Top 10 Must Visit American Cities

These are the top tourist destinations brought to us by way of the US of A. Welcome to And today we’re counting down our picks for the top ten must-visit American cities. Just to be clear: while we’re fully aware that the American continent itself is comprised of numerous nations, we’re focusing on cities specifically in the United states. As other American nations are home to dozens of other cities that deserve their own separate lists, we’re ranking these cities based on how beautiful they are, how fun they are and how much they have to offer tourists. Number 10: Honolulu Hawaii Hawaiian for “calm port”, It’s not difficult to see how this state capital received its name. While the city houses many run-of-the-mill modern views from the high-rises of Waikiki Beach to the consumer outlets of what’s touted as the world’s largest open-air shopping center, it continues to remain a must visit paradise for its natural landscapes and native habitats. This Modern Eden is the perfect destination for tourists seeking an exotic escape near the borders of the contemporary world. number 9: Washington D.C. It’s not just politics as usual in the United States Capital, There are tons of things to see and do. Visitors can enjoy the City’s inspiring and diverse architecture with both modern buildings and historic structures that range in style from Georgian revival and Beaux Arts to Romanesque and much more. Home to numerous national landmarks including the Lincoln Memorial, the National Mall, Capitol Hill and of course the White House, it should come as no surprise that tourism is the second most profitable industry in the district of Columbia. number 8: Miami, Florida Ranked not only as one of America’s cleanest cities but also one of the richest, this child of the sunshine state is filled with views of cityscapes and coastline, making it one of the crown jewels of America’s southeast. Another reason to visit Miami is for its reputation as the supposed capital of Latin America. The City earned that nickname for its large Spanish-speaking and cuban American populations. As a destination for a perfect summer Getaway the City has garnered further prominence for its broad beaches, clean water and the port of Miami, currently dubbed the Cruise capital of the World. number 7: Boston, Massachusetts Located on the coast of one of America’s four Commonwealth States Massachusetts’ capital is a city rich in history, culture and business. Home to countless tourist hotspots like Fenway Park, Faneuil Hall and the old statehouse on the freedom trail, the city’s built environment embodies an unmatchable charm that perfectly preserves the spirit of a Colonial America meshed in a modern world. Today the capital continues to thrive with its proud achievements in medicine and higher education, the buildings and sites of which have garnered their own special breed of tourism. Number six, Las Vegas, Nevada. It’s gone by many other names from epithets including Glitter Gulch and the entertainment capital of the world but most famously Vegas is known as “Sin City”. Renowned for its ultimate tourist destination, “the strip”, Las Vegas is home to some of the world’s largest and most popular Mega Resort casinos and hotels. While it has recently begun drawing in more families and retirees Vegas and its collection of worlds within a single neon realm remains a prominent tourist destination for its novelty architecture, nightlife, gaming grounds and live entertainment, adult or not. Number 5: Los Angeles, California Known as “the city of angels” this colorful metropolis is home to a broad diversity of peoples and subcultures that make LA a world of its own. While popular tourist attractions in Los Angeles like Santa Monica Beverly Hills and Hollywood as well as other California cities like San Diego remain an absolute must, there are many other reasons to visit the film industry capital of the world. From the expanding nightlife in its downtown district to its thrilling amusement parks to its gorgeous scenery to its many museums Los Angeles has something for everyone, especially lovers of the movie Industry. number 4: New Orleans, Louisiana Another tourist destination rich in history and culture thanks to its reputation as the birthplace of jazz, New Orleans stands as the perfect Southern Belle in the form of a city. Garnering prominence for its legendary French quarter and the infamous nightlife Boulevard appropriately named Bourbon Street this city is crammed with all sorts of contained and colorful chaos, regardless of whether or not it’s time for Mardi Gras. Anarchic Avenues Aside Magazine Street just one of many other decorative and eccentric corners of the City is home to boutique shops and Antique stores with goodies that you’ll swear are from another world. Number 3: Chicago, Illinois Taking the third spot on our list is America’s third most populated city with an ever-growing Metropolitan area often referred to as Chicagoland, the Windy City’s history and Modern day evolution continues to attract more outsiders for tourists mainstays like cuisine sightseeing and sports, as it’s one of the few American cities to have professional athletic teams in all major sports leagues. Couple Bears and Cubs fans with historical landmarks like the Chicago Theatre, the Navy Pier and a magnificent skyline and you have a criminally underrated city worth visiting. Number two: San Francisco, California. As a center of culture and Commerce in Northern California this must visit city acts as central headquarters for dozens of contemporary enterprises including Gap and Twitter to name a few. Prominent for its wide array of architectural styles and areas like the famous Hippie District Haight-Ashbury. It’s cable cars and tourist attractions like the Golden Gate bridge, Lombard Street , Alamo Square and Alcatraz San Francisco should easily make the list of every building buff and sightseers’ musts. The cherry on top here is the City’s fine history as an epicenter of Progressive movements attracting diverse groups of visitors from every Generation. Before we unveil our top pick here are some honorable mentions. Number One: New York City, New York. Taking top honors on our list is the Big Apple, home to countless millions and Lady Liberty herself. Dubbed “the city that never sleeps” NYC is the hub of numerous multi-billion-dollar enterprises with Wall Street serving as the front line of all the commercial madness. Business aside the city is prominent for its unbeatable and breathtaking cityscape views, its appreciation for the Arts and its vivid individuals that bring it all to life year round. Whether you’re shopping or eating or heading to Central park to one of the city’s various quaint neighborhoods like Soho, or the West village to tourist Hotspots like the Empire state building or to one of the many world-class museums New York City is the place to see and be seen. Do you agree with our list? With so many other beautiful cities to choose from we’re sure we’ve missed a few of your favorites. Which American cities are at the top of your travel wish list? For more informative travel videos and entertainment top 10s be sure to subscribe to

