United States

New York is the "city that never sleeps" which is located on the eastern coast of the United States about 1000 miles north of Florida and 200 miles South of Boston. It is situated at the mouth of the Hudson River, and is divided into five districts called boroughs. Long Island stretches almost 100 miles to the east of New York City and the state of New Jersey lies just across the Hudson River to the west.

Places to Visit

Manhattan Island - Manhattan Island, the commercial and business heart of New York City, is about 12 miles long by 3 miles wide.
Empire State Building - Even today, though the building has been stripped from its title of the world's tallest building, it is a symbol of New York itself visited by 2 million people each year.
The Statue of Liberty - The Statue of Liberty was a gift to the United States from the people of France, conceived and designed as a monument to a great international friendship.
American Museum of Natural History - The American Museum of Natural History is located at Central Park West and 79th Street in New York City.
The Ellis Island Immigration Museum - Ellis Island is the symbol of American immigration and the immigrant experience. ... through the Port of New York at Ellis Island between 1892 and 1924.
The Staten Island Ferry - The Staten Island Ferry is the main mode of transportation between the boroughs of Staten Island and Manhattan.

A mosaic of colorful, distinctive neighborhoods, San Francisco, California, is a city of trend-setting high fashion and famous postcard views. Within this seven-by-seven-mile metropolis which perches on a peninsula amid 43 hills you will find ethnic enclaves such as the Mission District, leafy parks like the Presidio and Golden Gate, tony residential areas such as Nob Hill, and the gleaming office towers of the Financial District. Over the years, this supremely tolerant city has welcomed the Irish, Latinos, Chinese, hippies, gays, and dot-commers. It's an odd thing, said Oscar Wilde, but anyone who disappears is said to be seen at San Francisco.


North Beach - North Beach is a neighborhood in the northeast of San Francisco adjacent to Chinatown and Fisherman's Wharf.
Marina District - The story of San Francisco's Marina District is the story of land and water repeatedly and dramatically altered by nature and by human development.
Golden Gate Park – This is a huge, safe, beautiful park with a lot to do. Here is a glimpse of the incredible breadth of activities available. Definitely worth a trip and very relaxing compared to the City's hub-bub..
San Francisco Zoo - The largest zoological park in Northern California and one of the Bay Area's most popular cultural and recreational attractions.

Los Angeles is the entertainment capital of the world, and the streets of Hollywood often feel like the world's biggest reality show. But the City of Angels also sits squarely at the center of many global enterprises.The United States' second largest city, Los Angeles is also one of its most diverse. Los Angeles' borders encompass dozens of neighborhoods shaped by immigrants,And every part of town offers plenty of sun, shopping and sightseeing.


Chinatown - Fifty years ago on the sunny Saturday of June 25, 1938, California's Governor Merriam and a host of dignitaries dedicated Los Angeles Chinatown's Central Plaza in a gala Grand Opening ceremony.
Little Tokyo - Little Tokyo, also known as Little Tokyo Historic District, is an ethnic Japanese American district in downtown Los Angeles Historic Filipino town - Historic Filipinotown, is a newly created district of the City of Los Angeles, California, that makes up the southern portion of Echo Park.
Little Armenia Korea town - Armenia is one of the oldest countries in the world with a recorded history of about 3500 years. The oldest known ancestors of modern Armenians, the Hayasa-Azzi tribes, also known as Proto-Armenians, were indigenous to the Armenian Highland in Eastern Anatolia.
Tehrangeles - Tehrangeles is a portmanteau deriving from the combination of Tehran, the capital of Iran, and Los Angeles.
the Byzantine - Latino Quarter and Thai Town- located west of Downtown near Pico-Union.

Washington DC- As our nation’s capital, Washington, DC captures the true spirit of America. Symbols of our patriotism, the fight for our freedom and the diverse history that spans centuries are present on every corner. For more than 25 years, Old Town Trolley Tours has provided extraordinary sightseeing adventures to millions of guests allowing them to see the best of Washington DC first.


