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9 Best States to Visit in USA

Aditi Yadwadkar Jul 30, 2020
1. California - The Golden State!
Having inspired countless number of movies and songs, California is also the birthplace of Internet and Windows wallpaper of rolling green hills on bright blue sky!
California is also home to iconic locations like Universal Studios, Disneyland, Golden Gate Bridge, and Yosemite National Park.
2. Colorado - The Centennial State!
It's situated in the Western USA and has diverse landscapes, and is known for its beautiful scenic locations.
The capital of Colorado, Denver, is a wonderful combination of urban and country life! It is also known for its unique cultural attractions, all within reach of rocky mountains!!
3. Florida - 'The Sunshine State' is  located in the southeastern part of the USA. It is the flattest state in the USA where nearly 2.5 million acres of land has fresh water sources in various forms.
Florida is best known for Walt Disney World, Miami Beach, Universal Studios, Gulf of Mexico, and many more attractions you would want to visit the state for!
4. Massachusetts - 'The Bay State' is located to the Northeast of the USA and it is mainly known for the landing place of the Mayflower and the Pilgrim.
Like most states in the USA, Massachusetts is no exception to having beaches. From the Cape Cod Bay to the Crane Beach, beaches in here are nothing less than astonishing.
5. Alaska - 'The Land of Midnight Sun' is known for mind boggling water bodies - the Glacial Waters, Clear Waters and Riparian Zones and many more one can dream of!
The main attractions of Alaska are the beautiful and auspicious Auroras or the Northern lights. They make Alaska a heavenly place and a US state you should surely visit.
6. Arizona - The Copper State is world famous for its tourist attractions including a Natural Wonder - the Grand Canyon, along with 22 national parks and monuments and the Saguaro National Park.
Also, the best preserved meteor crater in the world - Barringer Meteorite Crater - which was formed 50,000 years ago, is situated in Winslow, Arizona.
7. New York State, which is also known as The Empire State, is mainly famous for the New York City. It is also one of the most populous cities in the USA.
Apart from being among the original thirteen colonies in the USA, the New York State also has Statue of Liberty - which in fact was a gift to the USA from France!
8. Utah - The Beehive State, is an important state in the USA with one of the most iconic histories and geographical wonders, which makes it one of the top tourist destinations in the country.
The state boasts of the "Greatest Snowfall on the Earth" as the snow is lighter and drier here than anywhere else. This usually triggers the popularity and reputation of ski resorts in the state.
9. Nevada is another popular state in the USA with multiple nicknames such as Battle Born State, Silver State, and the Sagebrush State.
While Nevada is famous for its silver ores and gold supply, it is also the driest state in the USA with lesser than 10 inches of rain per year.