4 US Cities You Should Tour Once in Your Lifetime

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Tourism isn’t dead, my friends. What is dead? Just sitting on your couch and wishing you went out and explored these rich U.S. cities only a couple thousand miles away from each other.


Travel not only enriches your life but it exposes you to new people, makes you a more well-rounded person, and helps you understand your surroundings better. Add a little bit of sightseeing to that, and you’ve got yourself a winning combination. Now, where exactly are the best places to tour and discover new things? Let’s look at the compiled list below for some fresh ideas.

  1. Austin, Texas

Austin is a great place to visit if you like toasty weather. Whether you like guided walking tours or bus tours, there is something to do for everyone. It has plenty of guided tour opportunities depending on what you’re into.

Austin had a prominent outdoor scene you can truly take advantage of more, and there is plenty of entertainment for foodies with various restaurants of different cuisines. The locals are more than welcoming and can make your visiting experience that much more worthwhile.

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  1. San Francisco, California

There is no shortage of tourist attractions in famous San Francisco. Everything from the Golden Gate Bridge to Twin Peaks, and even Fisherman’s Wharf are available for exploration with your friends or family.


If you want to get a little historic you can even ride the cable cars that serve as tour buses for newcomers who have a harder time dealing with climbing hills (the city is mostly built around them). If you’re feeling more outdoorsy while there, and no one would blame you because of the pristine weather for most of the year, the Golden Gate Park is a gorgeous destination to catch a breather and take in the beautiful scenery of budding flower arrangements.
  1. Manhattan, New York City

In Manhattan, you should not miss out on the bus tours. While they might seem cliche, they’re affordable and can give you a great guided tour of the most important landmarks.


An NYC tour is bound to make you fall in love with the lifestyle there, and can open your eyes to new ways of living. Besides checking out the skylines and high rise buildings, make sure you take the time to explore various small eateries scattered around town and get a real taste of NYC.  


Because of its popularity among tourists, NYC contains a thriving tourism friendly atmosphere that is complimented by multiple modes of transportation. So, you are never at a loss for things to do and places to see.  

4. Miami, Florida

Go to Miami if you want to encounter diverse people and diverse flavors from all around the world. Miami seems to be the hotspot of visitors not only from the surrounding states but from countries around the world looking to have fun. It’s hardly surprising since Miami is filled with everything you could ever hope to do, whether you're taking a big family trip or a getaway with a significant other.


In terms of tours, Miami also has you covered. It provides guided bus tours or even boat tours you can take to discover more of its intriguing hidden spots.  


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  1. Savannah, Georgia

Savannah is full of charm and history, if that's more up your alley. The way the city was built makes it great for walking, but you can also take bus tours. In Savannah, you can choose to go on a sightseeing tour of the area or even a riverboat ride. One of the highlights of Savannah are their dolphin tours (lasting up to 2 hours).

Time To Get The Travel Fun Started

Traveling opens up a whole new world for you. It’s a way to expand your horizons and make your life better. If you’re savvy, you can do it on a budget and save for your next adventure all at the same time.


While these big cities aren’t the only places to visit out of a myriad of hidden gems, they are definitely tried and true places to start. You can always venture out to neighboring cities if you’re feeling adventurous.

As we said in the beginning, tourism isn’t dead. And you definitely don’t have to travel out of the country to get a magical travel experience. All it takes is some planning and some will. Now, where will your travel adventures take you next?

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