Many of us aspire to seeing America's most iconic cities - but it's not always practical to visit long-haul destinations like this time and time again. That's where multi-centre holidays really come into their own, offering the perfect solution to seeing more in fewer trips.
Want to see more of the USA on your next holiday? Choosing a multi-centre break is a great way to explore two or more destinations in a single trip. More than that, depending on where you go, this can also be the most practical way to travel too - especially if you're interested in a combination like Hawaii and New York.
Chicago and Los Angeles is a particularly good two-centre holiday combination, not least because these destinations lie at either end of Route 66 - one of the world's most famous road trips!
The USA is home to so many iconic cities that it can be difficult to know where to visit, especially if it’s your first Holiday to America. New York, LA, Miami, Las Vegas, Washington DC, Chicago… the list goes on.
If you do want to experience a slice of the USA’s celebrity culture along with one of its most iconic and striking destinations, a holiday to LA and Las Vegas will be right up your street.
Here at Bon Voyage, we have 30 years' experience in organising unforgettable holidays to the USA, and so know which combinations work the best. Among our favourites is San Francisco and Florida - a holiday pairing that mixes plenty of culture with some good old fashioned fun in the sunshine!
When picking two cities to visit, it's great to select a pairing that has a good balance of similarities and contrasts, which is exactly what you'll find with Chicago and New York.
With so much to explore, there’s only one ticket that lets you play the Disney way: Disney’s Ultimate Ticket.
Enjoy 3 nights in Memphis, home of the Blues and birthplace of Rock ‘N’ Roll, staying in the historic Beale Street area then spend 7 nights cruising the Mississippi River on board the largest steamboat ever built - the American Queen.
There's no more iconic skyline than that of Manhattan, and there's no more American place to fly into for your first visit to the USA.......