Return to Travel to the United States
Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, many people had to cancel their trips to the United States , some of them already had their travel visas prepared, their hotels booked and their suitcases practically packed.
Unfortunately the world stopped and our dreams were put on hold. Now with the optimism offered by the increase in the rate of vaccination in the United States, we can once again resume our dreams and that trip that we had to cancel, in order to visit the United States the country of opportunities.
The United States is huge, so before you go you have to do good planning at various levels; On the one hand, the budget we have reserved for each thing, the time we have available and the places we want to visit when travel to the United States.
Then our recommendation is that depending on how long you are going to stay there spend some time selecting the places you are going to visit.
In this post we show you some of the most emblematic cities in the United States, so that you always remember your visit there.
The most famous cities in the United States
1. New York
It is the American city that we have seen in so many movies, many of us have dreamed of visiting it, seeing those great bridges, the avenues, getting wet with its rain and seeing the horizon from the Empire State Building.
It is one of the cities in the world that receives more tourists each year, you can visit the most emblematic places there. From the Empire State Building, the Statue of Liberty, the suburbs like Queens or the Bronx.
It is impossible to get bored there and it is also impossible to visit it in less than a week, so if you are going to visit New York we recommend that you plan your stay well so that you do not miss anything.
It is one of the oldest cities in the United States, the city where the country’s revolution took place. It is a totally historical city full of culture. If you want to soak up the centuries that have consolidated American history and culture, this is an essential stop.
Full of museums and emblematic buildings, Boston is one of the cities that will not leave you indifferent. You can visit it in less time than New York, but surely you need at least 2 or 3 days to fully soak up it.
Boston is relatively close to New York, so you can take advantage of the trip to visit both cities.
3. New Orleans
New Orleans is a city with great history, first it was a French colony, then it passed into the hands of Spain to finally return to French hands and be sold to the United States.
We can expect a lot of history behind a city like this, so your visit to New Orleans will certainly not go unnoticed.
If you are thinking of traveling to the United States and want to find corners absolutely full of magic and energy, New Orleans is for you.
New Orleans was one of the largest centers of trade with African slaves and at the same time a place of residence for free groups of color such as Creoles or Caribbean migrants.
New Orleans is a multicultural city with an exquisite gastronomic and musical culture. It was the birthplace of Jazz, so it will not be difficult to find festivals or live music, especially if you visit the French Quarter area, where you will be impressed with its characteristic architecture.
4. San Francisco
So far we have seen cities on the east coast, let’s go to the west coast to find another essential stop if you are going to travel to the United States.
San Francisco, remembered not only for its steep streets and Victorian mansions but also for housing one of the most well-known prisons in the world, Alcatraz.
There you can observe the city from the Golden Gate, the most characteristic bridge in the city or visit the famous Chinatown, the quintessential Chinatown in San Francisco.
Another essential stop is the famous city of Chicago, or the so-called “Windy City”.
In Chicago you will have a series of mandatory visits: The downtown Loop, Millennium Park, The Bean sculpture, the Art Institute and other prestigious museums.
Crown Fountain, is a small square guarded by two towers with led screens where people’s faces appear. Jets of water come out of the mouths of these people every so often, so it is funny and curious.
Cloud Gate, although everyone knows it as “The Bean” (The Jew). Visit the most photographed sculpture in Chicago, seeing it will not leave you indifferent.
And finally, the Chicago theater, at the time it was one of the largest theaters in the country, probably the place where almost all the great stars of the country have passed.
6. Los Angeles.
We could not make this post without mentioning Los Angeles, this is probably one of the best-known cities in the United States. The city of movies, the beach and the heat.
Who has not dreamed of visiting Hollywood ?. Probably the cradle of cinema internationally, where thousands of films have been shot. Of course, you need a few days to fully enjoy and soak up everything Los Angeles has in store for you.
You can walk the Walk of Fame, stroll along its mythical beaches such as Venice Beach or Santa Barbara and see some of the most spectacular mansions in Beverly Hills.