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You don't have to go out of your way to sightsee in NYC – wherever you roam you'll find yourself face-to-face with an architectural giant or classic movie locale. The camera loves New York and so will you, from Central Park to the Rock, from the One World Observatory to the brownstones of Brooklyn.
From man–made wonders to natural wonders, Las Vegas has it all! Bask yourself in the heat of the desert and visit would–famous sights such as the Grand Canyon and the Hoover Dam. Enjoy the spectacular city lights from the sky, take in the Bellagio fountain show, and round off a day with a jaw-dropping, gravity-defying show with Cirque Du Soleil.
If you wander this waterfront city's cobbled streets, you'll come across photogenic landmarks at all compass points. The two-and-a-half mile Freedom Trail guarantees you'll cover them all, but we recommend you let youself be led by your curiosity as you go; wandering into intriguing basement boutiques in historic brownstone buildings, down to the waterfront's superb seafood restaurants, and around teh city's many outstanding museums and art galleries.
Washington, D.C. is home to so many internationally famous monuments and museums that it's easy to feel like you know it already. But trust us on this – seeing D.C.'s iconic sights in the movies and experiencing them first hand is not the same.
Live to sightsee and snap photos? Chicago's stratospheric skyline includes some of architecture's big hitters including the Willis Tower, as well as some fantastic sights to while away the hours, such as Trump Tower, Skydeck Chicago, and plenty of museums.
Los Angeles has cornered the market in blockbuster glitz and glamour, but the City of Angels is so much more than the 'must sees' of Hollywood and Beverly Hills. The LA Live entertainment centre is home to the unique Grammy Museum, and it's easy to hop on the subway over to Universal Studios, or down to Santa Monica.
As cosmopolitan cities go, San Francisco is a wonderful enigma. home to the highest of high-tech companies and an enduring 1960s counter-culture vibe – an openness to infinite possibilities fuels both and gives San Fran a uniquely go-with-the-flow energy.
Doing very little but with great style is very much in vogue here, but once you've taken all the spa-induced pamering you can stand, you won't be short of things to do. Hop in the cable car for stellar views from the San Jacinto mountains, or head out of town to visit the Joshua Tree National Park.
Okay, so the States' first capital and the city that saw the signing of the Declaration of Independence might prioritise its official top attractions differently but that's the thing about Philly – while proud of its fascinating history, it wears it with a relaxed conviviality that the similarly heritage-rich Washington, D.C. can't match.