UNITED STATES

Destinations in The United States

NEW YORK
New York City is on every traveller's bucket list. Known as the Big Apple, the city is the countries main tourism hub, with around 60 million annual tourists. New York City is also America's most populous city.
The cities heart is Manhattan with its iconic skyline comprising of the Empire State Building, Chrysler Building and the 541-metre high One World Trade Center. One of the cities main attractions is the neon-lit theatrical Times Square. The Statue of Liberty, located on Liberty Island is another of the cities iconic landmarks.
Sport in New York has a long traditional history, with the city home to the headquarters of the NFL, NBA, NHL, MLB and MLS, as well as teams such as the New York Yankees.
LOS ANGELES
Located in Southern California and the home of the countries music, film and television industry. Los Angeles is a city that you'll never get tired of, with 73 miles of beach and sunset to discover.
Some of the cities main attractions include the Hollywood sign, the Walk of Fame, Paramount, Universal and Warner Bros studios, as well as Santa Monica Pier. For some luxury shopping, you can head over to Rodeo Drive.
Not only is Los Angeles famous for its film and music industry, but also its sporting culture. The city is home to 11 professional sports teams, with 2 representatives in America's top 5 sports.
MIAMI
Called the Cruise Capital of the World and also the United States second busiest tourism hub, Miami is a must visit location. The city is located in Southern Florida giving it a tropical Caribbean feel.
Downtown Miami is a vibrant and warm area, with a lively nightlife, and sophisticated day by day feel, being the cultural and commercial center for Southern Florida. Miami Beach offers wide white sandy beaches lined with palm trees and the blue ocean.
Miami is home to the NFL's Miami Dolphins and the NBA's Miami Heat. Football fans will also know the Miami is now home to David Beckham's, Inter Miami CF. The city also has teams in Baseball and Ice Hockey.
BOSTON
Boston is Massachusetts largest and capital city. One of the oldest cities in the country having been founded in 1630, Boston is steeped in history and culture, with the 2.5 mile Freedom Trail telling the story of how America came to be.
The city is now a thriving coastal city which is also an international center for higher education studies. With an estimated 2,000 startup companies, Boston is considered the world leader in innovation. Boston is also famous for its music, theatre and opera.
The cities sporting teams are some of the countries most successful. With the New England Patriots winning 6 NFL Super Bowls, the Boston Red Sox lifting 9 MLB World Series, and the Boston Celtics claiming 17 NBA titles.
DENVER
Famously named The Mile High City, sitting 5,280 feet above sea level lies Denver in the state of Colorado. Located at the foot of the Rocky Mountains, Denver offers a picturesque landscape as well as a lively city culture.
 
Denver and Colorado are extremely famous for its numerous breweries. With the city home to 148 breweries. The city is also in close proximity to many outdoor activities and hiking locations making it the perfect destination for the adventurous.
 
Denver is home to sports teams from America's big 4 sports, as well as an MLS team. The most famous of the teams are the NFL's Denver Broncos, who have lifted 3 Super Bowls titles, most recently in 2016.
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