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States travelled to: 50 out of 50

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English. Though the USA has the second largest Spanish speaking population in the world.

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United States Dollar (USD). Credit cards and debit cards are accepted almost everywhere.

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Capital: Washington, DC

Largest City: New York City

Population: 328.2 million

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Best Known For:

Bustling cities of New York, Chicago, Los Angeles. Vast countryside of the Wild West, fast food, professional sports, and unparalleled entertainment and consumerism.

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Hot and dry year-round in the southwest, mild and wet in the northwest, hot and humid in the southeast, and all four seasons in the northeast.

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Favorite Eats:

Burgers, Fried Chicken, BBQ, Apple pie. Go big or go home as portion sizes are some of the largest in the world.

More About the United States

The land of the free. The United States is a huge country with an incredibly diverse population, reflected in its unique cultures, cuisines, and cities spread all across the country. The country can be polarizing to some, as its citizens are fiercely proud of their country and there are extremes of wealth, health, and everything in between, however the United States is an captivating country and is so large and diverse that it can truly offer something to everyone.

The four corners of the continental United States are all hugely popular. Southern California for its warm weather, Hollywood glam, and laid-back attitude. The Pacific Northwest for its lush rainforests, nearby mountains, and tech giants. The Northeast for its coastal towns, large cities, and great seafood. The Southeast for it’s never ending beaches, balmy weather, and retirees. Let’s not forget the Midwest prairies, known for agriculture and never-ending horizons, and the gem of the Midwest, Chicago! And of course, we didn’t forget the far-flung states of Alaska and Hawaii.

The United States has many well-known large cities, of which almost all are worth visiting at least once, but it is open road and nature experiences dotted between the Golden Gate Bridge and Statue of Liberty where the country really shines. Given the size of the country and limited public transportation, the United States is made for road trips, and everyone should experience the quintessential American Road Trip.

Start by booking your dream American vacation today!



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