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From tiny New England villages and the balmy Florida seaboard to Mississippi bayous, rolling Appalachian hills and the wheat plains of the Middle West, the eastern and central United States feature a variety of landscapes where hard-working pioneers developed the spirit of independence that led to the birth of a new nation.
You can follow in the trail of that hotly disputed independence in Philadelphia and Boston, or explore the traces of the Civil War from southern Pennsylvania to Georgia. But you might prefer to take in the beaches and Art Deco architecture of Miami and the hot jazzy atmosphere of New Orleans or Memphis, or simply enjoy a thrilling time in New York, Washington or the Disney park in Orlando, Florida.
The eastern part of the American continent was shaped over time into picturesque landscapes including the Hudson River Valley, the Barrier Islands of Georgia and South Carolina, and spectacular Niagara Falls with its thundering waters set against the flamboyant New England fall. These are just some of the splendid natural sites awaiting you in the eastern United States.

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USA East : Must-see towns and regions

  • Baltimore

    Maryland's largest city, Baltimore emerged in the late 20C as a thriving metropolis where gleaming skyscrapers designed by some of the nation's most noteworthy architects spike the skyline. A wide bri...

  • Boston

    Once a hotbed of American independence, modern Boston is today a renowned center of learning and culture as well as New England's administrative and financial nexus. Hub of a sprawling and culturally ...

  • Chicago

    Brawny and muscular, the commercial center of the American Midwest occupies a strategic position on the southern end of Lake Michigan at the point where the heartland meets the Great Lakes. Residences...

  • New York

    Arguably the most stimulating and sophisticated urban center in the US, New York City is world unto itself by virtue of its dynamic economic activity, its vibrant cultural life and the size and densit...

  • Philadelphia

    Cradle of US history, the "City of Brotherly Love" marks the country's earliest strides toward nationhood. The First and Second Continental Congresses were held here in the 1770s, setting an irrevocab...

  • Pittsburgh

    More than 700 bridges stitch together this hardworking city of modern skyscrapers, magnificent churches and ethnic neighborhoods. Spreading over the hills and flats of the Monongahela and Allegheny ri...

  • Washington

    Unlike other world capitals, Washington developed at the outset as the capital of a democratic nation. Its broad avenues and regal monuments serve as visual paeans to the democratic ideal, and the cit...

  • New England

    New England, the birthplace of the nation and the smallest region in the United States, has a strong historic and cultural identity. The early English Pilgrim Fathers, Puritans fleeing religious perse...

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