If you have the opportunity to travel to the United States, you definitely have to visit these famous places. No need for complicated passport procedures, all you need is a backpack and a map on hand. Only that much, you can indifferently explore the beauty of the country from the peaceful rural cities to the bustling urban areas.
1. NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA
New Orleans (or NOLA for short) is the largest city in the state of Louisiana. In the morning, New Orleans is like a gentle girl with the image of wagons, old style trains or street bands busy with musical instruments in hand. The streets of NOLA are very peaceful and romantic with balconies filled with flowers.
But NOLA is not only that. If NOLA is a gentle girl during the day, when night comes, NOLA becomes a hot, seductive girl with tight dresses appearing in bustling music bars. It is not without reason that NOLA is called “the city of sin”. When coming to NOLA, you definitely have to visit Bourbon Street, where the famous nightclubs and bars converge. Why not try a cocktail at the place where this magical drink was invented?
2. PASO ROBLES, CALIFORNIA
Paso Robles is a famous city with over 170 long-standing wineries. Here, you can book a discovery tour from the vineyard to the process of making premium bottles of wine. Not as lavish and flashy as many other cities in the US, Paso Robles brings on itself a more peaceful beauty. Besides wine, Paso Robles also has many hot springs – a great destination in the winter. In addition, the beautiful sea route on Highway 1 (connecting San Francisco and LA) will make you feel more love this Northern California.
3. NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE
Nashville, the capital of Tennessee, has the second largest population of the state, after Memphis. Nashiville is known as a music city, especially country music. You will not be hard to catch the music on the streets of Nashville from street artists to restaurants, cafes serving music from noon until late at night.
Another place is the Country Music Hall Of Fame and Museum, the oldest museum in the world about country music. If you are a fan of this light music, do not forget to visit Nashville when traveling to the US.
4. LAS VEGAS, NEVADA
In addition to the most luxurious casinos in the world, Las Vegas also has many interesting attractions. Las Vegas is the place where most of America’s luxury shopping centers are located such as Forum Shops, Grand Canal Shoppes, Fashion Show Mall … But Las Vegas is not just a place to spend money for the rich. If you don’t like the stifling atmosphere of the casino or the crowded entertainment area when traveling to the US, you can take a bus ride around the city to see the dreamy Las Vegas girl at night.
5. OXFORD, MISSISSIPPI
Oxford, Mississippi is the favorite place for nerds. It is home to the famous novelist William Faulkner – who was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1949. Before you go to the vibrant city square, stop by the famous bookstore Square Books. This bookstore will give you a great reading space with a huge volume of books. Afterwards, you can finish your day at the City Grocery bar to relax and meet local artists and writers.
6. ATLANTIC, NEW JERSEY
Atlantic City has many of the second casinos in the US, after Las Vegas. It also gathers many luxury resorts on Absecon Island on the Atlantic coast, North America. Not only that, when coming to Atlantic, visitors can stroll around the green beaches, participate in exciting activities such as skydiving, surfing and other beach sports.