The U.S travel guide documented by Nomadic Matt is a mere general guide that emphasizes on the most beautiful places in the U.S that may happen to be underappreciated by many backpackers and budget travelers. Matt starts off by exclaiming that the U.S is a country that demands more time.
Supplemented by its vast array of great cities, beautiful national parks, diverse geography and cultural microcosms with their great foods that come to make the U.S be. As Matt writes, the top 5 most beautiful places in the U.S are exploring New York City, visit the Grand Canyon, enjoy the warm weather of Austin, Texas, trek Glacier National Park, and dive the Pacific Coastal drive–respectably.
Expanding on many more things and places to see to maximize the all-American experience, Matt places typical costs and budgeting alongside towards subjects like accommodation, food, transportation and other activities. For a large country without a dominant tourist infrastructure, it becomes an all over the place like experience traveling. For that reason alone this guide came to be, to help elucidate the many questions and help plan the perfect itinerary for a day and night trip for however many days and however big of a budget.
Covering other areas like enjoying the foodie and blues culture of Memphis, hanging out and unwinding on the black volcanic beaches of Hawaii, drinking in the North-California Wine country as well as visiting the multitude of national parks and other attractions around. The blog emphasizes on weekend trips to many big cities like Chicago, Seattle, Washington DC as well as planning out the perfect road trip across the country. From sea to shining sea, the U.S is full of life, both culturally and physically. Some of Nomadic Matt’s favorite and most beautiful places in the U.S include New Orleans, Redwood national park, Nashville and many others.