USA Travel

San Francisco’s Sightseeing Musts

San Francisco is the most European of all American cities and a city that keeps amazing people with its beauty and tolerance. People smile a lot here, traffic jams tend to be caused by drivers insisting the other guy goes first, and diversity can be seen at every time in every way. The Coit Tower The Coit Tower, according to ... Read More »

It’s A Witchy Witch World: Salem, Massachusetts

That time of the year is slowly approaching, a day when every man and woman are looking for a good fright. Halloween is will soon be upon us, and what better way to celebrate it then to discover a truly horrifying history of the town of Salem, Massachusetts. The city’s cultural identity is reflective of its role as the location ... Read More »

Oh St. Augustine, You Old Brick: What To Do In USA’s Oldest Town

St. Augustine’s rich heritage makes the city and its surroundings a beautifully unique getaway. It was founded in September 1565 by Don Pedro Menendez de Aviles of Spain. This town is the longest continually inhabited European-founded city in the United States, in short – “Nation’s Oldest City.” More than four centuries of history are constantly dwelling over every brick, wooden ... Read More »

A Pocket Full Of History: Taos Pueblo

If history is the thing that floats your boat when it comes to travel, you should definitely visit Taos Pueblo in New Mexico. Located just two miles northeast of the town of Taos, Taos Pueblo is the oldest of the communities in the area. It’s situated at the foot of Taos Mountain, and its two main buildings are the oldest ... Read More »

What To See In Washington D.C.

Rome wasn’t built in a day and Washington D.C. can’t be seen in a day. There’s just so much to see and do there! The city was designed by a Parisian, Pierre L’Enfant, and it still possesses the Parisian charm. By law, buildings can’t be higher than the width of the street they front, you can always see the sky. ... Read More »

Oregon Coast Trip: Places To Visit

The Oregon Coast is one of the trendiest summer USA destinations every year. Every summer, millions of tourists visit the quaint seaside towns and serene marinas, searching for an energy recharge and peaceful state of mind. The Oregon Coast is stretched over 350 miles of land, full of charming towns and lovely people. Astoria and its historical attractions Astoria is ... Read More »

Napa Valley: America’s Special Place

Napa Valley, California

Napa Valley is considered to be one of the premiere wine regions in the world, where wine productions date back to the nineteenth century. Apart from being the posh place for wine lovers and undercover bourgeoisie alcoholics alike, it is one of the most beautiful locations in America. It has a Frenchy-romantic feeling to it which Americans, like we all ... Read More »

Sick Of The Summer Heat? Cool Off In Alaska

Isn’t it funny that people can’t wait for summer to arrive, and then when it finally does everyone’s sick of it because it’s “too hot”? You want to take a break from the constant sweating, concrete heat waves and low breathing capacity, but don’t know where to go? Imagine this: the perfect spring temperature, cool sea breezes, breathtaking scenery and ... Read More »

The Big Apple: A Big Deal

In 99% of bucket lists of people worldwide (all nationalities, races, sexual orientation, subcultures and hipster affiliation included), you will find a visit to New York City. It is so common that one begins to ask “What’s the big deal with NYC anyway?” Does anyway know? And no, “It’s so awesome, man” is not a valid answer. To find out ... Read More »

What’s So Great About Miami?

When travelers ponder on which USA city to visit, Miami has to be in the top 5. And although everyone wants to visit Miami in one point of their life or another, does anyone actually know why? So if you need some arguments for your visitation to this hot, sizzling city, look no further! First of all, you have the ... Read More »