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Sightseeing in Americas

Historic Site
“Shopping center with many stores & restaurants comprising 3 historic market buildings & a promenade.”
193 locals recommend
Canal Lock
“This park hosts a botanical garden, a small museum, a “fish ladder”, and the Locks themselves- a manmade engineering marvel that works sort of like a boat elevator.”
401 locals recommend
Historic Site
“In the heart of Downtown Salt Lake, Temple Square is a great place to visit and get to know SLC better. ”
211 locals recommend
Monument / Landmark
“If you are visiting Buenos Aires you need to check out this monument, strategically located at the intersection of two of the most important avenues: 9th of July, among the widest in the world, and Av. Corrientes, one of the main cultural points of the city.”
143 locals recommend
Government Building
“Palacio de La Moneda (Spanish: Coin Palace) is the seat of the President of the Republic of Chile. It occupies an entire block and its construction began in 1784 and was opened in 1805.”
191 locals recommend
Market
“Ottawa's original settlement with many historical buildings now converted into shops and restaurants. The heart of Ottawa's entertainment district as well. Easy walk to many nearby museums, galleries and Parliament Hill.”
212 locals recommend
Historic Site
“Independence Hall is the building where both the United States Declaration of Independence and the United States Constitution were debated and adopted. It first opened in 1753. It is now the centerpiece of the Independence National Historical Park in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.”
195 locals recommend
Concert Hall
“At least take a tour, beautiful little park hide everywhere, amazing acostics, all TEAK inside gorgeous outside too”
255 locals recommend
Monument / Landmark
“Mont-royal: for the Best view of montreal Metro station: mont royal ( orange line) Free and perfect if you love hiking ”
421 locals recommend
Castle
“Fue la fortaleza militar de la corona Española en la epoca de la conquista de america. It was the military fortress of the Spanish crown at the time of the conquest of America.”
140 locals recommend
Historic Site
“Narrow cobblestone streets, full of lively plazas and charming shops, art galleries, and cafes. During the day, you can walk around discovering some of Montreal’s landmarks (Notre-Dame Basilica, Clock Tower, Pointe-a-Calliere museum) then at night discover hidden bars and some of the best restaurants in the city. ”
278 locals recommend
History Museum
“A Must :-) It is the oldest in the country and one of the oldest in the continent, built in 1823. Its fortress architecture is built in stone and brick. The plant includes arches, domes and columns forming a sort of Greek cross over which 104 prison cells are distributed, with solid wall façade. The museum houses a collection of over 20,000 pieces including works of art and objects representing different national history periods. Permanent exhibitions present archeology and ethnography samples from Colombian artefacts dating 10,000 years BC, up to twentieth century indigenous and afro- Colombian art and culture.”
87 locals recommend
Scenic Lookout
“The most gorgeous 360° views of Auckland. Revolving Restaurant at the top (call to book a reservation)! For the Adventurous; you can walk around outside on the glass-bottom floor or bungee jump off the side! ”
115 locals recommend
Historic Site
“Walk the grounds and the property hiking trails for free from sun up to sun down. Best view of the Hudson River and Valley! One of our favorite places to see the sun set. Tours of Frederick Church's historic home are $12 and sell out well in advance. ”
101 locals recommend
Historic Site
“One of my favourite restaurant to eat dinner and at the same time see the ruins. Try to be early! Go at night!”
146 locals recommend
Plaza
“With Casa Rosada on one side, it was formed in 1884, the oldest public square in BA with a history of the city's most important events such as the Independence Revolution. Visit nearby stunning, iconic & touristy Cafe Tortoni.”
159 locals recommend