100 thoughts on “Top 10 Must Visit American Cities”

  1. I’m french after my studies i Want to live in USA and i think SLC or Portand, Denver is a beautiful cities

  2. Hawaii is so damn underated it has black sand beaches, white sand beaches, snorkling, surfing, swimming, landmarks, nice people good food, and extremely low crime rate

  3. Bozeman MT is a beautiful and extremely safe city. More importantly, if global warming is not contained, Bozeman will be one of the cities,standing in the northern hemisphere.

  4. Cities I personally wish to visit one day if i'm capable
    -Santa Fe, NM
    -Mason City, IA
    -Newport, RI
    -Tulsa, OK
    -Kansas City, MO
    -Juneau, AK
    -Portland, OR
    -Denver, CO
    -Pittsburgh, PA
    -Baltimore, MD
    -Detroit, MI

    Also most of the cities in the video seem really cool too


  6. If you believe that "America" is one country, how can "North America" (the north part of "America" )and "South America" (the South part of "America") be two separate continents?? EITHER NORTH AMERICA IS THE NORTH PART OF A CONTINENT OR THE NORTH PART OF A COUNTRY. Which is it? I leave it up to you to choose, just make up your mind without contradictons. I also suggest you show me a map (google or whatever) where the U.S. is called "America" If you feel sad because the country between Mexico and Canada does not have a name, I'll help you find one: "Turkeyland" "Pilgrimmia" "Mayflowerland" "Trumpland" or a little more seriously: COLUMBIA. Heads up, kid!

  7. Go to America as a tourist ? Are you nuts? They have no history, they have no manners, they have no culture.  It is truly a very strange country where the people choose an insane president, walk around with weapons in their pockets, and think there are all sorts of other reasons why people shoot each other. Their morals are double and triple, almost morbid. I recommend Russia.

  8. Your country is beautiful! I love your country so much, can you help me get a visa? I'm a civil engineer diploma

  9. 1 new York my top 10
    2 la
    4san Diego
    5San Fran
    7 DC
    8 Boston
    11 why chicago is #11 because of the violence but just don't go the balck hoods gettho

  10. Bias video poll propaganda out of California…see this recent poll that contradicts this video polling, below.. California ranked the worst.
    Miami clean? You must be kidding. Dirty as hell too. Unscientific poll.

