United States

The U.S. is a country of 50 states covering an extensive amount of North America. Alaska in the northwest and Hawaii in the Pacific Ocean extend the nation’s presence further.

Popular Atlantic Coast cities are New York, a global finance center famous for Lady Liberty, and the capital – Washington, DC. packed full of history.

Midwestern cities include Chicago, known for influential architecture and summers on lake Michigan and Detroit famous for Motown music and rich history.

Western cities include Las Vegas, known as Sin City, Denver in the Rocky Mountains, and the ski city Big Sky in Montana.

On the west coast, Los Angeles’ Hollywood is famed for filmmaking, while San Francisco’s diverse culture will bring you back to earth. Seattle offers adventures of all types being surrounded by rainforests, mountains, and the ocean.

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Best Time To Visit The United States

There really is no bad time to visit the US due to its massive size, there are adventures all year round across the country- it just depends on what you want to do.

If you’re on a budget, plan your trip away from Spring Break (mid-to-late March) and the holiday season (late November through New Year’s Eve). Prices for flights and hotels increase over these periods, making it an expensive time to travel.

The best time to travel for lower in the US is either during spring (late March to late May) or autumn (late September to late October). These are the shoulder seasons before and after summer. Temperatures are mild, prices are low, and there are fewer visitors at most popular destinations.

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Language: The primary language is English. Around 40% of the population also speak Spanish.

Currency: The currency in the United States is the US Dollar.

Credit Cards and ATMs: Credit cards are accepted at most establishments in the United States including small shops and food trucks. Cash is recommended for rural and more remote areas.

Plugs: The plugs in the United States are types A and B. The standard voltage is 120 V, and the standard frequency is 60Hz.

Safety: Overall the United States is a very safe country. You may come across petty crime if you’re not careful as is true in many countries.

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