North Carolina: Grand estates, glorious views and the Outer Banks

North Carolina, a southeastern state, boasts beautiful landscapes, ranging from Atlantic Ocean beaches to Appalachian Mountains.

Nevada: Neon lights, nature, cowboy poetry and casinos

Nevada is well-known for Las Vegas, but did you know it's also home to a flourishing cowboy culture and parks filled with gorgeous stone formations?

Maine: Pine trees, sailboats, lobsters and lighthouses

Visiting the United States? There are 50 states to see. Enjoy Maine's unspoiled forests, breathtaking scenery, great sailing and world-class seafood.
People sitting on tour boat looking at city skyline (John Lindsey/Illinois Office of Tourism)

Illinois: Chicago skyscrapers, music and Superman

Have you ever wanted to see Superman? Or watch a city bustle beneath your feet? Take a tour in Illinois and discover Chicago's sites and much more!

New York: Skyscrapers, Broadway shows, Niagara Falls and the Adirondacks

Visiting the United States? There are 50 states in all. New York is one of the top U.S. destinations for visitors.

New Hampshire: Railway tours, Colonial history, mountains and beaches

New Hampshire's beauty is in full force during autumn when mountainous forests transform into brilliant colors. Tour by train or enjoy historical sites.
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In New York, fast, free Wi-Fi is right down the block

New York City is replacing old and obsolete telephone booths with kiosks offering free, lightning-fast internet connections to anyone within 45 meters.

Virginia: Living history, vineyards, natural wonders and seaside fun

Visit Virginia and get a taste of adventure. Take a walk through caves, up mountains, or through historic towns and homes.
Seattle's skyline (Shutterstock)

Washington: Mountains, museums and high-tech innovation

Visiting the United States? There are 50 states in all. Washington is in the Pacific Northwest and is known as the “Evergreen State,” with its lush forests.