New York City is one of the most unique cities in the world. It is the largest city in the US and a major capital city for finance, fashion, publishing, advertising, arts, communication, and education. The port city also has constant traffic all through the year and this makes it one of the richest cities in the US. It is also the rightful contender as the first city you should visit if you are in the US. Attractions like Times Square, the Broadway Theater District, Wall Street, Manhattan's Chinatown, Statue of Liberty, Empire State Building, etc. are some of the highly photographed attractions in the world and pull in millions of tourists every year. Apart from these attractions, the city is a melting pot of cultures with a variety of art, performance, foods, and fashion.
California has several large cities that have great weather but the crowning glory of the state is San Francisco. The city has a great micro-climate of cool summers and mild winters and tourists flock to the city all through the year. Attractions like the Golden Gate Bridge, the prison island of Alcatraz, downtown Chinatown, the Golden Gate National Recreation Area, etc. are very popular with locals and tourists. The city enjoys a solid nightlife and hosts some of the best performing arts companies in the US. Must-visits for music fans include the San Francisco Opera, the San Francisco Ballet, the Fillmore, and The American Conservatory Theater. Museums like San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, California Academy of Sciences, the Morrison Planetarium, etc are a must visit while in the city.
We already know that Hawaii is pretty but Honolulu is like a tiny gorgeous pearl of a city located right in the middle of the stunning island. The city is host to a huge variety of cultures and exhibits a melting pot of East-West cultures, traditions, foods and religions. If you have the privilege of visiting the island-city, don't forget to see Lili?uokalani Botanical Garden, Hawaii's Opera Theater, Bishops Museum, Foster Botanical Garden, Iolani Palance, and the Honolulu Museum of Art. Hawaii is also famous for its nightlife, fine seafood and live music. Almost every club and pub will offer unique food and music festivals that are a must-visit during tourist season.
Washington D.C. may be the political capital of the most powerful country in the world but it is also one of the prettiest and historic cities in the world as well. Historical venues like the National Mall, Lincoln Memorial, the Washington Monument, the National World War II Memorial, the Korean War Veterans Memorial, the National Archives, the Smithsonian, and of course, the White House; are just a fraction of the attractions in the city. The Smithsonian alone can take an entire year to explore and it is truly one of the marvels of the modern world. The city is also a center for performing arts with the JFK Center for Performing Arts being one of the most coveted performing venues for emerging artists. The city is also famous for its food joints with popular restaurants like Ben's Chili, Old Ebbitt Grill, the Occidental Grill, and Martin's Tavern being popular joints for locals and tourists.
Miami is beautiful. The port city is famous for its year-long summery weather, vast green spaces, clear streets, and hopping nightlife. The city is also a nodal center for arts, music, education, fashion, and much, much more. Tourists to the city flock to the music festivals like the Calle Ocho Festival held at vast performing avenues like the Florida Grand Opera, the Gusman Center for Performing Arts, Jackie Gleason Theater, and Ring Theater. The city has pristine beaches, thousands of museums like the Frost Art Museum and a hopping nightlife dominated by Cuban, Colombian, French West Indies, and Brazilian musical influences. Miami is also home to a unique fusion cuisine called the Floribbean style of cooking.