The Northeast corridor of the U.S. is by far the most densely populated section of the country with over 52 million people (17% of the U.S. population). Its cities have some of the best public transportation in the country, with subways and light rails available to take you almost anywhere you’d like to go.
Photo: Sunset from Brooklyn, New York
District of Columbia
Washington DC: The nation’s capital has countless epic tourist attractions, as well as a variety of hip neighborhoods to traverse. Read more.
Boston: Founded way back in 1630, Boston is teeming with historic landmarks and has some of the most distinctive cuisine (and people) in the country. Read more.
New York Cities
New York City: The largest city in the U.S., New York has some of the best (and most trendy) food, nightlife, and entertainment in the country as well as five boroughs to explore. Read more.