Ready to book your trip to the United States? Awesome! The US has a huge amount to offer, from culture to history, shopping to nightlife. With so many different and diverse states, the hardest part of planning a trip can simply be narrowing down where you’d like to go.

If this sounds like you, this post will help you narrow down some of your options. Ready? Let’s get started.

Las Vegas

There’s a reason why people young and old are drawn to Las Vegas. Visitors from all over the world descend on the city throughout the year, ready to get crazy and enjoy everything the city has to offer. If it’s your first time visiting, be sure to see Las Vegas on a helicopter tour. This will help you get the lay of the land and understand where the biggest hotels are located on the strip. While you’re there, be sure to see a show. From comedians to singers, incredible aerial athletes to peep show professionals, there are always plenty of different shows to choose from in Vegas. If you love to eat (and who doesn’t), be sure to hit the buffets. There’s nothing better than mid-afternoon feast while you’re recovering from a big night out.



Miami is a great place to be for a number of reasons. Not only is it culturally diverse, but it’s a great mix of beach and city, along with shopping and great nightlife. If you’re planning to hire a car, this will allow you to see more of the surrounding attractions a well. Head south to Key West, visit the Everglades, or take a four-hour trip to Orlando and ride the rollercoasters for a couple of days.


Chicago is relatively underrated for most travellers, who are drawn to both coasts. But as the third largest city in the United States, there’s plenty to see and do here. Spend some time wandering through the numerous museums and art galleries. Grab a friend and head out to Wrigleyville. Take an architectural tour along the river and be wowed by the skyline. And don’t forget to enjoy the deep dish pizza while you’re in town.

San Diego

Most people are underwhelmed by LA. They visit because it’s the thing to do, but it’s hard to be impressed by terrible traffic and expensive attractions. Instead, head to San Diego, which has some of the best weather in the United States, along with delicious Tex Mex, amazing attractions, and beautiful sites. Don’t miss Seal Rock in La Jolla, the tourist shops in Coronado, and Margaritas in Pacific Beach.