highway

Pacific Coast Highway, actually three freeways, connects sunny San Diego to dark Seattle, offering dramatic West Coast adventures across 1600 miles.

New Orleans, Louisiana

Nowhere is like New Orleans, we promise. This city has a mystique that draws people back with its mix of Indigenous, Caribbean, African, French, and Spanish influences. 

Santa Fe, New Mexico

Santa Fe, the “City Different,” is steeped in American history but modern. A mix of Indigenous, Spanish, and Mexican influences, this city has many historical sites.

Chicago, Illinoi

Chicago has fantastic food, diversified neighborhoods, and top museums, but with a midwestern touch. Relax on Lake Michigan, watch a Cubs game at Wrigley Field, or laugh at Second City, home to Stephen Colbert and Tina Fey.

Rocky Mountains, Colorado

You should start with the Colorado Rockies to see the classic American West mountains. Rocky Mountains National Park is a good starting point, but there are many other ways to see this dynamic mountain range.

Blue Ridge Mountains, North Carolina and Virginia

Despite its fame, the Rockies are a must-see. The lush forests around the southern portion of the Appalachian mountain system, the Blue Ridge Mountains, provide stunning blue-green views from their many peaks and balds.

Glacier National Park

Montana's national park is known for its glaciers, but its 700 lakes, two mountain ranges, and many waterfalls are also stunning. 

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