We already done an article about top 10 places to visit in India. Right now we will bring you to go to USA. There are plenty of diverse attractions and cities in the United States so it becomes hard to narrow down the top 10 places to visit in the USA. Considering the fact that the US is among the world’s largest and most diverse countries, it boasts a remarkable amount of places to visit ranging from natural wonders to skyscrapers to sunny beaches and more.
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10. Verde Valley
The Verde Valley has become the go-to destination in Arizona, and not just among tourists who are fans of crystal Sedona and spa fans. Towns in the valley, such as Cottonwood and Jerome long attracted visitors because of the art, good food and mining lore they offer, and the region itself is quite beautiful, with red rocks at the edges of the green canyons.
9. Twin Cities
It might be true that the little town of Lake Wobegon has been forgotten over the years, but Minneapolis and St Paul, the twin cities, have not suffered a similar fate. Minneapolis is frequently called the best bike city in the United States and that point is proven by the new bike lanes that are a part of the Nice Ride bike-share system.
8. San Juan Islands
San Juan Islands are quite the dreamy islands. The Northwest of the islands are really un-Pacific, since the sun keeps shining for almost 250 days of the year. Fresh food, especially artichokes and marionberries, can be easily found at the local farmers markets, while there are also seafood plates of freshly caught salmon, oysters and razor clams. The beaches are also worth exploring and the scenery is enjoyable.
Philadelphia has become known as an art capital in the United States. Although Philadelphia is home to the Philadelphia Museum of Art, which is well-known all over the world, it is not merely about the big museums. Even the Fishtown and Northern Liberties neighborhoods have transformed into art hubs. New venues have also boosted Philly’s gallery, such as the Icebook, which has garnered attention internationally.
6. Northern Maine
Maine almost has everything that the Rockies do, such as epic hiking, Moose, and white water rafting. Maine is not just about lighthouses, lobster rolls and rocky shorelines. The woodsy interior ensures that visitors have an adventure in the wilderness. Atop Mt Katahdin lies the Appalachian Trail, with Moosehead Lake nearby, and Aroostook is to the north, which are also destinations that are offer canoeing and rafting opportunities.
Lying on the Ohio River, Louisville has gained a reputation for being a lively and offbeat cultural mecca. Converted warehouses are featured at the East Market District, which is another name for New Louisville, which are now used as antique shops, the coolest restaurants in the city, and local breweries. A trip of bars and shops can also be found in the Highlands.
4. Glacier National Park
Glacier National Park is among the most pristine, remote and wildest national parks in the country, a favorite of those who have been there. Its glacier-sculpted horns and jagged ridges blanketed with snow hover dramatically over aquamarine lakes and wildflower-covered meadows. Most visitors venture beyond the Going-to-the-Sun Road so they can easily escape the crowds. Since the 25 glaciers in the park are already melting, it is best to visit there soon.
If you have never seen the aurora borealis, then Fairbanks is where you should be. On the ground, traditional Athabascan cuisine can be sampled by eager foodies at Taste of Alaska. There is also Great Fairbanks Pub Paddle, if you want experience a pub crawl on a Kayak. It is also possible to visit the Arctic National Park‘s 800-sq-mile Gates in an air taxi.
2. Eastern Sierra
The Eastern Sierra is the secret California dream that lies just beyond Yosemite. While there are plenty of attractions on the flank of the Sierra Nevada Range, the region is rarely crowded. Simply the picturesque US Route 395 needs to be followed since wonders like the Devils Postpile National Monument, the Gold Rush ghost town and the Travertine hot spring are connected to each other by it.
1. American Samoa
Very few tourists know that if they have a US passport they can get to a South Pacific paradise right within US territory. Somewhat like Hawaii, visitors are rewarded with some of the most stunning and untouched beauty of a national park and the Pacific in the American Samoa. There are fishing villages, remarkable beaches and waterfalls near the lovely Tutila.
In a country as vast as the United States, certainly the above top 10 places to visit in the USA are not the only destinations that are worth missing. However, for anyone who is short on time, visiting at least the above places is a must.