April 14, 2021

10 Most Required Places by Americans to Visit After the Quarantine Measures Were Lifted

A lot of people were sick and tired of being quarantined at home. For sure they spent most of their time in front of the computer searching for their next travel destination as soon as it was safe again to travel.

With the summer approaching a lot of states started to reopen economies, national parks increased public access, and a lot of Americans were thinking of vacationing. As soon as the stay-at-home mandates were released, people started to feel better about traveling, and when it comes to Americans, they decided to explore their country more during this time.

Below you will find the top ten searches for vacation in the United States that were searched the most:

1. Orlando

The city of Orlando is located in Central Florida. It’s said by some to be one of the most family-friendly destinations in the world. Obvious highlights include The Walt Disney World Resort and Universal Orlando.

2. Honolulu

Honolulu is the famous capital of the state of Hawaii. This is the largest city in the state and it has a cool, cosmopolitan vibe and numerous white sand beaches flanked by beautiful parks and hiking trails. Waikiki is the most happening spot in the city, with a number of swanky resorts.

3. Las Vegas

The city of Las Vegas, in the state of Nevada, is nicknamed “Sin City” for a reason. It’s truly a big playground for adults. Here you’ll discover an exciting atmosphere and endless sunshine without having to go anywhere near a beach.

If the casinos on Fremont Street don’t interest you, no worries. You can visit M&M World, the Pinball Hall Of Fame, the Shark Reef in Mandalay Bay, and then eat at Dick’s Last Resort. Don’t forget to take pictures at the iconic “Welcome to Las Vegas” sign.

4. Miami

The beach city of Miami in the state of Florida hosted over 8 million tourists in 2018. The nation’s seventh-largest metropolis, it’s the true cultural center of South Florida. Must-see attractions include Coral Castle, the Venetian Pool, Jungle Island, and the Perez Art Museum

5. Cancun

Cancun is a popular city in Mexico. It’s located on the coast of the Yucatán Peninsula in Quintana Roo on the Caribbean Sea. Multiple travel options and numerous resorts help keep prices pretty competitive. If you tire of the tourist spots, take a trip to Cancun Underwater Museum, or go to Dolphin Beach or pretty Playa Defines to see the stunning vistas of the sea. The all-inclusive vacation packages at the resorts are generally good bargains.

6. Maui

The island of Maui in the state of Hawaii is generally thought to be one of the planet’s most romantic places. It is quite famous for its beautiful beaches and stunning sunrises and sunsets. Veteran visitors suggest signing on for a dinner cruise and praise the wonderful evening views. If you like swimming and impressive tropical fish then head to the Turtle Arches reef for a memorable snorkeling trip. Check out the islands from the sky and take a helicopter tour of Maui and Molokai too.

7. London

This city in England isn’t a state or even a US territory but for many Americans it is historically-speaking the source of their “roots.” London is large on attractions, culture, food, and shopping. It has its own elegant yet funky charm.

See the original Madame Tussauds, the Tate Modern, and the famous Tower of London. Despite the obviousness, you really should see famous Buckingham Palace too.

8. Los Angeles

Los Angeles is a major metropolis in California. It is the second most populous city in the US. At least 7,250,000 tourists visited “the City of Angels” last year.

The city is well-known for its marvelous Mediterranean climate and the surviving entertainment industry. A list of “must-see” attractions would include Disneyland, the iconic Hollywood sign, Griffith Observatory, the Hollywood Walk of Fame, Grauman’s Chinese Theatre, Paramount Pictures, Das Bunker, and Olvera Street. Foodies should dine at Casa de Campo, Mercados, and Raffaello Ristorante.

9. Denver

The city of Denver is the capital of the state of Colorado. One thing you simply must do at least once is take your picture with the famous Blue Bear. Shopaholics will want to put on comfy shoes and search for souvenirs along the mile-long pedestrian mall, the 16th Street Mall.

10. San Juan

The city of San Juan is the capital of Puerto Rico. While Puerto Rico isn’t a state it is an unincorporated territory of the USA. It’s also Puerto Rico’s most important seaport and tourism center.

It is traditionally popular with Americans who want an island feel but don’t want to stray too far from home. History buffs will love Fort San Felipe del Morro and La Fortaleza. Other well-known tourist attractions include Condado, Isla Verde, Ocean Park, Old San Juan, the Book Museum, and the popular Bacardi Distillery.