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As one of the largest countries worldwide by area, United States is a popular destination for immigration. The appeal of the country becomes more visible once the high living standards are combined with the freedom and equity. Following the discovery of these vast lands by the explorer and navigator Christopher Columbus, the country is regarded as the world’s remarkable center for business, trading, technology, education, tourism, industry and finance today, visited by millions of people each year. Situated on the American continent between the Atlantic and the Pacific Oceans, United States owns an extremely high touristic value by the utterly different charms hidden on its wide territories and by its advanced infrastructure capable of meeting every expectation of its guests. The country offers both a sea and cultural vacation through different climates and cultures in its different regions.
Regardless of your purpose of visit, United States truly is an exclusive destination for having enjoyable moments. Take a look at the flights to United States with Turkish Airlines now to set your journey to this wonderful land of freedom.
Turkish Airlines flies to 215 different destinations in United States, including some significant cities like Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Houston, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, San Francisco, Seattle and Washington DC. Airports in these cities serve as a transfer hub for other countries and destinations in the continent of America as well.
Although varying by the point of destination, direct flights with Turkish Airlines from Istanbul Airport (IST) take between eleven to fourteen hours in average. The airports of arrival in direct flights are Washington DC Dulles International Airport (IAD), Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), San Francisco International Airport (SFO), Chicago O’Hare International Airport (ORD), John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK), Boston Logan International Airport (BOS), Miami International Airport (MIA), Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson Airport (ATL), Houston George Bush International Airport (IAH), Dallas Fort Worth International Airport (DFW), Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR) and Seattle Tacoma International Airport (SEA).
Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson Airport (ATL) is the busiest airport in the country, serving to 100 million passengers every year. Chicago O’Hare International Airport (ORD) is the second busiest, with annual number of 90 million passengers, followed by Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) reaching the capacity 85 million passengers per year.
As an enormous country, United States hosts various events taking place in each city almost every day. Offering extremely vigorous and creative atmosphere, these festivals are totally crowd-pulling, held with huge participation from the guests all over the world. Naturally, the air traffic in the country gets busier during these events.
Hosting large music events such as Coachella, Bonnaroo, Lollapalooza, United States’ another attention-grabbing popular organization is New Orleans Mardi Gras Carnival. This street carnival which lasts for a couple of days leaves impressive moments by colorful and vivacious events. Florida Daytona International Speedway arouses interest as one of the popular races countrywide. The Taste of Chicago, a food festival held in June at Chicago gathers together millions of people with totally palatable dishes. Taking place in Black Rock Desert, Burning Man, on the other hand, is among the top outstanding organizations. Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade in November at New York is another attractive event held with huge participation. Hundreds of festivals regularly held in United States, where culture, art and entertainment are deemed significant, bring in millions of visitors to the country each year.
Serving as the capital, Washington DC is the administrative hub countrywide, hosting also the White House. As a highly developed metropolis, Washington DC promises a splendid vacation to its guests by its numerous tourist attractions. The White House, together with the Pentagon, headquarters of the Department of Defense, which can both be visited by reservation in advance only, are the top must-see spots in this stunning capital. In the city with a wide range of museums, National Air and Space Museum ranks among the top most visited spots as well.
Los Angeles is the second largest city in the country which always offers more to discover. The most popular spot in the city is certainly the Beverly Hills and the Hollywood Boulevard. During your stay at this famous town, you may join the Hollywood Tour and see the Hollywood Walk of Fame, walk down the streets of Beverly Hills where many celebrities live. Disneyland and Knotts Berry Farm, as the first choice of the families with children, are the worth-seeing top popular theme parks.
San Francisco is known as one of the popular cities countrywide especially in gastronomy. As a hill above the city, Corona Heights offers spectacular panoramic scenery for its guests. Golden Gate Bridge, one of the icons of this beautiful city which was first opened in 1937, and the verdant Golden Gate Park are among the top must-see spots. Fisherman’s Wharf neighborhood is another noteworthy tourist attraction by its dynamic lifestyle full of pleasant cafés and restaurants serving delicious dishes, as well as the attractive souvenir shops. Alcatraz Federal Penitentiary and the Fine Arts Museum shine out as one of the most attention-grabbing destinations, flooded by history and culture fanciers.
