America. Land of the free. Home of the brave. And host of the greatest cities on Earth. Below are some of the cities you must visit.
Orlando, Florida This city, located in America’s deep south, is packed with attractions and things to do as a family. You can visit The Wizarding World Of Harry Potter at Universal’s Islands of Adventure. You can take a trip to Discovery Cove and enjoy some stunning marine wildlife, like manta rays. You can, of course, visit the Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World. Then there is Sea World, Universal Studios, Florida. The list goes on and on.
But don’t let the major attractions grab all the limelight. Pay a visit to some of the city’s many theatres and performances. Why not drop into the city’s SAK comedy club, or watch the Festival of the Lion King with your kids?
Las Vegas Las Vegas has a global reputation for being one of the greatest shows on Earth. If you’re a seasoned gambler you can play some high-stakes rounds of poker in one of the city’s exclusive casinos. Or for something a little more relaxed, you can play the slot machines. If you’re not a gambler there’s always the option of just sitting back and taking the whole place in.
Plus there’s so much else to be getting on with besides putting your life’s savings on the line. Las Vegas hosts some of the most exciting restaurants in America. You can use the city as a base to explore the Grand Canyon. You can go on morning horseback rides in the Nevada desert. You can even have a Top Gun air combat experience in a real fighter jet.
Denver Denver, the capital of Colorado, right in the heart of the Rockies. When you arrive at Denver airport, why not take a trip to your hotel in style using Aspen Limo Service. Then, when you arrive, you’re ready for your next adventure.
In the winter, there is snow on the mountains near Denver. That’s why Denver is the biggest apres ski town in the world. It’s located about two hours away from most Front Range ski areas and has always been the centre of Colorado’s skiing community.
If you’re planning on staying in the city in the summer, make sure you visit the River North Art District. This part of the city is a buzzing, cultural hub, hosting many art galleries, restaurants, breweries and a winery.
If you finish exploring all that don’t forget there’s Denver zoo, the US mint, and the Buffalo Bill Museum.
New Orleans Hurricane Katrina was a devastating tragedy for New Orleans. Before the disaster, New Orleans had been one of the most beautiful cities in America. Even now, ten years on, the city is recovering.
But that doesn’t mean that it’s lost any of it’s former charm or anything that made the city great. Even after you’ve done Mardi Gras, you can enjoy the Po’boys, go for a spot of golf and engage with the city’s vibrant jazz scene.