If you want to go to a country with everything you need and everything you didn’t know you needed, you need to go to America.

There are so many places to visit you might not know where to start, but luckily there are some popular options (famous for a reason!) that mean you can eat, do and see so much you’ll be planning your next trip before you leave.

Before we get into six places that have more things to offer than you’ll ever need, here are three quirky places that you can add to your bucket list.

Glass Beach, Fort Bragg, California

A beach that is packed with 60 years of rubbish turned into gorgeous glass. You’ll find all kinds of glass here, and it is stunning – but you can’t take anything with you as it’s protected.

Enchanted Highway, North Dakota

Giant scrap metal sculptures stretch across 32 miles of highway, and you’ll be in awe of Grasshoppers in the Field, Deer Crossing, and Fisherman’s Dream.

The Mutter Museum, Pennsylvania

If medical marvels and history is your thing, then you’ll be happily ensconced in models, anatomical specimens, and historical medical instruments.

Now for six places that you simply have to see with your own eyes.

1. Las Vegas

Las Vegas offers a vacation unlike anywhere else on earth.

Once just a small dusty railway, Las Vegas is now the epicenter of bright lights, all-day entertainment, and some of the most luxurious casinos in the world.

While in Vegas, you can delight your senses with the smells and tastes from Cut. Cut is a restaurant that specializes in meat, and if you’re with a party, you can order a large sharing steak like a 40oz Japanese Wagyu!

In terms of entertainment, you’ll find the world’s most prominent singers gracing the stages, Cirque du Soleil, and more.

What makes this a great location, even if you don’t want to spend time in a casino, is that you can get to the Grand Canyon, Hoover Dam, Valley of Fire Skate Park, and more with ease.

2. Los Angeles

What makes America unique is that even within a single state, you’re going to find multiple cultures, and a fine example is Los Angeles. LA has long been associated with glitz, glamour, superstars, and money.

You can get a tour around the stunningly large homes in the ‘platinum triangle’ and drive by all of the most exclusive places in LA.

But it’s not just the chance to see a celebrity outside their homes you have when you go to Los Angeles – it’s simply packed with things to do.

Sunset Strip offers unique boutiques, nightclubs, and restaurants that are dripping in history and flavor.

But if you’re looking for somewhere to soak up an eclectic gathering of people and things to do, then Venice Beach is it. It is a certified Blue Wave beach which means it is healthy and maintained – and one of the cleanest.

The boardwalk offers over 2 miles of walking, and it is lined with restaurants, cafes, performers, and street vendors.

3. Michigan

Nestled between four of the five Great Lakes of North America, Michigan is best known for its diverse landscapes and of course, the legendary city of Detroit. There are endless places to visit whether you’re looking to connect with nature or soak up a little piece of history.

The lively city of Detroit, best known as ‘Motor City’, is the birthplace of modern automobiles. Spend a few hours visiting The Henry Ford Museum and marvel at America’s history and impressive innovations.

Much more than just cars and thanks to its thriving arts and music scene, Downtown Detroit offers exhilarating nightlife and entertainment. Greektown Casino is a must-see attraction in the heart of the city and is a one stop shop for food, drinks, and gaming! Learn how to play some of your favorite games online by finding your favorites on time2play.com – so you’ll stroll up to the tables confident and ready to play!

Step away from the hustle and bustle of city life and step back in time at Mackinac Island. Situated in Lake Huron, this historic island has been car-free for over 100 years. A horse-drawn carriage awaits taking you from A to B.

4. Seattle

Often making the list for Grey’s Anatomy and Fraiser lovers, Seattle is a gorgeous coastal city.

Of course, the Space Needle is one of the biggest attractions and is a modern icon. With a short 43 elevator ride, you can get to the observation level and marvel at the simple napkin doodle that inspired the building. The views from the observation level will let you see Mount Rainier, Cascade Mountains, and Elliot Bay.

The Chihuly Garden and Glass museum is a beautiful way to spend a few hours. It is one of the most comprehensive collections of Dale Chihuly and has a wide variety of works.

Pike Place Market has around 225 artisans selling their goods, and you’ll have entertainment from street performers too. It’s also home to the original Starbuck cafe, and you might recognize the name from one of their coffee blends.

5. New Orleans

You can enjoy the fusion of multiple cultures when you head to New Orleans. Some people say that when you’re in New Orleans, it doesn’t feel like you’re still in the US at all.

The French Quarter, in particular, is a sight to behold with all of its stunning architecture and, of course, the cuisine. If you really want to make the most of your trip, book during Mardi Gras and watch as decorated floats and music fill the streets.

There are a few things that you need to try when you’re in New Orleans, so the moment hunger strikes, check out Cafe du Monde for crispy beignets, grab Po-boys from Domilise’s, and some fried chicken from Willia Mae’s Scotch House.

6. Savannah

Skip the big cities and head to somewhere that is green, clean, and has a much slower pace. You’ll want to have your best walking shoes at the ready to stroll by the old southern mansions and across the waterfront.

You’ll find smaller candy stores and plenty of friendly people. Unlike some big cities, Savannah isn’t developed or aimed at tourists, which is why it is quiet and welcoming.

That’s not to say there isn’t plenty to do and some delightful places to eat, though. Olde Pink House restaurant is undeniably southern, and the building itself is something worth seeing. You’ll experience quiet conversations, candlelight, and a piano playing too.

For something with a twist, Husk Savannah is located in one of the most famous haunted houses. It’s fixed for fine dining, though, and the menu changes seasonally.

No matter what you are interested in, your hobbies, or the flavors you like the most, America has so much to offer!