The United States is the 2nd destination in the world and the number of Spanish tourists who visit the U.S. every year is 600,000. Not bad …
Most tourists only visit New York, but there are many interesting destinations:
One of the oldest cities in the eastern United States, but with plenty of tourist and cultural attractions. In Boston are the prestigious University of Harvard and MIT also.
Headquarters of the U.S. government, is also home to many of the best museums (most free) and big parks. The United States Congress passed a law in 1899 that prevents build skyscrapers and thus avoid government buildings are in the shade of large commercial buildings.
The city where the skyscraper was born and where the main architects of the worldleave their mark. It is worth visiting Lake Michigan, enjoying the magnificent views of the city from ”Skydeck Chicago” in the Willis Tower, formerly the Sears Tower or John Hancock Observatory, and visit the different neighborhoods, each with its own fascinating flavor. Do not forget the ’bean’.
Paradise on earth. It is the westernmost state of the United States and has a pleasant climate all year round. The reasons to visiting Hawaii are endless, incredible beaches,verdant landscapes and customs are different from other states.
5.- Las Vegas
The city of sin, ’CSI’ and the casinos. The main street of the city (The Strip) has buildings that seem taken from a theme park and which is home to hotels, casinos and most amazing shows in the world. Over 40 million people visit each year looking for LasVegas luck.
Along with New York is one of the most visited by the Spaniards. The reasons: Walt DisneyWorld, a giant complex with 4 theme parks, 2 water parks, hotels, golf courses, etc. A littleworld within a city.
Like Orlando, Miami is in the state of Florida. It is one of the 5 major cities in the U.S. and has a subtropical climate which allows a different atmosphere in the streets. The Cuban community has given a great character to this coastal city.
8.- San Francisco
The combination of cold ocean water and the heat of the California peninsula creates a characteristic fog that can cover the city throughout the day. A quotation incorrectlyattributed to Mark Twain’s ”The coldest winter I spent was a summer in San Francisco”. Golden Gate Bridge and Alcatraz Island are 2 of the icons of San Francisco.
9.- Los Ángeles
The big city/suburb with famous beaches (Malibu, Venice Beach), famous neighborhoods (Hollywood, Bel-Air) and especially too many celebrities. A city that began calling “El Pueblo de Nuestra Señora la Reina de los Ángeles de Porciúncula” and now it’s just LA
10.- Nueva York
The so-called ’capital of the world’, is one of the cities that have influenced people from all continents over the past 100 years. Film and television have managed to record in our minds the most spectacular images and also the most mundane of this amazing city.
Who could visit them and live them all?