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Phoenix, Arizona has the largest population of any state capital in the U.S., and is very popular with tourists looking to experience the desert, take in a round of golf, or sample the extremely good Mexican food available in the city.
Not to be confused with the Italian capital, Rome, Georgia isn't home to the Colosseum! However, it was named after the city by early European settlers, and remains a charming setting for many annual visitors.
Salem, Massachusetts – no longer famous only for witch trials. The historic buildings in the area and the restored Friendship of Salem ship are also extremely popular reasons visitors flock to Salem.
St. Louis, Missouri started out as a port city, but has since developed into an area popular with tourists for a wide variety of reasons, one of which including the 100+ well maintained parks throughout the city.
For many years the fastest growing city in the U.S., San Antonio, Texas is now one of the fastest growing tourist destinations, too. There are an estimated 26 million visitors annually, enjoying such attractions as Seaworld, the Alamo and the River Walk.
Salt Lake City, Utah was the home of the 2002 Winter Olympics, and remains a very popular destination for extreme sports fans who like to feel the ice beneath their feet. Not a sports person? There are also many historic buildings and churches to catch your eye.
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