Indeed what do the suffocating desert of Death Valley and the snowcapped peaks of Alaska or the Latinos neighborhoods of Los Angeles and the smart, cultured districts of Boston have in common? What do a hamburger in Houston and a jambalaya in New Orleans share? What parallel is there between a glitzy Las Vegas show and New York's MoMa?
Indeed, where do you even begin your journey? In New-York, megalopolis with 150 museums, Chicago, city of blues and capital of modern architecture, San Francisco and its superb bay guarded by the Golden Gate Bridge, Miami and its sun-kissed sandy beaches...
To finish your road trip on a high note, don't miss the stunning national parks from Yellowstone to the Everglades without forgetting the Grand Canyon, all of which are depicted by unspoiled, larger-than-life, breathtaking natural landscapes. So let's hit the road!
Michelin's recommendations for États-Unis
Green Apple : New York in eco-responsible mode
An urban farm on a skyscraper rooftop, shared gardens, guided tours from the locals… New York can be enjoyed to the full in eco-responsibility fashion. Follow the greenway!
Lac Tahoe, a natural setting
One of North America’s deepest and most elevated lakes is not content to act as a border between two states. This exceptional pure water gem lends itself perfectly to beach and water activities, whilst its mountain slopes welcome skiers and hikers. As an outdoor tourism and entertainment destination, Lake Tahoe is a prime port of call for visitors to northern Nevada.