DUPONT CIRCLE - Visit some of the city's finest museums, historic homes and foreign embassies as well as a variety of ethnic restaurants, bookstores, and private art galleries.
MOUNT VERNON ESTATE & GARDEN - With the recent addition of the new museum and education center, Mount Vernon is now a full day excursion. Explore the state of the art galleries and theaters, visit the 500-acre estate of George Washington and his family, tour the 14-room mansion that is beautifully restored and furnished with original objects dating back to the 1740's. Be sure to plan enough time to tour the outbuildings, including the kitchen, slave quarters, smokehouse, coach house and stables.
THE NATIONAL ZOO - See more than 435 different species of animals at the National Zoo, Washington DC’s 163-acre zoological park set within the Rock Creek National Park.
GREAT FALLS PARK - Explore this beautiful 800 acre park located along the Potomac River. Take a hike or enjoy a picnic and see one of the most spectacular natural landmarks in the Washington DC metropolitan area.
OLD TOWN ALEXANDRIA - Take a walking tour of the quaint historic town just on the other side of the Potomac River from Washington, DC. Dating back to 1749, Alexandria’s riverfront was an important colonial port during the colonial, revolutionary and Civil War periods. Today it is a revitalized waterfront with cobblestone streets, colonial houses and churches, museums, shops and restaurants.
GEORGETOWN - Explore historic homes and enjoy a variety of restaurants and upscale shopping along the cobblestone streets. Be sure to walk over to the waterfront and enjoy views of the Potomac River.
PENN QUARTER - Visit the revitalized arts and entertainment district of downtown Washington. Explore museums, restaurants, nightclubs, art galleries, theaters and trendy stores.
EASTERN MARKET - This open-air market in the Capitol Hill neighborhood offers everything from fresh fish to local produce. Weekends are lively at the farmers market, an arts-and-crafts market and a flea market on Sundays.
GLEN ECHO PARK - This park offers year-round activities in dance, theater, and the arts including concerts, demonstrations, workshops, and festivals. Check out the schedule of events.
ADAMS MORGAN - This neighborhood is the center of Washington's liveliest nightlife. Enjoy the international flavor of this community with restaurants featuring cuisine from just about everywhere from Ethiopia and Vietnam to Latin America and the Caribbean. Explore the nightclubs, coffee houses, bars, and unique shops.

Minneapolis and St Paul, the Twin Cities on the upper course of the Mississippi, together form the largest city in Minnesota, but yet are very different from one another. While the larger city of Minneapolis is the quintessence of the glistening modern American city, the more spaciously laid out St Paul, built on terraces above the Mississippi, has preserved something of the character of an old frontier town . Visiting Minneapolis:

  • Stone Arch Bridge, spanning Mississippi River and dating back to the latter part of the 19th century
  • Ard Godfrey House, the most historic frame house in the whole of Minneapolis, located in the Riverfront district 
  • Children's Theater Company, part of the Minneapolis Institute of Arts with regular performances throughout the year, standing along Third Avenue South 
  • Saint Anthony Falls, an eye-catching precipice along the Mississippi River, regulated by a modern dam, known for its nearby scenic walking trails and pathways
  • Heritage Preservation Commission Guided Tours, offering a true insights into the rich heritage of Minneapolis, led by experienced tour guides and passing many prominent sights and landmarks
  • Chain of Lakes, a particularly scenic part of the city, comprising five large lakes offering a number of recreational activities, including sailing, fishing and swimming
  • Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome, an impressive sporting venue situated close to Nicollet Mall
  • IDS Center, the tallest structure in Minneapolis, dominating the area and home to the Statue of Mary Tyler Moore
  • Turnblad Mansion, a grand building listed on the prestigious National Register

Chicago’s first permanent resident was a trader named Jean Baptiste Point du Sable, a free black man apparently from Haiti, who came here in the late 1770s. In 1795, the U.S. government built Fort Dearborn at what is now the corner of Michigan Avenue and Wacker Drive (look for the bronze markers in the pavement). It was burned to the ground by Native Americans in 1812, rebuilt and demolished in 1857.

