Major cities and regions to visit during your trip to the USA

From east to west and north to south, the United States has a lot to offer, from beautiful coastlines to majestic mountain ranges, from state-of-the-art metropolises to incredible natural scenery. There is definitely something for everyone! If you are still hesitating between what to see and visit in the USA, here are our recommendations!

New York

New York, the Big Apple, is a must for all travelers, especially if it is your first visit to the USA. The city is popular thanks to the famous yellow cabs that crisscross the city day and night. From Rockefeller Center to Times Square, via the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Broadway and Manhattan, the city that never sleeps keeps you on your toes 24/7.

The North East of the USA

Among the most popular itineraries, the North East of the USA is not left out. And for good reason, this American region includes 3 of the most interesting cities in the country: New York, Boston and Philadelphia. Whether you’re looking for modernity or have an insatiable hunger for history and culture, you’ll find the perfect blend of old and new in the Northeast. You won’t believe it!


This state is THE perfect destination for a family trip: the weather is pleasant and sunny most of the year, allowing for fun and exciting adventures for young and old alike! Florida is home to many theme parks such as Disney World and Universal Studios.


Would you like to stroll along Venice Beach, enjoy cocktails at the Beverley Hills Hotel, or window shop in the commercial districts of Los Angeles? Then California is for you! You can even take advantage of bus tours to see where your favorite stars live in Hollywood!

New Orleans

Known for its colorful festivals and crazy, fun-filled nightlife, New Orleans is considered the “go-to” city for parties. The cuisine is not to be outdone for lovers of Creole-influenced meals. New Orleans is one of the favorite destinations of the French, which is explained by the historical link between Louisiana and France.


Nevada is home to the city of all pleasures! Located in the desert, Las Vegas is not a place devoid of activities, on the contrary: luxurious hotels, gigantic casinos, excellent cuisine, high-end shopping, shows to dazzle you… You will never be bored in Las Vegas!

The White House

With no less than 132 rooms, 35 bathrooms, 6 floors, 412 doors, 147 windows, 28 fireplaces, 8 staircases and 3 elevators, the White House is the very symbol of the U.S. government around the world. Parts of this immaculate building are open to the public every day of the year to view the legendary decor and paintings of past presidents. As a foreigner, you should contact your embassy in Washington D.C. well in advance to arrange your visit.