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Seven places in the US that could change your life

There are places in the USA that go beyond just traveling. These are not just destinations, but special locations that promise adventures and experiences for a lifetime, reports TheTravel.

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Some attractions enchant holidaymakers with their serene landscapes filled with natural wonders. They are included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. Other destinations, such as world famous cities, have busy streets and modern buildings that attract the attention of millions tourists. Visiting such places can change your life and is worth visiting at least once.

New York City, New York

  • Best Attractions to Visit in New York: Central Park, Statue of Liberty, American Museum of Natural History, Metropolitan Museum of Art.
  • Best time to visit: all year round.

A bustling city that captivates millions of travelers, it is characterized by its diverse cultures, iconic landmarks and vibrant energy.

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“Now you are in New York. These streets will make you feel brand new, big lights will inspire you" - this iconic line from Empire State Of Mind, a classic song by Jay-Z and Alicia Keys, sums up the magnetic charm and grandeur of one of the most visited cities in the USA, will change your life and have unique energy.

Some of the Big Apple's top attractions include the Empire State Building, Central Park, and Times Square, with the latter having a whopping 213+ reviews on Google Maps. This special place features vibrant theatres, iconic hotels, music halls and brightly lit digital billboards.

White Sands National Park, New Mexico

  • Best time to visit: early spring and late autumn (least attendance).
  • Entry fee: $15–$25 for a standard ticket.

White Sands National Park - this is a fairy-tale country. The unique park, located in New Mexico, boasts one of the world's largest gypsum dune fields. The surreal beauty of the sparkling white sand with its undulating texture under the clear blue sky creates an otherworldly landscape. It is ideal for exploration and contemplation.

The sharp contrast between the dunes and the surrounding desert adds stunning visual appeal to the park, and the gypsum field showcases its unique natural features and ecosystems. More than 800 species of animals live in this harsh but beautiful environment.

Visitors come here to hike, camp, and witness breathtaking sunsets that transform the landscape into a scene from a fairy tale.


Alaska is the largest state in the United States with numerous natural wonders. This is the ideal place to see the northern lights.

This is an unusual, otherworldly state with beautiful northern lights, wild national parks and natural wonders. This can only be seen in Alaska and nowhere else.

Denali National Park, Anchorage, and Kenai Fjords National Park - the most popular and attractive places in Alaska. Visiting these attractions once again proves why this state provides travelers with unforgettable memories that offer a new perspective on America.

Bonneville Salt Flats, Utah

  • Best time to visit: summer, but tourists should be aware of high temperatures.
  • Entry fee: at no extra charge.

This is one of America's most iconic sites, with salt-covered terrain stretching as far as the eye can see.

Bonneville Salt Flats is a popular destination in Utah for those seeking a thrilling experience in a unique and scenic setting. It is a vast, otherworldly expanse of pure white salt. It creates an ethereal mirror surface that reflects the blue sky. The surreal beauty of the salt marshes, especially during sunrise and sunset, evokes a feeling of entering a fantasy realm.

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On a hot day, travelers are often haunted by mirages that appear on the horizon; the plains appear to be covered with water.

Various activities are held on these salt flats.

Antelope Canyon, Arizona

  • Best time to visit: spring and autumn.
  • Entry fee: prices range from $50 to $110 depending on the tour operator.

The most photographed canyon in the southwestern United States was formed as a result of water erosion.

This slot canyon, located in Lake Powell Navajo Tribal Park, has narrow passages and stunning undulating rock formations created by centuries of erosion.

Its unique structure allows light to enter from different angles, creating what are known as cosmic rays, illuminating the vibrant reds and oranges of the surrounding sandstone walls.

This surreal environment creates an otherworldly atmosphere for photography and nature lovers. Travelers exploring the winding paths of the canyon are in awe of what they see, while guides talk about the cultural significance of this location.

Visitors are required to book mandatory tours with authorized operators.

Walt Disney World Resort, Florida

  • Best time to visit: January, February, mid and end of August, September.
  • Entry fee: prices different.

Exactly this magical place on Earth with many creative attractions and other interactive entertainment. About 58 million tourists visit it annually. This world-famous entertainment complex features two water parks, four theme parks, more than 25 themed hotels and other amenities that transport guests to a world of magic.

Tourists need at least five days to immerse themselves in the fabulous atmosphere of a life-changing place. The experience is worth every penny spent.

Grand Canyon, Arizona

  • Best time to visit: from March to May and from September to November, when the temperature is lower and there are fewer people (summer is the busiest season).
  • Entry fee: $20–$35 per standard ticket.

The Grand Canyon is undoubtedly one of the most iconic natural wonders of the planet, designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The canyon's scale and colorful layers of rock have been carved by the Colorado River over millions of years. These ancient landscapes leave visitors in awe.

Travelers will explore this magnificent wonder by going on a one-day hike along Bright Angel Trail, leading into the depths of the canyon. Those looking for spectacular views can effortlessly explore the six lookout points along Desert View Drive.

In addition to stunning views, the Grand Canyon offers a rich cultural experience. 11 Indian tribes live here. Tourists will have an incredible opportunity to gain insight into tribal communities Grand Canyon National Park exploring Tusayan Pueblo and a museum displaying the ruins of an ancient Pueblo village. Moreover, many strange things have been found in the Grand Canyon, giving it a mystical beauty.

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