  11. Really appreciate this video….

  12. "Epi-THET, not TET." Jeez!
    Also, they mention Magazine St. but not the Garden District in New Orleans? Absurd! The Garden District is like a larger version of Savannah/Charleston, but even prettier! And Magazine Street is within its confines. Mojo don't know.

  13. Also, why Vegas as a must-see?! Unless you're into cheesy Vegas shows or gambling, what is there? Just empty glitz. Pshaw! You could have included Charleston, SC, or a beautiful western city in its stead!

  14. Memphis ? where is Philadelphia ? the only city in america to be listed as a world heritage sight —parts of it are like walking through the 18th century

  15. San Francisco: If you like the smell of human shit in the morning, the sight of street people having an obvious mental breakdowns and stepping on used drug needles, this is the city for you.

  16. My top cities that I already visited them

    New york, New york
    Chicago, Illinois
    San Francisco, California
    Philadelphia, Pensylvania
    Boston, Massachusett
    Seattle, Washington
    Miami, Florida
    Houston, texas
    Denver, Colorado
    Atlanta, Georgia
    Los angeles, California
    Washington, Distric of Columbia (DC)
    Saint Louis, Missouri
    Honolulu, Hawaii
    Baltimore, Maryland
    Detroit, Michigan
    Las vegas, Nevada
    Cleaveland, Ohio
    Pittsburg, Pensylvania
    Portland, Oregon
    Cincinnati, Ohio
    Dallas, Texas
    Sanantonio, Texas
    New orleans, Louisiana
    Memphis, Tennessee
    Richmond, Virginia
    Sandiego, California
    Orlando, Florida
    Nashvill, Tennessee
    Phoenix, Arizona
    Indianapolis, Indiana
    Minneapolis, Minesota

  17. Frisco not so much today. Unless you wanna see the world's largest dump for drug needles and human waste on the streets.

  18. My fav countries beside India is USA,Japan , China, Australia,UAE, Singapore, Maldives, Malaysia,UK,Italy and Thailand

  19. I lived (for more than a year) in or near 3 of them (Chicago, Los Angeles and Honolulu)! I am now living 30 miles away from San Francisco.

  20. NYC is my fav city … love it every time i visit there .. spring is best time to visit …. always carry few things when travelling
    1) Travel Pillow (i prefer twisted one )
    2) Lightweight bag
    3) Water bottle
    4) All weather Soes for both men and women

  21. Where the hell is philadelphia? Should be within the top 5 and easily over Boston. Birthplace and original capital of the United states. This is coming from a fellow Bostonian. Decent list though..

  22. A very amusing video, thanks. Guys, please do not forget to visit Liberty State Park in New Jersey! Check this out!

  23. I pray God if I can ever have an opportunity to see American soil by my eyes that's my American dream and it's the country I love from the deepest part of my heart

  24. You should mention as a Washington DC attraction the wax museum. I haven't heard much about it since I visited DC when I was almost 9 which I personally think makes it underrated it's definitely worth checking out. I was very moved by the John F Kennedy assassination exhibit & I was just a baby when it happened. And the biblical wax museum. Of course we're talking between 45 & 50 years ago so things can seriously deteriorate to quite unimpressive in that amount of time so I guess I'm recommending in the assumption it hasn't changed much in half a century & I doubt that.

  25. I've been to Las Vegas, San fransisco, Washington DC I saw the Washington Monument the Lincoln Memorial in the pool I've been to Atlanta Georgia I've been to Maine Florida and Key West Marathon Island Miami Los Angeles, lived in new York city. Bronx, Coney Island Brooklyn Harlem Staten Island New Jersey Connecticut Danbury Connecticut Stamford Connecticut Waterbury Mount Rushmore North and South Dakota I've been to Duluth Detroit Michigan Chicago

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  27. Don't understand why you should visit L. A., it's a giant shit hole.
    There are definitely more beautiful cities to visit in the USA

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