When people think of the United States they think of New York, Washington DC, San Francisco, Austin, and Las Vegas. But here are some lesser-known cities with plenty of land marks worth visiting.St. Louis, MissouriA classic American City filled with French influence, St. Louis is a relaxing city filled with culture and nature. The main attraction of St. Louis is their beautiful 1,293 acre forest park. It’s also filled with museums and attractions like the gateway arch, Busch stadium, and Budweiser brewery. For those looking for good food, go to Soulard Farmer’s Market and try the St. Louis roasted ravioli or frozen custard.Portland, MaineA friendly and quiet city, Portland is great for those who just want to relax. The city is filed with art and small shops. It’s also not short of interesting food with popular locations such as Nosh, The Holy Doughnut, and Miyake. Lastly, Portland is also has it’s share of photo opportunities with locations like market street, old street, and Portland head lighthouse.Albuquerque, New MexicoAlbuquerque is filled with Native American influence and has a mix of southern and Mexican culture. The city is known for its breweries and museums. But if you want to have a unique experience, go to the state fair and possibly even watch the balloon fiesta. However, both of these things only happen for a short period of time each year so plan ahead.Park City, UtahPark City is the perfect place to visit for those who love adventure and nature. The City is surrounded by beautiful mountains with plenty of resorts and ski slides. The city also holds festivals, but most people come for the fishing, hiking, skiing, camping, and biking.San Antonio, TexasSan Antonio is a great place to visit if you ever go to Texas. The city is home to the elegant river walk, Yanaguana Garden, and Confluence park. Visit the vibrant farmers market or the cozy and natural Botanical Garden. Lastly, San Antonio is filled with different cultures from around the U.S. and South America. It help makes the city very diverse.