Sightseeing in St. Louis

St. Louis is one of those cities that is just packed with activities for locals and tourists to do and see. From the world famous Gateway Arch and the Anheuser-Busch Clydesdales to the little known Historic city of Kimmswick, there is something for everyone when sightseeing in St. Louis.

Sightseeing in Detroit

Detroit Michigan is now best known as the automotive center of America but it used to be one of the most popular tourist destinations in the country and was the fourth most populous city in the country in its heyday in the 1950s. While Detroit currently flounders behind it’s once glory days it is making […]

Sightseeing in Anaheim

Anaheim is known as the home for one of America’s most famous theme parts, the original home of the world’s most famous mouse, Disneyland. But the city of Anaheim has a lot more to offer that just the Disneyland Resort and its biggest local competitor, Knott’s Berry Farm. Anaheim is so chock full of family […]

Sightseeing in San Diego

If you’re headed to San Diego on vacation you probably already have one or more tourist stops that you want to hit, the city is simply loaded with activities. Unless you’re planning on making a return visit, your best bet is to research what there is to see and do in San Diego and then […]

Sightseeing in Aruba

Aruba is one of those vacation islands that is a wonderful treat if you’re just going to lie on the beach all day and enjoy the sun, sand and water. But beyond that there is so much to do in Aruba that you might be so busy you never get time to relax in the […]

Visit Mont Saint Michel in France

Mont Saint Michel is the kind of place that many of us have seen photographs of without realizing where or what it is – but it’s also a place well worth visiting. Found on the northern coast of France, less than a mile offshore, this island and its castle-like abbey have that fairytale quality of […]

Sightseeing in Singapore

More than just a hub where millions of people change planes each year, Singapore is a tourist attraction in itself. It’s a gentle introduction to Asia, where things look Western and most people speak English, but the Asian culture is there to enjoy as well. Some of the main sights of Singapore include: Orchard Road, […]

Sightseeing in Naples Italy

Naples is one of those romantic cities that everyone should make a point of visiting at some point in their life. Naples is one of the oldest cities in the western world with an unusual blend of old and new. Founded by the ancient Greeks the city quickly became an integral part of the roman […]

Sightseeing in Miami

If you’re traveling to Miami Florida the first sightseeing stop you’ll probably want to make is to South Beach where you’ll see the beautiful beach and ocean, some sunbathing beauties and possibly a celebrity or two. But there is much more to see and do in the Miami area. For sightseeing options in Miami other […]

Sightseeing in Philadelphia

Philadelphia is a city that is just steeped in American history, known as being the home to the country’s First and Second Continental Congresses and the ground on which the Declaration of Independence and the U.S. Constitution were signed and introduced. So its no doubt that the city is chock full of sites rich with […]

Sightseeing in San Antonio

San Antonio, Texas is the most visited city in all of Texas and is an important cultural and tourist hub for the state. The original inhabitants were Native Americans who were drawn to the beautiful and very useful river, now known as the San Antonio River. In 1691 a group of Spanish explorers happened upon […]

Sightseeing in Denver

This “Mile High City” has 300 days of sunshine. That’s more good weather than Miami or San Diego. And how’s this for fun, Denver has spent $8 billion on new attractions in the last decade including three sports stadiums, a world class aquarium, a downtown amusement park, an opera house, three art museums and doubling […]

Visiting the Palace of Versailles

Visiting Paris doesn’t just mean checking out the Eiffel Tower or marvelling at paintings and sculptures in the Louvre. Probably equally well-known, and just a dozen miles or so out of downtown Paris, you’ll find the Palace of Versailles, and it’s definitely worth a visit.

Sightseeing in Dallas

A trip to Dallas is sure to leave you fueled with the energy of this big southern city. Only the third largest city in Texas, Dallas is also the ninth largest city in the United States; what can I say, the grow them bigger in Texas.  Founded in 1841, Dallas was formally incorporated as a […]

Historic Landmarks in Baltimore

Baltimore, the largest city in Maryland, sits along the Chesapeake Bay. Established in 1729, it has a rich history, with many sites surving from the American Revolution, War of 1812, and Civil War periods. Below are just a few of Baltimore’s historic landmarks:

Sightseeing in Chicago

Chicago is a great city to visit whether you’re going with your family, a romantic interest or by yourself. There is so much to do in the city that you’ll find yourself wanting to come back time and time again to see the sights you’ve never seen before and revisit the ones you enjoyed the […]

Sightseeing in Athens

Athens is a city with an almost unbelievable history, having been considered a magical city at one time full of gods and goddesses and actually worshiped. It has been called the birthplace of civilization and where democracy was born. A trip to Athens Greece will fill your mind, body and soul with overwhelming touches of […]