Luxury in USA: Glamorous city life and natural wonders
Tourists visit the US to experience the glamorous city life and entertainment venues and see natural wonders. In the winter, there is skiing and snowboarding in the mountains, and brilliant chances for whale watching. Mardi Gras and Chinese New Year bring big parades. The winter can be a great time to book a luxury chalet for a winter holiday to the USA. A skiing holiday in the USA could be just the welcome break from a European ski holiday you are looking for this season. Likened to the European ski resorts, the USA ski resort pistes are almost empty and are always kept well groomed. The USA is known for its love of food and whilst you ski in America you can build up your appetite to enjoy the delightful and reasonably priced food on offer. There are many popular ski resorts in the USA. Aspen is one of the all-time great ski destinations. Aspen is a lively American town with boutiques, fine dining and trendy bars mingled with ski shops, well priced restaurants and pubs. The ski area of the old mining town of Breckenridge is right in town and has plenty of snow all season. Vail is one of America’s largest and most admired resorts reminding many British visitors of a classic Swiss Alpine Village rather than the more typical cowboy populated North American resorts.
Home to the world's third-largest population, with over 318 million people, the USA includes both densely populated cities with sprawling suburbs and vast, uninhabited and naturally beautiful areas. The US has a tremendous wealth of historical attractions, more than enough to fill months of history-centric touring. Washington, D.C. has more monuments and statuary than you could see in a day, but do be sure to visit the Washington Monument (the world's tallest obelisk), the stately Lincoln Memorial, and the incredibly moving Vietnam Veterans Memorial. Some iconic symbols like the Gateway Arch in St. Louis, the Statue of Liberty in Manhattan and the Hollywood Sign in Los Angeles all draw visitors to their respective cities. In the US, there's a museum for practically everything. From toys to priceless artefacts, from entertainment legends to dinosaur bones—nearly every city in the country has a museum worth visiting. The variety of restaurants throughout the U.S. is remarkable. In a major city such as New York or Chicago, it may be possible to find a restaurant from nearly every country in the world. Weekly rates for luxury catered chalets or private rental villas vary widely across the United States.