It would be impossible to fit all of the highlights of the USA on one page. However, you shouldn't miss out on the wonders of New York, California, Las Vegas, New Orleans, Grand Canyon, Miami, New England and Washington.

New York City could very well be the Capital of the World with a population of around 7.5 million people. Just a few of the highlights of New York that you must see are the Statue of Liberty, the Empire State Building, Central Park and Times Square. There are also some of the best museum's in the world including The Museum of Modern Art, the Guggenheim Museum and American Museum of Modern History. New York is also famous for its great shopping, food and Broadway theatres.

California is exactly like it is portrayed on films with the beaches, Beverley Hills mansions and the fancy cars. There are many places to see here, however, the main attractions are San Fransisco, L.A, Disneyland, Alcatraz, the Golden Gate Bridge, Hollywood, Death Valley, Malibu, Kings Canyon, Beverley Hills, Santa Cruz and Sunset Strip.

Las Vegas is located in Nevada and is the casino capital of the world. Glitter Gulch is the part of the city where you will see possibly the most neon lights you have ever seen. Here you can go out at night and it looks like broad daylight. Vegas Vic and Sassy Sal are located here, two of the best-known neon icons in the country. You should also visit The Mirage, Circus Circus, Grand Slam Canyon and the Imperial Palace Auto Museum.

New Orleans is located at the foot of Louisiana. While in New Orleans you cannot miss the French Quarter, which houses all of the signature tourist icons, Bourbon Street with its wild nightlife, Royal Street where you can see an assortment of street musicians, artists, fortune tellers and mimes doing their thing on the sidewalk, the Old US Mint's Mardi Gras Museum, St Louis Cemetery No 1, the Garden District, the Audubon Zoological Gardens, Tulane University, the Voodoo Spiritual Temple, the Historic Voodoo Museum and the Aquarium of the Americas.

The Grand Canyon is located in Arizona and is the most famous natural attraction in the USA. It is definitely a must see attraction on your visit, it is a massive 443km long, 16km wide and 1.6km deep.

Miami is Florida's most populated city. It is filled with Latin American culture. You cannot visit Miami without going to Miami Beach, with it's beaches, clubs and bars and home to the Art Deco Historic District, a collection of bright pink, lavender and turquoise buildings dating from the 1920s. You should also visit The Promenade, Little Havana and Key Biscayne.

The main place to visit in New England is Boston. While here you must see Salem Street, Copp's Hill Burying Ground, Paul Revere House, the 1723 Old North Church, Faneuil Hall and the Quincy Market, Beacon Hill, Cambridge, Charlestown, the Bunker Hill Monument, Monument Square and the Long Wharf on the eastern waterfront.

You cannot visit the USA without stopping off at the National's capital, Washington DC. Washington DC is most famous for Capitol Hill, the National Mall, the White House, Watergate and Mt Vernon. You should try to see all of these are they are some America's most important sights.