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    5 Destinations That Throw You Deep Into U.S. Culture

    5 Destinations That Throw You Deep Into U.S. Culture

    For many travelers in and out of the country, destinations across the U.S. are high on any bucket list.

    The melting pot of cultures and history captivates eager travelers, and the sheer size means there’s always something different around every corner.

    If you are planning a trip and want to dive headfirst into the crown jewels of U.S. culture, here are five destinations that tick all your boxes and scratch all your itches.

    Los Angeles, California

    No matter who you are, there was a point in your life where you wanted to be famous, regardless of how fleeting it was. Visiting Los Angeles and Hollywood lets you experience the glitz and the glamor of Tinseltown without needing to pay millions of dollars for a property overlooking the hills.

    The weather’s great, and there is so much cinematic history surrounding it that it’s ideal for movie buffs or anyone who wants to indulge in celebrity culture because America arguably birthed the very idea of celebrity.

    New York City, New York

    New York is often considered the most popular state in the country, and it gives you a fantastic balance against the decadent appeal of LA. There’s enough culture and history here to appeal to music and theater fans, which makes it ideal for a weekend away, although you’ll want to stay longer. Visit New York City during the winter when the snowfall is heavy to experience something magical.

    Nashville, Tennessee

    Also known as Music City, there is a lot to love about Nashville, Tennessee. If you’re a first-time visitor, you can do all the tourist spots and finish the evening watching one of the many live bands scattered across the city. Make sure to visit Main Street to fully seep into the culture and maybe even embrace some inspiration for your next creative venture.

    New Orleans, Louisiana

    Staying in the South, New Orleans, Louisiana is one of the most exciting and vibrant places on the continent and, arguably throughout the entire world. If you visit during Mardi Gras, you can indulge in absolute anarchy for all the right reasons. Of course, if you’d prefer to take things a little slower, NOLA is still a great place to be any other time of the year. Stop by a local restaurant for some authentic gumbo to understand why people love the area so much.

    Route 66

    When you think of America, you think of the road trip. There is arguably no other place in the world where driving from one side to the other is so exciting, even if you’re spending long stretches in the middle of nowhere. This Route 66 road trip guide highlights everything you need to see along the way, and you must stop by all of the weird and wonderful roadside attractions that you won’t find in any other country.

    USA! USA! USA!

    For all the bad press it gets from Europe, there are still plenty of places across the country that astound visitors. It doesn’t matter if you live in the U.S. or are traveling through. These destinations should be high on your list the next time you visit so you can get the best idea of what America truly is.

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