Acapulco, Mexico
Long before the popularity of Cancun had spiked among tourists, Acapulco was the original Mexican resort town. Still a hugely popular tourist destination, Acapulco sits on Mexico’s Pacific coast and is bordered by the rugged Sierra Madre mountains and stunning Acapulco Bay. Even among the…   read more

Alabama, United States
From its history and deep south feel, to its beaches and outdoor offerings, Alabama is truly a diverse state with something for everyone. Alabama has a long history with race relations. It was an integral state in the Civil Rights movement and its role is celebrated throughout the state in the for…   read more

Alaska, United States
Alaska is an untamed and bountiful state. The icy mountain peaks seem tall enough to pierce the prismatic Northern Lights, which beautifully scar the night sky. From kayaking among glaciers and icebergs, to getting cozy with bears, wolves and moose on a wildlife expedition or taking a hike through…   read more

Albany, New York
Albany, New York, the state capital, sits on the west bank of the Hudson River, about 150 miles north of New York City. Albany was permanently settled in 1614, and is the oldest surviving settlement from the original thirteen colonies, and the oldest continuously chartered city in the United…   read more

Alberta, Canada
Alberta occupies the western edge of the Canadian prairie, and some aspects of the Albertan culture are iconic of the prairie lands; farms and cowboys come immediately to mind. However, it is the imposing beauty of the Canadian Rockies and boreal northern forests that travelers flock to the…   read more

Albuquerque, New Mexico
Straddling the Rio Grande, Albuquerque is the largest city in New Mexico and offers a number of wonderfful attractions, colorful scenery and a Southwestern culture all its own. Mountains looming majestically above the high desert, magnificent sunsets, and the stark splendor of dramatic landscapes,…   read more

Alton, Illinois
Rich with history, the Alton Museum of History and Art is a cultural exhibition and acknowledgment of the outstanding accomplishments of some of Alton’s most inspiring citizens.   The site gives visitors a glimpse into the past with its decorated rooms which pays homage to…   read more

Amelia Island, Florida
Overflowing with white beaches, historical monuments, chic boutiques, and beautiful parks, Amelia Island is a magical paradise.  Its silky oceans are home to exotic creatures like manatees, sea otters, and dolphins.   Within its green forests, sounds from exquisite birds such as…   read more

Anaheim, California
If traveling to Anaheim, California, chances are pretty good that you’ve got Disney on the mind. Home to the world-famous group of theme parks and hotels, Anaheim’s Disneyland has become the city’s largest tourist attraction since opening its doors in 1955. The additions of the…   read more

Anchorage, Alaska
Nature lovers won't want to miss a trip to Alaska's biggest city, Anchorage. Home to two-fifths of the state's population, Anchorage boasts some of America's most breathtaking scenery. Framed in by the Chugash Mountains and due south of Mt. McKinley, Anchorage is a favorite stopove…   read more

Annapolis, Maryland
Annapolis, Maryland’s state capital, boasts a rich maritime heritage mingled with abundant and spectacular parks, fabulous museums and historic sites, chic specialty shops, and other attractions. Located on the banks of the Severn River, which flows into the Chesapeake Bay, Annapolis is…   read more

Arizona, United States
Arizona's desert climate provides hot summers and mild winters, perfect for snow birds looking to make an escape from the blistering cold. One of the state's biggest attractions is the Grand Canyon, which is also one of the world's seven natural wonders. Take part in the many activitie…   read more

Arkansas, United States
If you're looking for an outdoorsy vacation, Arkansas serves as the perfect locale. The state which is located in America's southern region boasts mountains, hot springs and plains and it is remarkably affordable, especially for a family vacation.Originally a mining hub, you can still mine…   read more

Aspen, Colorado
With picture-perfect scenery, the city of Aspen, Colorado, sits in a valley high within the Rocky Mountains. Though commonly regarded as an international winter playground for the rich, there still remains a small-town feel to this western ski resort with a population of under 6,000. Winter sports…   read more

Astoria, Oregon
Ahoy captain! You are generously invited to experience an adventure far beyond the sea.  Have you ever wanted to steer a ship? If so, I have the place for you.  The Columbia River Maritime Museum is a spectacular exhibition of impressive nautical artifacts.  From shipwrecks to…   read more

Atlanta, Georgia
The sprawling, beautiful city of Atlanta, Georgia, not only has a defined place in civil rights history, but is also a swelling tree-lined hub of commerce and tourism in the Southern U.S. With a myriad of shopping, dining and entertainment options, this self-dubbed “capital of the…   read more

Augusta, Maine
Augusta is the capital of the U.S. state of Maine. The city's population was 18,560 at the 2000 census, making it the third-smallest state capital after Montpelier, Vt., and Pierre, S.D., Located on the Kennebec River, it’s home to the University of Maine at Augusta.Some sites of interes…   read more

Austin, Texas
As the self-dubbed “Live Music Capital of the World,” Austin, Texas is a city abuzz with the electric spirit of young musicians, artists, entrepreneurs and cowboys. Walk down Sixth Street at any hour of the day and you’ll find just about every genre of music being played from…   read more

Bainbridge Island, Washington
The Bainbridge Island Historical Museum is a treasure chest filled with artifacts and photographs revealing secrets about a rich society.  Visitors are invited to roam the decorated halls and rooms that are bursting with facts and findings, which have influenced an all-American civilization…   read more

Ballwin, Missouri
Surrounded with a rich environment, Ballwin, Missouri, United States is a peaceful and dynamic city.  It is a destination where you are generously greeted with friendly faces, warm smiles, and charming sceneries.  So pleasant are its amenities, this city has been chosen by Money Magazine…   read more

Baltimore, Maryland
Visitors flock to Baltimore, Maryland, for a taste of the city’s world-famous seafood and to enjoy one of its many festivals and events, such as Restaurant Week and the annual Preakness Stakes. Just about all visitors make a stop at Baltimore’s Inner Harbor, home to many popular…   read more

Bar Harbor, Maine
A luxurious and coastal getaway, Bar Harbor invites you to explore its magnificent landscape painted with nature’s pleasures and iconic jewels.  With the Acadia National Park in its backyard, the town is surrounded by such beautiful sights that flow from the bottom of the tranquil lakes…   read more

Bath, Maine
Glistening alongside the Kennebec River, Bath, Maine is an ideal destination to enjoy the splendid combinations of history and nature.  It is a small city with a profound cultural punch, boasting a dynamic maritime, natural beauty, and charming atmosphere. It is no wonder why Bath has been…   read more

Baton Rouge, Louisiana
As the capital of Louisiana, Baton Rouge offers travelers a blend of Creole and Cajun influences on everything from the delectable local cuisine to the thriving art scene.  The unique architecture ranges from neo-gothic to modern, which can be seen in any Baton Rouge building such as the…   read more

