THE MOST POPULAR US CITIES

NEW YORK, LOS ANGELES, LAS VEGAS

The Best Cities to Visit in the United States

The United States has popular cities attracting millions of visitors every year. Cities like Newyork, Boston are impressive in terms of American lifestyle and the city culture of north atlantic America. Los Angeles is very popular with its temperate climate, its spectacular beaches overlooking the pacific ocean, its thematic spots flooded by visitors such as Hollywood and Disneyland. Las Vegas, an artificial city built in the middle of the desert, has casinos that attract visitors with bright lights and shows, almost like an oasis.

These cities, which are the points of attraction of the USA, are visited by millions of local and foreign tourists every year.

NEW YORK
New York City has been fascinated by the Dutch since its foundation in 1613 in New Amsterdam, in the north-east of America and the Hudson River.

Today's New York City is a mix of all the cities of the world. It is the most populous city in America, with a population of 8 Million and about 29 percent of it is black. Transportation to New York is done from three different airports. These are Kennedy (JFK), LaGuardia and Newark Airports.

The city consists of 5 different boroughs. These are respectively Brooklyn, Queens, Staten Island, Bronx and Manhattan. What many of us know and travel to New York City is Manhattan Island. As in all American cities, the city is covered by streets and streets, which cut each other regularly from north to south and east to west. This island was purchased by the Dutch from the Iroquois Indians for its present value of 24 dollars.

Times Square: It is the name of the intersection of Seventh Avenue and Broadway, and is famous for the theaters where Broadway shows are played and the giant billboards with neon lights decorating the square. It's also the center of New York.

Greenwich Village: This is a neighborhood where young people, including New York University, are very popular and have small and cheap restaurants and bars.

Soho: The neighborhood on the main street West Broadway, where artists from the south of the village are sought-after, art galleries and avant-garde fashion designers.

Chinatown: The neighborhood where cheap shoppers can't go, even the street signs are written in Chinese.

Rockefeller Center: The world's largest private business center consisting of 21 different and beautiful skyscrapers between the Fifth and Sixth Streets.

Central Park: In the heart of the city, Manhattan's lungs and New Yorkers park will not change anything.

In addition, those who want to go to the Hurriyet monument can take the ferry departing from the Battery Park in the south of the island.


WASHINGTON DC

WASHINGTON DC
It is one of the rare cities in the United States that resembles San Francisco and Europe and is the federal capital of the United States. Most of the 600,000 population consists of people working in government offices and foreign embassy members.

The White House, the Senate and Arlington Martyrs Cemetery, Washington, Jefferson and Lincoln monuments are among the places you should see.

Air & Space and the National Gallery of Art, considered as one of the world's leading museums in the Smithsonian Institut in Washington, are the center of attention for all visitors to the city and are free of charge.

BOSTON
Boston, the capital of Massachussetts, one of the 50 states that make up the United States, looks more like a student city. A significant portion of 600,000 people living in the city are students of universities such as Cambridge, Harvard and the like.

Boston has one of the largest ports in the world. The port's annual business volume is $ 8 billion. Places to see include Freedom Trail, Faneuil Market, Boston Tea Party, Beacon Hill and Boston Common.

MIAMI
The development of Miami, a tropical bay until the nineteenth century, began in 1896 with the arrival of the railway. Due to its proximity to the South American continent, the port and banking sectors are the main sources of income for the tourism sector, especially because the climate is warm or hot in all seasons.

Each year, millions of tourists float into the warm and modern city of the state of Florida to swim in the warm waters of the ocean, sunbathe on miles of long beaches, surf or water ski, or stroll through the billionaires' homes on Intracoastal Waterway, which divides Miami with its yachts.

The revamped South Beach's Art Deco neighborhood has been a significant increase in the number of tourists visiting the city since the early 1980s. If you go to Miami, you'll see the neighborhoods of the rich, such as Coral Gable and Coconut Grove, and taste the Cuban coffee that resembles espresso in Little Havana, where fleeing from Cuba. In addition, half an hour away from Miami in the Everglades region, guests of the village of Micossukee Indians can watch alligator wrestling, then swim in the marsh with special air boats can do.



