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3 Must-see Places to Visit while in the U.S.

Even today – how many times did you wish to escape from your routine and discover some magical and fascinating places even if it’s only for a weekend?

We’ve selected three places that will definitely enhance your American experience or  simply help you forget about your homesickness. You probably know that traveling is the only thing that makes you richer and provides you with memories to last you a lifetime. So, have fun and enjoy your American experience to the fullest!

New Orleans, Louisiana

New Orleans has all a traveler can dream of. Culture, jazz, architecture, food and drinks are basically the air New Orleans breaths. If you are looking to escape from your daily routine, New Orleans is the destination that can offer you an unforgettable experience, which you will remember for a long time. You may already be familiar with the French Quarter, the oldest neighborhood of the city, from the famous TV series The Originals or other American movies, which put the city in a colorful light through the cheerful and lively atmosphere of the community.  Thus, you can either go for an authentic jazz night (dressed accordingly, of course) to get that twentieth century feel or simply explore the beauty of French Quarter’s architecture during the day.

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Savannah, Georgia

Georgia’s oldest city, Savannah, which is situated along the river of the same name, is a charming place with historic architecture, monuments and old-fashioned town squares, and it is one of the most popular city-break destinations among tourists in the U.S. You can start your adventure by discovering the Savannah Historic District, which is home to famous buildings, parks and picturesque fountains. Forsyth ParkSavannah WaterfrontUniversity of Georgia Aquarium and Old Fort Jackson should also be on your to do list when in Savannah.

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Glacier National Park, Montana

In case you are looking for an escape far away from your daily routine (and silence that city noise) where you can get lost and become one with nature, The Glacier National Park in the North of the American State Montana is the perfect choice. You can either take a boat and admire the marvelous valley of Lake McDonald, which was carved by massive glaciers thousands of years ago, while the sun goes down and slowly disappears into the nowhere, or you can choose one of the most accessible trails, Trail of the Cedars, that starts and ends on Going-to-the-Sun-Road.

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