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Sightseeing in Americas

National Park
“Excellent place with awesome views. I think its the best place in San Diego for views. National Parks pass is free to enter $10 per vehicle”
304 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
History Museum
“A great place to go see an old prison. During September-November this old prison is converted into a haunted house at night. It’s a fun attraction for people of all ages.”
182 locals recommend
History Museum
“The Great Temple or Great Temple of Mexico is an enclosure that includes a series of constructions, buildings, towers and a patio, the physical space where they were located, surrounded by a wall that had doors that gave access to the main roads of the city. .”
105 locals recommend
Historic Site
“Alcatraz was the site of the first lighthouse in the Western United States but became a federal penitentiary from 1934-1963, housing famous convicts such as Al Capone and George "Machine Gun" Kelly. Now, this once infamous prison island is part of the Bay Area’s 80,000-acre Golden Gate National Recreation Area.”
204 locals recommend
Museum
“Newly renovated, this wonderful museum is a must see. It has been thoughtfully designed for all to see and appreciate. You will come out informed and awed. It is well done for all ages and truly merits a place on your agenda.”
93 locals recommend
Boat or Ferry
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“we love the history and nostalgia this ship gives, I can host free entrance to my personal guests along with spa services aboard the ship!!”
219 locals recommend
Castle
“Visit this Historical Landmark was declared a World Heritage Site by the United Nations in 1983. Was built in the 16th century to protect the city.”
91 locals recommend
Monument / Landmark
“Tulum was a walled city of Mayan culture located in the State of Quintana Roo, in southeastern Mexico, on the Caribbean coast. It is currently a great tourist attraction of the Riviera Maya and next to it is the modern town of the same name, Tulum. Beautiful crystalline beaches surrounded by nature you can not miss, it is worth visiting”
253 locals recommend
Plaza
“This is our main square, surrounded by our cathedral, the mayor's office, congress, and supreme court. The city's oldest restaurant "La puerta falsa" is adjacent to the Cathedral”
84 locals recommend
Concert Hall
“It's really right across the river from us. The World's Longest running radio show.”
216 locals recommend
Park
“We're the big battle happened in the 16's, we're the English beat the French”
164 locals recommend
Farmers Market
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“Market inside Ferry Building with a diverse selection of famous SF eateries: Hog Island Oyster Co, Acme Bread, Cowgirl Creamery, Blue Bottle, Miette and more.”
469 locals recommend
Historic Site
“Natural Historic Side constructed in 1749, designed to protect the city. Amazing views of Halifax Harbour. Reenactments and artifacts from the period showing what life was like back then. Every day the cannon goes off at noon.”
113 locals recommend
Outdoor Sculpture
“One of Chicago's most famous landmarks is the bean. it's located in millennium park where it has many other events and other activities to do.”
153 locals recommend
Hotel
“The Fairmont Le Château Frontenac, formerly and commonly referred to as the Château Frontenac, is a historic hotel in Quebec City, Quebec, Canada. The hotel is situated in Old Quebec, within the historic district's Upper Town. The Chateau Frontenac was designed by Bruce Price, and was built by the Canadian Pacific Railway company. The hotel is presently managed by Fairmont Hotels and Resorts. Opened in 1893, the Châteauesque-styled building is 79.9-metre-tall (262 ft), containing 18 floors. The building's height is furthered, as it is situated at an elevation of 54 m (177 ft).[5] It is one of the first completed grand railway hotels. The hotel was expanded on three occasions, with the last major expansion taking place in 1993. The building was designated a National Historic Site of Canada in 1981.”
135 locals recommend