Everyone knows about Las Vegas and its alluring attractions. The desert-based casino city has already been immortalized in print and TV media for its stunning casinos and associated attractions. If not for anything else, the city is a must-visit for its live music and theater shows, fine dining, and some of the best nightclubs in the world.
The Windy City is one of the most populous cities in the US with more than 9.5 million people calling the city home. If you are visiting the city, the waterfront area is one of the most beautiful areas with world-class restaurants and international-level musical establishments. The area also leads directly to little China, the Puerto Rican Enclave, Greektown, Little Seoul, Indian, and Little Vietnam with their own cultural and ethnic influences. Apart from local attractions, Chicago also has great ballet, theater, nightlife, and alternative art scenes.
New Orleans is seeing a revival that has not been seen anywhere in the US since the early 2000s. The city was devastated by Hurricane Katrina but a ton of effort has managed to bring back the beautiful city to at least 50% of its original beauty. The beautiful architecture of the city is a must-see and a quick visit to the Historic District Landmarks Commission will direct you to the right spots to stop and gawk. Of course, New Orleans is the birthplace of Jazz and a visit to the city is incomplete without checking out the local nightlife, live music bands, antique shops, and the ethnic food. The French Quarter, in particular, is a must-visit for its unique atmosphere and beautiful architecture.
Boston is an educational hub with several large universities located in and around the city. This makes the city a hub for young adults and the city demonstrates this in the form of cutting-edge music, food, art, and dramatics. Try the beautiful local museums like Boston Children's Museum, the Boston Fire Museum, Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum and the Commonwealth Museum. Visit the Freedom Trail that covers Colonial Revolutionary Boston or just enjoy world-class restaurants offering unique international and local specialties.
Philadelphia is a small city but it is responsible for creating the Philly cheesesteak and the soft pretzel. These two dishes alone are more than enough to warrant a visit to the city. Apart from cuisine, the city also has some of the best outdoor sculptures and murals in the US.