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The world’s superpower and most influential country, the United States of American play an inevitable part in everyone’s lives. From television to music to art and culture, the United States have changed the world in virtually every aspect. Think the United States and iconic landmarks such as the Statue of Liberty, the Hollywood Sign, the Empire State Building, the Golden Gate Bridge and Las Vegas strip would come into mind. With each city having their own uniqueness and charm, you would probably need at least ten trips to the United States to experience it all. Due to its sheer size, United States is an all-year-round destination, where you will experience a drastic difference in temperature depending on which region you are going. For example, Florida has a humid subtropical climate and New York is relatively cold all year round, except its extremely hot and cold temperatures during summer and winter respectively.

The legendary ‘City That Never Sleeps’, New York is arguably the most well-known city in the United States. Situated at the mouth of Hudson River, New York is the heart of American culture, world-class shopping experience, and extensive gastronomic opportunities. Showcasing one of the world’s most iconic skylines, this dazzling city has been attracting millions of dream seekers since the 19th century. Almost every corner of this magical city is filled with contemporary art spaces, superfine international cuisines, traditional taverns and Michelin-starred restaurants. Airport: John F. Kennedy International Airport, Newark Liberty International Airport and LaGuardia Airport

Lined with rolls of quaint, colourful houses on its famous slopes, San Francisco is a much-loved whimsical city. Along with its iconic Golden Gate Bridge, proudly painted in bright international orange and the romantic summer fog hovering over this coastal city, San Francisco is irresistible and full of mystery. Often known as the most liberal city in all of United States, San Francisco is a city of endless charm and surprises. Soak yourself in its famous hippie counterculture as you wander around its characteristic streets. This is San Francisco, a city where you can truly be yourself. Airport: San Francisco International Airport

Think California and you would immediately picture bikini-clad sun-kissed girls sipping cocktails and admiring the pink-hued sky at sunset. Or celebrities strutting down red carpets. Although this stereotype is untrue for all of California, but yes, that is Los Angeles. However, the ‘City of Angels’ is more than just glitz and glamour. Stroll around its trendy streets with cool pop-up stores along West Hollywood, independent fashion boutiques that line the whole stretch of Melrose Avenue, eye-popping wall graffiti nearer downtown, check out the robust nightlife on Sunset Strip or watch the surfers flaunt their skills at Venice Beach. Beware of staying in Los Angeles for too long, as you might never want to leave. Airport: Los Angeles International Airport

Top Attractions

One of the most stunning places on Earth, the impressive Grand Canyon is recognized as one of the seven natural wonders of the world. This beautiful steep-edged canyon has been dramatically carved by the Colorado River in the last 5-6 million years, resulting in this vast and alluring landscape. Soak yourself in the feeling of enlightenment and awe as you marvel at the layered rocks covered with melancholic red hues. There are numerous scenic viewpoints all around the park, each offering panoramic views of its multitude of towering peaks, gorges, ravines, and buttes.

Nestled in the heart of Midtown Manhattan in New York, the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) is one of the most famous art museums in the world. Showcasing the largest collection of modern and contemporary artworks, photography, mixed media, sculptures and other designs, MoMA is bound to enthuse even the most uninterested art skeptics.

San Francisco’s most iconic landmark, the Golden Gate Bridge is as synonymous with the United States as the Statue of Liberty. An engineering feat completed in 1937, this suspension bridge is a beautiful sight to marvel at, especially when it is brightly lit up at night.

Just to mention a few attractions, really, this huge country holds something worthy to see in nearly every small town from the west coast to the east coast. And if you really want to do a cliché trip, rent a car in Chicago and drive along the route 66 all the way to the west coast, a trip of a life time for some of us.

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Capital city

The capital city of United States of America is Washington, D.C.

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Best time to visit

The best time to visit United States of America is during Autumn and spring, when you can avoid the in flux of tourist and can enjoy a mild weather in most of the places.

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Popular airports

Most flights to United States of America are welcomed at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA), John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK), Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) 

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The best time to book a flight ticket to United States is 21 to 30 days before departure.

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We’ve analyzed multiple itinerary searches for the next 60 days with arrivals to United States and found that the cheapest day to fly to United States is Saturday . Check out our fare finder tool and compare prices for other days of the week.

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Low priced flights are most commonly available by purchasing between one and three months in advance. International or holiday flights may need to be purchased even further in advance.

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