Beaufort, South Carolina
Step back into time and visit one of South Carolina’s most precious jewels, Beaufort.  This historic town quietly nestles under a rich heritage bursting with stories of its African American ancestors and ancient traditions that have shaped the city’s unique culture.  Whether…   read more

Beaver Creek, Colorado
Host to the exciting annual Birds of Prey Men's World Cup, the Beaver Creek Mountain summons all adventurers upon its grandest peaks.  The mountain’s core is rocked by the shouts of anxious spectators as legendary skiers glide through the powdery slopes, hastily making their way to…   read more

Bermuda
Bermuda is a self-governing British overseas territory located in the Atlantic Ocean north of the Caribbean.  The island offers a unique blend of colonial history and island heritage, which has given birth to colorful local legends and rich traditions. Bermuda is Britain's oldest colony,…   read more

Billings, Montana
If you desire a place of splendor and old charm, Billings, Montana, United States is the destination for you.  With miles of trails to explore, this city has an open door to its many adventures.  So come learn about an American beauty, where nature and culture harmoniously reside.…   read more

Bird-In-Hand, Pennsylvania
It began around 1732 when Bird- In- Hand was a popular stomping ground for farmers traveling along the Old Pennsylvania Pike.  This area was known for its supply of inns, represented by painted pictures, which made it easy for travelers of all ethnicities to recognize the inns.  After tw…   read more

Birmingham, Alabama
Sitting at the cross section of two railroads, in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains, Birmingham is the largest city in Alabama and was once the industrial leader of the southern United States. During the manufacturing age the population grew so rapidly it was nicknamed the "Magic…   read more

Bismarck, North Dakota
Bismarck, North Dakota, is a capital city filled with numerous state parks, biking and hiking trails, historic Lewis and Clark attractions and performance and fine art venues.  Visitors to Bismarck can enjoy a peaceful escape filled with nature, wildlife, the arts and American history. …   read more

Block Island, Rhode Island
Overlooking the Atlantic Ocean and blessed with miles of sandy beaches reflecting its timeless beauty, Block Island is one of Rhode Island’s unnoticed possessions but never forgotten.  This pock-sized island is uniquely defined by its fascinating history and small community filled with…   read more

Boise, Idaho
Located at the foothills of the Rocky Mountains, Boise, Idaho, is a fantastic city filled with both traditional and non-traditional sights and attractions.  As the capital of Idaho, Boise is the most populous city in the state, as well as being named the number one safest city to live in…   read more

Boothbay Harbor, Maine
A splendid maritime town, Boothbay is one of Maine’s hidden surprises, but certainly never forgotten.  Showcasing a harbor full of seafood and painted with colorful boats, it is no wonder why its population takes a dramatic soar during the summer.   Whether you explore this…   read more

Boston, Massachusetts
Boston, Massachusetts, is one of the most historical, cultural, political and financially driven hubs of the United States. It has everything that a big city could offer -- a youthful and dynamic population, an assorted ethnic makeup, major league sports teams, a rich performing arts heritage and …   read more

Bozeman, Montana
From the powdery mountainsides to the verdant wilderness of the Gallatin National Forest, Bozeman, Montana, United States is a treasure trove beaming with nature’s gems.  This tourist magnet is attractive all year round, as each season awakens your deepest vacation dreams with a…   read more

Branson, Missouri
Highly recognized as “The Live Music Show Capital of the World”, you cannot explore the captivating town of Branson without catching one of its electrifying live entertainment shows.  The artistic performances flowing throughout its array of theaters are ear shot away, awaking the…   read more

Breckenridge, Colorado
With snowcapped mountaintops twinkling below the heavens and the Blue River flowing at its feet, Breckenridge, Colorado is an alfresco playground sitting in the heart of the Rockies.   This destination is filled with old mountain beauty as North America’s highest chairlift…   read more

Bristol, Rhode Island
Lapped in a beauty reflected from the Narragansett and Mount Hope Bay, Bristol, Rhode Island embodies the charismatic atmosphere of a true seafaring community.  The city remains a significant piece to America’s puzzle as a symbol of patriotism and pride, derived from a past overshadowed…   read more

Britannia Beach, British Columbia
Out of the veins of Britannia Beach’s mine emerged a fascinating town deeply rooted in history.  The Mine Museum is the heart of Britannia Beach, showering the impact of copper mining on all of its guests.  Upon discovery, the museum will transport you on a magical journey through…   read more

British Columbia, Canada
The provincial motto of British Columbia (BC), “Splendor without Diminishment,” is more than just a virtuous environmental concept. Containing more than 1,000 provincial parks and protected areas, as well as seven Canadian National Parks, British Columbia is more than 14 percent…   read more

Bryce Canyon, Utah
An impressive cluster of orange and red rock towers rise out of the ground causing a majestic contrast of colors reflected by the dazzling sun. Bryce Canyon City, Utah holds the key to Bryce Canyon International Park, a vision too magnificent to be missed.  The park is a natural beauty, a…   read more

Buffalo, New York
Buffalo, New York is a compelling city, not only known for its famous chicken wings but also for its eventful history.  This impressive New Yorker is a symbol of American pride manifested in the form of iconic landmarks and architecture.  The city is where you will find...   read more

Calgary, Alberta
The Calgary area was settled by Europeans but has been inhabited for 11,000 years and the first were the Pre-Clovis people. Calgary is located between the Canadian Rockies and the Canadian Prairies. It is well placed for a variety of winter sports and is known for its ecotourism. There are a numbe…   read more

California, United States
Whether you've seen the HOLLYWOOD sign countless times in movies, or you think you haven't had great wine until you've stumbled through Napa, the fact remains that the only true way to experience California is to go there. When planning a trip, many automatically think of the…   read more

Canada
Canada: the land of ice hockey and curling, polar bears and ice road trucking, North America’s vast northern country is made up of 10 provinces and three nearly uninhabitable arctic territories. The vast Canadian landscape offers up some intense weather, sure, but don't dismiss the…   read more

Carson City, Nevada
Named after frontiersman Kit Carson, historic Carson City, Nevada, is the state’s capital. While its beginnings were humble (it started as a trading post and stopover for gold prospectors in the mid-1800s), it boomed when the Comstock Lode — largest silver find in world history —…   read more

Charleston, South Carolina
With a rich 300-year history, today’s Charleston, South Carolina, has been described as a “living museum,” one of America's most beautifully-preserved architectural and historical treasures. Visitors here can stand on the site of the first shot in the Civil War, come face to…  read more

Charleston, West Virginia
The capital of West Virginia, Charleston provides a great combination of rustic outdoors as well as sophistication. Located just miles from downtown, Kanawha State Forest is a great spot for camping, hiking, mountain biking and skiing. Cato Park has an executive par 3 golf course, an Olympic size…   read more

Charlotte, North Carolina
Charlotte, North Carolina’s not-to-be-missed cultural, entertainment, sporting and historical mainstays, make it a city like no other. The coasters at Carowinds, the rousing races at Charlotte Motor Speedway, the boisterous Broadway performances at NC Blumenthal Performing Arts Center, and s…   read more

