THE 30 MOST FUN CITIES IN AMERICA

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THE 30 MOST FUN CITIES IN AMERICA

After a lot of travel within the cities of America below are the most fun loving cities we think you should not miss out on next vacation or business trip and maybe you are even traveling with friends and family or you are going as a group this is our pick for you enjoy.

 

  1. Omaha, Nebraska

    The Old Market in Omaha

Omaha is not only a good place to have fun; it’s also a relatively cheap place to do it. The Midwestern city rounded out the top 15 in the costs category.

 

  1. Dallas, Texas

    The Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garde

Dallas ranked in the top 25 of the overall nightlife and parties category.

 

  1. Richmond, Virginia

    Richmond, Virginia

Richmond rounded out the top 30 in the overall entertainment and recreation category.

 

  1. Sacramento, California

    Sacramento, California

Sacramento was ranked number 23 in terms of the city’s options for entertainment and recreation.

 

  1. Tucson, Arizona

    Tucson, Arizona

Tucson came in 14th place in the overall category of cost, which means that visitors can have a good time in the city without breaking the bank.

 

  1. Minneapolis, Minnesota

    The view of downtown Minneapolis from the Stone Arch Bridge

Minneapolis just made it into the top 20 in the overall entertainment and recreation category β€” the city ranked 19th.

Having a good time in the city isn’t cheap though. The city came in 73rd in the costs category.

 

  1. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

    The Duquesne Incline on Mount Washington

Pittsburgh came in 16th place in the overall entertainment and recreation category. It ranked much higher in the costs category though, coming in at 68th place.

 

  1. Salt Lake City, Utah

    The Salt Lake City Public Library.

There’s plenty of inexpensive fun to be had in Salt Lake City. The Utah city ranked 21st and 23rd in the overall categories of entertainment and recreation and costs, respectively.

 

  1. Fort Lauderdale, Florida

    Fort Lauderdale.

Thanks to the fact that it’s a tourist draw, Fort Lauderdale is a more expensive destination. The city ranked 85th in the cost category.

However, there’s plenty to do. The city came in 20th in the entertainment and recreation category and 24th in the nightlife and parties category.

 

  1. Honolulu, Hawaii

    Waikiki Beach in Honolulu.

Honolulu and San Francisco tied for first place when it comes to festivals per capita. The city is anything but cheap, though. Honolulu came in 132nd place in the costs category.

 

  1. Seattle, Washington

    Pike Place Market in Seattle

Despite inclement weather, Seattle made it into the top 10 in terms of the city’s offerings for entertainment and recreation β€” the city came in 8th place overall.

It also ranked 13th in the nightlife and parties category.

 

  1. Houston, Texas

    The McGovern Centennial Gardens in Houst

Houston took 16th place in the nightlife and parties category.

 

  1. Austin, Texas

    The Oasis restaurant,

Austin ranked just after Houston in terms of nightlife and party options, coming in at number 17.

The city is also known to be a hot spot for good food.

 

  1. Washington, DC

    Cherry blossoms in bloom in Washington

Besides being home to some of the country’s most recognized landmarks, DC is also known for its bars and clubs. The city ranked 7th in the nightlife and party category.

It’s one of the more pricey cities on the list, though. DC came in at 146 in the costs category.

 

  1. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

    An alleyway in Philadelphia.

Philadelphia made it into the top 20 for entertainment and recreation, taking 17th place. Be ready to spend some money here, though. The city ranked 102nd in the costs category.

 

  1. Tampa, Florida

    Hillsborough River and the Tampa skyline

Tampa might not be the first city that comes to mind when you think of festivals, but the city actually came in third place in terms of festivals per capita.

 

  1. St. Louis, Missouri

    The St. Louis County Courthouse.

For ranking in the top 15, St. Louis isn’t as pricey as you might assume. The city came in 6th in terms of cost.

 

  1. Cincinnati, Ohio

    Cincinnati’s Great American Ball Park

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Cincinnati ranked 15th overall in the entertainment and recreation category.

