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Top 10 most famous places to visit in United States Of America

United States of America – so familiar and at the same time unreachable. A dream country, the target of luck hunters, the dictator of clothing, music, and popular culture. The number of New York skyline skyscrapers that we saw in the movies, the golden Californian beaches, glittering Las Vegas casinos are fascinating and rising up the white envy. This country attracts us by its success story, promises to fulfill our dreams, always invites and lures.

Just imagine how you stroll in the Hollywood Stars Avenue, looking to New York from the Empire State Building, enjoying Niagara Falls or other miracles, especially highlighted in American film bands. Rest in the United States will be a special and inexplicable experience, so I invite you to raise your wings towards a fascinating country. Are you ready?

The Statue Of Liberty, NYC

  1. I got a tiny glimpse from the freeway as I drove past. We had left Pennsylvania in the morning and had to get to Massachusetts by bedtime. We’d spend a couple of hours in Valley Forge and stopped to see the Liberty Bells for an hour in Philadelphia. There wasn’t time to do everything.

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Niagara Falls, New York

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Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco

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Las Vegas, Nevada, skyline neon strip

Disneyland, California

  1. Thomas, There are sites that actually compare the two. Here is a summarization that may help you:

    Once on the Disney premise, the accommodation, rides and attractions are comparable in cost. If you want to see enough of either resort, the Walt Disney World Resort will turn out more expensive simply because unlike Disneyland, it is something that cannot be explored in just a day. However, Disney World may work better for groups with people of varying ages, as there are enough age-specific things for different ages, including 2 water parks and 5 golf courses, which Disneyland does not offer.

    In terms of other surrounding attractions, California has about 9 distinct Theme parks (including Legoland, Sea World and Universal Studios) close by and offers a lot more to explore than the beaches in Florida.

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Times Square, NYC

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Lincoln Memorial, Washington

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The Washington Monument on the National Mall in Washington

White House, Washington

Horseshoe bend, Grand Canyon, Arizona

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