Holidays to the USA are always exciting adventures, but by visiting more than one city during your trip, you can see more that the country has to offer. Taking New York and Las Vegas holidays allow you to explore the city that never sleeps and drink in the bright lights and glamor of the world's entertainment capital – all in one trip.

Each holding their own unique and exciting attractions, New York and Las Vegas have much to offer holidaymakers. And by visiting them side-by-side during USA multi-center holidays, you can really get a feel for the different atmospheres and cultures they are home to.

As one of the most famous cities in the world, New York receives hordes of visitors each year. Its streets and skyline are littered with iconic sights and amazing attractions which offer something of interest for every kind of traveler.

Perhaps one of its most popular attractions is the fantastic shopping opportunities it offers. The Big Apple is home to countless designer shops and lavish department stores, so shopaholics will be able to spend to their heart's content – and still find more places to explore the next day.

Some shops are even close to being tourist attractions themselves, with stores such as Macy's being a popular place for holidaymakers to visit.

Meanwhile, catching a Broadway show is another must on any trip to the city that never sleeps. New York's incredible selection of theatrical delights is akin to London's West End – and visiting a show is one of the most memorable and exciting things you can during your trip.

Perhaps the city's most famous attraction, however, is the Statue of Liberty. This neoclassical structure is known all over the world and it sees scores of tourists flocking to Liberty Island each day. By taking a short ferry ride over to the island, you can see the famous statue up close.

Historically the statue greeted immigrants coming to America – and remains a symbol of the country's freedom today. If you're interested in learning more about the history behind immigration to America and how hopeful travelers were dealt with on arrival, you can take another short ferry ride over to Staten Island. This was the actual location immigrants arrived at and it now houses a museum dedicated to its history.

While the Big Apple may seem an endless stream of hustle and bustle, it has its quieter areas too. Located in the center of the city, Central Park is a vast area of ​​greenery where you can go to relax. Home to countless places to read, have a picnic or simply enjoy a quiet stroll, it also has some surprising attractions, too.

In its carefully designed landscape, you will also find a zoo, a wildlife sanctuary and two ice skating rinks.

Once you've finished exploring New York, you can set off on your Las Vegas holidays. Arriving in this brightly-lit metropolis, it's a great idea to visit the Strip. This incredibly colorful, vast street is lined with casinos and huge hotels, which will give you a feel for the city as a whole.

During your stay, attending one of the city's many shows is a great way to experience some of the glamor that characterises Las Vegas, while having a flutter in one of the many casinos is a must.

Meanwhile, the Fremont Street Light Experience is not to be missed. This 27-meter high canopy is a huge attraction for tourists and it's not hard to see why. Before a show, the lights of the surrounding casinos and hotels – normally running day and night – are shut off, increasing the impact of this incredible sight.

And if you would like to explore a little further afield, Las Vegas is the perfect place to do it from. Taking a trip to the world-famous Grand Canyon can easily be arranged, so if you can tear yourself away from the bright lights, you can find yourself staring down at one of the seven natural wonders of the world during your break.

By taking a USA multi-center holiday, you can see more of what this exciting country has to offer. From the lights of Las Vegas to the Statue of Liberty in New York, you can soak up diverse atmospheres all in one incredible trip.



Source by Dipika Patel