Chattanooga, Tennessee
Experience thundering waterfalls, breathtaking views, world-renowned attractions, venture more than 1,000 feet underground or tour the world-famous Tennessee Aquarium –  all of these experiences are available in Chattanooga, Tennessee.With its convenient location, gorgeous…   read more

Cheyenne, Wyoming
Cheyenne, Wyoming, the state’s largest city and capital, is among the best of the West, with cowboys, rodeos, ranches, railroads historic hotels, and western food, entertainment, art and artifacts. Situated on the front range of the Rocky Mountains, Cheyenne offers a slew of attractions that…   read more

Chicago, Illinois
Chicago, Illinois, has emerged as a no-holds-barred city that offers everything from world-renowned museums and cutting-edge architecture to mouth-watering cuisine and side-splitting comedy clubs. This city is second to none, and definitely don’t try comparing it to New York City. “Chi…   read more

Cincinnati, Ohio
The 15-county Cincinnati, Ohio, known for rolling hills, wooded suburbs and a revitalized downtown riverfront, is one of Fortune Magazine's top 10 places in the country to live and work.On both shores of the Ohio River, Cincinnati is experiencing phenomenal growth and investing in itself,…   read more

Clearwater, Florida
Miles of white-sand beaches are your main reason for a visit to Clearwater, Florida, and they certainly won’t disappoint you. Many of the local beaches have been recognized for their beauty, health, sand and water quality, safety and variety of recreational offerings. Clearwater’s grea…   read more

Cleveland, Ohio
Located on the southern shore of Lake Erie, Cleveland, Ohio, is perhaps best known as the home of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum. But the city is home to plenty more, from professional sports teams to the second-largest performing arts center in the country, from family-friendly…   read more

Colorado, United States
Amid some of the most breathtaking mountain scenery in the United States, Colorado is a state that offers both the untamed and rustic,  as well as the sophisticated and luxurious. The state’s booming cities of Denver, Colorado Springs and Boulder give way to the glamorous resorts of…   read more

Colorado Springs, Colorado
Nestled at the base of Pikes Peak; Colorado Springs, Colorado is a unique and refreshing destination that is a blend of outdoor recreation, diverse culture, and Western Americana. Geological formations, turbulent waterfalls and mighty mountain backdrops set the scene for travelers who come here in…   read more

Columbia, South Carolina
Columbia, South Carolina, the capitol and largest city in that state, is known for its Southern hospitality; dining and nightlife hot spots; parks, gardens and outdoor activities. It also celebrates its past with numerous historical sites.Visitors to the city are drawn to its abundant natural…   read more

Columbus, Ohio
The state capital, Columbus, is the largest city in Ohio and the 15th largest city in the U.S. Located in Central Ohio at the intersection of Interstates 70 and 71, the city is within a one-day drive or a one-hour flight of 60 percent of the population of the U.S.It’s easy to get to, so…   read more

Concord, New Hampshire
Concord, New Hampshire, may not be a typical bustling U.S. state capital, but what it lacks in urban excitement, it makes up for with rural charm. A combination of history and nature, downtown Concord is made up of original Colonial buildings, including the State House and City Hall, and is also…   read more

Connecticut, United States
America's third smallest state, Connecticut, often doesn't strike most as a bustling tourist destination but beneath the surface the state has a lot to offer. The state borders the Long Island Sound and has strong nautical traditions. The town of Mystic has a lively seaport with lots of…   read more

Dallas, Texas
Made to be the land of really big everything; Dallas, Texas is a popular southern tourist destination complete with world-class shopping, dining options and attractions. Though big hair, hats and hospitality is still the name of the game, the city has become a fast-growing hotspot for nightlife an…   read more

Daytona Beach, Florida
The name says it all; this destination’s spectacular beach is its main attraction. The Daytona Beach, Florida, area, of course, is also known for the world-famous annual car race that it is home to: the Daytona 500.The area’s magnificent beach runs 23 miles long and up to 500 feet wide…   read more

Delaware, United States
From Colonial sites to its coastal neighborhoods, the first state, Delaware, is a great place for a family vacation. Settled by the Dutch in the 1600's, Delaware has had enormous roles in shaping much of America's history despite its tiny size. You can still view landmarks such as Fort…   read more

Denver, Colorado
As the nickname ‘Mile High City’ would suggest, Denver, Colorado sits at exactly 5,280 feet above sea level while wedged in between the majestic Rocky Mountains and Great Plains. As the capital of Colorado, Denver is the largest city in Middle America and boasts a blend of cosmopolitan…   read more

Des Moines, Iowa
Des Moines, Iowa, is home to one of the most famous state fairs, a historic 19th-century capitol, numerous annual festivals and an engaging downtown.Perhaps the most impressive site in Des Moines is the Iowa State Capitol building, built between 1871 and 1886 of different types of marble, art…   read more

Detroit, Michigan
Whether you know it as Motown, Motor City or The D, Detroit is shaking off its negative reputation and emerging as a revved-up and fascinating destination for tourists. The city is reviving its Downtown area with impressive museums, a lively arts scene and casino hotels, while its neighborhoods…   read more

Dover, Delaware
Dover is the capital of Delaware; it is a city rich with history, and was first founded by William Penn. It is also known for its shopping, NASCAR racing and other forms of entertainment. While in Dover, take advantage of the tax-free shopping. Downtown Dover is a thriving shopping area and the…   read more

Durham, North Carolina
Renowned for research and technology the Triangle also offers plenty of opportunities to play. See a show, tour a historic district, catch a ball game or sample the best in Southern fare. Durham, N.C., is serious about business and fun. With several large universities in the area, Durham offers a…   read more

Edmonton, Alberta
Edmonton is the capital city of the Canadian Province Alberta. It is the second largest city in the province and attributes its economic rebirth in the 1990s to the oil industry and since has broadened its economic base with an explosion of high tech industries. The downtown area continues to…   read more

El Paso, Texas
El Paso, Texas, located at the western tip of the state, is a blend of cultures and traditions from the Old West, Mexico and the Native Americans. Its history dates back to the Conquistadors, who arrived at the banks of the Rio Grande in 1598; and evidence of their influence can be seen in old…   read more

Florida, United States
Many visitors come for the beaches and the year-round sunshine. For others, it’s the magic of Disney World or the subtropical exploration of the mysterious Everglades. It might even be the laid-back island lifestyle of the Keys, or the Latin-infused hedonism of Miami. Whatever it is that…   read more

Florida Keys, Florida
The 125-mile island chain that makes up the Florida Keys starts at mainland Florida just south of Miami and reaches out over the Atlantic Ocean and Gulf of Mexico. The Florida Keys’ five regions include Key Largo, Islamorada, Marathon, Big Pine and the Lower Keys, and Key West. Each has its…   read more

