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The United States of America, or the USA, is a large country located in North-America, consisting of 50 states. Due to its history of immigration, this country is known as a melting pot of cultures from around the world. In a country as large as this, there is much to see for everyone: natural scenery, historical attractions, architecture and monuments, museums and galleries, itineraries, and much more.
Washington D.C.: The capital of the USA is located in its own district, the District of Columbia. It is one of the most visited cities in the world: there are many free museums and of course the nation’s most treasured monuments and memorials, such as the Capitol, the Washington Monument, the White House, the Lincoln Memorial, the Smithsonian Institution, the National Air and Space Museum, the National Museum of Natural History, and so on. Most of the museums are located on the National Mall.
Los Angeles, California: The USA’s second largest city and the most populous city of California. Home of Hollywood, it is of course mostly known for its film industry, musicians and artists. But this city also has a beautiful long beach on one side, and seemingly endless mountains on the other. LA has more museums than any other city in the world, so there is surely something to please everyone. For example the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, the Getty Center, the Petersen Automotive Museum, The Huntington Library, the Natural History Museum, the Battleship Iowa, or the Museum of Contemporary Art.
New Orleans, Louisiana: One of the nation’s oldest cities is the birthplace of jazz music. The most famous section of the city is its French Quarter, with its many parties, live music, art galleries, antique stores, landmark hotels and interesting specialty shops. New Orleans is worth a visit for its historic architecture, its Victorian mansions, its historic cemeteries, its Superdome, its museums and Aquarium, the Audubon Zoo, the New Orleans Museum of Art, the Mississippi River, the St. Louis Cathedral, and the National WWII Museum. Be sure to visit during Mardi Gras, also known as the biggest free party on earth.
Seattle, Washington: Also known as the Emerald City, this is the birthplace of the Space Needle, Boeing's aircraft assembly plants, Microsoft, Amazon, Costco, Nintendo of America, Starbucks, T-Mobile, and the University of Washington. The Pike Place Market is Seattle’s largest tourist area, and the oldest farmers’ market in the USA that’s still operating. Be sure to visit its many museums and enjoy its local architecture: you can find a museum resembling a smashed-up electric guitar, a rocket sticking out of a shoe shop, a mural made of used chewing gum, glass orbs in wooden canoes, a museum dedicated to antique pinball machines, and market traders tossing fish.
Dallas, Texas: Known as the shopper’s paradise, Dallas has more shopping centres per capita than any other city in the USA. It also has one of the largest and busiest airports in the world. In Texas’ most mythical city, you should visit the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Gardens, the Dallas Museum of Art, the Dallas World Aquarium, the Dallas Zoo, the Dallas Cowboys famous football team, the Meadows Museum of Art, the Museum of Geometric and MADI Art (Multichannel Audio Digital Interface), the Nasher Sculpture Center, the Texas Rangers professional baseball team, the Perot Museum of Nature and Science, the Sixth Floor Museum, the Texas Theatre, or the Zero Gravity Thrill Rides Amusement Park (the world's only "Thrill Amusement Park").
Boston, Massachusetts: One of the most wealthy and influential cities of the USA, and also one of its ten most popular tourist destinations. Being one of the oldest cities of the USA, Boston has the country’s first public or state school: the Boston Latin School, its first subway system: the Tremont Street Subway, and its first public park: the Boston Common. Boston is very close to Cambridge, where you will find the famous Harvard University.
Grand Canyon, Arizona: A Unesco World Heritage Site which partly consists of a US National Park. It is the world’s longest canyon. The National Park consists of the North and South Rim, which are both very popular by tourists. The most used ways to view the marvellous canyon are hiking, running, rafting, and helicopter tours.
Niagara Falls, New York: A massive set of waterfalls forming the border between New York State in the United States and Ontario in Canada. It consists of three huge waterfalls: the Horseshoe Falls, the American Falls and the Bridal Veil Falls, each of them separated from the other by a small island. It is easy to walk from one country to the other via the Rainbow Bridge. However, keep in mind you have to show your passport.
Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Tennessee and North Carolina: This Unesco World Heritage Site forms the border between Tennessee and North Carolina. It is the most visited National Park of America. The Park is filled with abundant plants and animals.
Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming: The world’s first National Park, built to preserve and protect the geysers and hot springs in the area, is also a Unesco World Heritage Site. Located in Wyoming, it is most famous for the Old Faithful geyser. It has more than 60% of the world’s geysers and is filled with unique wildlife and plants.
Everglades National Park, Florida: A Unesco World Heritage Site located in South Florida, mostly known for its water wildlife and plants. It is the largest tropical wilderness of the United States and is the first National Park that was created to protect its fragile ecosystem.
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|New Flight Routes|
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