The United States are a popular destination for Canadians and obviously, it’s very accessible because it’s so close. But it’s also a very diverse country with many interesting things and places to discover.
When you are looking for a short trip, or when you are traveling with a larger group, the US is often one of the destinations that is the cheapest to visit, given that the plane tickets to most of the country are more affordable than international destinations (usually) and given the fact that you can go anywhere in the country with your car if you want.
We very often have US cities heavily discounted on our cheap flight deals page. So here’s a little something to inspire you to explore this country. Personally, I’ve visited 46 of the 50 US States and I can tell you that it’s true that there is so much to discover south of the border.
It’s time to plan an American getaway or a road trip with your favorite travel companions (in case you don’t have time for the epic roadtrip to all 48 States). Read through to the end of the article for pictures of some of these places.
The Most Popular Attraction in Every US State
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To my surprise, although I have been to almost every state, I have visited very few of these attractions … I can’t even count 10. Well, I guess that will give me a reason to go back.
How about you? Have you visited any of these attractions?
By the way, before we show you some pictures to inspire you, besides our deals, Travel Hacking is very convenient to get to the United States at a very low price because it only takes 25,000 Aeroplan Miles to go anywhere in the States (and if you leave from a US border airport, it only costs $14 in taxes). We will be re-launching our revamped Travel Hacking section soon, sign up to our new special Travel Hacking
Columbia River Gorge (Oregon)
Tracy Arm Fjord (Alaska)
Red Rock Canyon (Nevada)
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Marginal Way (Maine)https://www.instagram.com/p/BepENZjFRpv/?tagged=marginalway
Bryce Canyon (Utah)
Blue Ridge Parkway (North Carolina)
Savannah Historic District (Georgia)
Here’s an interesting list of places to see on a roadtrip (or 2!).
Which ones have you visited?
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Posted March 9th 2018, updated June 2nd 2019