Traveling new places and meeting new people opens us up to new ideas. Moreover, travel is fun and good for the soul. The US is a big country and there are plenty of destinations for travelers to visit. It’s full of beautiful places to see that could rightly be placed on anyone’s bucket list. Here is a list of our top travel destination in US.
1. Yellowstone National Park
Nearly four million people visit this park in a year, which is also the first national park of the world. Winter season is the best time to visit Yellowstone National Park. The scenery has its own wintery majesty, when boiling rivers billow with steam, geysers shoot higher and waterfalls turn to curtains of ice. Even the rates lower during this period.
2. US Virgin Islands
This is the best choice for an American tropical gateway. Each of the Islands has their own identity. St John is a lush national park with hikes to secluded beaches and tent cabins amid trees. Hassel Island is popular for kayaking or snorkeling. And it is said that a new visitor center is opening soon on St. Croix.
Chicago has extraordinary art offerings at places, such as Millennium Park and Art Institute, some the best restaurants and world-class festivals, such as Taste of Chicago and Lollapalooza. Hyde Park, the old neighborhood of Obamas’ is seeing more visitors in recent years. Next attraction is the Robie House, which just got listed on the World Heritage Site.
4. Hudson River Valley, New York
For any traveler to New York City visiting the Hudson River Valley is a must if he wants a real city break. Plenty of farm-to-table foodie options, wineries and leafy drives will draw you away from the city life. One of the best spots to stay in Chicago is a renovated 50s cabin complex near Woodstock.
5. Boulder, Colorado
Adventure can be found at every turn in Boulder as locals live with a mad crush on the outdoors. It is one of the most livable cities in US. Cyclists fill the main roads. Along Boulder Creek there is also a bike path. A two-hour hike in the Royal Arch Trail can be both challenging and interesting.
6. Cincinnati, Ohio
Life in Cincinnati centers around the Ohio River. The Kentucky side has the best river walkways. The free Cincinnati Art Museum and 19th-century Victorian townhouses can be reached through the twisting and narrow brick roads of the Mt Adams district. The National Underground Railroad Freedom Center is another important place to visit.
7. California Gold Country
All the mountain love in California is received by Yosemite and Tahoe, there is Gold Country just an hour closer to San Francisco. A fun drive in Hwy 49 passes stops like the artsy town of Nevada City, gold-panning spots, caves, wineries, a tiny gold town called Volcano and Jamestown’s historic train. With Bear Valley for hard-core winter sports and snow parks for kids winter is also a treat.