The States are huge and it would take forever to list all the beautiful things you can do in this amazing country, but here are our Top 10 things you should see at least once in your life.
Learn more about Native American history in Monument Valley
This Nationalpark is absolutely stunning and the land of the Navajo tribe. You can book tours from the visitor center. A member of the Navajo will take you through the park and tell you more about the history of Tse’Bii’Ndzisgaii.
Visit Elvis in Graceland
The Graceland estate once belonged to Elvis and his daughter Lisa Marie Presley turned it into a public museum in the early 80s. The interior looks like Elvis is still alive and is well kept. You can also visit the graves of Elvis and his grandmother on the estate grounds.
Discover Nature in Yosemite Nationalpark
Yosemite is one of the most visited Nationalparks in the US and well worth a visit. You need to plan ahead and get a permit ahead of your visit for a specific day. Enjoy the vistas and enjoy nature to the fullest here.
Drink Coffee in Seattle
Did you know that Starbucks is from Seattle? The people here know coffee and drink more of it than any other US city (even L.A.). So grab a cup in town! If you’re not a coffee fan you might want to wander around the city and feel like you’re part of Shonda Rhimes’ Grey’s Anatomy.
Visit the Grand Canyon by Sunrise or Sunset
Views, views, views! Seeing the Grand Canyon for the first time in your life is something that you will never forget! You can hike here, do pony trekking tours or simply enjoy the views of this massive landmark (which can actually be seen from space).
Eat good food and visit museums in New York
This one is a given. New York is famous for good (and crazy) food with new restaurants opening almost every day and new food trends around every corner. A visit to this massive city wouldn’t be complete without visiting the MOMA and the MET.
Feel like a politician in Washington D.C.
Washington is a must-visit for everyone who’s interested in history, politics, and/or the military. Visit the National Mall and see the Lincoln Memorial, Washington Monument, and the White House. The Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History and the National Gallery of Art are also worth visiting. Secret Tip: Visit the Spy Museum and learn more about the history of Spying.
Hit the road and discover Big Sur
This mountainous section of the Central Coast of California will provide you with unique views of the Pacific Ocean, and lead you past redwood forests and beautiful beaches.
Gamble in Las Vegas
A city in the middle of nowhere with extraordinary casinos, cheap hotels, and wedding chapels. Get married by Elvis or hit the Roulette table - opportunities are endless here. What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas ;)
Feel the Blues in New Orleans
New Orleans is famous for its music, Creole cuisine, and unique dialects. Life is just different here. Party through the night and feel a unique vibe. Or just discover the interesting history of Lousiana in one of the many museums.