Get Travelling To 25 Amazing Cities In North America!
Writing about huge geographical areas in one simple article is a huge challenge. How can you expect to include even close to enough information about the place, or provide enough of an overview without missing so many amazing things. Though an impossibility to sum up North America, today we are bringing you 25 amazing cities in North America.
From ancient colonial towns to booming metropolitan cities, here are our top picks for 25 amazing cities in North America.
This colonial city in the highlands of Guatemala is not only beautiful, but has deep history to dive into. Don’t miss nearby Lake Atitlan, one of the most beautiful spots in the country.
The capital of Texas offers a lot more than to be expected. From amazing food to an awesome music scene, Austin is not your average Texas city.
Havana is beautifully preserved with historic architecture and 1950’s Americana charm. Most people visit as a day trip, but the cities dancing and culture could keep you entertained for much longer.
While some argue Hawaii is in Oceania, we like to think it’s a short hop over from mainland U.S.A. Honolulu embodies the perfect mix of cosmopolitan city with a great shoreline.
One of those places people either love or hate, Las Vegas should definitely be on your travel bucket list, even if you only visit once.
Another amazing colonial city, it is one of the oldest in Nicaragua. The volcanos nearby offer amazing views and day trips.
Another amazing city you either love or hate, Los Angeles is definitely worth a trip. From star gazing to beach lazing, you’ll find something to do in this diverse city.
The largest city in North America, this monster is worth a trip. It does not cater specifically to tourists, but that is largely part of it’s charm.
Amazing beaches, chilled vibes and direct flights from many cities make this city in Jamaica a popular spot.
Home to a primarily French population, going to Montreal from other Canadian cities feels like visiting Europe. Old Montreal, poutine and various parks around the city are highlights.
The “Country Music Capital of the World” Nashville is a must see for any music fan. Aside from music, expect great southern food and traditional favourites.
The real life sister city to the Las Vegas style Atlantis Resort on Paradise Island, you can expect colourful homes and a real city vibe, if you do decide to leave the resort.
On everyones bucket list, New York needs no introduction. Visit, stay, explore as many times as you like, you likely won’t ever get enough of this place.
More than just Mardi Gras, NOLA showcases amazing diversity in culture, music and food. You’ll find Creole, French, Caribbean, Irish, Vietnamese and more in this melting pot of a city.
San Francisco and the Bay Area make an amazing trip. Not only is this part of California stunning, you’ll also find a great art scene, fantastic hotels and restaurants and of course, The Golden Gate Bridge.
This UNESCO city is the oldest European city in the Americas. Don’t miss the Colonial Zone and the Malecon, for a glimpse into 15th and 16th century architecture.
Though mostly used as a jumping off point for other great sites in Costa Rica, San Jose definitely has character. The architecture and authentic food will make you stick around a little longer than planned.
Another amazing Caribbean Colonial city, San Juan shines with beaches, colourful homes and amazing architecture. Despite the recent hurricane, the island still needs tourism. Be smart about how you spend you money and help locals.
Though the rain rivals no other, Seattle makes for an amazing trip. From city sights like the Space Needle to outdoor activities on the bay, Seattle is not one to miss.
The largest city in Canada, Toronto is situated on Lake Ontario with a huge stretch of waterfront. Though the city is unsure what to do with it, Toronto maintains a nice balance of beautiful modern buildings and parks.
The dichotomy of this capital city is striking, from the industrial city centre to the beautiful Casco Viejo, exploring Panama City will likely surprise most travellers. A visit is not complete without a trip to the Panama Canal.
Port Of Spain
Though closer to South America than North, the vibrance of Port of Spain is undeniable. The huge Carnival celebration every year is one of the biggest in the world.
With so many important and iconic American sites, one day spent sightseeing is not enough. With a great culinary scene and a growing art community, you can find everything in D.C.
Another west coast gem, Vancouver is one of the most beautiful (and most expensive) cities in North America. With lots of natural spaces, the city blends beautifully into southern British Columbia’s landscape.
This green city gateway to the valley of the same name is a beautiful historic city in Cuba. Away from the beaches and tourists, you’ll find peace and quiet and authenticities not found in other commercialized hotspots in Cuba.
And there your have it! 25 amazing cities in North America to get you travelling!
It’s not easy summing up 25 amazing cities in North America, and this list is absolutely not all inclusive. North America is a huge area to cover, with diverse landscapes, cultures, people and of course, cities. From highlights in city architecture, to beautiful examples of how nature can exist among metropolitan areas, hopefully this list inspired you to visit more amazing cities in North American!