The financial and cultural capital of the United States, New York is the ideal city destination for many. The city's galleries are bursting with originality and creativity and the museums house some of the best collections in the world. For art lovers the original Guggenheim Museum is a must see along with the Metropolitan Museum of Modern Art. At night the city transforms into a stage where you can see countless musicals, fringe theater shows, comedy nights, indie cinema, live music events and poetry readings. Dining in the city is creative, artisanal locally sourced produce is hip right now and culinary innovations reflect the cities thirst for freshness and diversity.
Philadelphia is a historic city with incredibly well-preserved architecture and a certain small town charm that makes it welcoming and accessible. It's historical locus is the Independence National Historic Park, where inside the park's buildings the seeds of the US government were sown. In particular check out the Independence Hall where delegates met to approve the Declaration of Independence on July 4th, 1776. Be sure to try a famous Philly cheesesteak!
The capital of the U.S and home to many iconic landmarks, Washington D.C. is a magnet for tourists wanting to explore America's political and historical past. Monuments include the infamous Lincoln Memorial and the Martin Luther King Memorial. The Smithsonian Institution is a must see, this group of 19 galleries and museums has a collection of 156 million artifacts and like many of Washington's educational sights, it's free!