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New Orleans - Die Oak Alley Plantage © f11photo / Fotolia

New Orleans

A journey through Louisiana of the USA

New Orleans has 389,617 inhabitants and is the largest city in the state of Louisiana in the USA. With the important port on the Mississippi River it is an industrial city. The old town and also the Creole cuisine are very famous. In the Spanish and French colonial style there are many different buildings. New Orleans is also known as the "cradle of jazz". The jazz legend Louis Armstrong for example came from New Orleans...

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Virginia Beach

Sights and varied vacation days

Located in the southeastern part of the US state of Virginia, Virginia Beach offers its visitors a variety of vacation days. Besides its beaches, shopping and many restaurants, there are also cultural highlights like museums and galleries to discover. If you arrive by plane, it is best to take a direct flight from New York City, Washington D.C. or Philadelphia to land at Norfolk International Airport. Since there are no public transportation connections,...

Chicago - Vista della città e del fiume Chicago di notte © Oleg Podzorov / Fotolia


The great city on Lake Michigan

With 2.8 million inhabitants, Chicago is the third largest metropolis in the USA, located in the northeastern part of the state of Illinois. On the southwest shore of Lake Michigan, the city has developed into an important railroad junction on the east-west connection of the United States. The Illinois Waterway connects Chicago to the Gulf of Mexico via the Mississippi River...

Fort Lauderdale - The entrance to the port © Gino Santa Maria / Fotolia

Fort Lauderdale

One of the most beautiful cities on the Florida coast

The city of 165,500 inhabitants is only about 30 kilometers from Miami. The vacation paradise offers sun, sea and beach life pure. With average temperatures of 24°C and many sunny days, the city is a popular vacation destination. The coastal city is also called the Venice of America. Because almost 500 kilometers of inland canals run through the city. The best way to explore the city is by water cab or excursion boat...

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One of the last adventures on earth

Alaska is the destination of choice for adventurous travelers who want to experience the vastness and diversity of a landscape characterized by torrential streams, endless forests, snow-capped peaks and majestic polar regions. Alaska stretches from the Canadian border to the Pacific Ocean in the south. In the west, the country extends to the Bering Sea and in the far north to the Arctic Ocean...

California - A star on the Walk of Fame in Hollywood © oneinchpunch / Fotolia


Travel to the Golden State

This state of the USA is not only the third largest, but a world of its own. You can find almost everything there, because California offers sightseeing and recreational opportunities in abundance. Picturesque beaches, dry deserts, world-famous metropolises, breathtaking national parks or ski resorts: there's something for everyone!...

New York City - The Central Park in Manhattan © Tierney / Fotolia

New York City

The city that never sleeps

The breathtaking metropolis on the east coast of the USA is located in the state of the same name. The area of New York City almost reaches the size of the Berlin city area. Around 40 percent of the 8 million inhabitants were born abroad. It is estimated that people from at least 200 countries live in New York. The inhabitants are considered to be a people of their own, who affectionately call their city the Big Apple...

Washington D.C. - The Capitol in the setting sun © jonbilous / Fotolia

Washington D.C.

Rich in history and world-famous sights

Holiday in Washington - Relaxed days on the east coast of the USA Washington D.C. is the capital and also the seat of government of the United States of America. The city is located near the east coast of the country and is rich in history and world-famous sights. People interested in culture will get their money's worth in Washington D.C. as well as all those people who just want to experience the special flair of this metropolis...

Los Angeles - Griffith Observatory © Dmitry / Fotolia

Los Angeles

The second largest city in the USA

As the second largest city in the USA, Los Angeles impresses with a size of 86,000 square kilometers. Its location on the Pacific Ocean and the river of the same name is of particular appeal to its nearly 4 million inhabitants. Meanwhile, the Los Angeles metropolitan area consists of 80 communities that have grown together to form a melting pot of nations. Founded in 1781 by Spanish missionaries of the Franciscan Order, LA today belongs to...

Las Vegas - Bellagio and Paris Casino by night © Edward Cooper / Fotolia

Las Vegas

Dream destination in the desert

One of the absolute top travel destinations in the USA - even for Americans themselves - is the desert city of Las Vegas. If you arrive in the dark, it seems as if you suddenly approach a UFO from the barren, lightless desert landscape. During the day, Las Vegas is the first place where the desert situation becomes noticeable. Except for a few days a year, the sun shines relentlessly here. You can cool off in the imaginatively designed pool landscapes of the respective hotel or during the sightseeing tour in the pleasantly air-conditioned casino palaces themselves...