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How Many Cities Can You Cover in One Holiday?

How Many Cities Can You Cover in One Holiday?

There no doubt and you will find no opposition when I say that the USA is one of the most desirable destinations in the world.  That been said, New York City has been the gate to the US and North America since old times when Ellis Island was the landing space for the massive immigration back in a day. These days when visiting the US, instead of focusing on only one city or one destination, multi-centre holiday had become more popular among many visitors. So when coming  to the United States, many will plan, for example, a New York multi-center holiday instead of focusing only on one destination. This way, many tourists include several more cities in their itinerary and those cover more distance and see more sites. So here are some of the cities one might want to consider after arriving to NYC.

Nashville, Tennessee

Nashville offers a unique local charm that tourists are going to love; it offers urban culture and also has a fine selection of food. It is the home of the Country Music Hall of Fame as well as the Grand Ole Opry.

Tourists are going to love the jazz scene, the music clubs and the record stores that are present in the city, after all Nashville is the music city of the U.S

Asheville, North Carolina

This is a town that is considered as a hippie town, it offers the live music scene that features indie rock, folk, country and bluegrass favorites. This is perfect for guests who love the outdoors, this U.S city is filled with outdoor activities as well as urban excitement (image  by 350.org).

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Asheville, North Carolina City View

Portland, Oregon

This city is perfect for the young and the artsy; this is the city for people who want to have a good time. It is known as the happy hour city because it is able to offer twice as many happy hours fun than New York City. It is considered as the best beer city in the United States.

Denver, Colorado

This U.S city is known for its microbreweries and best of all the legal recreational marijuana that it provides.

It is also the home of the best museums and parks, this is perfect for tourists who are on a strict budget- the city has numerous free parks that people can explore.

Kansas City, Missouri

Tourists who love eclectic boutiques, art galleries and restaurants would love this area. It is also perfect for individuals who love eating on barbeque joints. Kansas is the city for food lovers and thrill seekers.

Seattle, Washington

This city is tagged as the coffee city of the U.S for a reason; it houses some of the best coffee franchises in the world. It is the birthplace of Starbucks; the place is a true coffee heaven wonder for tourists who like to taste almost every espresso recipe there is. This city is also known for having so many bookstores per capita (image by sjb4photos).

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Seattle, Washington City View

New Orleans, Louisiana

New Orleans is known for its active film and literary festivals as well as theater festivals, tourists are sure to watch sensational Broadway shows and other productions. The city caters to various cultural arts like classical music shows, opera and ballet performance. This city if perfect for art-lovers and those who want to feel the grandeur of the country.

Keep in mind that such journey between several destinations, in most cases, demands careful planning of accommodations, flights, ground transportation, and tickets to the various sites.  The best advice is the earlier you plan, the less surprises you will face.

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Related post:  The 5 Best Family Destinations in North America

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