It is a known fact that the United States is the melting pot of diverse cultures and people. Tourists, students, workers, and almost every individual from different racial backgrounds are attracted to come and experience the American dream. Check out below if your city’s on the list of the Top 10 Cities in the United States.
10- Napa, California
Napa used to be the seat of quicksilver mines in the 1800s and known today as a giant in the wine industry.
The world’s famous wine region grows several variants of grape berries, perfect for every wine lover. It is also home to the ever famous, The French Laundry, which is considered as one of the best cuisines in the world. Napa is the perfect destination to enjoy good food paired with opulent wine.
9- Savannah, Georgia
Every Girl Scout in the United States should visit and see the birthplace of scouting; Savannah was home to Juliette Gordon Low founder of the GSUSA (Girl Scout of the USA). The well blend of history, architecture, hospitality, arts and culture among many others attract millions of visitors to Savannah.
8- New York City, NY
The City of New York is one of the busiest cities in the US. It is highly populated with combined culture and ethnicity. The country’s entertainment and media is located at the Time Square.
It is where several skyscrapers stand like the famous Empire State Building, The World Trade Center, New York Times, and Chrysler building among many others found at the heart of the city. During the holidays over 40 million foreign and local tourists flood the city of lights.
7- New Orleans, Louisiana
The city’s culture was predominantly featured on the tv series Treme. New Orleans is known for its rich culture, savory food, festive mardi gras, and jazz music. Many of us have watched the city being devastated by Hurricane Katrina, despite the tragic event, the city has managed to pick up the pieces and rise above it.
6- Carmel, California
Located on the Pacific coast, and known as Carmel-by-the-Sea, is a beautiful city with a rich culture and history. The artistically designed architectures, restaurants and shops are proofs of the city’s high regard for aesthetics. There’s also a sparkly beach to enjoy after a stride in several art galleries
5- Chicago, Illinois
Not only famous for their Chicago-style hot dog and Chicago White Sox team. Chicago has far more things to offer, the city has several modern art galleries to explore, improvisational comedy bar, blues music, prairie architectures and good local cuisine among many others.
4- Honolulu, Hawaii
The capital city of Hawaii has been a destination pick for tourists who want plenty of sun and great activities for the whole family. The view of the clear Pacific waters from the high rise hotel while enjoying fresh seafood is enough to sigh “aloha”.
3- San Francisco, California
San Francisco is located on the West Coast and one of the major cities in the United States. It is a premier economic and cultural centre of Northern California and Bay area. San Francisco is known for its hills, cool weather during the summers, street performances and the breathtaking and most photographed Golden Gate Bridge.
2- Santa Fe, New Mexico
Santa Fe means “Holy Faith” it is the oldest capital city in the US. The city holds interesting art galleries and museums.
Santa Fe’s economy is highly associated with science and technology and often hosts scientific meetings, summer schools, and lectures. Most tourists flock to the city in the second week of September.
1- Charleston, South Carolina
Charleston landed the top spot of this list, also being the friendliest city in the US. Historical sites, architecture, and museums are the highlights of the city. It hosts the Spoleto Festival USA (America’s leading performing arts festival.)