17. Miami, Florida
Miami is North America's gateway to the Southern Hemisphere and is multicultural metropolis that invites everyone to celebrate its diversity. Miami offers visitors beautiful beaches and high-end shopping by day, and fine restaurants and exciting dance clubs by night. Miami's population is largerly Cuban, therefore a strong Latin American influence can be felt thoughout the entire city.
18. Chicago, Illinois
Chicago is located on the placid shores of lake Michigan and became a city in 1837. In addition to being the home of the Blues. The 'windy city' has teams in all four major professional sports, an internationally renowned symphony, spectacular live theater, thousands of restaurants, and world-class shops and museums.
Incorporated in 1822, Boston is one of America's oldest and most historic cities and is considered the economic and cultural hub of New England. On December 16, 1773, a group of Boston Citizens protested Britains tax on tea imported to the colonies by boarding British Vessels and emptying the tea into the Boston Harbor. This historic act was dubbed the 'Boston Tea Party'.
20. Detroit, Michigan
Detroit incorporated in 1815 but before becoming the 'motor city', it was best known for manufacturing cigars and kitchen ranges. In 1896, Henry Ford Built his first car and later revolutionized the auto industry by introducing the moving assembly line. Detroit is also know for Berry Gordy's legendary record company, Motown.
21. New York, New York
New York or 'The Big Apple' as its often called, is the largest city in the United States and is the center of global finance, communications, and bussiness. The City's concert houses, museums, galleries, theaters, and ethnic diversity constitute an ensemble of cultural richness rivaled by few cities in the world.
22. Minneapolis, Minnesota
Located on the banks of the Missisipi river, Minneapolis and St.paul comprise what is known as the twin cities area. The glittering skyline of Minneapolis provides residents and visitors with eclectic entertainment, fun recreation, and variety of unique attractions. A trip to the Mill City Museum Chronicles the flour milling industry and the early history of Minneapolis.
23. Richmond, Virginia
Richmond Virginia boasts four hundred years of history and posesses one of the most remarkable displays of fall foliage on the East Coast. Small-town and big city amenities are woven into the picturesque landscape of Richmond.
24. Denver, Colorado
Founded in 1858 and named after James W. Denver, the Governor of Kansas Territory, Denver is one of America's Fastest growing cities. Located at the foot of the spectacular Rocky Mountains, the 'Mile High City' entertains millions of visitors each year who come to enjoy the city's outstanding cultural attractions, museums, shopping, nightlife, and the nation's largest city park system.