America’s 10 best cities

1,429 views

Published on

America's Top 10 Cities

Published in: Travel
0 Comments
4 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

No Downloads
Views
Total views
1,429
On SlideShare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
520
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
21
Comments
0
Likes
4
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

America’s 10 best cities

  1. 1. America’s Top10 Cities …and why you want to live there
  2. 2. 10. Santa Fe, NM The city different • Known for: Georgia O’Keefe Museum, Taos, music and dance scene, St. Francis of Assisi cathedral • Population: 73, 720 • Total Land Area: 37.3 square miles • Average Climate: 64.7 F (high) 34.2 F (low) 14.22 inches rainfall/yr • Median Household Income: $40,392 • Unemployment rate: 6.6% • Violent Crime Rate Per 100K: 550 San Miguel Chapel in Santa Fe Photo credit: Pretzelpaws
  3. 3. 9. Austin, TX Live music capital of the world • Known for: Its music scene, Mexican free-tailed bats, Barton Creek Greenbelt, Austin music festival • Population: 690,252 Total Land Area: 251.5 square miles • Average Climate: 84.2 F (high) 50.2 F (low) 33.65 inches rainfall/yr • Median Household Income: $59,221 • Unemployment rate: 6.8% • Violent Crime Rate Per 100K: 490 Sixth Street, Austin Photo credit: Larry D. Moore
  4. 4. 8. Savannah, GA The hostess city of the south • Known for: River street, historic locations of the Revolutionary War, birthplace of the Girl Scouts • Population: 128,453 • Total Land Area: 74.7 square miles • Average Climate: 82.1 F (high) 49.2 F (low) 49.58 inches rainfall/yr • Median Household Income: $30,887 • Unemployment rate: 8.6% • Violent Crime Rate Per 100K: 651 View of Savannah Photo credit: Tonythegreat
  5. 5. 7. Boston, MA The walking city • Known for: Boston Common, Fenway Park, John F. Kennedy Presidential library and museum • Population: 559, 034 • Total Land Area: 48.4 square miles • Average Climate: 73.9 F (high) 29.3 F (low) 42.53 inches rainfall/yr • Median Household Income: $59,963 • Unemployment rate: 7.3% • Violent Crime Rate Per 100K: 1,318 Skyline of Boston Photo credit: Nelson48
  6. 6. 6. Charleston, SC The holy city • Known for: Charles Towne Landing, Middleton Place, Waterfront Park • Population: 106,712 • Total Land Area: 97 square miles • Average Climate: 82.8 F (high) 49.8 F (low) 46.39 inches rainfall/yr • Median Household Income: $50,213 • Unemployment rate: 9.0% • Violent Crime Rate Per 100K: 943 Historic homes near Battery Park Photo credit: Frank Buchalski
  7. 7. 5. Honolulu, Oahu The crossroads of the Pacific • Known for: Pearl Harbor, Iolani Palace, Shangri La, • Population: 377,379 • Total Land Area: 85.7 square miles • Average Climate: 80.8 F (high) 73.0 F (low) 18.29 inches rainfall/yr • Median Household Income: $66,701 • Unemployment rate: 5.1% • Violent Crime Rate Per 100K: 283 The City Hall of Honolulu Photo credit: Joel Bradshaw
  8. 8. 4. Seattle, WA The rainy city • Known for: Space Needle, Pike Place, concerts at Marymoor Park, Bumbershoot • Population: 573,911 • Total Land Area: 83.9 square miles • Average Climate: 65.5 F (high) 41.5 F (low) 38.25 inches rainfall/yr • Median Household Income: $45,736 • Unemployment rate: 8.7% • Violent Crime Rate Per 100K: 709 Seattle skyline Photo credit: Bubsty
  9. 9. 3. Chicago, IL The windy city • Known for: Wrigley Field, Millennium Park, Chicago bean, Lollapalooza, Grant Park • Population: 2,842,518 • Total Land Area: 227.1 square miles • Average Climate: 75.4 F (high) 25.3 F (low) 38.01 inches rainfall/yr • Median Household Income: $46,350 • Unemployment rate: 9.4% Lake Shore Drive Photo credit: Jrissman
  10. 10. 2. New York, NY The city that never sleeps • Known for: The Brooklyn Bridge, the Empire State Building, Central Park, Washington Sq. Park, Yankee Stadium, Wall Street • Population: 8,391,881 • Total Land Area: 304.8 square miles • Average Climate: 84.0 F (high) 26.0 F (low) 49.69 inches rainfall/yr • Median Income: $78,300 • Unemployment Rate: 8.5% • Violent Crime Rate Per 100K: 673 View of Bleecker Street Photo credit: Grace Nasri
  11. 11. 1. San Francisco, CA The city by the bay • Known for: Fog, rolling hills, the Golden Gate Bridge, cable cars, Alcatraz • Population: 815,358 • Total Land Area: 46.7 square miles • Average Climate: 65.1 F (high) 51.4 F (low) 22.28 inches rainfall/yr • Median Household Income: $65,519 • Unemployment rate: 10.5% (BLS) • Violent Crime Rate Per 100K: 799 The Golden Gate Bridget Photo credit: Paul.h
  12. 12. Compare the Top 10 Cities For more information visit FindTheBest.com

×