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  • Austin

    With over 200 live music venues, the self-named Live Music Capital of the World is like no place else in the state. A hot spot for musicians, artists and students, Austin is often seen as a Texas version of San Francisco. With a slogan like Keep Austin Weird, get ready to discover a big city that doesn't take itself too seriously.

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  • Charlotte

    A major financial centre, Charlotte is a shining magnate of glass and steel, touched with old-time Southern Charm. Uptown is home to several Fortune 500 headquarters, museums, nightclubs, restaurants and parks. In contrast, NoDa offers revitalized old brick buildings and quaint mill houses, home to an eclectic community of artists.

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  • Chicago

    Nestled off Lake Michigan, Chicago is a metropolitan hot-zone. Feel the Windy City's buzz at 1,000 feet in the world-renowned John Hancock Center. From the open-air skywalk deck, enjoy a view spanning Indiana, Michigan, Wisconsin and Illinois. But be careful, between river tours and Chicago-style pizza, you may be whisked away!

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  • Cincinnati

    Not only is Cincinnati a bustling, cosmopolitan city, alive with museums, restaurants and galleries, it was also once a major stop on the Underground Railroad that helped Black Americans escape the southern states before the abolishment of slavery. Learn more at the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center.

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  • Cleveland

    Cleveland Rocks!… and not just because the city is home of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Located on the southern shore of Lake Erie, the city offers a wide range of water sports and outdoor activities, while University Square is the most concentrated square mile of arts and culture in the Midwest.

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  • Columbus

    Discover Columbus and the European feel of some of its neighbourhoods: the German Village, the Italian Village, the French Quarter and the Victorian Village. Looking for a little action? Try the University District with its boutiques, theatres and a wide range of bars and micro-breweries. Wonder why they call it Arch City? Just take a walk on Short North and bring the camera!

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  • Dallas

    Take a walk down The Arts Districts, and stop at one of the several art venues, then head downtown to enjoy some of the finest tex-mex cuisine in the world. Don't forget to visit the Reunion Tower, the JFK Memorial and the gorgeous Cowboys Stadium, all architectural masterpieces that confirm that it is indeed, bigger in Texas.

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  • Denver

    With over 200 parks and the breathtaking Colorado Rockies nearby, Denver has the largest park system in the US, making it the perfect spot for lovers of the outdoor. Add to the mix a vibrant cultural scene, some award-winning restaurants and 300 days of sunshine every year, and you have a little slice of paradise, 1,609 metres above sea level.

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  • Detroit

    The source of the American love affair with the car, Detroit was for years the city for everything automotive. An inland port between Lakes Huron and Erie, this capital of the Midwest was also the birthplace of Motown and techno, and still today belts out a mean tune.

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  • Durango

    Colorado’s town of Durango features tons of outdoor activities. Whitewater rafting down the Animas River and exploring the ruins at Mesa Verde National Park are popular activities in summer. Skiing at Durango Mountain Resort is a favourite in winter. Biking, fishing and horseback riding are among Durango’s additional outdoor offerings. Plus, the town has a hip historic centre, home to bars, restaurants, shops and a growing locavore food movement (i.e. a preference for locally sourced fare).

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  • Fort Worth

    This is the Wild West. This is the land of real cowboys, lassos and rodeos. Well, it used to be. Layered on top of the rough and ready and unmistakably western heritage that still sees a weekly rodeo and the world’s only twice-daily cattle drive is a modern sensibility of fine dining, art galleries and museums. It's a heady mix but good fun.

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  • Hartford

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  • Houston

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  • Indianapolis

    For car lovers, Indianapolis offers the Indy 500 and the world's largest collection of antique, classic and racing cars. Near Monument Circle, a famous statue in the heart of downtown, The Eiteljorg Museum is a unique museum with both Native American and Western art.

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  • Kansas City

    Established as a trading post in the 1820s, Kansas City has kept its welcoming charm. Enjoy its famous barbecue, over 200 fountains, and a jazz heritage that goes back to the hometown hero, Charlie Parker. Also, check out the Power & Light District, an 8-block development of dining and entertainment venues.

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  • Lafayette

    Food, music and festivals are the main draws of Lafayette, Louisiana. Sample Cajun and Creole dishes, like gumbo and fried catfish. Experience live music that runs the gamut of blues, jazz, Cajun and Zydeco. Festivals are just as varied, ranging from Mardi Gras to the street dances of Friday fais-do-dos. Lafayette also has a number of historic attractions, including plantation homes and museums. The small town of Acadiana is only 15 minutes’ drive away and is home to the shops of Jefferson Street Market.

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  • Milwaukee

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    Minneapolis has recently experienced much growth in the fields of art and architecture. For a bit of both, visit the Weisman Art Museum which was designed by visionary Frank Gehry and houses an impressive collection of American art.

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  • Nashville

    Nashville is home to the Grand Ole Opry, the site of the birth of country music, but it is so much more. Centennial Park houses a full-size replica of the Parthenon while nearby Dollywood, Dolly Parton's theme park, and the Jack Daniels distillery in Lynchburg are must-sees.

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  • New Orleans

    New Orleans is an amazing mix of African, French, Spanish, Italian and German cultures. The beautiful architecture of the French Quarter rings with the sounds of Mardi Gras, jazz and partiers from all over. The birthplace of Louis Armstrong has still got the magic and is quite possibly the most fun you'll ever have.

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  • New York

    New York is recognized globally for its diversity and culture, housing some of the world's most renowned buildings, shoe stores and entertainment. Seeing the Empire State Building or buying a designer handbag are more than fantasy in New York. Whatever your pleasure, New York will deliver.