Fort Lauderdale, Florida
Once best known as a raucous and rowdy Spring Break destination, today Fort Lauderdale, Florida is friendly and diverse resort town with stretches of golden beach, chic restaurants and multi-million dollar yachts peppering the marinas and Intracoastal Canals. Brimming with swanky boutiques, art…   read more

Fort Myers, Florida
Fort Myers on Florida’s southwest coast is a city of beaches, cultural sites and natural Florida beauty. Here you’ll have access to 50 miles of white sand beaches and 100-plus barrier and coastal islands.Beyond Fort Myers lie Sanibel and Captiva islands, Fort Myers Beach and more…   read more

Fort Worth, Texas
Fort Worth, Texas, is part of the greater Dallas area, but this city has a life of its own, with a mix of Western heritage, urban amenities and artistic offerings. It’s where visitors can see a cattle drive and a Michelangelo painting in the same city, depending on which of Fort Worth’…   read more

Frankfort, Kentucky
Frankfort might be the capital of Kentucky, but it remains a small town with fewer than 30,000 residents. But it boasts a vast array of architectural styles, landmarks and museums.Of course, most visitors will gravitate to the Capitol building, which was dedicated in 1910. The interior features…   read more

Fresno, California
Fresno is located in Central California between Los Angeles and San Francisco. The city is the cultural and economic center of the Fresno-Clovis metropolitan area. Fresno is the second largest metropolitan area in the Central Valley. The name Fresno is the Spanish-language word for the ash tree an…   read more

Galveston, Texas
Big spirits, big dreams, and a big heart make the small town of Galveston Island a true Texan.  The southern-flair is always nearby, bringing tourists and locals together under the radiant Texas light. Its 32 miles of pristine coastlines as well as its décor of Victorian architecture…   read more

Georgia, United States
Georgia is a state of diverse and natural beauty, with 100 miles of beaches, barrier islands, pine forests, fields of cotton and soybeans, lake country and mountain ranges. It’s also a state of major cities and small towns of historical and cultural significance. It boasts 63 parks, 48 of…   read more

Greenland
Some might be surprised to learn that Greenland is the world’s biggest island. Located right near the country of Iceland, its large and impressive island terrain is marked by the kind of topography that you might expect: surrounding sea, hills and wildlife. The sea is either permanently…   read more

Halifax, Nova Scotia
Halifax, the largest city in maritime Canada, is known abroad for its beautiful North Atlantic coastline, preserved architectural monuments and, occasionally, tropical storms. Of course the idea of anything “tropical” in Halifax is a little ridiculous (it being far closer to the arctic…   read more

Hamilton, Ontario
Hamilton, Ontario, once a largely industrial Canadian steel town, is an unpolished gem of a city in the midst of a cultural resuscitation.  It is not by chance that Pittsburgh, Pa., and Hamilton are sister cities. No longer the sizable manufacturing town of its past, Hamilton is still home to…   read more

Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, is the capital of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the ninth-largest city in the state. Harrisburg is located in the south-central part of the state. To its north is the Blue Mountain ridge of the Appalachian Mountains. The Cumberland Valley lies directly to the west…   read more

Hartford, Connecticut
Hartford has been known as the insurance capital of the United States for years. It is less known for its wonderful art scene but it has much to offer adults and children. The Wadsworth Atheneum was the first public art museum in the United States and over the years has been a leader in the art…   read more

Hawaii, United States
It sounds almost cliché at times to call Hawaii a paradise. The orange sherbet sunrises, verdant rainforests, golden and black sand beaches and smoking volcanoes will have visitors rethinking their definition of the word. There is nothing cliché about these islands. Hawaii captures…   read more

Helena, Montana
Tucked along the crooked path where Last Chance Stream once meandered, Helena is the town that was built by gold, an honor no other modern Montana city can claim. While other gold camps boomed and dwindled into ghost towns, veins of yellow metal transformed remote Last Chance Gulch into…   read more

Honolulu, Hawaii
Honolulu, Hawaii, the largest city and state capital of the Hawaiian Islands, is a montage of white-sand beaches, high-rise hotels and condominiums, and a myriad of shopping, dining and entertainment. While it has a tropical ambience, Honolulu — and the entire island of Oahu — is the…   read more

Houston, Texas
As the fourth-largest city in the United States, Houston, Texas is a metropolis with a Texas accent. It is diverse and urban, with no shortage of entertainment, culture, arts, shopping, sports, dining and nightlife. Besides being a hub for space exploration, it boasts theaters, many museums…   read more

Idaho, United States
Adjacent to Washington and Oregon in the Pacific Northwest, Idaho boasts a smorgasbord of natural wonders, from rugged mountains to farmlands, from thick forests to deserts. The state, which stretches from the top of Nevada to the Canadian border, offers abundant outdoor recreational opportunities…   read more

Illinois, United States
Illinois is a vast midwestern state of rolling hills and valleys, glacial plains, sprawling farmlands and a giant metropolis at the heart of it all. The long-time home of Abraham Lincoln, Illinois boasts over 1,000 historic sites, 500,000 acres of state parks and 4,300 miles of shoreline. A trip…   read more

Indiana, United States
Indiana’s landscape is as varied as the attractions within it. From hills, small towns and beaches to museums, fine dining and world-class sports, Indiana is one of the best places in the United States to visit.One of the state’s most popular destinations, in northern Indiana along Lak…   read more

Indianapolis, Indiana
Perhaps best known for its annual motor race, Indianapolis, Indiana, also offers a dash of sophistication and culture. The 13th-largest city in the nation also boasts the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, one of less than 20 American orchestras that perform year-round; the Indiana Museum of Art, on…   read more

Iowa, United States
Iowa, the 29th state, is a midwest mélange of farms, wildlife, riverside towns and historical landmarks. One of the best ways to immerse yourself in Iowa’s small-town lifestyle and history is to drive along one of nine state-designated and two nationally designated scenic byways. If…   read more

Jackson, Mississippi
Enliven your senses and awaken a new thirst for adventure when visiting Jackson, Mississippi. There’s no shortage of fun, family-friendly things to do in the City with Soul.You can celebrate the spirit of the Civil Rights Movement at Smith Robertson Museum and Cultural Center; visit the…   read more

Jackson Hole, Wyoming
Jackson Hole, Wyoming is a 48-mile long playground blessed with old mountain charm.  Since the 1800s, many have flocked to the valley in the hopes of capturing the panoramic views glistening from the jagged cliffs of the Rocky Mountains, while cozying up to its untamed species.  It is a…   read more

Jacksonville, Florida
At 840 square miles -- geographically, the largest city in the continental U.S. -- Jacksonville, Florida, is able to incorporate the benefits of big city life in a region of natural beauty right along the water. Culture combines with over 111,600 acres of parks to explore -- the largest urban park…   read more

