The United States of America is considered the most powerful nation in the world and a place so many people dream of visiting, at least once during their lifetime. The country is visited by millions of people from all over the world annually, but only a handful of cities stand out among the rest. It’s in honor of those ranked as a cut above that we present to you the Top 10 Most Visited Cities in the United States by Foreign Travelers. What you’ll notice is that the majority of the top 5 cities boast the added advantage of offering warm weather. Climate is definitely a big key in determining the desired destinations for most travelers. That said, there are also a handful of cities that offer so much character, history and scenery, they’re popular regardless of climate. No matter what floats your boat, there’s something for everyone.
Even outside of the famous Cheers restaurant and the Red Sox’ Fenway Park, Boston has its share of rich history and culture to share with the world. Boston Logan international airport is the best way to access the city from other parts of the world. Within the city, you can take a taxi almost anywhere, but a walk around the city on a sunny afternoon will really open your eyes to Boston’s beauty. One of the many things that the city can boast about is the presence of a large number of exotic restaurants serving international cuisine. If you love eating quality and well-prepared food, you will find Boston a very interesting place.
Boston also offers its share of activities and events; Patriot’s Day and of course the Boston Marathon are two of the marquee events considered to be synonymous with the city. Other festivals include the independent day of Boston and the feast of St. Anthony. Baseball, basketball and football are the most popular sports in the city and the fans are of the die-hard variety, so if you want to see passion, see the Red Sox, Patriots or Bruins play live.