The American Eastern refers to the vast land from the Atlantic Ocean coast to the Mississippi River, and it is also the most densely populated area in the U.S. From the early British colonization in 1783 to later immigrants from other European countries, all participating in its development. In over 200 years, making American East a financial and political center, and the US become a world power with an advanced lifestyle; Still, here maintains its glorious history, diverse cultures and extraordinary stories, waiting for you to discover; From exploring the freedom trail at Boston; up onto the Statue of Liberty to experience the new immigrants first time landing on the American; strolling at the Liberty Bell and Independence Hall appreciate the American independence spirit; roaming at French amorous feeling of Bourbon Street listen to the jazz music with feasted Cajun cuisine, and Drive across the spectacular Seven Mile Bridge and reach Key West, the natural beauty paradise; follow your heart and dream to create an unforgettable journey.
Explore Eastern USA
Florida is the most southeastern state of the USA, with coastlines on both the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico, and sunny Florida is home to plenty of surprises, make it an American holiday paradise. Visit perennial favourites such as Miami is known for her Latin-American cultural influences, notable art scene and its nightlife, especially in the upscale South Beach area; Orlando is famed for its theme parks, including Walt Disney World and Universal Orlando Resort; The beautiful coral reefs of Key West are a well-known destination for diving and snorkelling; Palm Beach has glitzy estates, mansions, beaches and “Worth Avenue” is lined with upscale boutiques, galleries and restaurants. As you explore every corner of Florida, you will find more enjoyment.
The moonlight on the Mississippi river, the mist-shrouded swamps, the prairies of Acadiana and the gray Spanish moss cascading from the old trees all add up to the special feeling that is Louisiana. However, there are too many places in Mississippi waiting for you to discover: Savor the Cajun cuisine at Lafayette; Shooting the Sunset in the swamp or find the alligator smiles for the camera; buy a souvenir of famous specialty Tabasco sauce on Avery Island; Participate in the Mardi Gras Festival in New Orleans or listen to a Jazz band performance at Preservation Hall; or Like the movie “Forrest Gump,” enjoy the table of full crawfish at Breaux Bridge, learning Kayak at Atchafalaya River Basin area or take a steamboat on the Mississippi River to relive the story of “The Adventures of Tom Sawyer” by Mark Twain. Great music, food and nature, Louisiana brings you a unique experience and unforgettable memory.
Illinois is located in the midwestern, had a long history of being called the home of US President, from Lincoln, Grant, Reagan to Obama; In Illinois, you can seek small towns like Galena or drive down the iconic US most historic highway “Route 66” or biking along the Lake Michigan shoreline; then coming to the global city Chicago visit Millennium Park and 360 Chicago Observation Deck, ramble through Chicago Riverwalk or sightseeing cruise to find an ideal spot for a selfie with Chicago Skyline; Don’t miss the importance of dining culture at Chicago. Their culinary scene is filled with stunning, from savouring Michelin-starred eatery to casual classics hot dogs and bistro deep-dish Pizza with craft beer; Of course, had chance set at stadium cheer to Chicago Bulls will delights and unexpected experiences.
New York State in the northeastern United States, there are surprises everywhere. Ride the Maid of the Mist at Niagara Falls up close to one of the world’s natural wonders and experience the momentum of galloping waterfalls; summer soaking in the freshwater of Finger Lakes lakes and strolling maple red foliage in autumn; hiking or hot-air balloon ride at Adirondack Park; photo at Albany with state capital relive American colonial and Revolutionary War history; participate in live glass-blowing demonstrations at the Corning Museum of Glass then tour West Point, the country’s oldest military academy; have deep-sea fishing off the shores of Long Island or explore the historic landmark Montauk Point Lighthouse; Step into New York City, mount the Statue of Liberty, explore Rockefeller Center, take a trip to the top of the Empire State Building, world-renowned Metropolitan Museum of Art, experience a unique architectural of Grand Central Terminal and Steeped in Green Spaces & Scenery of Central Park; you might catch a Broadway show or enjoying the thrill of a baseball game at the stadium whether your fam of New York Mets or Yankees. Whether it’s your first-time visit or you have been here over hundreds, there’s always something for you.
If your journey wants to add some elements with history, adventure, romance, arts and culture, Massachusetts will definitely meet yours. From Boston to experience American Revolution in 4 kilometres of Freedom Trail; explore founded in 1870 with more than 450,000 items of Boston Museum of Fine Arts; across the Charles River was home to MIT, Harvard University, in Harvard Square there are many of funky, multicultural restaurant, shop and bookstores; hang out in Quincy Market and savour their neighbourhood restaurant, small bistro to try maritime traditions foods of fresh lobster rolls, fried clams or fresh whole lobster; photo with US first lighthouse the Boston Light and like a local to cheer Red Sox at Fenway Park; Whale watching tour at Cape Ann or enjoy Cape Code’ summer; walking at famous Kennedy Legacy Trail; ferry into Martha’s Vineyard or Nantucket, bicycle to unadulterated beaches, distinctive architecture and Native American history; visit Minute Man National Historic Park with battlefields and historic buildings, feel like a travel back to 1775 to see the first revolutionary war between colonists and British; explore Old Sturbridge Village, this living, breathing village depicted life in New England in the early 19th century. Let Massachusetts become your bucket list from the coming summer.