TripAdvisor USA: 25 Attractions Worth Every Dollar

December 22, 2018 | 152 views

The USA is such a diverse country, in terms of both cultures and landscapes. On one hand, there are pristine beaches in California and on the other, there are icy glaciers in Alaska. No matter where you’re from—whether it’s one of the states or another country—you’re bound to find a place in the USA that has what you’re looking for. The country is filled with countless attractions across its 50 States (and one federal district). It can be a bit daunting to plan a day out or vacation when there are so many options. Where should you even begin? How will you know what’s worth visiting and what you should skip? TripAdvisor makes planning a bit easier, thanks to its rankings of attractions, which are based on honest reviews by regular people. There are even honors, such as the Certificate of Excellence, awarded to the very best attractions to help set them apart.

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