As the world’s most populous nation and the second largest economy, the United States is home to the greatest concentration of tourist attractions anywhere in the world. While the United States tourism industry remains largely untouched by the global recession, some tourism attractions, such as the Statue of Liberty, remain unaffected by the economic downturn. There is an overwhelming amount of tourist attractions and activities to experience in this country.
The United States is a large country of fifty states covering a huge swath of North America, from Alaska to Hawaii stretching its presence into the Atlantic Ocean. Major urban centers are in New York, the financial and cultural center of the country, and major coastal cities such as San Francisco and Seattle. Midwestern metropolises like Chicago and Los Angeles are well known for cultural diversity and high-tech industry, while central and western cities, such as Houston, Atlanta, Phoenix, Denver, Salt Lake City, Las Vegas, Phoenix, Seattle, and San Diego have become world-class vacation destinations.
The country is also home to numerous national parks and historic sites, which draw millions of visitors annually to these tourist attractions and activities. Some of the most popular National Park areas include the Grand Canyon, Statue of Liberty, Arlington National Cemetery, and the Statue of Liberty National Monument.
Alaska is one of the world class adventure destinations for outdoor enthusiasts. It is home to world class skiing resorts such as the Kenai Fjords, Denali National Park, and many others. The state also hosts the world’s third highest active volcano – Mount McKinley, which is considered to be one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World. In fact, it is one of the most popular vacation destinations for Americans who enjoy traveling abroad to experience new cultures and learn new things.
Tourists can also take a trip to the Evergreen State, which has some of the most beautiful scenery and landscapes imaginable. The Evergreen Mountains, which forms the eastern edge of Glacier National Park, contains some of the most beautiful scenery and wildlife that exist anywhere in the United States. The Evergreen wilderness also boasts some of the most impressive wildlife species of birds in North America, including Black-necked Stilts, Bald Eagle, Northern Puffbird, and more. Visitors can also spend their days hiking and bird watching in a variety of scenic locations in the state. This state is also home to the Snowy mountains, the third highest mountain in Alaska.
The state of Texas has been the home to many famous places and attractions throughout the years. Texas is home to three of the seven major national parks in the United States, as well as the headquarters for the U.S Department of the Interior. The Dallas Fort Worth International Airport is one of the busiest airports in the world. Texas is home to the world’s largest oil refineries. The Dallas Cowboys Football Club and the NBA’s Texas Stars also play in the city.
The Great Outdoors of Texas is a state park that attracts millions of visitors each year. The state is home to some of the most beautiful and unique wildlife anywhere in the world. The Big Bend National Park features the largest stretch of Texas desert in the United States and is home to a number of endangered species of birds and wildlife. The Panhandle State Park in Galveston is home to some of the most breathtaking views in the entire country, including a stretch of the Gulf of Mexico coastline called the Texas Panhandle that is among the most beautiful stretches of water anywhere in America.
There are countless other American tourist attractions that travelers can see in Texas. If you are planning to travel to the state for your next vacation, make sure to explore all of the great things that this state has to offer.