Residents of 28 U.S. states opt for
the same city as their top destination this summer, according to Kayak's Travel
Hacker Data. The report simultaneously looks into other cities that are
trending for summer travel.
Check out which cities
made the list:
Situated on the island of Oahu,
Honolulu is the major city of the Hawaiian Islands and the main gateway to
their tourism industry. Finding stunning beaches, surf spots, and historic
landmarks on the island, including Iolani Palace and Pearl Harbor does not
require traveling too far.
Charlotte, North Carolina
Charlotte, one of the fastest growing
cities in the country shines as a financial and banking hub. Not far from Blue
Ridge Parkway and the eastern edge of the Appalachian Mountains, Charlotte
offers thrilling exciting activities such as whitewater rafting besides the
more traditional tourist destinations like museums and restaurants.
New York, New York
Without a doubt, the most visited
city in the U.S., the Big Apple has several sights of tourists to see and
experience. New York City has more than enough to offer for one trip thanks to
the different culture and appeal. Visitors can look down on the city from the
top of Rockefeller Center, take a ferry to the Statue of Liberty, relax in
Central Park, stroll the Highline, attend a Broadway show or simply go shopping
and get lost in the city.
Every U.S. citizen should go to see
the nation's capital at least once. Besides visiting the political landmarks,
such as the White House, the Capitol, and monuments, tourists in D.C. can check
out the National Gallery of Art, the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural
History, and the National Mall.
Seattle, Washington is situated on
the Puget Sound in the Pacific Northwest. The Emerald City boasts awe-inspiring
natural scenery and a unique culture. Visitors can enjoy sightseeing in the
city itself, either by browsing Pike Place Market or eating dinner at the top
of the Space Needle, or going on a day trip to Mount Rainer, the San Juan
Islands or Snoqualmie Falls.