6 Places to Make Sure You Visit in USA

By on March 21, 2015

Sometimes you just need to pack up and get out of town. Fortunately for us, this great nation of ours is home to some pretty amazing travel destinations. Spending your next vacation on American soil does not mean sacrificing stunning scenery or opportunities for adventure. The following are just a handful of breathtaking spots, located right here in the United States, to add to your getaway list.

Mackinac Island, Michigan

Mackinac Island, Michigan

Minutes away from the Canadian border, this Northern Michigan island is one of a kind; the word “unique” doesn’t do it justice. There are no cars allowed, so pack your walking shoes. Bikes, horses, and fudge are the language of Mackinac. Enjoy lunch and a tour of The Grand Hotel, built in 1887. A truly magnificent place to behold, you won’t leave disappointed.

Nashville, Tennessee

Nashville, Tennessee

Music City, USA has been the recipient of plenty of free and positive press in recent years. The “home of country music” bursts with small city charm and hospitality. The perfect pick for a long weekend away, Nashville is home to a booming restaurant scene and countless lively honky tonks.

Outer Banks, North Carolina

Outer Banks, North Carolina

If it’s the ocean that is calling your name, you can’t go wrong visiting any, or all, of the beaches that make up the Outer Banks of North Carolina. With their glistening shores and breathtaking terrain, you’ll never want to return home. Enjoy a sport fishing trip or watch the wild horses roam across Ocracoke Island.

Austin, Texas

Austin, Texas

If it’s a city getaway you’re looking for, Austin is sure to impress. Home to the capital of the lonestar state, Austin has it all: food, music, and entertainment galore. While visitors of all ages will enjoy their time in Austin, the night life for those ages 21-30 is especially exciting. If you are looking for a fun time, check out 6th Street in Austin. There you will find a variety of fun places to eat, drink and meet people.

Boston, Massachusetts

Boston, Massachusetts

Moving much further up the map, the city of Boston boasts centuries of rich history and a wide array of exciting activities. New England’s largest city feels much smaller when you visit. On top of the many food and entertainment options Boston has to offer, you can’t visit without taking in at least one sporting event. For the history buffs, take some time to walk the Freedom Trail, soaking in the many historical sites of Boston. If you get hungry whole visiting the sites, stop by Mike’s Pastry on Hanover Street. This fun bakery is located on the Freedom Trail and is known for its delicious cannolis. As well for short stay accommodation in Boston, you can browse Boston Holiday rentals here.

San Francisco, California

San Francisco, California

Rounding out the list is California’s most beautiful city, San Francisco. The historic “city by the bay” offers all the culture you’d expect from a world class destination, plus some of the most beautiful views this country has to offer. For a genuine taste of San Franciscon sightseeing, contact one of many companies offering San Franciscon sightseeing tours. Make sure you stop by Golden Gate Bridge, an icon of the city. You may also want to get a tour of Alcatraz, a prison that housed people as famous as Al Capone. Other fun things to do in San Francisco include the Walt Disney Family Museum and the Marin Headlands.

Each of these cities and towns offer their own brand of fun but travelers can’t go wrong with any of the choices. Decide what type experience you are looking for and enjoy the journey.

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