Top 10 Tourist Destinations In The United States

New York City

In the year 2015, the city of New York was the most visited city in the country attracting approximately 58.3 million people, 12.3 million of who were international visitors

Yosemite

In 2016, slightly over five million people visited Yosemite National Park. The park in Northern California spans an area of 1,168.681 square meters and was designated as a World Heritage Site in 1984

Florida Keys

The Florida Keys are a set of islands off the southern coast of Florida. The islands make an ideal tourism destination for tourists seeking a tropical vacation.

Tennessee Smoky Mountains

The Great Smoky Mountains National Park in Tennessee is the busiest park in the US, having recorded approximately 11 million visitors in 2016.

Grand Canyon

The Grand Canyon in Arizona is a geological wonder shaped by millions of years of geological activities and carved by the Colorado River.

Michigan's Northern Peninsula

The northern part of Michigan often referred to as the Northern Peninsula, consist of wilderness and natural environment with only three percent of the Michigan population inhabiting the area.

Chicago

In 2016, 54.1 million local and foreign visitors toured the city of Chicago, a 1.5 million increase from the previous year.

New Orleans

New Orleans, Louisiana, is popular for the Jazz music and Mardi Gras celebrations. It is a city with a unique culture represented in food, music, and architecture

Drive Down California Coast

Driving along California's Pacific coastline is one of the most memorable drives a tourist will ever have. Starting from the Golden Gate in San Francisco through San Jose, Big Sur, Santa Barbara

Acadia National Park

Acadia National Park on the coast of Maine offers tourists with a memorable natural experience. Tourists engage in hiking and camping and experiencing scenic views of a jagged coastline and granite-domed mountains