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Top 5 Places to Visit in the USA

I told myself this year that I am going to travel! I have to travel, I am freaking young, single, and not with kids, so that means I need to live my best life while I can. Of course, I want to travel the world because let’s face it the world is incredible! However, I definitely have a ton of place I need to travel to that are in the USA! There are many places to visit in the USA, and I am going to share with you my top 5.

If you think of more awesome places or if you’ve been to some of these places comment and let me know!

My Top 5 Places to

Places to visit in the USA


Yes, I am a Cali Girl, but I’ve NEVER been to Northern California. It is kind of a separate state than Southern California, well to me – lol.

Yes, I am a Cali Girl, but I've NEVER been to Northern California. It is kind of a separate state than Southern California, well to me - lol. Click To Tweet

I think watching Full House as a kid made me want to visit NoCal. Who knows? 🤷🏾‍♀️

The Golden Gate Bridge is a place I have to see and take a picture of (with me in it). Anytime you see that bridge you know what bridge it is; it is legendary!

Plus I hear San Francisco has the largest China Town in the country! That’s insane!

There is also the DE YOUNG MUSEUM that I have to check out whenever I visit, I’ve wanted to go to a museum for a while now, and that one seems perfect.

Did I miss anything? Probably so…

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I think a majority of people want to visit New York one day even if they are not from the USA. If you think about it, NYC is a great place to visit in the USA.

However, I do not just want to do New York City, but also Brooklyn (gotta check out the FAMOUS Dumbo) and there is also Manhattan.

I’ll probably need to be there for a minute to check out everything New York has to offer. As an American, I have to see the Statue of Liberty (in real life), so of course, that’s on the list.


Don’t judge, I know Central Park is a well-known park in the USA, and a lot of people put that on their places to visit in the USA list, but I want to visit Central Park, because of FRIENDS – lol.

A must do, take a photo of the fantastic, famous Time Square!

Are any New Yorkers reading this? Did I miss something?



I gotta check out the 305! I’ve been to Florida twice, but I’ve always been to Orlando never Miami. Therefore, it is a must in my visit in the USA checklist.

My plans for Miami, honestly, is to relax, hang out at the beach and…the Museum of Ice Cream!

I do not want to drink and club all day every day; it’s just not my style.

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I mean who doesn’t want to visit the Big Easy! I’ve never met a person who excluded New Orleans off of their places to visit in the USA list. It’s unheard of.

Gotta check out Bourbon Street, duh!

Honestly, all I want to do in NOLA is go to Bourbon Street and eat some good food.

I know that’s not a lot but, what can I say? 🙃



Washington DC is the countries capital, so I need to see it.

I think a lot of people want to see the country’s capital and it is on their places to visit in the USA list. Maybe I’ll see the Obamas – lol (probably not).

Don’t judge, but seeing the White House isn’t on the top of my list. I can’t explain why…it just isn’t.

However, seeing the Lincoln Memorial and the National Mall is something I would love to visit while in D.C. Granted they are in the same area…

I’ll love to see where Martin Luther King Jr. had his famous “I had a Dream” speech. That is an incredible part of history that I wish schools would teach more of.

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Ok friends, those are my top 5 places I’d love to visit in the USA! I hope you enjoyed the post and tell me if there are more excellent places that I forgot about.


  1. I have been to three out of the 5 places that you have mentioned in this blog. I must say you did a great job incorporating all the special facts about each city, and you have convinced me to now plan a trip to New Orleans and San Fran. Keep up the good work!

  2. I’ve been to all of these cities, but San Francisco doesn’t really count because my family basically just drove through it when I was a little kid, and all I remember is the Golden Gate Bridge. I also haven’t spent very much time in Miami. I’ve only been there twice. Both visits were in January, and both visits were very short.

    I love New Orleans, but I haven’t been in ages! I’ve told my husband that I really want us to go for a long weekend together. My last visit was before we even met! D.C. is also on my list of places to revisit with my husband since both of my trips were when I was still in school.

    I used to live in the suburbs of NYC, so I’ve spent more time there than of these other cities. 🙂 I still didn’t get into the city very often because I had to walk 30 minutes to the train station and then take a 45-minute train into the city, which was a lot of effort on a Saturday if I had to be back home to work by 6pm.

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