Welcome to North America
Epic road trips, iconic skylines, and some of the most diverse vistas on the planet — wherever you go, North America offers a kaleidoscope of incredible experiences just ripe for the picking.
With so much to see, do, and (of course) eat, when looking at flights to North America, it can be tricky to know where to start. Many travelers gravitate toward glittering cities like LA, or the icy glaciers of the Great White North. Sun worshippers can’t resist the palm-lined beaches of Miami, while nature lovers could wander the sprawling national parks forever.
But for most people, New York City is at the top of the list — and it’s not hard to see why. Whether it's sifting through East Village bookshops or sipping martinis in the Meatpacking District, there’s plenty of things to do in the Big Apple. Take a moment to pay your respects at the poignant 9/11 Memorial & Museum. The two reflecting pools sit where the Twin Towers once stood and feature the names of each victim in bronze.
Sweeping skyscrapers and deep dish pizza — what more could you ask of the Windy City? Once you’ve had a slice (or two, if you can manage it), head to the top of the Willis Tower and see the whole of Chicago from above. Step out onto The Ledge — a glass balcony that hangs over the edge of the building — for exhilarating views 1,353 feet straight down to the city below.
There’s more to the Sunshine State than amusement parks and white sandy shores. In Florida, channel your inner astronaut at the world's most authentic space attraction — NASA's Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex. Relive Neil Armstrong’s first steps on the moon and experience the thunderous rumble of a fully restored Saturn V rocket, one of just three in the world.
California dreamin’? Then cruise along the San Francisco waterfront, with spectacular views of Crissy Field and the lush hillsides of the Presidio. Float under the Golden Gate Bridge and past infamous Alcatraz before steaming back into the Bay as barking sea lions welcome you to Pier 43 1/2. Now that you’ve given your feet a well-deserved rest, you’re ready to take on those hills again.
O Canada... While two of the three waterfalls that make up Niagara Falls lie on the US side of the border, the view from Canada definitely takes the cake. Grab a rain poncho, hop aboard one of the tour boats, and admire the awesome power and amazing roar of these natural wonders. Or, set sail after sunset and soak in the full illumination of the Falls.