The Strip, Central Park, the Empire State Building, the Grand Canyon, Zion National Park, the Golden Gate Bridge… need we go on? You’ll be living a real American dream on this holiday.
Packed with more famous sites than you can wave a pastrami sandwich at, walking through the Big Apple is kind of like stepping onto the set of a high-budget Hollywood blockbuster. Except this time around, the camera's firmly set on you.
Fly daily from London Heathrow or Manchester to New York with Virgin Atlantic
Immerse yourself at the epic centre of theatre with a Broadway show. Complete this epic trip with an unforgettable trip down New York's fashion district, the one and only 5th Avenue.
Arrive in the dazzling Las Vegas, eat in world-famous hotels perhaps enjoy the 'City of Lights' from the best view possible: THE SKY! Spend your days in Vegas taking in Cirque du Soleil®, Broadway musicals and other spectacular shows and try your luck in the casinos.
One of the many appealing sights of Las Vegas is the amount of theme hotels and casinos, you could spend all day travelling up and down The Strip exploring each one and it's offerings. Don't forget the historic downtown Freemont Street with its LED canopy lightshow you can zipline under.
Hills aside, San Francisco makes sightseeing pretty easy. Its waterfront strip lays out many must-sees, from Golden Gate Bridge to Pier 39, Alcatraz, and Ghirardelli Square. Its shop-till-you-drop centre connects Chinatown’s curio shops, Union Square’s boutiques, and Westfield’s big brands. And you’ll find Golden Gate Park and the Painted Ladies of Alamo Square linked by Haight-Asbury.
This may be a landmark-packed city but, if you find time to step outside San Fran, a quick trip across the Golden Gate Bridge takes you to the colossal redwoods of Muir Woods, the beauty of Stinson Beach, and the swanky yet sweet seaside community of Sausalito, with its postcard panoramas of San Francisco’s hills.
Please note: Manchester flights run daily during the summer months, and 3 times a week during winter months.