Boston is friendly, easy going and easy to get around, making it a perfect shopping destination. All the big designer names are to be found here, while the city’s big student population means there’s plenty on offer for the younger, trendier traveller. Don’t miss the 18th century Faneuil Hall Marketplace, which offers a wonderful mix of shops, restaurants, bars and live performers.
It’s hard to beat the spectacle of New York’s dazzling department store Christmas windows. For the full show, take a walk up Fifth Avenue from Lord & Taylor to Bergdorf Goodman, then over to Barneys and Bloomingdale’s. And of course there’s far more to shopping in the Big Apple than the big departments stores.
This neon city in the middle of the Nevada desert has to be seen to be believed. Catch a show, see the lights, party, eat, have a flutter or explore the beauty of the Nevada desert. You might even find time to sleep at some point. It’s weird. It’s wonderful and it’s a place everyone should visit at least once in their lifetime.
Shoppers get the best of both worlds in Seattle. Downtown offers top US brands, including the likes of Banana Republic and Nike, as well as more eclectic local options. And in the International District, you’ll be transported to Asia, with eight blocks of shops selling Chinese, Japanese, Filipino and Southeast Asian goods. It’s worth the visit for the food courts alone.
Philadelphia boasts not only the oldest continuously operating antique district in the USA but also the country’s largest shopping mall, with more than 400 stores and 40 restaurants. On a smaller scale, it can also offer a host of boutiques selling both local and international brands in the Old City shopping district, where clothing is tax-free.
Sunny, stylish and spectacularly laid-back, Los Angeles is a multicultural mosaic of a city and there’s far more to shopping here than just the world-famous Rodeo Drive. Fashionistas should head to the Fashion District in Downtown LA. Elsewhere, there’s plenty to keep bargain hunters busy and the city is also home to a host of vintage stores and all kinds of eclectic outlets. What’s more, the sun is usually shining…
San Francisco is an exciting, cosmopolitan and diverse destination. Famous for its steep, rolling hills, iconic sightseeing attractions and prominent location off the Pacific Coast Highway. World-class shopping, beautiful outdoor spaces and a thriving nightlife are just the beginning.
Don't be fooled into thinking that a trip to Washington D.C is just about history and politics. Granted, as the US capital city this is an important part of its appeal, but beyond the obvious sightseeing you'll discover much more.
Art deco buildings painted pink, lavender and turquoise adorn the palm-fringed promenades of Miami Beach. 15 miles of white sand beaches on the Gold Coast beckon sun worshippers.
Landing in Orlando is akin to visiting another world – Disney World to be exact. If theme parks are your thing, this is the place for you. After experiencing all the wonder and joy of Walt’s magical kingdom there’s still SeaWorld, Gatorland, Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure to discover. No wonder then, this city is often called the ‘theme park capital of the world’.
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