With the COVID-19 vaccination rollout continuing, travel restrictions are easing in many regions, and people can get moving again. If traveling is safe where you live, you probably can’t wait to take to the skies and whisk yourself away!
Let’s take a look at a few great American cities, ones that continue to attract tourists today.
There’s a live wire running through New York City at all hours of the day and night, helping it earn the title as “the city that never sleeps.” No matter what your passion is, New York City has the best version of it you’ll find anywhere.
For art lovers, the city boasts incomparable museums, and some are free at certain dates and times. From street food to Michelin Star restaurants, you’ll love the flavors of the city, and you don’t need to break the bank to eat something delicious.
The city that called home to jazz legends like Charlie Parker and Miles Davis still has incredible live music every night of the week until late in the morning. You can find cheap JFK parking deals online in a new model that makes getting to and from the airport inexpensive, so you can enjoy NYC for less money and with less stress.
San Fran has always been a major destination city since the time of the gold rush to those today chasing golden sunshine. The scenic hills that make up the physically smaller city than its outsized reputation may suggest offer beautiful climbs and a commanding view when you surmount the top.
If you’ve ever bitten into a tomato from California, you know how simple food tastes twice as delicious over there. San Francisco has been home to the gay community in The Castro district and was famously crawling with musician hippies like the Grateful Dead in the Haight-Ashbury area.
Go today, and you’ll see souvenirs and relics of these old iconic neighborhoods as well as contemporary signs that they’re still thriving today.
The birthplace of Louis Armstrong and Buddy Bolden is the historical home of jazz, and today street musicians are everywhere. Take a walk in the French Quarter and hear the best concert of your life without even having to step into a building or go to a famous venue like Tipitina’s for a real treat.
The Cajun delicacies and the lively sounds are sure to impress anybody: delectable food and inspirational music, what more could anybody want? Take a cruise on the Mississippi, go on a nighttime graveyard tour or a bayou tour, or, of course, visit during Mardi Gras.
The energy you’ll find in New Orleans inspired generations of musicians who changed the world, and you’re sure to love it too.
Thankfully, the COVID-19 vaccine continues to make the rounds, and travel is safe again. Explore these great American cities, and you’re sure to leave with something meaningful you’ll take with you forever.