The United States Travel Guide
Wow, it is pretty hard to summarise the whole of the USA in just a few sentences on this United States Travel Guide, but here goes nothing!
If you want the bustling lively cities of New York and LA at your doorstep whilst having some of the most spectacular natural scenery in the world, including Zion National Park, the Grand Canyon, Yosemite National Park to name just a few, then you’ve come to the right country. Each individual state is so different, with various cultures, history and heritage, you will never get bored exploring this amazing country. If you love the beach, head to Florida, LA or Hawaii. For those of you that love to ski, head to Colorado, Utah or Wyoming. If you love to hike through canyons, head to Arizona, Nevada or Utah. The possibilities are endless in the USA, and many people do not realise how big the country actually is!
But we love the USA, and every time we visit we explore and discover new hidden gems within this magical country, that no matter how many times we visit we will never get bored of this awesome country.
Currency: United States Dollar ($) click here for current conversion rates.
Good to know: The country is BIG, a flight from LA to New York can take up to 6 1/2 hours each way!
Capital: Washington DC.
Visa: Depending on your nationality. Click here for full information.
Climate: It is hard to just state one climate, as the USA is so big, and so climate varies dramatically. The East coast has pretty much four seasons, Florida stays warm and mid all year round. Mountain states are perfect for skiing in winter and California has long, dry summers.
Power Adaptors: 2/3 pin plug – Type A or B (Click here for full information).
Global Peace Index: Rank 103rd of 163.
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