Top US cities to visit

Here is an overview of 10 of the most visited US cities alongside a selection of attractions, dining recommendations and more. We all have our favourites and the ones we'd love to see based on what we've seen on the big screen (other screen sizes are available)!

  1. New York City, NY: The Big Apple

    • Overview: Welcome to the city that famously never sleeps! New York City is a global metropolis known for its iconic skyline, diverse neighborhoods, and vibrant cultural scene. From the bright lights of Times Square to the tranquility of Central Park, the Big Apple has something for every age and interest. Has anyone in the world not heard of it?!

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      • Explore different neighborhoods like SoHo, Greenwich Village, and Harlem.

      • Purchase a MetroCard for convenient access to public transportation.

  2. Los Angeles, CA: The Entertainment Capital

    • Overview: Immerse yourself in the glitz and glamour of Los Angeles, the entertainment capital of the world where you can maximise your chances of spotting a celeb. From Hollywood's Walk of Fame to the stunning beaches, LA offers a blend of celebrity culture and natural beauty in the surrounding countryside.

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      • Hike to the Hollywood Sign (now over 100 years old) for panoramic views of the city

      • Take a scenic drive along Mulholland Drive. Be prepared to twist and wind and keep a close look out for celebs.

  3. Chicago, IL: The Windy City

  4. Houston, TX: The Space City

  5. Phoenix, AZ: The Valley of the Sun

    • Overview:Welcome to Phoenix, the Valley of the Sun, where sunshine and Southwestern charm abound. Explore the natural beauty of the desert, visit cultural attractions, and enjoy outdoor activities under the clear Arizona skies.

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      • Desert Botanical Garden

      • Camelback Mountain named after the sillhouette it makes on the valley skyline. Not for the fainthearted, the trecks and hikes tend to be challenging, if that's what you like.

      • Heard Museum for American Indian art

      • Papago Park for easier trecks with enormous buttes that rise and fall

      • Taliesin West, being Frank Lloyd Wright's winter home and a UNESCO world heritage site

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  6. Philadelphia, PA: The City of Brotherly Love

  7. San Antonio, TX: The Alamo City

    • Overview:Welcome to San Antonio, the Alamo City, where history and vibrant culture come together. Explore the iconic Alamo, stroll along the picturesque River Walk, and embrace the Texan hospitality.

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      • Mi Tierra Café y Panadería for Tex-Mex and pastries

      • The Pearl for upscale dining and boutique shops

      • La Fonda on Main for traditional Mexican dishes. Look out for happy hour!

      • Boudro's on the River Walk for riverside dining

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      • Take a boat tour to cruise along the San Antonio River Walk for a unique perspective

      • Visit the historic Market Square for shopping and cultural events.

  8. San Diego, CA: America's Finest City

  9. Dallas, TX: The Big D

  10. San Jose, CA: The Capital of Silicon Valley