Last Updated on January 7, 2021
Don’t forget to explore the streets and alleys to touch the urban art that makes from this city, the capital of Australia.
#5 – Atlanta
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The fourth of April 4 is the day in which Atlanta marks the 50th anniversary of the death of Martin Luther King Jr. Should you know that the ticket to Atlanta will cost you no more than $250, in case you decided to go.
The state of Georgia is commemorating the anniversary event with the launch of civil rights trail where variant and remarkable civil rights sites will be connected, including the home of King Boyhood in Atlanta.
Kevin Langston, who is the deputy commissioner for tourism in Georgia, said that Atlanta is expecting people to come from different parts of the world. The invitation is also open for those who are interested in civil rights movement and would like to be part of the whole experience.
#4 – San Antonio
Did you know that many changes were brought to San Antonio? In 2013, the River Walk was expanded to fifteen miles from three miles. This has connected the River to the five Spanish colonial missions, which in turn where given the name of Unesco World Heritage site in 2015.
That’s not all, the Pearl District, anchored by the Pearl mixed-use space is loaded with shops, restaurants, and it is still continuing to grow. In addition to all this, San Antonio is the symbol of tolerance, peace, and unity.
The city is a melting pot in which all the different races and cultures are truly co-existing and supporting one another. All you need is $340 for the tickets and some friendly budget in the pocket, and you will be just ready to go!
#3 – Key West, Fla
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