3 Days in the U.S.
The United States is huge, and each state has something different to offer. If you are visiting form a different country, you should spend at least a week here. If you don’t have the time, these are the things you must do to get the most out of the American experience.
Whether you’re from Italy, China, Japan, or anywhere else, you’ll be sure to find an Americanized version of your home country’s food. Because America is a nation of immigrants, many people brought over their family recipes and adapted them for a different palate. Embrace the experience and enjoy the American take on your favorite foods.
Wander the Cities
Each major city in the United States has landmarks, some more iconic than others. No matter which destination, we highly suggest you wander the streets and try to find the best sights that you’ve seen in books, movies, and TV shows over the years.
Go to a National Park
In whichever state you choose to visit, there is bound to be a wonderful national park only a drive away. Admission fees will vary, and each environment is unique, but whichever you go to, you will have a great experience seeing the natural wonders of North America.
Learn About U.S. History
Especially if you find yourself in the nation’s capital, you should take the time to visit a monument or museum to learn more about U.S. history. America’s history is short compared to other nations, but it is still interesting nonetheless.
See the Nation’s Wildlife
As a bonus to your national park trip or anywhere you travel, the country is home to some fantastic animals that you can’t find anywhere else. From grizzly bears to colorful fish to the bald eagle, break out the binoculars and wander around in search of these animals