Altough we have to live under the pressure of the COVID-19 pandemic, we mustn’t lose heart as great times and total freedom will come again, therefore let’s check out Insider Monkey’s latest article about the most visited cities in the US by foreigners.
Those who love traveling, can feel trapped nowadays, as we have to cope with self-isolation and other restrictions due to the pandemic. There are negative voices, but don’t listen to them! Everything will be all right soon, and although we’ll never forget these tough times, and we’ll always remember our deads, life will move in a rut again. We will be able to travel, renew our passports, apply for visa and say hello to the world! Until then, it’s wise and pleasant to check beautiful cities, inviting routes and we can make plans where to go, how to travel, what to see, in other words let’s daydream a little! Imagine that you pack up into your suitcases, lock the front door, get in a taxi and arrive at the airport! Where would you go? To the beach for having a good suntan? Or to the mountains for spending a great time with skiing? Or just would like to visit cultural places and seeing the sights in different cities? My dream is to visit Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia and see the Petronas Twin Towers. I’d like to go up to the top by one of the amazingly fast elevators, and drink a coffee while looking at the city below through the window. There are lots of gorgeous buildings in the world, but my absolutely favorite one is in Kuala Lumpur. I firmly believe one day I will stand under this stunning skyscraper and will be able to admire every little detail of it!
But let’s turn back to the most visited cities in US by foreigners. Hereby we are giving only a brief foretaste from Insider Monkey’s list, as usual. Washington has got the 8th spot with its number of annual visitors in 2019: 1,907,000. Then we jump a big in the list, and taking Los Angeles-Long Beach-Glendale, CA MD from the second spot and and and amazing number: the city had 4,645,000 visitors in 2019! Interested in more information? Want to get idea where to travel after the pandemic? Check out Insider Monkey’s entire list.