Posted by -Morshedul Islam | 26 April 2018
If you are a first-time traveler to the USA chances are that you would be overwhelmed and intimidated all at the same time. This nervousness however will not last long if you have an itinerary charted out. Make sure you know the different cities in and out so that you will have a smooth traveling experience. Here is a small guide which will help you choose the best places to visit.
Situated in Waikiki, Hawaii is very popular for housing the sandy beaches. You are sure to feel relaxed and sunbathed too. Honolulu is situated in the Island of Oahu and is so filled with attractions. You wouldn't miss seeing the Diamond Head volcano even if you wish to. If you are the sporty kind, you will be amazed to find different water sports on offer at the Mamala Bay.
Traveling in Honolulu may pose a problem as the streets are clustered. You will benefit by renting a vehicle as there are a lot of parking facilities available. The entertainment is, in fact, unlimited and you would find yourself amazed at the monuments, art galleries and recreational activities available. A few of the attractions you cannot miss are the Aloha Tower Marketplace, the State Capitol Building, Hawaii Maritime Center, the Hawaii State Art Museum, and the Battleship Missouri Memorial at Pearl Harbor.
The western coast of Florida houses the city of Tampa, which has a seaport and a lot of waterfront areas. Tampa is called the cultural center of Florida for a good reason. It is home to two huge universities and a grand Tampa Bay arts performing center. Tampa is perfect for a holiday as it has number of beaches. The most noted tourist attraction is the Busch gardens which is a very famous theme park. You need to check out the Florida Aquarium, the Weeki Wachee Springs, Dinosaur World and the Raymond Stadium that hosts many football games. One of the popular festivals is the Gasparilla Pirate Festival, which is held in the month of January every year.
Being famous for its waterfront, the city of Seattle is situated between waters of Puget Sound and Lake Washington. It is home to the number of historic neighborhoods. If you are visiting this great city never leave without passing through Fisherman's Terminal, Boeing Factory, the Smith Tower Observation Deck, Safeco Field Stadium, Hing Hay Park, and the Seahawks Exhibition Center.
Offering a spectacular view is the Space Needle, which is, in reality, a must see. Other places worth a mention are the Science Fiction Museum and the Seattle Art Museum.
This guide is just a drop in the ocean, however it will give you a start to your travel plans.