Where Should You Travel To In The States? My Suggestions

When it comes to travel, we can all have those common places stored on a physical or mental bucket list. However, when it comes to the USA, you can be quite spoilt for choice. There are some great places, and many places on your bucket list will probably be in the states. But I wanted to share with you some of the places I think are worth being adding to your travel bucket list, if they are not already on there.

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Georgia

Maybe you want to take in a more relaxed vibe and the state of Georgia could definitely be that for you. Some fabulous locations include Atlanta, and the rugged terrain includes plenty of farmland and coastal stretches. You could stay in places like the Tbilisi Marriott Hotel for a more relaxed vibe in a less overwhelming town. There is a lot to see and do in this Southeastern state including the Martin Luther King Jr national historic site.

Texas

Maybe you want to head completely south and take in the sights and sounds of Texas. A great location and state to visit with so much to offer. You have the fabulous Austin (one of my favorite cities in the world 🙂 ) which is famed for its live music scene, the history that Houston can offer and the relaxed vibe of San Antonio. San Antonio has a multicultural influence so it really could be the ideal location for holiday away.

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Illinois

One of the main reasons to head to Illinois has to be the city of Chicago. It is amongst some of the largest cities in the USA and is nestled right next to Lake Michigan. It is famed for its bold architecture and fabulous skyline. If you have an eye for art then look no further than the Institute of art, which showcases exhibitions of all genres and tastes. It is definitely a place to pop on your bucket list for sure.

California

Maybe you want a different type of vacation then the state of California could be your answer. You have the chance to rub shoulders with Hollywood’s greatest, check out the Hollywood hills of shop in Rodeo Drive. You could relax in Los Angeles near the beach, or even head on a road trip to check out other places like Laguna Beach, Santa Cruz or even Santa Barbara. Finally, San Francisco is another city in this state that is definitely worth a visit, the Alcatraz prison is a must.

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Florida

Finally, Florida is a state that will probably be on many people’s bucket lists thanks to all the fabulous places to enjoy in Orlando. But there is more to Florida than just them parks and Disney. You have the gorgeous beaches of the Florida Keys and Fort Lauderdale and you can also take advantage of other more unusual sightseeing opportunities like The Everglades. Especially if you have a love for adventure. Of course, Orlando is always top of the list and who can blame you.

I hope that this has given you some ideas on places to go in America for your next vacation.


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118 thoughts on “Where Should You Travel To In The States? My Suggestions

  1. I’ve always wanted to come to school in the states. Unfortunately I didn’t get in this year, hopefully I would next year and I’d try visiting these places when I do 😊😊

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  2. I’m surprised you didn’t have New York (specifically New York City). There are a million things to do there. You’ll never get bored.
    If you ever get the chance to go to Chicago, don’t forget to check out Navy Pier and the observation deck of the Sears Tower. 🙂

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