Jefferson City, Missouri
Jefferson City, Missouri, is the state’s capital and located in the heart of the state. Jefferson City is rich with historical traditions, beautiful landscapes, fine cuisine and attractive shopping centers. You can spend some time in the magnificent capital and stroll through the quaint…   read more

Juneau, Alaska
Juneau has been the capital city of Alaska since 1906. In 1970 the municipality unified merging Juneau with the city of Douglas and the surrounding borough to form the current municipality. Juneau is a large city located across the channel from Douglas Island and sits at the base of Mount…   read more

Kansas, United States
Kansas is home to Native Americans, European immigrants and many other cultural heritages. This blend of cultures offers diverse arts, shopping, dining and historic sightseeing experiences across the big and small towns of Kansas. Topeka was chosen to be the capital on Jan. 29, 1861, when Kansas…   read more

Kansas City, Missouri
Kansas City, Missouri, blends old and new, city and prairie. It's often been called the "City of Fountains" since it boasts more outdoor water features than any other city, with Rome as the exception. Music flows freely, too, especially in the form of jazz. That legacy can still…   read more

Kauai, Hawaii
Emerald mountains, deep valleys, and jagged cliffs make Waimea Canyon of Kauai a grand sight.  This natural wonder offers majestic views of an extraordinary landscape, so beautiful you cannot fully grasp its majesty.  Also known as the Grand Canyon of the Pacific, it is often compared to…   read more

Kentucky, United States
Kentucky, the Bluegrass State, is home to world-famous Churchill Downs, more than 500 horse farms and Bourbon Country distilleries. It has Civil War battlefields, international museums and art galleries, big cities and small towns. It’s natural attractions include lakes, rivers and state…   read more

Key West, Florida
Key West, Florida transforms dreams to reality for every traveler craving that unforgettable sand-in-between-your-toes experience.  This dreamy city is where creativity comes to life, where the Caribbean Sea comes knocking on your door, while the Florida-fare introduces a paradise where narro…   read more

Kona, Hawaii
Stroll through historic villages or embrace the feeling of sun-kissed black and white sand dissolve between your toes.  The district of Kona, Hawaii is 60 miles of pure delight nestled on the Big Island (Hawaii Island), the largest of the Hawaii islands.  Its atmosphere is infused by the…   read more

Labrador, Canada
Far to the north, the large and relatively empty Canadian province of Labrador is a getaway for outdoor enthusiasts. Not much in the way of modern culture, having no cities and few towns, Labrador is an escape. Summer or winter, Labrador offers outdoor sights and adventures hardly available…   read more

Lake Tahoe, California
Straddling the border of California and Nevada, Lake Tahoe is a popular year-round vacation destination that offers everything from gambling and wine tasting, to hot air ballooning, skiing and sailing charters. The region is split between the pristine wilderness of the North Shore and the lively,…   read more

Lanai, Hawaii
Mirroring a scene from Mars, Keahiakawelo, also referred to as the Gardens of the Gods, is a fascinating sight.  Hundreds of mysterious rock formations are scattered throughout the desert-like landscape.  This natural wonder brightens in the sunlight as colors of red, purple, and orange…   read more

Lansing, Michigan
Discover the natural beauty and big city sophistication of Greater Lansing. Located along the banks of the picturesque Grand River in the heart of the Lower Peninsula, Lansing is the ideal destination for travelers who seek comfort and convenience. You'll experience all the excitement of the…   read more

Las Vegas, Nevada
Las Vegas, Nevada, can be a place for both unbridled self-indulgence and family fun. This glowing desert city isn’t just a venue for blackjack, drive-through weddings and all-you-can-eat buffets. With over 37.5 million people visiting Las Vegas each year, the city offers everything from…   read more

Lincoln, Nebraska
Lincoln, Nebraska, the state capital, attracts more than 1 million visitors each year. Tourists flock to the city’s many parks, museums, restaurants, bars, specialty shops, art galleries, booksellers and more.The State Capitol is the ideal place to begin a tour of Lincoln’s attractions…   read more

Little Rock, Arkansas
Little Rock, Arkansas is a dynamic state capital that offers an exciting nightlife, a vibrant entertainment district, a wealth of sightseeing, day trip and tour opportunities, excellent restaurants, shopping, museums, and one of a kind attractions like the new William J. Clinton Presidential…   read more

Los Angeles, California
The bright, buzzing metropolis of Los Angeles, California, will always mean something different to everyone. For some, it’s the land of opportunity. For others, it’s the city of broken dreams. The paradoxical element of the city lies hidden somewhere in between the zen-filled yoga…   read more

Louisiana, United States
|Louisiana’s diverse menu of attractions features world-acclaimed indigenous cuisine and music, diverse and mysterious landscapes and wonderful views of an enlightening, entertaining and unique history and culture. The spice rack is the special flavors brought by cultures from all corners of…   read more

Louisville, Kentucky
Louisville, Kentucky, located on the banks of the scenic Ohio River, is a city of parks and festivals. Louisville has more parkland, per capita, than any other U.S. city and features one of the nation’s oldest park systems, including 112 parks totaling more than 11,000 acres with 15 miles of…   read more

Madison, Wisconsin
Madison is the capital of Wisconsin and the county seat of Dane County. It is also home to the University of Wisconsin Madison. Explore a fascinating variety of attractions in Madison and the surrounding communities. Every day visitors are discovering all of the wonderful attractions that Madison…   read more

Maine, United States
From coastal villages to the second-most-visited National Park, Maine has much offer those who venture there. Maine is bordered by the Atlantic Ocean to the southeast, New Hampshire to the southwest, and the Canadian provinces of Quebec to the northwest and New Brunswick to the northeast. Maine is…   read more

Manitoba, Canada
Considered a “prairie province,” Manitoba’s central Canadian location often relegates it to traveler’s afterthoughts. Open minded and enterprising travelers, however, will find in Manitoba fantastic wildlife, natural beauty and a surprisingly deep, if unheralded, culture.In…   read more

Maryland, United States
Maryland boasts a wealth of historical, cultural and tourist attractions, along with a host of year-round outdoor activities. You can feel the pull of history looking out over the Civil War battlefields of Antietam, walking the storied docks of Annapolis, or touring the birthplace of the…   read more

Massachusetts, United States
Between experiencing the state's early history, catching a ball game and attending your first clambake, there are a million reasons to visit Massachusetts. With a diverse landscape, “The Bay State” is home to the beaches of Cape Cod, the rolling hills of the Berkshires and the…   read more

Maui, Hawaii
Where the turquoise sea meets miles of beautiful landscape, Maui, Hawaii is a picture perfect paradise.  The island’s unparallel beauty can be seen throughout the pristine beaches, stunning attractions, and picturesque communities.  So, exquisite is its landscapes, Maui has been…   read more

Memphis, Tennessee
The King of Rock ‘n’ Roll, Elvis Presley graced the stage with his mesmerizing dance moves, hip hugging jumpsuits and an unforgettable voice.  Many of his catchy tunes are still on repeat on radios and in the minds of his loyal fans.  Graceland in Memphis, Tennessee offers…   read more

