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The Top Places to Fall in Love With United States of America

1Las Vegas

411 properties in Las Vegas

Welcome to Las Vegas

Famed for its glamorous casinos, celebrity visitors and endless streams of entertainment, Las Vegas buzzes with activity 24/7. Located in the heart of the Nevada desert, this city is called the Entertainment Capital of the World for a reason.

What Travelers Love About Las Vegas

  • Entertainment

    55,348 recommendations

  • Nightlife

    48,061 recommendations

  • Gambling

    46,296 recommendations

  • Shopping

    34,892 recommendations


343 properties in Atlanta

Welcome to Atlanta

Home to the world’s busiest airport and a vibrant arts scene, Atlanta has an important role in US history. The gateway to the American South, it's home to barbecue and hundreds of peach trees that make it a surprisingly green city.

What Travelers Love About Atlanta

  • Shopping

    7,532 recommendations

  • Food

    7,484 recommendations

  • Aquariums

    7,289 recommendations

  • Nightlife

    6,150 recommendations

3Los Angeles

1,730 properties in Los Angeles

Welcome to Los Angeles

Exploring Los Angeles, the place where movies are made, you feel like you’re in a dream. Santa Monica Pier is the end point of the fabled Route 66, while just south is bohemian Venice Beach, lined by tall, swaying palms. Go slightly inland from the boardwalk to catch a glimpse of the canals that earned the area its name.

What Travelers Love About Los Angeles

  • Beaches

    20,052 recommendations

  • Universal Studios

    19,741 recommendations

  • Sightseeing

    18,512 recommendations

  • Shopping

    17,546 recommendations

4San Diego

1,029 properties in San Diego

Welcome to San Diego

Sweeping along the coast against a mountain backdrop, San Diego has easy living down to a fine art. Its wonderful beaches and mild climate make it a favorite spring break destination, and with over 40 city breweries, there are plenty of ice cold beers to set the mood.

What Travelers Love About San Diego

  • Beaches

    16,528 recommendations

  • Relaxation

    11,906 recommendations

  • Warm Weather

    11,827 recommendations

  • Food

    10,802 recommendations

Best places to see in United States of America

Coastal Recreation Trail
The old Southern Pacific Railway used to chug along this coast. These days, cyclists and rollerbladers zip up and down the eighteen miles of paved pathways that stretch alongside Monterey Bay. Along the way, rocky coves turn to sandy strands, and surfers share the waves with sea otters. Light up a barbecue on the shore and lap up the magnificent Pacific Ocean sunset.
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AT&T Park
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Root for the home team here. Home to the San Francisco Giants, this ballpark gives baseball games an exquisite Bay backdrop. Of course foodie-centric San Fran brings its love of locally sourced, organic-food fusions to the stadium. Dig into grilled Gruyère, curry-dusted sweet potatoes, or even something from the edible garden while you wait for a home run.
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Stadiums or Arenas
Looking to make your trip a home run? Home to the San Diego Padres, PETCO Park is like Downtown’s backyard, where San Diegans come to kick back and catch a ball game. If you don’t want a seat in the stands, Park at the Park’s lawn lets you watch the game from the comfort of your picnic blanket. The stadium also plays host to outdoor concerts and events.
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Monterey State Beach
There’s always a buzz about this beach. When surf’s up, paddle-boarders zip along the froth and surf fishermen cast their lines out to sea. When the tide’s out, beach combers and dog walkers roam the still-glistening sands. Pack a picnic and take in all the sights and sounds – just watch out for swooping seagulls that will gladly pinch your lunch!
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Lombard Street
The world’s “crookedest” street zigs and zags, and zig-zags again. If you’re prone to motion sickness, Lombard Street might be better seen from outside a moving vehicle. Car traffic is downhill only, and the speed limit is 5 mph. These 27-degree turns swerve through a picturesque—albeit steep—area. Instead of driving, take an urban hike to the top and watch the cars descend.
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El Estero Park
This park draws all kinds of Montereyans. Joggers wind around its trails and work up a sweat at outdoor gym stations. Lovey-dovey couples pedal boats on the lagoon, and teenagers kick-flip their way around the skate park. At Dennis the Menace Playground, all manner of mischief is encouraged – it’s got enough slides and swings to keep any little rascal occupied.
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