Known as a great place to see the northern lights, this city also offers many extreme adventures, including snow-kiting and ice-bike racing.
Visit America’s first museum and theater, stroll through historic plantation gardens and savor Southern dining at its best in subtropical Charleston.
The downtown Baltimore area houses an array of international attractions. Inner Harbor is home to the National Aquarium of Baltimore where the dolphins perform daily.
One of the oldest cities in the United States, Boston dates back to 1630 and was the site of many key battles during the American Revolution.
Florida’s city of canals and sunshine; Fort Lauderdale is at the heart of South Florida’s Gold Coast, known for sunshine, golden beaches and boisterous Spring Break fun.
Numerous luxury hotels throughout Houston,Texas are situated in areas close to landmarks, scenic spots, and tourist attractions.
Take the kids for a swim in the ocean, pet sharks at the aquarium and explore museums and galleries in this laid-back beach city on California’s Pacific Coast.
The beaches of Santa Monica, boutiques along Beverly Hills’ tree-lined boulevards, and Universal Studios’ movie sets set the scene for a perfect West Coast break.
Head to this exclusive coastal stretch to see where the rich and famous hang out and enjoy pristine sands, glamorous boulevards and diverse beachside entertainment.
Manhattan is only about 24 square miles (62 square kilometers) in area, but people describe feeling as if they are in the center of the universe when they are here.
New Orleans charms with its energy and community spirit: Dixieland jazz, laid-back locals, cherished architecture and a distinctive French flair.
While a compact city, Orlando is known for its world-class theme parks, pristine golf courses, and the out-of-this-world space and science centers.
San Diego has a year-round mild climate with plenty of sunshine. Besides the largest U.S. naval base on the West Coast, the city offers more than 50 top tourist attractions.
Once the center of the counter-culture movement, San Francisco is now one of the world’s technology powerhouses and a hub for start-up companies.
Seattle is wedged between Puget Sound and Lake Washington and is nicknamed the Emerald City for its abundance, family fun and music.
The city of Tampa is Florida’s commercial hub, with a business district of banks and hi-tech companies, and a busy port for cruise ships and freighters.