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  • Palm Springs

    Desert scenery, 10,000-foot mountains and year-round sunshine are not the only draws that beckon a trip to Palm Springs: a number of golf courses, evening spas and hiking opportunities through Mount San Jacinto and the Indian Canyons will keep many a visitor busy. Coachella Valley's main city is also adorned with modernist architecture, a Rat Pack-influenced vintage feel and the homes of iconic Hollywood stars.

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  • Philadelphia

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    The “City of Brotherly Love” is famous for its role in American history – both the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution were signed here. No less than forty early American sites are preserved within Independence National Historical Park, including Independence Hall and the beloved Liberty Bell. When you’ve had your fill of history, explore glorious Fairmount Park, catch a play or symphony, or hit the town for a night of live music or clubbing.

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  • Phoenix

    For 300 days a year, the sun shines down on the Sonoran Desert. Cicadas sing out across the mountains and golf courses of Pagago Park. Bolo neckties and native Hopi heritage strut the swanky streets of the Camelback neighbourhood. Welcome to the vibrant capital city of Phoenix.

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  • Pittsburgh

    For years, Pittsburg was an industrial powerhouse of the United States. But this city of steel has kept up with the times. Hip, fun and cultured, visitors will find an almost European mix of parks, museums, nightlife, cool restaurants and friendly locals ready to show guests a good time.

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  • Portland

    Surrounded by mountains, rivers and vineyards, Portland is a green city. Washington Park fans out over 140 acres and includes a zoo, arboretum, gardens and several museums. Be sure to enjoy a craft beer while in Portland, the microbrewery capital of the world.

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  • Raleigh Durham

    With beautiful old oaks throughout more than 100 lakes, parks and gardens, Raleigh has every outdoor activity you can imagine. You're a history buff? Founded in 1792, the capital of North Carolina has many, many rewards for you. Into nightlife? Get your smile on at one of the city's notorious comedy clubs, lounges and bars that offers big-city energy and small-town accessibility.

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  • Richmond

    One of the first settlements of the New World, cradle of the American Revolution, pivotal point of the American Civil War, in Richmond Virginia, history abounds. The city also offers limitless recreation options, from the region’s best golf courses to outdoor adventures and enticing events. And famed Virginia Beach is only about 90 minutes away.

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  • Salt Lake City

    Between the Great Salt Lake and the snow-capped Wasatch Range, Salt Lake City boasts some of the USA's best skiing, hiking, biking and horseback riding. For an urban experience, head to the famous Temple Square, and to neighbourhoods offering a liberal spirit of coffeehouses, yoga and organic dining options.

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  • San Antonio

    A long and colourful history makes this scenic town one of the most popular destinations in southern Texas. Visit the famous Alamo, experience Tex-Mex culture and stroll the tree-shaded Riverwalk, a reclaimed stretch of city that now bustles with cafés, restaurants and art venues. Also, not to be missed are SeaWorld San Antonio, Six Flags Fiesta Texas and the annual rodeo. Saddle up.

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  • San Diego

    A rich culture and history. Idyllic Southern California weather. Beaches as far as the eye can see. Nearby mountains and deserts. World-famous attractions like the San Diego Zoo, Wild Animal Park, SeaWorld, Legoland California and Bilbao Park. San Diego has it all, the only problem will be choosing…

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  • San Francisco

    If you're looking for vibrancy, diversity and entertainment, San Francisco is legendary. The Golden Gate Bridge is modern engineering at its finest. Picture-perfect Alamo Square is the famous site where modern San Francisco meets Victorian architecture. From Embarcadero to Haight-Ashbury, just about any road is a slope in the right direction.

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  • San Jose

    Swept up in the tech-boom, San Jose is now known as the Capital of Silicon Valley; be sure to check out The Tech Museum of Innovation. Out of town, head to the sunny California hills to explore the telescopes at the Lick Observatory, or for a scenic drive in the Saratoga Hills. For a nice day trip, head west to the lovely Pacific beaches of nearby Santa Cruz.

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  • Seattle

    Seattle's famous Space Needle offers sweeping panoramic views of the endless pacific, the city and all the beauties the state of Washington has to offer. With a thriving music and restaurant scene, the downtown area offers tons of urban delights, while lovers of the outdoor can indulge in their favourite activities in the region's abundant nature.

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  • Sonoma Valley

    Just 45 minutes north of San Francisco, Sonoma offers over 250 wineries with tasting rooms for visitors eager to get a sip. Swing by the coastline and spend the day at one of the beaches or take a moment of relaxation in one of the region's many hot springs. With plenty of outdoors activities and vivacious wildlife, go back to nature and enjoy the small-town charm and the laid-back Northern California way of life.

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  • St. Louis

    Start your engines at Route 66's St. Louis starting point on the Old Chain of Rocks Bridge and experience a bit of Americana. For even more, take a cruise aboard a Tom Sawyer paddle wheeler on the mighty Mississippi.

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  • Vail

    The largest single-mountain ski resort town in the US, Vail has been a famous winter hot-spot since President Gerald Ford vacationed there in the 70s. Winter is spectacular and delivers some of the best skiing around. In summer, mountain bikes and hiking boots are your go-to items, helping you get out to the pristine Colorado wilderness.

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  • Washington

    The great monuments of American history like the Lincoln Memorial, the Library of Congress, the Smithsonian and the White House are just the beginning. Turn a corner and discover a city alive with galleries, sports, live music and theatre, not to mention celebrity chefs serving some truly wonderful creations.

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  • Washington Dulles

    Washington Dulles International Airport serves the greater Washington DC area with convenient shuttles to downtown. Local hotels are a convenient choice, offering a unique experience of the greater Washington/Baltimore area. The airport itself is named for John Foster Dulles, the 52nd Secretary of State, and was designed by famed architect Eero Saarinen.

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