 

  1. Los Angeles, California

    Hollywood Boulevard in Los Angeles.

Los Angeleans take their fitness seriously. The city has the fifth most fitness centers per capita. It also ranked in the top 10 in the entertainment and recreation category, taking 7th place.

However, LA, along with NYC, has some of the highest movie ticket costs per capita.

 

  1. Denver, Colorado

    Larimer Square in Denver.

Denver ranked 11th in terms of nightlife and party options in the city.

 

  1. San Diego, California

    San Diego

San Diego, along with San Francisco and New York, has the highest number of fitness centers per capita.

But going out in the idyllic west coast city isn’t cheap. San Diego has one of the highest average beer prices.

 

  1. Chicago, Illinois

    The Chicago River

Chicago is a clean city and it’s also a green city. It tied with NYC for the most park playgrounds per capita.

The city scored high in the entertainment and recreation category, coming in 5th place. Chicago is known as a great summer destination, thanks to its beaches, ball parks, and its popular summer music festival, Lollapalooza.

 

  1. New Orleans, Louisiana

    The French Quarter in New Orleans.

New Orleans ranked number five in the overall category of nightlife and parties, which isn’t surprising considering the city is a hot destination for bachelor and bachelorette parties and for friends looking to celebrate Mardi Gras.

 

  1. San Francisco, California

    Lombard Street in San Francisco.

San Francisco and Honolulu tied for first place when it comes to festivals per capita. The city also placed first in two other categories: most fitness centers per capita (a tie with NYC and San Diego) and most dance clubs per capita (a tie with Las Vegas, Atlanta, and Los Angeles).

Fun comes at a steep price here, though. San Francisco ranked 145th place in the costs category.

 

  1. Atlanta, Georgia

    Centennial Olympic Park in Atlanta.

Atlanta has plenty to offer foodies; the city took 5th place in the category of restaurants per capita. And if you’re looking for a follow-up to dinner, the city also tied with San Francisco and Las Vegas for the most dance clubs per capita.

 

  1. Portland, Oregon

    The Pearl District in Portland.

If you like to go out, you’ll love Portland. The city ranked 4th in the overall nightlife and parties category, and it also took 4th place in terms of the number of accessible bars in the city.

 

  1. Miami, Florida

    South Beach, Miami.

Unsurprisingly, Miami took the number two spot in the nightlife and parties category, coming in just after Las Vegas. The city also ranked 4th in terms of fitness center per capita.

Although it may have plenty of beautiful beaches, Miami placed in the bottom half for parkland per capita.

 

  1. New York City, New York

    Central Park in New York City.

Although NYC took third place in WalletHub’s overall rankings, the big apple ranked first in the entertainment and recreation category.

The city also took the number one spot in the categories of most accessible bars, most restaurants per capita (a tie with Orlando and Las Vegas), most park playgrounds per capita (a tie with Chicago), and most fitness centers per capita (a tie with San Francisco and San Diego).

 

  1. Orlando, Florida

    Disney World in Orlando.

Considering Orland is home to Walt Disney World, it’s no wonder that the city placed second overall in WalletHub’s rankings.

Orlando is a great place to experience all different kinds of cuisine β€” it tied with NYC and Las Vegas for the most restaurants per capita. Plus, for a city that offers so much in the way of entertainment, it’s relatively inexpensive, taking 6th place in the costs category.

 

  1. Las Vegas, Nevada

    An aerial view of the Las Vegas strip.

Las Vegas took the top spot in WalletHub’s list, making it the most fun city in the US. Sin City ranked first in the nightlife and party category and 6th place in the entertainment and recreation category.

Vegas have the most restaurants per capita (a tie with NYC and Orlando) and the most dance clubs per capita (a tie with Atlanta, LA, and San Francisco). It placed 2nd in terms of most accessible bars and 5th in terms of festivals per capita.

The city is the ultimate destination for party animals.

 

 

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