Must visit places in the United States
Over $ 200 billion is spent on tourism in the United States, with over 70 million visitors annually. In essence, the United States attracts millions of tourists that come to discover the country, its culture, its landscapes, and its attractions. Considering its vastness, it is important to know where to visit, but again, its difficult to decide. Here are places you would not want to fail to see on your US tour.
57 million tourists flock there every year (including about 53 million US), making parks the No. 1 tourist destination in the United States. Orlando’s parks feature 4 theme parks and 2 Walt Disney Water Parks, 2 Universal Parks, 1 Kids Park (Legoland®), 2 SeaWorld and Aquatica parks, and even a park on the Old and the New Testament (The Holy Land Experience).
22 million visitors flock there every year, admiring the falls on the Canadian side (Horseshoe Falls), and the American side (American Falls and Bridal Veil Falls). Within reach of wheels, wings or propellers, the Niagara Falls offer a breathtaking spectacle (including the Canadian side), which is well worth the 8 hours of car, or the hour and a half from New York. Tourists, honeymooners, painters who want to work their effect “haze”, admirers of Marilyn Monroe … Everyone will be speechless in front of this show to which the photos make only a pale tribute.
The Florida Keys
Extending from Florida to the southernmost point of the United States, the Keys archipelago groups about 1,700 islands and 42 bridges connect Miami to Key West, in four hours. The ride itself is very nice (unless you stuck behind a van that smokes on the area where the road is narrowed to a lane) and deserves some stops. When you arrive at the end of the United States, you will find something to satisfy all your personalities. Key West complements your culture with its museums, awakens your taste buds with its restaurants, dazzles your masks with its coral reefs, warms your hearts with its romantic spots and gilds all the bodies of its sinking sun.
Volcanoes National Park in Hawaii
Hawaii refers to both the state and the 130 islands of its archipelago as the main island, also known as the “Big Island”. The 6 main islands of Hawaii are all very different, and the Big Island remains the refuge of sportsmen, adventurers and nature lovers. Hawaii, larger than the other islands combined, gracefully combines modernity and history: its reconstructed look from the eruption of the Kilauea volcano of 1974 contrasts with the myths and legends murmured at the street corners, unique to this island that gave birth to the King Kamehameha. The magnificent Hawaii Volcanoes National Park promises sublime natural places, and this world heritage includes 2 volcanoes: Mauna Loa, the highest volcano in the world, and Kilauea, one of the most active. Home to Pele, the Hawaiian goddess of fire and volcanoes, Kilauea is watched very closely by scientists, to prevent the tourists have to fire to the buttocks.
The Golden Gate Bridge
A symbol of the city since 1937, the Golden Gate Bridge straddles the Golden Gate Strait and punctuates the landscape with its typical red-orange color. This wonder of the modern world is based on towers that stand at 230 meters and its 520,000 m3 of concrete hold it firmly and allow 120,000 cars to borrow on a daily basis.