New York City
Every first-time tourist wants to see the Statue of Liberty, Empire State Building, and Times Square.
Hollywood, celebrities, and Pacific Ocean breezes keep Los Angeles at the top of U.S. tourism.
Chicago, the "Second City," is second only to New York City in size and population. Chicago, the third-most populous city in the Midwest.
Most of Washington, D.C.'s miles of museums and monuments are free. This makes it one of the nation's most visited cities, especially by families and schools. Mount Vernon, Washington's estate.
Most Las Vegas visitors gamble at casinos. Blockbuster shows, world-class shopping, and top-notch restaurants make Las Vegas a desert paradise and top tourist destination.
San Francisco Bay's legendary city is known for its communities. San Francisco is a great base for Napa and Sonoma wine valley vacations.
Festivals, French customs, and a "laissez-faire" attitude make New Orleans a unique and popular destination for American and foreign visitors.
Asheville, North Carolina
Asheville is on the Blue Ridge Parkway, which offers stunning vistas of the southern Appalachians, and the Appalachian Trail runs down Main Street.
Hawaii, an island paradise and top U.S. destination, welcomes "aloha". Hawaii's beaches, volcanoes, and Pacific culture are ideal for getting away from it all.
Florida's miles of beaches, family-friendly attractions like Walt Disney World, and Latino culture and Art Deco design of Miami make it a top tourism destination.