Mesa, Arizona
Mesa is a city in Maricopa County, in the state of Arizona and is a suburb of Phoenix, within the Phoenix Metropolitan Area. It is the third largest city in Arizona, after Phoenix and Tucson. Comfortable and convenient, Mesa is located near the foothills of the legendary Superstition Mountains.…   read more

Miami, Florida
Miami, Florida, is the United States’ urban playground on the beach, complete with tropical days and spicy nights. Ranking at or near the top of many exclusive city lists -- including cleanest and richest -- Miami is a hugely popular destination to both live and play in. Throw Latin and…   read more

Michigan, United States
Let busy schedules and “to do lists” disappear. In Michigan unspoiled nature and authentic character revive the spirits. Michigan is a four season wonderland. It has the world's longest freshwater coastline, lakes that feel like oceans, shimmering beaches, miles and miles of cherry…   read more

Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Perched on a bluff overlooking Lake Michigan, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, is a fun city to visit. Who can resist sandy beaches, a full slate of festivals, hearty sausages and home-brewed beer, luxury hotels and boutique inns, and historic neighborhoods and cutting-edge architecture? Not to mention the…   read more

Minneapolis, Minnesota
The larger of the Twin Cities, Minneapolis, Minnesota, is an intelligent and artistic metropolis brimming with diversity and cultural entertainment. You can’t go far without walking past a gallery, theater or music venue in town, and you’re in the right place if finding the perfect bit…   read more

Minnesota, United States
Minnesota is in the upper Midwest but has unrivaled opportunities for outdoor recreation, in every season. It’s known as the “Land of 10,000 Lakes” but there actually are 11,842 lakes more than 10 acres in size in Minnesota.Minnesota offers broad access to free outdoor activities…   read more

Mississippi, United States
Mississippi is the place to be for history buffs, music lovers, those looking for lady luck at the casino and for sheer relaxation, not to mention the best in Southern cuisine.If you’re interested in history, you will be delighted by the numerous Civil Way sites, such as Vicksburg National…   read more

Missouri, United States
“Missouri Loves Company” is more than a tag line on the popular T-shirt. The Show Me state proves that it is an expert on hospitality almost as soon as you step off the plane or close your car door. And, throughout the region, you’ll be amazed at the number and variety of things…   read more

Molokai Island, Hawaii
Imagine being completely free of stress as you relax under the golden sun while listening to the sounds of giant waves gently cascade against the shore. Where time seems nonexistent and you can truly enjoy life’s simplicities without any interruptions.  A place where you are generously…   read more

Montana, United States
Known as Big Sky Country and the “Treasure State,” Montana features open land, majestic mountains and friendly people. Most visitors head to Montana to visit one or both of the state’s national parks—Glacier National Park and Yellowstone National Park.Glacier National Park,…   read more

Montgomery, Alabama
Montgomery is the capital of Alabama and played a huge role in the Civil Rights Movement. It was the site of the Montgomery Bus Boycott and the Selma to Montgomery Marches. Today it has a large military presence due to the Maxwell and Gunter Air Force Base and several high tech companies including…   read more

Montpelier, Vermont
Montpelier, Vermont, is the smallest state capital in the U.S. Montpelier is home to about 8,000 people in a state that is the second-least populated in the country. Montpelier is located in the central third of the state, situated at the foothills just to the east of the Green Mountains.Montpelie…   read more

Montreal, Quebec
There aren’t many cities in this world that are as diverse and dynamic as Montreal. With a mix of old-world European flavor and modern urban vitality, the city charms guests just by being itself. As the Canadian epicenter for all things cultural and trend-setting, Montreal will impress…   read more

Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, continually proves that it’s worthy of the moniker “The Grand Strand,” year-after-year, garnering prestigious awards and designations ranging from the “World’s Best Beach” by Yahoo! Travel to “Overall Value for Money…   read more

Napa, California
Wine amid nature is what you will stumble upon in the beautiful city of Napa, California.  It is a destination enjoyed in every season, reflecting the striking scenery bouncing off of its majestic hills to the bright European architectonic décor beautifying its streets.  Napa…   read more

Naples, Florida
Imagine lying on sun kissed beaches and strolling beneath colorful sunsets while the mystique of the Everglades is only a short distance away.  This unbelievable destination is Naples, Florida, which is designed to make your every vacation wish come true.  Top-notch stores are waiting fo…   read more

Nashville, Tennessee
Country music's home is based in the heart of Nashville. From Music Row to the famous Wildhorse Saloon downtown, country's influence is everywhere. That's not all Music City USA has to offer, it’s also home to the Grand Ole Opry and Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. Nashvill…   read more

Nebraska, United States
You may not know it yet, but Nebraska’s vacation possibilities are truly endless. Whether you’re looking for a romantic bed and breakfast getaway, an action packed outdoor adventure, a family friendly jaunt through history, or something else entirely, Nebraska has it.Follow in the…   read more

Nevada, United States
Nevada is world-renowned for its nonstop casino gaming, top-name entertainment, and world-class dining, shopping and spas. But venture outside of the major cities and you’ll discover another side of Nevada that offers outdoor adventures like skiing, hiking, mountain biking, boating, golf and…   read more

New Brunswick, Canada
The Canadian Province of New Brunswick, while maintaining the charm and benefits that come with being on the North Atlantic coast, still offers travelers a diverse landscape. It almost goes without saying that the seafood in New Brunswick is fantastic. That such fare is available after a hike in…   read more

New Hampshire, United States
Home to scenic state parks, sparkling lakes, beautiful beaches, quaint towns and shops, and the tallest mountains in the Northeast, New Hampshire is a naturally stunning vacation destination.  Here, activities seem to change with each season.  In winter months, skiing and snow boarding,…   read more

New Jersey, United States
Known as the Garden State, New Jersey is among the leaders in many forms of agricultural production. With something for everyone, New Jersey is home to sandy beaches, world-class casinos, arts and culture venues, 24-hour diners, coastal vineyards and endless shopping destinations.  At the…   read more

New Mexico, United States
Located in the Southwestern United States, New Mexico has Mexican, Spanish and Native American cultures all blended into one beautiful state.  From boating and skiing, to opera and flying saucers, New Mexico will pleasantly surprise you.  Whether at a wine and chili festival, visiting th…   read more

New Orleans, Louisiana
The sugary aroma of powdery-sweet beignets and bold, chicory-flavored coffee wafts out from street corner nook cafés. The sweet sound of bluesy jazz intoxicates the warm air, seducing those within earshot. Sunday morning strangers strike up conversations in a Southern drawl too musical to…   read more

New York, United States
From its massive Adirondack State Park to its Empire State Building and the bright lights of Broadway, New York is the center of many industries and, New Yorkers would argue, the world. New York is a Mid-Atlantic state in the northeast U.S. and the nation's third most populous with an estimate…   read more

