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Party in the USA- First Tourist Trip
For many people, a First Tourist Trip to USA is a dream they’ve held onto for a lifetime. A chance to travel on the fastest plane in the world, the opportunity to travel to a country full of excitement and adventure, to see some of the places where our favorite TV shows or movies were shot, and experience all the different aspects of all the cultures that make America what it is. Some people might want to share a New England Autumn or Fall; see the leaves turning bright red and orange, take a walk around Salem and visit the Witch House on Halloween, visit the quaint little fishing towns along the coast. Others might want to see a big city, Like New York, to experience the Statue of Liberty, take a walk around Central Park, and try some of the wonderful cuisines that the city has to offer. Someone else may want to see the desert, to travel out to the Mojave, or take a trip to Joshua Tree to breathe in the dry, desert air and watch the sunset behind the cacti on the horizon. The United States of America (fifty states, to be exact) is an enormous country, full of many exciting and exhilarating experiences for tourists from across the world. Let’s take a look at some of the most prominent tourist attractions that the US is known for when it’s your First Tourist Trip.
Venice Beach in Los Angeles
The backdrop for many a movie scene, Venice Beach is one of the most well-known locations in the United States. You cant truly say that you have seen all that LA has to offer if you haven’t taken a stroll down the Venice Beach boardwalk. You’ll see many stalls selling all manner of souvenirs. It’s a spot where the old and new LA collide, and it’s home to more than just merchandise: the interesting people you’ll meet in Venice are definitely worth the stop. There are street performers who juggle, play music, and paint portraits. If the bustle of the boardwalk isn’t your scene, take a quieter walk across the many canals that criss-cross the neighborhood. Grab a drink or a bite to eat and experience the vibrant tourist culture of one of the most interesting neighborhoods in the States.
The Great Smoky Mountain National Park
If you prefer natural attractions to a bustling city environment, the Great Smoky Mountains are an incredible sight to behold. They straddle the border between North Carolina and Tennessee. The park is the most popular in the entire country, thanks to its massive size as well as its serene natural beauty. The park offers hiking and camping; visitors can meander through the woods and take in the scenery, as well as see hundreds of bird species or pay a visit to the visitors center. Take a hike out to Laurel Falls or Clingmans Dome, and we can guarantee that you’ll never want to leave. There are many wild animals in the park, so take care and be sure that you know the procedures and precautions you need to exercise if you should meet any.
The French Quarter in New Orleans
New Orleans is a melting pot of many cultures, and the French Quarter, in particular, is something exquisite. Also referred to as the Vieux Carre, this old part of the city explores and honors the rich French influence on this US city. There are architectural wonders to behold, such as the St Louis Cathedral, walking tours that you can take, incredible restaurants to tempt you on every corner. Take a stroll down the Moon Walk- a paved path right next to the Mississippi. You should also pay a visit to Bourbon street, especially if it’s Mardi Gras- it is the hub of all drinking, dancing, and parties within the city.
Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida.
One of the most well-known Americans, the Mouse himself, is always ready to welcome tourists to Disneyland. While the lines may be long, the rides are worth it! A trip to Disneyland is a treat not only for tourists but also for people who have always resided in the US; after all, it’s the happiest place on earth. There are restaurants and street food carts featuring Disneyland delicacies as well as some food from well-loved Disney movies. You can meet characters you’ve seen on the silver screen, take thrilling rides and even stay in hotels in the park. Whats not to love?
The Grand Canyon in Arizona- First Tourist Trip
Located in the arid but still breathtaking Northern Arizona, it’s one of the oldest tourist attractions in the USA. The Grand Canyon has been carved from solid rock over several million years by the Colorado River. At its deepest point, the Canyon is 1 mile deep, and it stretches on for 277 miles. There are many hiking and canoeing trips that you can take, led by qualified professionals. It is not advisable to hike or kayak alone if you are unfamiliar with the territory.
Of course, these are only a few of the hundreds, if not thousands, of fantastic tourist attractions within the USA. Take your pick, and we know you’ll have the best trip!