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Beverely Hills

Beverly Hills, California, is an icon of luxury, fame and wealth. While Hollywood stars make Beverly Hills their home, shop at Rodeo Drive, eat at the fabulous restaurants and relax at the spas, the rest of the world enjoys visiting this mesmerizing city and its world-famous attractions. Taking a tour of the star’s homes is one of the most popular activities, as is a visit to the historic Greystone Mansion or the famous Beverly Hills Hotel

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Hollywood Walk of Fame

Hollywood, the touristy place, is best known for the Chinese Theater, Dolby Theater, El Capitan Theater, and Hollywood Walk of Fame. These are all spots you’ll see showcased during the Oscars, and are all located on Hollywood Boulevard, between Orange and Highland Drives.

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Stratosphere Tower

Whether heightening your perspective on Sin City or offering the best Vegas views, the Stratosphere Casino, Hotel & Tower is on the lookout for you. A unique fixture in the Vegas skyline, our 1,149 foot tall Vegas resort Tower is the tallest freestanding observation tower in the United States and one of the most exciting attractions among Las Vegas resorts. Enjoy expansive views of the city from indoor and outdoor Vegas observation decks. If you’re hosting an event or reception, invite your guests to celebrate close to the stars. You’ll quickly discover why our magnificent 360 degree view of the shimmering Las Vegas Strip and valley was voted Best Place to View the City by Las Vegas Review-Journal readers.

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Freemont Street Experience

The spot where Vegas was born is today a pedestrianised area – and there’s always something going on. A five-block pedestrian area right in the heart of town, Fremont Street takes you all the way back to the founding of this buzzing city. Here you’ll wander past some of the classic neon signs that make up the landscape of Sin City while enjoying live bands, street performers and a stunning light show.

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Grand Canyon

The Grand Canyon is one of the most visited tourist sites in the world. It is not only a place of beauty; it is also a prime center where the oldest culture and history blend to form a gigantic mass of land worth visiting and experiencing. In this sense, the site itself is not simply for show, but for a unique and mind-blowing experience.

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Fisherman’s Wharf

Fisherman’s Wharf is San Francisco’s most popular destination among travelers, with around 12 million visitors flocking here each year. For over a century its historic waterfront was the hub of the city’s fishing fleet and is still famous for the depth and variety of its harvest, as well as for having some of the best seafood restaurants in the city. Today, it’s also renowned for its numerous tourist attractions such as museums, souvenir stores, historical buildings and piers, and scenic vistas over the Bay. It is located at the northern tip of the San Francisco Peninsula, along the San Francisco Bay. It runs all the way from Pier 39 through to Municipal Pier at the end of Aquatic Park. It is bordered by Van Ness Ave to the east and Bay St to the south.

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Golden Gate Bridge

Visiting the world famous Golden Gate Bridge is a unique experience for everyone. Whether you hike, walk, bike, shop, take a guided tour, or just sit back and take it all in, there is something for everyone.The Bridge’s Welcome Center offers all new merchandise and historical information. Open daily from 9 am to 6 pm, the Welcome Center is the first on-site center dedicated to telling the stories of the Golden Gate Bridge. The Center welcomes visitors, provides orientation and information services, houses exhibits, and offers high-quality commemorative and interpretive merchandise, and also showcases the original 12-foot stainless steel Bridge “test tower” used in 1933.

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Horseshoe Falls

Admire the largest of the three waterfalls that make up the world famous Niagara Falls and take a boat ride to the fall’s basin.Horseshoe Falls is the largest of Niagara Falls’ three waterfalls and a highlight of this internationally famed tourist attraction. It stretches between Table Rock in Ontario and Goat Island in the state of New York. The Horseshoe Falls, also known as the Canadian Falls, is around 188 feet (57 meters) tall, approximately 2,600 feet (790 meters) wide and one of the world’s highest-volume waterfalls.

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Niagara Falls

When it comes to the natural wonders of the world, Niagara Falls continues to intrigue. Created as water flowed into the Niagara River from the North American Great Lakes 12,000 years ago, these three spectacular waterfalls form the hub of a sightseeing and recreational area with enough outdoor and indoor activities to make a great weekend getaway or extended vacation

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Washington Monuments

Enter the elevator and ascend to the 500-foot level where incredible views of the city can be enjoyed. There are a variety of exhibits on the 500 and 490 foot levels, including historic photographs and interesting facts about the monument, the city of Washington DC and George Washington.