The United States of America is an overly large country that is packed with an enchanting assortment of attractions across its landscape. The country's gripping colonial history has transformed it into a tourist-friendly destination that brims with museums, historical edifices, high-end shopping streets, architectural marvels, galleries and amusement parks.
Here is how you will spend your time
Day 1: Arrive In San Francisco
Fly to San Francisco, which is one of the few North American cities to achieve the legendary status of such places as Paris or London. The city's well-known hills offer stunning views of the Pacific Ocean and San Francisco Bay, and feature a wide array of shops, restaurants, and cosmopolitan nightlife. In addition to this San Francisco is a gateway to Silicon Valley, America's premier high-technology center. Upon arrival, check in to the hotel.
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150 Greenwich St, San Francisco, CA 94111, United States
Day 2: San Francisco City Tour
Today we proceed on a sightseeing tour of San Francisco. You will visit the famous Golden Gate Bridge, with the world’s highest bridge towers. Continue on to Twin Peaks, Lombard Street, Cable Car, Pier 39, Nob Hill, Civic Center, Union Square, Fisherman’s Wharf, Palace of Fine Arts and other highlights.
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the Embarcadero at Beach St
, San Francisco
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Day 3: San Francisco To Las Vegas
Depart in the morning for your flight to Las Vegas. On arrival, transfer to your hotel. In the evening, we proceed for the city tour in Las Vegas experiencing the spectacular Colorful Dancing Fountain water fountains of the Bellagio, the Pirate Ships at
Treasure Island, Stratosphere Tower, Downtown Vegas, and of
course Fremont street, where over 12 million lights create a free
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Fremont Street, Las Vegas,
Travel from San Francisco to Las Vegas
Fly from San Francisco
Caltrain to San Jose, fly
Train, line 3612 bus
Bus, line 3612 bus
Day 4: Grand Canyon (Optional)
Spend the day at leisure or take the Grand Canyon Tour Bus or Air (Optional). Don’t Forget the New Wonder of the West the Skywalk. In the evening, take the Las Vegas Night Flight (Optional), a Helicopter Ride over dazzling night time Vegas, take in a fabulous Show or visit any of the free shows such as the Sirens of Treasure Island and much more.
Treasure Island. An artificial island half-way between San Francisco and Oakland connected to Yerba Buena Island which the Bay Bridge passes through. The island has excellent ...
Treasure Island San Francisco
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Day 5: Las Vegas - Los Angeles
Enjoy breakfast at the hotel and then fly to Los Angeles. Later, enjoy a city tour of Los Angeles. We will drive you through the “Entertainment capital of the world”, Hollywood, Hollywood Walk of Fame, Beverly Hills, Grumman Chinese Theater, Sunset strip, Rodeo Drive for the world’s most expensive shopping and China town for some good bargains.
The Las Vegas Strip is an approximately 4.2-mile (6.8 km) stretch of Las Vegas Boulevard South in Clark County, Nevada. Unknown to many travelers outside of Nevada, The Strip ...
3600 Las Vegas Blvd S (at Bellagio Hotel & Casino),Las Vegas, NV 89109
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Travel from Las Vegas to Los Angeles
Fly to Los Angeles
Fly to Ontario/San Bernardino, train
Day 6: Los Angeles- Universal Studio
Join us today for a tour of Universal Studios which has always been known for its innovative rides and attractions, and is designed to let visitors experience the movies like never before. A trip to Universal is like a trip into the heart of Hollywood. With films and TV shows always in production, one never knows who they might see wandering the sidewalks of the park.