New York City, New York
New York City, New York, is every city you’ve ever been to and then some, all rolled into one endless adventure. Whether it’s your first time visiting the Big Apple, or you’re an old friend, there are certain places that will excite, entice and elate any visitor. Today’s Ne…   read more

Newfoundland, Canada
Newfoundland is the smaller, more southern, milder, and far more populous of the two regions making up the Canadian Atlantic province of Newfoundland and Labrador. A gorgeous island, Newfoundland will be greatly attractive to the outdoor enthusiast and the small town, early North American culture…   read more

Niagara Falls, Ontario
One of North America’s most impressive, dramatic natural landmarks, the Canadian side of Niagara Falls is no simple wilderness. With burgeoning nightlife and plentiful attractions for travelers of all ages, the city of Niagara Falls juxtaposes the nominal landmark’s organic beauty with…   read more

North Carolina, United States
From beautiful natural destinations like the Blue Ridge and Appalachian Mountains and numerous botanical gardens, to the world’s largest concentration of NASCAR attractions, North Carolina has a wonderfully eclectic mix of sights to see and places to go.  The sunny, temperate climate…   read more

North Dakota, United States
Not only is North Dakota one of the friendliest and safest states to visit, it was also named one of America’s most affordable vacation destinations by AAA.  From the breathtaking Badlands, to the majestic Lake Sakakawea, as the true heartland of America, North Dakota is brimming with…   read more

Northwest Territories, Canada
Canada’s vast western territory is a harsh yet enticing playground for any outdoor enthusiast or adventurer. An enormous territory with little in the way of urbanity or population, the Northwest Territories suits fishermen, hikers, climbers, wildlife enthusiasts and nature lovers much more…   read more

Nova Scotia, Canada
Go to Nova Scotia if you want to hear spoken Gaelic. The small Maritime Province cherishes and tries to preserve all the cultures that have influenced its history. Mi’ kmaq aboriginal cultures, the cultures of escaped slaves, and the transplant Scottish Highland culture have all influenced…   read more

Nunavut, Canada
The territory of Nunavut is Canada’s largest in terms of land mass; it stretches over northern Canada and is about 1/5 the size of Canada overall, but is the smallest in terms of population. Nunavut's population is 31,152, which makes it one of the most scarcely populated areas in the…   read more

O'ahu, Hawaii
Aloha! You are cordially invited to feast your eyes on one of Hawaii’s most striking locations and natural beauties.  Glistening like a diamond in the blue ocean, O’ahu, Hawaii is an idyllic destination.  It is the perfect combination of land and sea, where its cultural…   read more

Oaxaca, Mexico
Beautiful, peaceful, and rich are some of the many words used to describe the city of Oaxaca in Mexico.  This colonial paradise invites you on a wonderful journey where the old and new are magically intertwined.  Explore its cobblestone streets and hidden trails, which unveil sprawling…   read more

Ohio, United States
Known as the “Buckeye State” for the abundance of its native tree, Ohio is a Midwestern state with something for everyone.  Whether it’s a visit to the award-winning wineries, hands-on science museums, five major league sports teams, or the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame,…   read more

Oklahoma, United States
Perhaps you only know Oklahoma as the place “where the wind comes sweepin’ down the plain,” but that’s just a small part of the story. Located at the crossroads of the nation, Oklahoma’s landscape includes gently rolling hills, expansive plains, mountains,…   read more

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
The largest city in the state, Oklahoma City is located at the crossroads of I-35, I-40 and I-44 in the heart of Oklahoma. The second-largest city in the continental U.S. based on geographical size, more than 1.1 million people call the Metro Oklahoma City area home. The city offers a Western…   read more

Olympia, Washington
Olympia, Washington, the state’s capital, is also a major cultural center of the Puget Sound region. Olympia is located just south of Seattle in the northwest part of the state, on Budd Inlet. Like most of Washington, much of the activity and attractions in Olympia are outdoors, but the city…   read more

Omaha, Nebraska
Nestled along the Missouri River in the center of the U.S. is Omaha, Nebraska, home to the world’s largest indoor rainforest, an ever-changing cultural landscape, historic neighborhoods and legendary steak. Omaha is also home to billionaire investor Warren Buffet and his Berkshire Hathaway…   read more

Ontario, Canada
It is commonly believed that the name Ontario derives from an Iroquoian word meaning “shimmering” or “glittering lake.” Others say Ontario is a Huron (Wyandot) word meaning “great lake.” In this case, both etymologies aptly describe Canada’s most-populous…   read more

Orange County, California
Made famous by television's "The OC," Orange County is California's most famous and glamorous county. Shopping and sunbathing are the area's main attractions; you'll find 42 miles of beaches and at least 16 different world-class shopping areas within this small…   read more

Oregon, United States
Oregon is a place for adventurers, whether on a wilderness excursion or an urban trek. There’s much to explore in this Pacific Northwest state, with its bustling cities, quaint towns, vast valleys, majestic mountains, wild rivers, pristine lakes and a magnificent coastline — all within…   read more

Orlando, Florida
As one of the most popular family-friendly vacation destinations in the world, Orlando, Florida, is your one-stop shop for everything Walt Disney.  In addition to Disney World, Universal Studios, SeaWorld, Magic Kingdom and Epcot Center are just a few of the bevy of amusement parks and touris…   read more

Ottawa, Ontario
A former white pine logging town, Ottawa is now the Canadian capital city. Sitting on the banks of the Ottawa River (Kichisìpi in the native Algonquin tongue), Ottawa is a lush municipality surrounded by a verdant green belt, and only a bridge away from the French-speaking province of…   read more

Palm Beach, Florida
Palm Beach, Florida touts itself as “America’s First Resort Destination,” and with 47 miles of beaches, 170 golf courses and 1,100 tennis courts, it certainly is a go-to location for those seeking rest and relaxation their way. The area is also home to more than 200 museums,…   read more

Palm Springs, California
Considered a desert playground, Palm Springs, California, sits at the base of the San Jacinto Mountains, offering its visitors all they expect from a top resort experience. It’s been drawing visitors, including Hollywood royalty, since the 1920s, who come like all visitors here, to escape…   read more

Pennsylvania, United States
Known as the “Keystone State,” Pennsylvania is located in the Northeastern and Mid-Atlantic regions of the United States.  This diverse state, steeped in American history, is home to the shores of Lake Erie, the Pocono Mountains, Hershey Park and the City of Brotherly Love. In…   read more

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Not only is Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, called the “City of Brotherly Love,” it’s also one packed with history, diversity, the arts and incredible restaurants. The birthplace of the U.S. proudly displays its archival treasures downtown in Independence National Historical Park.…   read more

Phoenix, Arizona
Just above 300 meters above sea level, the Valley of the Sun, as Phoenix is locally known,offers a sharp and hot contrast to the neighboring high desert of New Mexico. Walking outside can feel like stepping into an oven, popular activities here include river-rafting, lounging by the pool and…   read more

