Most Beautiful Cities in the U.S.

It can be difficult to choose where to begin when planning your vacation in America. There are so many options for sightseeing in this vast country. Tourists have a wide range of options to choose from in most cities. Some are famous for their glamour and some for their history. We have created a list of top places in America to help you plan your trip.

Washington DC and New York are two completely different experiences along the east coast of America. Tourists love to visit San Francisco and Los Angeles on the west coast. The Grand Canyon is one of the most beautiful creations of nature. Las Vegas, the city that lights up the desert, brings it to life in the southwest. The beaches of Waikiki and the Hawaiian Islands are just a few of the many attractions that amaze visitors from the rest of the country. These are just some of the many wonderful places this country offers.

The Grand Canyon

The Grand Canyon National Park, located in Arizona is one of the most spectacular natural landscapes in the United States. Over 277 miles, the Colorado River cuts through red rock, creating unique landscapes and stunning waterfalls. It also creates beautiful backdrops. It is the largest natural Canyon in the world. It's not called "grand" for nothing.


Chicago is the third-largest US city, but it may be the best when it comes to museums, fine restaurants, and stunning architecture. There are many world-famous landmarks in Chicago, including the Willis Tower, America’s tallest building; the Bean-shaped, highly reflective Cloud Gate at Millennium Park; as well as Millennium Park itself. Chicago is one of the most popular places in America.

Olympic Peninsula

There are many reasons why the Pacific Northwest is so special, including its craft coffee, rain, Nirvana and other attractions. The beauty of the Olympic Peninsula is undoubtedly a reason to visit the region. We love Mt Rainier and the San Juan Islands, but few places can match it. The Olympic Peninsula has a unique ecosystem and a wide variety of geographies. It gets a lot of rain, even according to PNW standards, which makes it incredibly lush.

Los Angeles

Los Angeles is a top tourist destination in the United States due to its glamour and celebrity attractions, as well as the gentle breezes from Pacific Ocean. For a luxurious stay, search for top-rated hotels near LA's beaches such as Malibu and Santa Monica on TripAdvisor. Rodeo Drive is a great place to shop, while Beverly Hills is a popular tourist destination. You can also walk along Venice Beach's boardwalk.


Washington, the United States capital, is home to miles upon miles of museums and monuments, almost all of them free. It is a popular destination for families and school groups, not least because of this. It's a great place to learn about U.S. History at places such as Mount Vernon, George Washington's plantation, Ford's Theater where Abraham Lincoln was shot, the White House, Georgetown, and Alexandria. There are also museums such as the Smithsonian and the National Museum of African-American History and Culture and the National Museum of the American Indian. The National Gallery of Art, the Newseum and the United States Holocaust Museum are all museums you should visit.

Cherry blossoms bloom from late March through early April along the Tidal basin. You can also view the Jefferson Memorial, Franklin D. Roosevelt memorials and the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. You should also see the Washington Monument and the Lincoln Memorial on the National Mall.


Charleston is one of America's greatest metropolises. It is steeped in America's history but has a modern approach to the arts, culture, and cuisine. Take a look at our list Charleston restaurants to see why. The architecture, and especially the churches, has been a compelling reason to visit South Carolina's jewel since around 1670. But, recently, Charleston has also become a great place to enjoy food and drinks. The Pavilion Bar is home to hipsters and water views. City Market sells sweetgrass baskets and Sean Brock's Husk dinner is an unforgettable experience.


Seattle is the Pacific Northwest's crown jewel. From the emerald lakes to the breathtaking views of Puget Sound. It all can be seen from the Space Needle, a 360-degree rotating atrium with glass floors. But don't stop there. There are many amazing restaurants in Seattle, as well as world-class museums such the Seattle Art Museum or the Museum of Pop Culture. The famous glass artist Dale Chihuly also calls it home. While the grunge era which put the city on the map has passed, there are still many excellent music venues such as Neumos or the Showbox.

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