Vacation Ideas For US Veterans: Best Places To Visit


Everyone needs a vacation at some point, including US veterans. However, it can be difficult to work out what to do for your special vacation, which is why we’ve put together a shortlist of ideas that we hope will inspire you to leave the house and put your feet up. Keep on reading to find out what they are.

Explore The United States

The United States is one of the biggest countries in the world, and you know that. It’s unlikely that you’ve visited all of the American states and there are a few that are well worth visiting either for their gorgeous landscapes, friendly people, food, tourist hotspots, or historical landmarks.

There’s a lot to experience in the United States, even as a regular citizen. Why not visit the Big Apple to enjoy one of the greatest cities on Earth or head on over to California where you can take a deep dive into Hollywood, enjoy some of the most gorgeous beaches and attend some famous theme parks. We can’t forget Utah, home to various jaw-dropping national parks with its luxurious vacation homes, Hawaii, which is famous for its golden beaches, and even Las Vegas if you’re looking for some big entertainment or a shopping getaway.

Visit London, The United Kingdom

If you’re looking to leave the United States for whatever reason, it’s well worth taking a trip to London in the United Kingdom. The city is rich in history, and you can visit numerous landmarks like Buckingham Palace, the Tower of London, London Bridge, The Globe Theatre, and so much more.

There are also plenty of great restaurants to visit, theatre shows to watch, and tours to follow. The city is also home to several casino venues at which you can play dozens of different games or catch a fun show, although we believe that anyone purely looking to gamble is better off checking out an online casino website.

What’s more, London is so well connected with the rest of the UK that you’ll be able to visit plenty of other British cities and regions like Brighton, Essex, Manchester, York, and beyond.

Travel To Europe

If none of the above has sparked any inspiration yet, why not consider taking a vacation to Europe? The continent is jam-packed with dozens of different countries, each with its own unique culture. Try some new food, attempt a new language, visit some glorious landmarks and beaches, or just relax.

Many European cities like Lisbon and Venice are known for their slow pace, which is great if you’re someone who is simply looking to unwind a little. There are plenty of experiences to enjoy in Europe, and if you’re looking for something that is vastly different from the USA, Europe is the place to go.

Go Further

Finally, if you feel that Europe just doesn’t cut it for you, there are even more places to go. Consider visiting Asia, where you can dive into the cultures of various countries, from Pakistan and India to Japan and China. Much like Europe,  there are hundreds of cities that are filled with landmarks, places to explore, people to meet, and new food to try. While it may be frightening traveling so far from home, you’ll get to experience something so many other Americans won’t.

So those are our main vacation destination suggestions for US veterans. Regardless of where you decide to go, we’re confident that you’ll enjoy yourself and have fun. After all, you deserve it!


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