Best Big Cities to Travel Through

Published: February 22, 2014

If you want to be amazed you can travel through large metropolitan areas just for the adventure of it. Major cities have familiar establishments like McDonald's, Target, CVS and other familiar and affordable stores and eating out places. You can take your car games and your camera or camcorder and breeze through without going into the red. 

  1. Chicago

    Yes, Chicago is cultural. It is even pretty. There are the Field Museum and the Adler Observatory to explore. The cost is as low as $18 for each adult and $13 per child. Driving along Lake Shore Drive is surprising as it is nice with trees along the way and parks. The lake is Lake Michigan here.

  2. Tallahassee

    Tallahassee, Florida is a huge town. The freeway has up to eight lanes for travelers to maneuver. You might believe you must be in San Francisco instead when you get there and see the roads. Tallahassee is home to Florida State University and the Westcott Center. You can travel to this city any time even though it has a warm climate the record highs are only a little over 100 so don't worry if you have to go in the summer. If you are familiar wih universities you will have an idea of how visiting goes. Since FSU is a top school for science, medicine and technology you may find it an interesting stopover. It is classified as a top research college.

  3. New York City

    If you like to watch people, you will love getting to New York City. It has a diverse population of people. White or caucasion constitute only 44% of the population, interestingly. Although it is in the majority overall. The next race of people in this city are the Hispanic people containing over 28% of the population count. Black people make up 25% of the people and Asians rack up to a total of 12.7% of the population. There are a few Indians here also. On top of all sorts of shops and vendors there is always Chinatown, especially Chinatown, Manhattan. If you make it to New York City, one of the largest cities in the world, be certain get your postcards.


  4. Nashville

    Nashville, Tennessee is the home to country music. It is known as Music City. Nashville is geared for tourists. You will see mansions, a Greek temple, horse drawn carriages, stars like Keith Urban or Brad Paisley, Faith Hill and Tim McGraw or Alan Jackson. While you are there you might also stop by the Johnny Cash Museum.

There are many cities in the United States to see. Getting to visit these large cities is an adventure and a great memory to behold. You will many times be reminded. When you see other spots grow you will be reminded. When you are watching television, shopping and maybe eating out, especially, probably this one, you will sometimes reinvision how the bigger cities compare.