Chicago offers hundreds of experiences for every savvy traveler, everything from climbing up to the Sears Tower Skydeck to swimming with the sharks in the Shedd Aquarium vibrant arts and entertainment district, scores of shopping venues, and exceptional dining. No matter what time of you're traveling in Chicago, there's always a special event or community festival taking place in the downtown area. The Taste of Chicago, Venetian Night, and the Chicago Blues Festival draw thousands of visitors each year alone. Still, if you're short on time and need to narrow down your top sights, here are eight must-see places to visit on your trip to Chicago
Escape to the Navy Pier at sunset to enjoy the carnival-style rides, picnic by the lake, and pick up some souvenirs from local vendors. The Navy Pier lights up at night with its trademark Ferris wheel leading the way. Make a stop here to enjoy an amusement ride, and catch a glimpse of the city from the best seats in the house; on top of the Ferris wheel!

  • Spend the day at Lincoln Park Zoo, one of Chicago's favorite spots with gardens, hundreds of animals, festivals, and activities for the whole family. Lincoln Park Zoo is one of the oldest in the country, but they've worked hard to redevelop and redesign most of it these past few years. 
  • Visit the Sears Tower Skydeck. On a clear day, the view form the top of the Sears tower lets you see as far as the Wisconsin border-almost 50 miles around! The elevators take you up to the 103rd floor, and the ride up features flat panel televisions so you can enjoy the ride. The variety of museum exhibits and high-tech telescopes will keep you and the family busy for a few hours. 
  • Spend time with the underwater species at the Shedd Aquarium. Here you can learn all about the leopard gecko, or the life of the African bullfrong. Walk through the underwater tunnels and Oceanarium; the Caribbean Reef will leave you dazzled! 
  • You'll be seeing stars at the Adler Planetarium & Astronomy Museum. This massive theater, museum, and gallery opens up the doors to the universe. Sit back and enjoy a tour of stars and plaents in the Sky Theater; then discover the rarities and astronomical books and tools in the Adler exhibit. Call (312) 922-STAR for tickets and more information. 
  • You'll gasp at the view from the John Hancock Center, located 100 floors above ground to give another great view of the city. This is the 12th tallest building of the world. Both a day or night visit will give you completely different views of the city below; the Signature Room restaurant on the 95th floor is a top choice for a lunch or dinner break during your tour too. The John Hancock Center is located at 875 N. Michigan Avenue.
  • The hub of the best shopping around can be found on the Magnificent Mile; this is the line of stores tucked between the Chicago River and Lake Shore Drive on Michigan Avenue. Here you'll find restaurants, glamorous hotels, plus a handful of museums--this is truly a shopper's paradise. Highlights include Saks Fifth Avenue, Niketown, and the famous Wrigley Building. You'll need at least two days to enjoy it all! 
  • The Art Institute of Chicago is an historical landmark, featuring exhibits from around the world and designed for year round enjoyment. Located at 111 S. Michigan Avenue, it's a welcome retreat from the busy hopping and arts district. The Kraft Education center offers hands-on activities for the kids, while the extensive exhibits and collections from Asia, Europe, and the Middle East can be found lining the galleries up above. Plan to spend an entire day at this world renowned museum.

Niagara Falls is a city built around a majestic, world famous waterfall. Standing 54 metres high, Niagara Falls itself is truly a world wonder

Visitors to Niagara Falls have many things to do other than visiting the waterfall though! Interesting places include Queen Victoria Park, adjacent to the Canadian Falls and principal site of the annual Winter Festival of Lights ; the historical museum at Lundy’s Lane, site of a brutal battle between American and British forces in 1814; The Maid of the Mist, Marineland, with Friendship Cove which provides interaction with Killer and Beluga whales, an aquatic theatre and a game farm; Skylon Tower and Pavilion, containing a revolving restaurant and an observation deck overlooking the falls; the Butterfly Conservatory at the Niagara Parks Botanical Gardens; Canada One Factory Outlets which features brand name shopping; and of course, Casino Niagara and Niagara Fallsview Casino Resort.

The city is also home to several golf courses and continues to position itself as a world-class golf destination.

Niagara-on-the-Lake, often called the loveliest town in Ontario, has a long and distinguished history. The beautiful old homes lining the tree-shaded streets attest to the prosperity of its citizens.

Today, over two hundred years after its founding, has many attractions include historic sites – Fort George and the Historical Society Museum, the Shaw Festival with its three theatres, the marina, our heritage business district for shopping, golf courses, parks and beautiful farmland, agricultural markets and our world famous Niagara wineries.