Sightseeing has never been so much fun! Hop on and hop off as much as you like at any of the bus stops on the route and see all the best sights and attractions your chosen town or city has to offer.
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Miami is booming with exciting destinations for you to explore! If time is tight, then be sure to visit Coconut Grove CocoWalk for the ultimate tourist experience! Here you can do a bit of shopping, grab a tasty spot of lunch and if you're lucky enough there might be live entertainment.
From Venice Beach to the Hollywood Walk of Fame to Westwood, Los Angeles is bursting at the seams with fun things to see and do. The city is filled with countless art galleries, trendy restaurants and, of course, the world’s most famous film studios.
New Orleans is an American city unlike any other. With its roots in France and Spain, it developed with its own unique and sometimes wild spirit. The perfect place to start your tour is Jackson Square, a historic square which is almost as old as the city itself. Enjoy a coffee and beignet at the famous Café du Monde, and then hop on the bus and start exploring.
There are obviously so many things to see in New York, but if we were forced to recommend three that you just can’t miss, then we would have to start with the Statue of Liberty. Hop off at Battery Park for the best view in Manhattan of this iconic statue, which has come to represent not just New York but the entire United States and the American Dream.
No visit is complete without heading to Independence National Historical Park. There, you will be able to visit Independence Hall, the place where the Declaration of Independence and the US Constitution were debated and adopted, and see iconic landmarks like the Liberty Bell. Next up, head to Love Park, which got its name from the recreation of the Love sculpture by Robert Indiana.
Make sure you visit the Alamo, one of the best historic attractions in San Antonio. This landmark commemorates the bravery of those who fought in the 1836 Battle of the Alamo. Another must-see attraction is the 18th-century San Fernando Cathedral, located right in the heart of the city and one of the oldest in the USA.
First time in this eclectic, vibrant city? Here's something we think you just can’t miss in Seattle. No trip to Washington’s largest city would be complete without a visit to the iconic Space Needle, which was built for the 1962 World’s Fair. Hop off the bus and travel 520 feet into the air for unforgettable panoramic views over Seattle.