From vibrant city life to white-sand beaches to awe-inspiring mountains, the United States is full of diverse destinations. It’s hard to narrow it down, but we’ve searched from coast-to-coast to find five “bucket list” worthy destinations. Whether you are looking for relaxation, romance or adventure, there is a destination for everyone.
New York City, New York
Arrive: Teterboro Airport (TEB) Westchester County White Plains Airport (HPN)
The Big Apple has it all: exciting nightlife, Michelin-Starred restaurants, Broadway theater, incredible museums and some of the best shopping in the world. A trip to NYC is a visually stunning experience when places like the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Guggenheim and the American Museum of Natural History are on your itinerary.
The Statue of Liberty, Central Park, Rockefeller Center, The High Line, Grand Central Station and Times Square are also must-see landmarks in the City that Never Sleeps. There simply isn’t enough time to see it all, but you can try from the observatory of the One World Trade Center.
Tip: Fly into Westchester County. Before making your way to NYC, you can enjoy fine dining, historic sites and even visit the church where Washington Irving’s, “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow” is based.
Jackson Hole, Wyoming
Arrive: Jackson Hole Airport (JAC)
Jackson Hole’s isolated location makes it the perfect place for a romantic getaway or an action-packed adventure. It may be known as the “Last Real Mountain Town” but you’ll find upscale accommodations, fine dining and notable art venues.
During warmer months, Jackson Hole offers fly-fishing, mountain biking and hiking. A stone’s throw from Yellowstone National Park and Grand Teton National Park, it is an outdoor lover’s paradise.
With access to more than 3,000 backcountry acres, Jackson Hole has long been a favorite among expert skiers. Three major ski resorts boast plenty of beginner and intermediate terrain as well.
Getting there is easy – fly into Jackson Hole Airport and you can be on the slopes in less than an hour. Your most difficult decision will be if you should visit in summer or in winter.
Miami Beach, Florida
Arrive: Miami Executive Airport (TMB)
Miami Beach is a treat for the senses. You’ll find miles of sandy shores, authentic Latin
American cuisine and legendary nightclubs on this island community.
Pastel-colored buildings and palm-trees abound in the South Beach Art Deco District. You’ll find more than 800 architecturally protected buildings plus dozens of art galleries and museums. Bike, rollerblade or simply stroll down Ocean Drive to take in all the sights.
Head to South Beach for sunbathing or an outdoor gym class. Traveling with pets? Miami Beach has a handful of beaches that allow dogs. Fido can roll in the sand, splash in the surf or run around one of the ocean-front dog parks.
At night, Miami Beach comes to life. Discover traditional cuisine from one of the city’s Colombian, Argentinian or Puerto Rican restaurants. After dinner, dance the night away at some of the most famed nightclubs in the world.
In Miami Beach the days are warm and the nights are next level. Fly into Miami Executive Airport to start your trip off right.
Arrive: Laurence G. Hanscom Field (BED)
History comes to life in the city considered to be the home of the American Revolution.
Boston’s two-and-a-half-mile Freedom Trail passes through 16 historically significant locations. You can stand at the site of the Boston Massacre, visit Paul Revere’s house or climb aboard “Old Ironsides,” the USS Constitution. You can even throw tea into the very same body of water where the Boston Tea Party took place more than 240 years ago.
As COVID-19 numbers continue to fall, we look forward to the day when it’s possible to attend concerts once again. The iconic Boston Symphony Hall is where you can find talented musicians from the Boston Symphony Orchestra and Boston Pops. We hope these remarkable performers will be able to take to the stage again soon.
A trip to Boston is not complete without a stop at Fenway Park, the nation’s oldest professional ballpark. Catch a Red Sox game or book a tour of the park. Stand atop Fenway’s fabled “Green Monster” to take in magnificent views and earn bragging rights among baseball fans.
Boston is also home to Harvard University, the nation’s oldest college, as well as the nation’s oldest bar, restaurant and continuously-operated hotel.
Young or old, you’ll find something to love in Boston. Fly into Logan International Airport then head out to find one of Boston’s world-famous lobster rolls.
Arrive: San Francisco International Airport (SFO)
Fly to the seaside town of Sausalito, California and you’ll be treated to an abundance of scenic vistas, trendy shops and seafood restaurants. This charming community sits across the Golden Gate Strait from San Francisco. Visit eclectic houseboat communities built after WWII by artists and other free spirits. Rent a bike or go on a leisurely stroll to take in the spectacular views of San Francisco and the Golden Gate Bridge.
Looking for an adrenaline rush? Head up the Pacific Coast Highway in a luxury convertible or sports car. If you’d rather see things from above, book a seaplane ride to fly over Point Bonita Lighthouse and the island prison of Alcatraz.
Whatever you choose to do, you’ll enjoy this laid-back town and its Mediterranean vibe. Fly into Marin County Airport and prepare to relax and unwind.
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