Pierre, South Dakota
Pronounced "Peer," South Dakota's capital of Pierre is perched on rocky bluffs overlooking the Missouri River and offers historic sites in town as well as close access to any variety of outdoor sports and activities.The South Dakota Capitol building in Pierre (www.state.sd.us) was…   read more

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, is the second-largest city in the state and the county seat of Allegheny County. While many people have a picture of the city as all steel mills, those days are largely gone, and the modern Pittsburgh is a thriving place with hip nightlife.The triangular shape of the…   read more

Portland, Oregon
Portland, Oregon, is the state’s largest city, and among the fastest-growing cities in the U.S. Yet this Pacific Northwest burgh near the confluence of the Willamette and Columbia Rivers has not morphed into a megalopolis. Rather, it has become known for strong land-use planning, light rail,…   read more

Prince Edward Island, Canada
Canada’s smallest province, lighthouse-dotted Prince Edward Island, is nestled in the North Atlantic between the Northumberland Strait and St. Lawrence Seaway. These warm waters influence the maritime destination’s climate, which in turn creates one of the longest autumn foliage period…   read more

Providence, Rhode Island
Providence is the capital and the most populous city of Rhode Island and one of the first cities established in the United States. Located in Providence County, it is estimated to be the third largest city in the New England region. Situated at the mouth of the Providence River, on Narragansett…   read more

Quebec, Canada
Occupying the northeastern corner of North America, Quebec is Canada’s largest province by area. Its preserved French heritage and Francophone culture sets it apart, and it’s the only province where French is the official language. Its main cities, Montreal, Quebec City and Gatineau al…   read more

Quebec City, Quebec
Quebec City is the capital of the Canadian province of Quebec and is located within the Capitale-Nationale region. It is the second largest city in the province, after Montreal. Quebec City is about 233 kilometers (145 mi) away from Montreal. The ramparts surrounding Old Quebec…   read more

Raleigh, North Carolina
Raleigh, North Carolina, is best known for its world-class museums, best of Broadway shows and live concerts, Capital area historic sites and professional and amateur sporting events. Greater Raleigh truly offers a wide variety of entertainment for visitors, all in one park-like, scenic setting;…   read more

Regina, Saskatchewan
Regina is the capital city of the Canadian province Saskatchewan. It’s rich in resources such as oil, gas, agriculture and tourism; all which help fuel the economy. This city has been recognized as one of the most affordable places to live, do business and work in Western North America.…   read more

Reno, Nevada
Known as “The Biggest Little City in the World,” Reno, Nevada, is a destination chock full of adventures, ranging from outdoor adrenaline-pumping excitement to family-friendly fun and gambling all-nighters. Located just north of the Truckee River in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada,…   read more

Rhode Island, United States
The smallest state in the United States, Rhode Island takes just 45 minutes to drive through, yet has enough nooks and crannies to make up over 400 miles of coast line. With a white, sandy beach never further than a half-hour away, Rhode Island’s charm lies in the many shore towns that dot…   read more

Richmond, Virginia
Whether you’re passionate about history, arts, gardens, antiques, fine dining, outdoor recreation, theme parks or NASCAR, there's something for every taste in the historic Richmond, Virginia, region – all within easy reach of each other. Fun, affordable and accessible, Richmond…   read more

Sacramento, California
California's state capital, located slightly inland in the middle of the state, is an eclectic mix of neighborhoods that range from typical college towns to historical villages. Performing arts are pinnacle in Sacramento, home to several major theater groups and venues along with an impressive…   read more

Salem, Oregon
Salem, Oregon, has a wide array of events and attractions offered to both the residents and tourists of the area.  Whether attending one of the many fairs and festivals, farmers markets, performing arts scene, wine and agricultural activities or historic museums, Salem offers plenty to do and…   read more

Salt Lake City, Utah
Salt Lake City is the cultural and spiritual center of Utah.  As the capital of the state, Salt Lake City is Utah’s most populous city with a metro area of about one million people.  The city’s magnificent structures, such as the churches and monuments within Mormon Temple…   read more

San Antonio, Texas
San Antonio, Texas, home to The Alamo, site of an 1836 battle that helped Texans win independence from Mexico, is a diverse city with cultural attractions, galleries, shopping, dining, nightlife and outdoor recreation. The Alamo, whose original name was Mission San Antonio de Valero, was the…   read more

San Diego, California
When describing San Diego, California, one word comes to mind -- pleasant. And that’s a great thing. With arguably the best weather in the U.S., picture-perfect waves, a steady stream of tourists, economic boom and some of the friendliest people around, visiting this sunny SoCal locale is…   read more

San Francisco, California
At the very source of San Francisco’s charm is a bevy of eccentric neighborhoods and people so diverse that everyone fits in. As the gem of the Bay Area, San Francisco, California, is well known for its Victorian architecture, hilly terrain, fusion cuisine and rich cultural dynamism. A…   read more

San Jose, California
Welcome to San Jose, California, the capital of Silicon Valley, which also happens to rank as one of America’s safest and the most livable large cities. San Jose is 177 square miles and sits at the southern end of San Francisco Bay, just 45 minutes south of San Francisco and an hour northeas…   read more

Santa Barbara, California
This seaside city, approximately 100 miles north of Los Angeles is one of California's most scenic areas. The Santa Ynez Mountains famously complement the Santa Barbara's ocean views. Locals will recommend a sunset trip up the APS ('Alameda Padre Serra') to the hillside of the…   read more

Santa Fe, New Mexico
Not only is Santa Fe the striking capital city of New Mexico, it’s also a well-known center for arts and culture throughout the Southwest.  This sunshine-soaked city is a world-renown travel destination with a rich history, heritage and unparalleled natural beauty.  Nestled in the…   read more

Saskatchewan, Canada
Solitude, silence and sanctuary, these words best describe what Canada’s west-central province Saskatchewan has to offer, rural relaxation and a place to just breathe. Here you actually have to seek out towns instead of trying to escape them and you can drive for hours without encountering…   read more

Savannah, Georgia
The charming Southern city of Savannah, Georgia, is rich in history, natural beauty and unique local color. Dating back to 1733 as the first planned city in the United States, Savannah has one of the nation’s largest historically preserved urban areas situated just a few miles upstream from…   read more

Scottsdale, Arizona
With the Sonoran Desert glistening in the background, Scottsdale remains one of Arizona’s best kept secrets.  The city is illuminated by the colorful reflections of orange sunsets and uprising hills and cacti, offering much more than what meets the eye.  It is a revitalizing…   read more

Seattle, Washington
Seattle, Washington, the largest city in the state, is located on an isthmus between Puget Sound and Lake Washington, about 100 miles south of Canada. Seattle offers visitors a wide range of spectacular natural and man-made wonders, a wide range of indoor and outdoor activities, and a fantastic…   read more