ORLANDO
The development of this city, which is 4 hours from Miami in the middle of the state of Florida, began with the Disney company investing here. Almost all of the revenues come from tourism.
First of all the parks to visit are Magic Kingdom (Disneyland), Epcot Center, Universal and MGM Film Studios and SeaWorld. For evening entertainment, we recommend bars, restaurants and nightclubs such as Rosie o'Grady's or Lili Marlene in the Church Street Station, which is the old train station's amusement park.

NEW ORLEANS
It is known as the birthplace of New Orleans jazz music, the most important city in the state of Louisiana on the Mississippi River, famous for its gamblers. In the French Quarter, which is called the French Quarter, you can head to Bourbon Street every night from morning to night and listen to every glimpse of jazz and blues music. You can also find restaurants in New Orleans, where you can find quality and variety that you cannot find in many parts of America. 

Undoubtedly, the city's founders to be Spanish and French is very important. Half an hour away from the city of Acadien and known as Cajun migrated here through Canada, you can still easily encounter French-speaking people. You can also visit the 19th century plantations of Nottoway, Oak Alley and Houmas House on the way to Baton Rouge, about an hour away from the city.

Things to do in New Orleans will be to take a stroll through the Natchez or Creole Queen side wheel and steamboats on the Mississippi River, and then stroll through the French Quarter with the phaetons. St. Louis cathedral is among the places where tourists flock on Sunday mornings.


LOS ANGELES

LOS ANGELES
The fact that the largest city of Western America is not a European city center and the city is made up of different neighborhoods of different sizes will surprise you first. But for most of the inhabitants, the American dream is the city of Los Angeles itself. This is the center of the show business, especially cinema and television, the mystic of the name of Hollywood, the beauty of the beaches such as Santa Monica, Venice Beach, Malibu, the neighborhoods of stars and billionaires like Beverly Hills and Bel Air, a shopping like Rodeo Drive street has made the city a metropolis in the world.

Apart from the aforementioned places, the Mexican neighborhood of Olvera Street, the Grauman's Theater where you will find the hand and footprints of the old and new Hollywood stars, and the Hollywood Boulevard, the nightlife of the Sunset Strip and Glenwood, the Los Angeles opera house where the Oscar Awards are distributed, an open air like the Hollywood Bowl You can see the theater.

You can also visit the original of the Universal Film Studios in the city, or you can also visit the original of Disneyland in the Anaheim area, 45 minutes away.
In Malibu, we recommend you to visit the museum of the famous oil billionaire Paul Getty.

SAN FRANCISCO
It would be unfair to say that America's most beautiful city is the biggest city of the state of California. The city resembles Istanbul in many aspects; First of all, the city is built on many hills, the Golden Gate bridge in San Francisco harbor or the bridge of Bay Bridge and the beauty they give, San Francisco houses almost similar to the old bay windows of wooden houses in Istanbul, after seeing San Francisco will not be deleted from your memories.

We recommend you to visit San Francisco on foot. During your visit you can visit the shopping district Union Square, Golden Gate Park, Chinatown, famous Fisherman's Wharf, Mission Dolores, Nob Hill, the world's steepest street Lombard Street.

In addition, the small islet in the middle of the bay is one of the most famous gangsters in the world, such as Al Capone, the names of the Alcatraz prison that has hosted in the past. If you wish, you can explore Alcatraz after a short ferry ride.

On the other side of the Golden Gate Bridge, you can have a nice lunch at Sausalito and walk across the beach to a beautiful view. 15 minutes away from Sausalito, you can wander through the forests of Muirwoods, which are the most special examples of sequoia trees known as the largest and largest trees in the world.

For those with a little more time, we recommend a one-day tour to the cities of Carmel and Monterey, 90 minutes south of San Francisco, or to the valleys of Napa and Sonoma, where the best quality wines of the United States have been restored.

LAS VEGAS
In the middle of the Nevada Desert is the largest of the world's casinos. Founded in 1885, but the main growth began in 1905 with the arrival of the railway. In the city center and on the main street strip, hundreds of casino clubs / hotels are at the service of the gamblers 24 hours a day. The neon lights that surround the city by the sun set are the harbinger of gambling that lasts until the morning, and every evening the most beautiful shows of the world are waiting for you.

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