The United States of America is the land of stunning cities stretching up to redwoods, peaked mountain peaks, bare deserts and the endless coastline. America is the birthplace of the mega-cities of Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Chicago, Miami, Boston and New York. The sun-bleached prairie hills, the lush forests of the north-west, and the picturesque pastoral landscapes of New England are just some of the possible routes to this country. The island of Hawaii is unique, it does not cease to grow in breadth, constantly changing shape due to the eruptions of Kilauea volcano, which adds new coastal areas to the island. But the real American treasure is considered to be the attractive Lake Tahoe, surrounded by a no less magnificent ridge of Sierra Nevada.
sightseeings of USA
1. Grand Canyon
The Grand Canyon located in Northern Arizona, one of the most unique and interesting places on Earth, it is one of the greatest tourist attractions of the United States. The size of the Grand Canyon is 446 kilometers long, 29 kilometers wide, and the depth reaches an incredible figure of more than one kilometer. The Grand Canyon is not the deepest or the longest canyon in the world, but it delights with its size and colorful landscape, offering tourists spectacular views that are unparalleled in the world. It is believed that the Grand Canyon began to take the modern landscape 17 million years ago, when the Colorado River laid its course there.
2. Niagara Falls (Niagara Falls)
Located between the state of New York and the province of Ontario (Canada), Niagara Falls is one of the most impressive natural wonders on the North American continent. Niagara Falls is actually three different waterfalls, the American waterfall, the waterfall "veil of the bride" and waterfall "Horseshoe". More than 14 million tourists visit this place every year; it is one of the most visited landmarks in the United States and the world.
3. White House
The White House in Washington is the official residence and office of the President of the United States, located in Washington, DC. The White House was built between 1792 and 1800. The first president who settled in the White House was John Adams.
4. Yellowstone National Park
Yellowstone National Park is the first national park in the United States and the world. Yellowstone is an old volcano and because of this, there are stunningly beautiful landscapes around it with amazing natural phenomena such as geysers and hot springs, incredible waterfalls and rivers, and these are just some of Yellowstone sights. Here, in addition to the beauty of nature, you can meet many species of wild animals: bison, bighorn sheep, antelope, wolves, bison, deer, black bears and grizzly bears.
Geysers are especially popular in this main natural attraction of the United States. "Big fountain"cone-shaped "White dome"erupting in unison "Clepsydra" and "Spasm"water arch "Riverside". Seismic activity in these places is a constant concern of scientists, so do not forget about it when deciding to visit this magnificent national park.
Manhattan is one of the five boroughs of New York. This is probably the most famous cityscape in the world and the iconic landmark of the United States. Walking in the shadow of skyscrapers, the Statue of Liberty, the Broadway show, the Empire State Building, the famous Central Park, 5th Avenue, it’s all Manhattan.
6. Golden Gate Bridge
The Golden Gate Bridge is a real icon of San Francisco and California and the main attraction of San Francisco. Golden Gate Bridge is the main and most photographed landmark in San Francisco. The bridge has an interesting history and adds the unique charm of San Francisco.
7. Glacier National Park
Glacier National Park is located in the US state of Montana and is bordered by the Canadian provinces of Alberta and British Columbia. The park covers more than 1 million acres (4,000 km 2) of land. There are more than 130 lakes, 1000 different plant species and hundreds of animal species.
The park is one of the largest remaining natural habitats for grizzly bears. In addition to grizzly bears, the park is also home to two other endangered species: the Canadian lynx and brown trout. Here you will find waterfowl, large birds of prey, including bald
8. Las Vegas Strip (Las Vegas Strip)
The Las Vegas Strip is a world famous street, thanks to the large number of hotels and casinos located on it. It is considered one of the brightest and most picturesque night streets in the world. Here you can admire the dancing fountains (Hotel Bellagio), the Eiffel Tower, the Venice Canals, capture the Luxor Hotel, which is built in the shape of a pyramid, watch musicals and visit colorful shows, museums and exhibitions.
On the Las Vegas Strip there are a variety of shops, boutiques and shopping centers, restaurants and cafes, as well as wedding chapels where marriage can be registered.
9. Florida Keys
The Florida Keys is a coral reef and chain of 1,700 islands located off the southern coast of Florida. The most famous of this chain of islands is Key West, which is famous for its cheerful atmosphere, and for being the southernmost city in the continental United States. The temperature never fell below zero in it, for all the time meteorological observations there was only positive temperature.
Over the years, many famous people have lived in this charming and original city, including Tennessee Williams, Jimmy Buffett and Ernest Hemingway. Travelers in Key West will find many places where you can enjoy good food and have fun. This city is also famous for its many festivals, including PrideFest in June and its fantasy Fest in October.
10. Martha’s Vineyard
Megastars and directors of large corporations, ordinary citizens and poor students all aspire to Martha Vinyard, a picturesque island near Cape Cod. It has much to offer for families with children, and for couples seeking to hide from prying eyes.
The glory of the island as a beautiful resort in no way detracts from the historical significance of these lands. TinyMartas Vinyard is the largest island of the original New England region. Here it seems that life has not changed since the time of the Civil War, and the small towns of the island have not lost their charm at all. On Martha Vinyard, the features of typical America and the long tradition of the first islanders, who made this land their home after they left the mainland due to religious persecution by the Europeans, are closely intertwined. It is not customary to lock the doors of houses to the castle, and the most serious offense is improper parking. Admire the local ginger houses, you will be sure that you are in a fairy tale.
11. Arcadia National Park (Acadia Magic)
On the island of Mount Desert, located in the Gulf of Maine, stretches the national park “Acadia” – fertile land with picturesque mountain landscapes, lakes, dense forests and ocean coasts. “Acadia” is the second most visited park in the country.
The local landscape is a complex wreath of rough sheer cliffs, areas washed by ocean surf, bays suitable for fishing and boat trips, and quiet forest trails. The ring road introduces the guests of the island to the main natural attractions of the park. The highway wanders in the mountains, goes to the top of the Cadillac, the highest on the Atlantic coast, runs past the sandy beach, where swimming is allowed, and gives you the opportunity to enjoy the unique natural phenomenon “Roaring Bay” when the strong wind blows from the ocean and at the same time the tide begins, the air , locked in this crevice, is compressed, and then released with a deafening roar.
12. California vineyards
The California regions of Napa and Sonoma are the most famous American regions for growing grapes for wine production. Hundreds of wineries located in the district offer to taste the best Californian wines, but even if you do not drink alcohol, beautiful hilly landscapes, first-class restaurants and spa resorts, there is a good reason to visit the Californian valleys.
Waikiki is the most popular beach in the Hawaiian Islands and perhaps the most famous beach in the Pacific. Waikiki has been a major tourist destination in the United States for over a century. Today this area is a cross between a tropical paradise and a modern city.