From the soaring skyscrapers of New York City to the dramatic mesas of Arizona, the USA is a place of staggering beauty and extraordinary diversity
You could easily spend a lifetime in the US and still feel like you’ve just scratched the surface.Its epic in every scale. This is a place where you can watch the thunderous spectacle of Niagara Falls ccruise along California’s glorious pacific cost cattle ranching in the midwest and imbibe live jazz in New Orleans.
The USA’s manmade landscapes are nearly as spectacular as the natural ones. New york city boasts some of the most impressive skyscrapers. The more I travel around the states, the more I realize it has so much to offer!
Best Time to visit
The US is a massive country with two long coasts, large canyons, and cities famed across the world for their superb amenities, the country is a treat to visit no matter what time of the year you travel..The northern half of the country is cold during winter months (November to March) but this is the best time to visit the US if you’re looking to travel to the southern states or for indoor activities in the cities. Spring (April to July ) is the best time to visit the US if you’re looking to travel to one of the national parks, like Yellowstone or the Joshua tree. As the snow melts, the wildlife comes back out into the open and the lovely warm weather makes it perfect for outdoor activities.
Summer (July To August ) is the best time to travel to the US if you want to attend one of the several famous festivals in the country. The 4th of July celebrations is one of the grandest spectacles in the world. Summer is a good time to visit sites like the Grand Canyon. Autumn (September-October) is one of my favorite times to travel to the US, as the foliage acquires a reddish hue, and the weather cools down.
Things To Know
The most commonly spoken language in the USA is English.
The currency in the USA is the US Dollar.
Make sure you have health and travel insurance before your visit – health care costs are some of the highest in the world here.
The US is one of only a few countries to still use the Imperial system.
Credit cards and bank cards are usually the preferred mode of payment.
The plugs in the USA are type A and B. The standard voltage is 120 V, . I recommend buying a universal adapter.
The US spans six time zones; make sure you know which time zone your destination is in for your flights and airport transfers.
You Must be 25 Years Old to Rent a CarSorry, rental company rules, not mine.
Each state in the USA has its own laws that you must abide by when you visit.
These Ultimate checklists on bucket list experience, road trips, and National Park will help you on your next vacation. Take these printable checklists with you to tick them off your travel list !!
Classic American Foods
Each state is packed with iconic local flavors that share its history and define its geography. Whether you’re craving Alabama barbecue, Alaskan seafood or a deep-fried favorite in Arizona,
The following is a list of some of the must-eat food :
Lobster Rolls, Maine
Pizza, Chicago and New York
Burger, Fries and a Milkshake, California
Key Lime Pie, Florida
Southern Barbecue, North Carolina
Cajun and Creole Cuisine, Louisiana
Plate Lunch and Shave Ice, Hawaii
Sourdough bread, San Francisco
Tex-Mex, San Antonio
Clam chowder, New England
California’s Sequoia National Park is home to the world’s biggest tree by volume, a sequoia named General Sherman.
Hawaii has the most isolated large population center on Earth,
Yes, there is an Idaho Potato Museum. Yes, Idaho potatoes are an exceptionally delicious and abundant crop. You’ve probably had one; 13 billion pounds are harvested yearly.
Kansas, It was once illegal to put a scoop of ice cream on cherry pie
New Mexico has an official state question: “Red or green?” This refers to which variety of chile sauce you’d like on your food. Answer “Christmas,” and you’ll get both.
Vermont is the only state in the US to have its very own state flavor. That’s right: it’s maple.
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Mirriam3 years ago
I have lots of relatives in the U.S but never had the time to visit the country. We were supposed to go this year but Covid happened. Thanks for sharing these tips!
Yanitza Ninett3 years ago
We do love the Key Lime Pie here in Florida! So delicious 🙂
Debbie Lilly3 years ago
Nice! Fun trivia!
Ashley3 years ago
Awesome list you put together, friend! I live in Ohio, but haven’t been to a lot of the places you mentioned here. 🙂
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