New York City is essential to your American experience. You havent seen America until youve followed Broadway all the way to Times Square, stepped out of the subway at the foot of soaring skyscrapers, or grabbed a hot dog or pretzel from a cart in the street. We think you need at least two days to take it all in.
The nations capital is full of fun (and FREE) activities for visitors from around the world. Walk along the National Mall from the Capitol Building to Lincoln Memorial and visit one of the Smithsonian Institution museums along the way, such as the Air and Space Museum and Natural History Museum. On the way we’ll stop at the White House and take some photos on the lawn around the Washington Monument.
Philadephia & Atlantic City
Visit the City of Brotherly Love, where the founders of the United States signed the Declaration of Independence and where you can still see the Liberty Bell. After spending the day in Philly, we'll head to Atlantic City (AC). Stroll along the boardwalk, do some outlet shopping, go to an amusement park, or test your luck in one of the casinos!
Stretch out on the beach, take in famous architecture, or shop the Magnificent Mile - ALL on the shores of the gorgeous and incredibly blue Lake Michigan. For thrill seekers, step out onto the glass platform on the 103rd floor of the Sears Tower for a stunning view, 1,353 feet up. And if you STILL have time, take in a Cubs baseball game at Wrigley Field - nothing is more American than an afternoon at the ballpark!
Must Go Trips
Roadtrip to Niagara Falls
You’ve seen them in the movies, and now you can see them in person. Take a ride on the Maid of the Mist and feel the water for yourself; there’s more of it here, rushing more quickly over the falls than at any other waterfall in the world. Stay at the closest hotel to the Falls to make sure you don't miss any of the action.
Let's check in at hotel in downtown San Francisco visit Lombard Street, Golden Gate Bridge, Fishermans Wharf, Union Square and many others important places. After two days in San Francisco check out and leave for another two days in Los Angeles. First of all we are going to have a pit stop for a few hours in Santa Monica Beach and after that head to Hollywood, we'll check in close to Walk of Fame and Dolby Theatre, so feel free to have a walk around most important places in Hollywood. Next day is starting by visiting Beverly Hills, Hollywood sign and Universal Studios. Last but not least four days were everyone is having moments that last forever in Fabulous Las Vegas, get ready for pool parties, nightclubs and be careful with gambling. In one of this 4 days we are going to escape for one day at places like Hoover Dam and Grand Canyon.
No country beats the United States when it comes to amusement parks, so be sure to test your courage at one of these crazy fun destinations! Test your nerves on award winning roller coasters, relax in a tube on a lazy river ride, or take in a show – all within an easy drive from New York or Philadelphia. Six Flags has some of the fastest, tallest, and craziest rides in the United States.