Become A Fan of the USA
Discover the many reasons to cheer for these cities.
Scroll on to find out why you'll fall in love with these fantastic football cities and entertainment destinations on your next trip to the USA.
Go (to) Jacksonville
Become a fan of stunning beaches, wildlife and outdoor adventure. Sunny Jacksonville, Florida, is a veritable mecca for sports fans, where professional football, soccer and baseball teams hit the field. When the game’s over, get out and explore natural marshes and golden, sandy beaches.
Go (to) Baltimore
Shout hooray for rich history, cultural attractions and vibrant community. Home to football, baseball and more, Baltimore is a home run destination for nonstop entertainment. You’ll find more than just sports in this historic locale: Sample Maryland’s legendary seafood and get immersed in a world-class music scene.
Go (to) Tennessee
Score big with lively music and natural beauty. Sit courtside at a basketball game in Memphis, catch some football in Nashville, and root for minor league and college teams throughout the state. Sports aren’t the end of the story, though: Tennessee’s music roots run deep.
Go (to) Miami
Become a fan of beaches, sunsets and lively nightlife in Miami, where the fun never stops. Savor Florida’s signature sunny weather year-round and cheer on the area’s five professional sports teams at state-of-the-art venues.
Go (to) Atlanta
Become a fan of lively arts, southern charm and family fun. Atlanta is a sports fan’s dream, whether you’d like to see baseball, football or soccer. Stay to watch world-famous performers in concert and check out Georgia’s acclaimed food scene.
Go (to) Buffalo
Become a fan of natural wonders, architecture and epic museums in New York State. Football, hockey and baseball teams call Buffalo home, and you’ll find plenty of local charm in homegrown leagues like the Queen City Roller Girls. Nearby, tour world-famous Niagara Falls and discover maritime history.
Go (to) Indianapolis
Become a fan of fast racing, chill vibes and unique culture. Feel the rush of high-speed auto racing, and catch football and basketball teams in action. Round out the thrills with nightlife and outdoor excursions, or take a day trip to Cincinnati, Ohio, for more Midwest charms.
Go (to) Kansas City
Make some noise for great jazz, majestic fountains and scenic rivers in Kansas City. Football reigns supreme, but beloved soccer and baseball teams are just as likely to get you on your feet. Venture out to sightsee in Missouri’s exciting cities and cute small towns.
Go (to) New England
Become a fan of historic sites, seafood and scenic villages. In and around Boston, Massachusetts, famous football and baseball squads – and venues – have garnered global followings. Beyond the bright lights, encounter U.S. history in cultural hot spots.
Arriving in Jacksonville, Florida, I had no idea I was in for such a treat!
Just a short drive from Florida’s famous beaches and theme parks is charming Ocala and Marion County.
Historic charm and unspoiled beaches
Discover historic figures, landmark sites and enriching museums in the aptly nicknamed Charm City.
From big-city Baltimore to historic Frederick and picturesque points in between, Maryland is packed with a wide variety of exciting and unique attractions and experiences.
A deeper look at this historic waterfront city.
Taste Baltimore’s transformation, and experience a restaurant renaissance.
Let’s start with the basics: Miami, Florida has beaches. Beaches are beautiful. Florida is vibrant.
Award-winning beaches and diverse culture from coast to coast
Miami, Florida is a city synonymous with glamour and excitement.
Fill up on classic Florida cuisine on this itinerary from the theme parks down the coast.
Two music meccas, a scenic urban escape, a festive college town and a gateway to the Smoky Mountains await you on this unforgettable trip through Tennessee.
From the awe-inspiring Great Smoky Mountains in the eastern portion of the state to the mighty Mississippi River forming its western border, Tennessee’s diverse terrain is a dream come true for nature lovers.
Discover Tennessee’s top toe-tapping musical destinations.
Nashville, Tennessee offers more than 120 venues where you can listen to jazz, country, bluegrass, rock, pop or classical music.
Take a drive along this scenic and varied loop, starting and ending in Boston, a friendly and bustling urban center and the largest city in Massachusetts, and venturing into adjacent states. Along the way, stop to stroll through quaint villages, tour fascinating museums and historic sites, enjoy first-rate shopping and soak up the natural beauty of the region’s coasts, islands, mountains and valleys. Be sure to savor the authentic tastes of New England, including fresh lobster, and learn abo
With Boston as its gateway, this route will explore the unique cultural, historic and culinary offerings of New England’s urban centers and picturesque villages. Leaving Boston, drive north to Vermont, then south through western Massachusetts into Connecticut before looping along the coast to Rhode Island and Cape Cod, finishing back in Boston. Along the way, pause to enjoy cultural attractions, vibrant neighborhoods, mountain vistas, iconic islands and vast beaches.
Experience the many sides of Maine, from its iconic coastline and picturesque lighthouses to epic inland sights and adventures.
Bridges, History and Cheese: A Vermont Heritage Road Trip
Buffalo, New York
This 1,200-kilometer trail promotes outdoor recreation and showcases the state’s scenery, history and special places.
Although the area that constitutes upstate New York is often up for debate, what you should know is that upstate is much more than simply “not New York City.”
Buffalo, New York is full of fascinating American history and culture.
From the earliest days of European settlement to its status as one of the original 13 American colonies, New York State has been integral to the history of the USA.
To experience the Hoosier State’s diverse landscape, pay a visit to these four state parks.
Visiting Parke County, Indiana, is like traveling back in time.
Discover this vibrant region alongside the Ohio River, where Cincinnati in Southern Ohio meets Covington and Newport in Northern Kentucky.
Hit the open road for a trip that promises an exciting mix of unforgettable Ohio experiences.
Kansas City, Missouri
Missouri is located in the heart of the U.S. Midwest and boasts tons of memorable attractions including historic sites, iconic landmarks and beautiful countryside.