The west coast of the country hosts a large number of national parks as well. Grand Canyon National Park, which is the world’s largest canyon, is probably the most popular national park countrywide. Offering an unforgettable experience to its visitors, the canyon was designated a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1979. Yellowstone, on the other hand, which was the first national park both in the country and the world, simply enthralls its guests by its fascinating fauna and flora. Yosemite National Park in the state of California is another must-see destination, internationally recognized by its natural gems. Included in the UNESCO World Heritage List just like Grand Canyon, Yosemite is bounded by Sierra Nevada mountain chains and famous for its glorious waterfalls and Sequoia trees.
Located on the shores of Lake Michigan, Chicago owns an extremely modern profile. As one of the tallest skyscrapers, Willis Tower of 440 meters compels attention by the glass boxes in the observation deck, presenting a breathtaking view of the city from above. Often cited as The Loop, the downtown area of the city is home to the significant symbols of both the business and cultural worlds. The district with Chicago River flowing through is a touristic spot hosting many theater halls, Chicago Cathedral and Picasso Statue of 15 meters.
As one of the largest and most colorful metropolises worldwide, New York is extremely famous for its Wall Street and the Statue of Liberty on Liberty Island. The Metropolitan Museum of Art serves as an icon as well by its collection beyond comparison and its attractive architecture. The borough of Manhattan and the remarkable skyscraper Rockefeller building attract considerable number of tourists. Empire State Building, together with the Brooklyn Bridge, ranks among the top destinations well worth-seeing.
Boston is an enjoyable and historic town, serving as a cultural hub countrywide. Combining the historic details of the past with the modern lifestyle, this enchanting city offers a wide range of spots to visit. The Museum of Fine Arts, standing out by its collection consisting of more than 450 works, and the Prudential Tower of 228 meters, are the city’s top favorite places. Moreover, make sure to also see during your stay the Freedom Trail which passes by 16 significant historical sites, together with the Quincy Market near Faneuil Hall and the Boston National Historical Park.
A holiday paradise along the Atlantic Ocean, Miami surely is a destination with undeniable allure. Especially the Miami Beach and South Beach are the most populous spots full of life. Listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, Everglades National Park is home to all tree species in the earth. The Ocean Drive would be a fun activity to witness the luxury life, as well as visiting the noteworthy Villa Vizcaya Italian Gardens.
The largest city in Washington state, Seattle is a vibrant urban center overlooking the picturesque Puget Sound. The region is known for its lush forests, as well as seas, rivers and lakes, while the city is renowned as a birthplace for cultural movements and technological innovations; it is also a thriving commercial center. When visiting Seattle, check out the downtown Seattle Museum of Art, where exhibits include artifacts from the area’s original Native American inhabitants along with the works of contemporary artists.
Houston, the most-populous city in Texas and the fourth most-populous city in the United States, is home to prominent institutions such as the NASA Johnson Space Center and the Texas Medical Center. Houston also offers plenty of parks in addition to its skyscrapers and modern business centers. When visiting Houston, be sure to check out the 160-acre Buffalo Bayou Park, as well as the city’s famous Galleria shopping complex and its scenic Museum District.
Atlanta, the capital of the state of Georgia, is a thriving urban center with historic importance for the United States. The city was the scene of the Battle of Atlanta, a turning point of the Civil War, as well as the birthplace of Doctor Martin Luther King, the civil rights leader. In addition to history, Atlanta is a former Olympic host city. This dynamic urban center features Victorian houses and sleek skyscrapers; arts centers and commercial hubs. When visiting Atlanta, check out the Fernbank National Museum of History, the Atlanta Opera, and Little Five Points, one of the city’s liveliest neighborhoods!
As the world’s most developed country in transportation, United States offers the means of railway, bus services or domestic flights for transporting between the cities. In addition, you may also consider the car rental option, which is the most preferred alternative countrywide for a comfortable holiday to see any desired destination easefully.
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