If i wanna travel to Usa & dont wanna go to the basic New york, Miami or LA what city you would recommend?

If i wanna travel to Usa & dont wanna go to the basic New york, Miami or LA what city you would recommend?
City needs to have both NFL and NBA teams.

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  1. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    So you’re specifically interested in cities and in professional sports? And you specifically want to avoid just the three cities you mention? If so, the obvious choice is Chicago. People shit themselves online, both inside and outside the USA, about how horrible and dangerous it is, but in day-to-day reality it’s a large, active city with sufficient amounts of the kinds of stuff that people who like cities enjoy (arts, food, transit). I lived there briefly and visited many dozens of times, and I never got shot.

    Kind of sucks in winter, though.

    Other choices include Boston, Philadelphia, or Minneapolis, none of which are as bad as haters say.

    Or many others.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Chicago was one of the cities i was thinking, others where Houston , Dallas or Atlanta.
      I live in North eu so im used to cold but maybe would prefer warmer cities.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        All of those places are swelteringly humid in summer, October to April are okay though. Consider Talahasee/sarrasota/st. pete for the same time period.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          Yea i would go during october - november.
          Ty for help

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            I would say Chicago for late summer as someone who lived there; the beaches, the river, the parks are all beautiful and it’s great weather along with a great music scene. Underrated areas are Northerly Island Park, Free 4th floor deck at Willis Tower, Chicago Botanical Garden (outside the city), and the free yoga at Navy Pier on Tuesdays and fireworks on Saturdays

            Fall; go to Boston can get a day trip and watch the leaves turn, plus much more history

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        Houston and dallas are both incredibly boring cities with terrible public transport

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >Houston , Dallas or Atlanta
        Alongside the humidity problem mentioned above, none of these cities is especially European-visitor-friendly; they’re sprawling and very much car-dominated, with really bad public transit despite all being quite major cities. They all have some nice aspects (there’s good food in all three, etc.), but if you don’t plan to drive they’re not pleasant or cheap to get around.

        And to be honest, I don’t understand Atlanta at all—I have a good friend who lives there and really loves it, but all I’ve noticed are traffic and bad roads.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Chicago, Washington DC, Philly, and Boston are the obvious answers. New Orleans is also fun but generally rougher and, once you sober up, less interesting than the first four. Denver would be a great option if you're looking for nature.

      Regarding what other people have mentioned, all of these places have less culture than the first four mentioned above but

      Minneapolis is cool, but don't go in the dead of winter (ditto Chicago and Denver)

      Chicago was one of the cities i was thinking, others where Houston , Dallas or Atlanta.
      I live in North eu so im used to cold but maybe would prefer warmer cities.

      Phoenix

      Atlanta isn't bad. Houston, Dallas and Phoenix all have shitty public transit infrastructure so going without a car is basically impossible, and I think there's generally less to do there than some other options. Don't go to any of these in the hottest part of summer (ditto New Orleans above).

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        I'm assuming you want to go to an actual NFL/NBA game? Because Denver would be my choice, even having lived in the DC area for about 10 years for work. Getting to/from Landover, MD fricking SUCKS. Denver has their NFL stadium and NBA arena less than 2 miles from each other.

        Ty for answers, yea the main part of the trip would be the NBA & NFL game, but if there are intresting museums, nature, etc. Its all plus. Like i said above i would be going October - November so the warmer places would be cooler & the colder places would not be as cold as during January - February.

  2. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    New Orleans is cool even though it has a high amount of Black folks

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      DC

      DC is a pretty cool city to visit.
      >Good food scene
      >Decent nightlife if you're into that
      >Lots of neat museums that are (mostly) free.
      Smithsonian museums are all free and you can easily eat up a couple days on just those. Spy Museum costs money but still worth a visit.
      Just avoid the green line on the metro (subway) at night and you'll be fine.

      I also considired New Orleans or DC. are they as dangerous as other anons or media say? I dont mind homies cause im tryna get some black queen pussy while im there

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        It's not 1989. DC is pretty safe.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >are they as dangerous as other anons or media say? I dont mind homies cause im tryna get some black queen pussy while im there
        You're way better off going to Brazil or Africa for safely finding one that's frickable

  3. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Phoenix

  4. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Going to US for the cities is like going to Japan for the beaches

  5. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    DC

  6. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    DC is a pretty cool city to visit.
    >Good food scene
    >Decent nightlife if you're into that
    >Lots of neat museums that are (mostly) free.
    Smithsonian museums are all free and you can easily eat up a couple days on just those. Spy Museum costs money but still worth a visit.
    Just avoid the green line on the metro (subway) at night and you'll be fine.

  7. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    +1 for Washington DC. You could even take the cheap 45 minute train up to Baltimore and see a Ravens game. The Orioles Stadium is awesome too.

  8. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I'm assuming you want to go to an actual NFL/NBA game? Because Denver would be my choice, even having lived in the DC area for about 10 years for work. Getting to/from Landover, MD fricking SUCKS. Denver has their NFL stadium and NBA arena less than 2 miles from each other.

  9. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    NFL games suck so much in person. They’ve just become another hyper-commercialized event for rich tech bugmen to go to in major metros.

    The tailgating tends to be garbage and everything is expensive. The atmosphere at a good SEC or Big Ten football game is infinitely more enjoyable, the partying goes on the entire day/night, the women are hotter and drunker, and it costs like 1/4 of an NFL game.

  10. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >I want to travel to the USA
    Is this the new trv meme similar to humiliation ritual?

  11. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I’d second Chicago, specifically Wrigley as an awesome historical ballpark to catch a game. I’d also second the notion that the NFL in person experience is pretty shit, you’d be better off going to a sports bar/pub and catch all the action.

    Similar to Chicago, I’d recommend San Francisco, it catches a ton of shit online (and maybe rightfully so) but there is still a lot of cool things to see and a lot of charm. I know this is a meme but it is probably the most walkable city in America. Additionally, Oracle park is a nice baseball stadium right on the water.

  12. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I like Denver.
    Between the natural history museum and the nearby hikes it's a decent place.

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