The United States, with its incredible variety of city highlights, makes the hearts of city travelers from all over the world beat faster. Follow us across all the US states to the most beautiful cities in America!
New York City - "The Big Apple"- magically attracts millions of visitors every year. Whether for shopping, sightseeing, or business, New York City is always worth a visit!
Los Angeles is the second-largest city in America and the largest in California. It has many facets, but it is best known for the glittering dream world of Hollywood.
San Francisco is considered one of the most beautiful cities in the USA, not only because of its proximity to the Pacific Ocean and the Central Valley. The sights and atmosphere also make it something very special.
Las Vegas is the largest city in Nevada and is located in the Mojave Desert. It lives mainly from tourism. Many people travel to Las Vegas to try their luck in one of the numerous casinos.
Chicago is a city of many cultural influences. Once the scene of fierce gangster legends and Prohibition, the Windy City is now one of the most modern cities in the United States.
Washington D.C. is the capital of America. The name is composed of the first American president George Washington and "Colombia", an obsolete poetic expression for the USA.
Miami is probably not the most spacious city in Florida, but it is probably the most famous.
Thanks to its climate, culture, and dream beaches, it is one of the most popular destinations in Florida.
The iconic city of Seattle in the US state of Washington is famous for being particularly green and cool. At the same time, it is an important cultural and economic center.
The city of Boston is known for its cultural diversity. Thanks to its people and the opportunities to go out and have fun, Boston is one of the most attractive cities in the USA.
Atlanta is a great city for expats looking for a fresh start. Travelers will also enjoy unforgettable days in Georgia's capital among top sights like The World of Coca Cola, Centennial Olympic Park, and Stone Mountain.
The capital of Hawaii offers dream beaches and sunshine as well as many natural and cultural highlights. Join us on the islands of bliss in relaxed Honolulu!
The 13 founding states of the USA settled on the East Coast. That is why the metropolises on the Atlantic are today characterized by a wealth of cultural and historical highlights, but also by great liveliness.
Lose yourself in electrifying New York City, the "city that never sleeps," where you can visit some of the most iconic landmarks in the USA, such as the Statue of Liberty, the Empire State Building, or Central Park. Also, don't miss the excellent music and cultural scene in Boston, Massachusetts.
Explore the former capital of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, where the Declaration of Independence was signed, and trace the history of the United States. Afterwards, you can head to Washington D.C., today's headquarters of US politics.
Visit Seattle, the "Emerald City," whose huge harbor is one of the most important commercial hubs in the United States. Get carried away by the laid-back lifestyle of the former hippie stronghold San Francisco and then follow the world-famous Highway 1 to Los Angeles, the home of stars and starlets.
Located near the Mexican border, idyllic San Diego is known for a particularly high quality of life. And some 400 km from the coast, the entertainment capital of the world, glittering Las Vegas with its casinos and shows, rises out of the desert.
The southern states of the USA will definitely wrap you around their finger with their unique charm. Relax on the dream beaches of Miami and then plunge into the nightlife. Or let yourself be enchanted by jazz sounds and French-inspired colonial architecture in New Orleans, the capital of music.
In the urban jungle of the fast-growing metropolis of Atlanta in Georgia, you're bound to get lost. In Dallas, Texas, you'll find cowboy scenery and great barbecue. Also, don't forget to visit the sun-drenched capital of Phoenix on a trip to the desert state of Arizona.
The Great Lakes region has long been more than just a major industrial center in the United States. In visionary Chicago, Illinois, you can not only follow in the footsteps of master architects but also discover a great art and museum scene.
Minneapolis in Minnesota, on the other hand, is known for its great theater density, and Detroit in Michigan is not only the automobile capital of the USA but also a cultural metropolis that constantly reinvents itself.
Are you always looking for something special? Then, you'll find the long journey to the two "exotic" US states, Hawaii and Alaska, worthwhile! In Honolulu, you can surf at the famous Waikiki Beach or soak up the relaxed vibes of the Hawaiian island paradise.
In Anchorage, the northernmost major city in America, on the other hand, the unique skyline of the surrounding Chugach Mountains will amaze you!
You have visited all your favorite cities in the USA, and want to have a break from the hustle and bustle? Then go on a tour of your favorite US states, and take some time out in nature discovering the best national parks in the USA!