Geographically diverse, the cultural melting pot that is the USA offers a little bit of something for everyone. From the glitz and glam of Hollywood to the bright lights of New York, travellers are spoilt for choice when it comes to planning their dream USA itinerary.
Visitors looking to catch the sunshine, and some waves, can hit up LA's famous beaches and shop til they drop on Rodeo Drive. Or, hire a convertible and hit the coast, take the famous Route 66 or visit the Napa Valley wineries and stay awhile.
For nightlife and entertainment, it's hard to look past the bustling casinos of Las Vegas, LA's club scene, or Bourbon Street in New Orleans. If you're looking to catch a show on Broadway or take in some of the most iconic architecture and amazing city skylines in the world, head to New York, or perhaps you'd rather immerse yourself in the arts and sporting culture of Chicago, the 'Windy City.'
San Francisco is a foodies dream, while the beaches and nightlife of Miami attract tourists all year round, with its warm climate.
If music is your thing, head to the deep south and take a historical music tour and visit Memphis; juxtaposed by the Polynesian culture of Hawaii, where you can relax and unwind on these breathtaking South Pacific islands.
Of the 58 National Parks throughout the USA, some of the best hiking and scenic sites can be found at the Grand Canyon and Yosemite, while those looking to feel at one with nature can enjoy the majestic beauty of Yellowstone.
Then, of course, there are the fantastic winter ski-resorts of Aspen, Tahoe, and Vail, (to name a few) attracting tourists from all over the world to brave the slopes.
December and February are the coldest months and best for skiing, although extreme weather does close airports. The time of year you choose to travel depends on the places and types of activities you select. June to September are the warmest months and peak tourist periods. One thing's for sure; you'll never run out of places to visit in the USA.