Saturday, October 19, 2019

Three popular destinations on the US East Coast

New York, Philadelphia and Washington D.C. are three popular tourist cities on the US East Coast.

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New York

New York has many world famous tourist destinations with the Statue of Liberty located on Liberty Island or the central station, Ground Zero - 9/11 memorial, Times Square, Wall Street, Park centers, Broadway theaters, and thousands of restaurants and eateries from Tibet to Jamaica, from Italy to Spain. Photo: ShutterStock / Photo Spirit.
The hustle and bustle of life on 5th Avenue will make you excited, or just take a boat trip around Manhattan Island will help you understand more about this vibrant city. In addition, the brilliance of hundreds of advertising banners displayed on the streets or the special art performances will make you overwhelmed. Photo: ShutterStock / Let Go Media.

Washington D.C

Located on the north bank of Potomac River, Washington D.C. is considered as "America's soul", a famous destination that attracts millions of tourists every year. In addition to the modern and magnificent beauty of Europe, Washington D.C. is also the home of many high-level US administrative agencies, most interesting is the White House where the current president lives. Photo: ShutterStock / Sean Pavone.
In Washington DC, you must definitely visit the historic attractions such as the Capitol, George Town, the famous love museum, the National Museum of Art Gallery and many monuments. And many architectures are solemnly located between National Mall. Photo: ShutterStock / Orhan Cam.


Philadelphia is located between Washington and New York, the fifth largest city in the US, blending modern beauty and ancient architecture preserved through many historical periods. The city is home to the USD foundry. Photo: ShutterStock / Gang Liu.
The first congressional meeting to adopt the Declaration of Independence and the draft Constitution of the United States took place in Philadelphia on July 4, 1776. This is also the place to keep the bell for the first free bell for America (Liberty Bell). Philadelphia also has museums preserving cultural and artistic values such as the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Rodin Museum. If you want to feel new when walking around the city, the Independence Square has the chariot ready to take visitors around. Photo: ShutterStock / Songquan Deng.

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