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Go on a trip to United States

A single trip is not enough to soak up all the beauty in this huge nation that oscillates between universality and excess. The cities have a distinctive identity that differentiates them from each other. This territory bewitches you as much by its immense skyscrapers and the dense population of cities with different cultures as by its superb and exceptional natural sites. By visiting the immense territory of this superb region of the world, travelers have within their reach a myriad of tourist attractions as fabulous as they are surprising, which will leave them with lasting memories; from the petulant energy of >New York to the extravagant lights of Las Vegas, passing by Hollywood in Los Angeles, the impressive great lakes of the North and the splendid national parks such as Yellowstone.
This presentation offers you the opportunity to discover, like a tourist guide to the United States, this country with its many faces through 5 ideas for visits that await you to discover a thousand and one unexpected pleasures.

Tour Guides in USA

Five Ideas for Guided Tours in New York City

  • Monument Valley – Arizona / Utah

    Monument Valley is located between Arizona and Utah, it is characterized by numerous geomorphological formations and massive sandstone rocks are brightly colored. To reach it, you have to take the 163 road that crosses Arizona. The Navajo Native American people live in this territory and have named some of the rocks that make it up with a specific shape, or relating to the history of their people. The climate is mainly desert and the temperature is rarely negative, although the nights are cool after dark.

  • Route 66 through 8 states from Illinois to California

    This internationally known road runs from Chicago, Illinois to Los Angeles, California. It alone is a source of history, but also of nostalgia. Driving it will take you from drive-ins to diners in an impressive sense of freedom. It’s not surprising to see beautiful motorcycles and dazzling cars.
    The route of Route 66 has been reworked many times to finally cover 3,665 km instead of 3,945 km at its origin. Nevertheless, by driving it from east to west, you will cross eight states; Illinois, Missouri, Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas which is the central point, New Mexico, Arizona and California, but also 3 different time zones. During a trip to the United States, it would be unthinkable not to venture on this mythical “Mother Road”.

  • The Keys in Florida

    Although Miami is world famous, Florida invites you to discover exceptional panoramas, especially regarding the archipelago of the Keys islands over 200 km overlooking the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico, between Key Largo and Key West located less than 150 km from the coast of Cuba. These islands are truly heavenly with divine beaches. The wild fauna is incomparable and the vegetation particularly abundant. While some of them are connected by bridges, others are only accessible by sea. The Keys are therefore a real land paradise that you should not miss during your trip.

  • Yellowstone National Park

    Yellowstone National Park is also world famous. Located in the heart of the state of Wyoming, it has been, and still is, often chosen for its beautiful scenery for short and feature films. The colors are unique, and some of the volcanoes are still active today. This park is the oldest national park in the world, with a surface area of 8,983 square kilometers, covering no less than 3 states, and is recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It was created by President Ulysses Grant, 18th president. This park also has geothermal phenomena, such as geysers and hot springs, the most important.

  • Seattle

    The city of Seattle has a temperate climate, but tends to be rainy. It is located less than 200 km from the U.S.- Canada border. It is the largest city in the state of Washington and the largest on the Pacific Coast. It was named after a Native American chief when it was founded in the mid-19th century. This important city is known for its port specialized in transpacific trade and its important industrial pole. But Seattle is also famous for its music, especially grunge, for the music scene, the poetry scene and the live shows as well as for some of the bands that were created there or famous personalities that were born there. Mount Rainier, which rises to 4,392 meters, is visible when you are in Seattle, although it is about 50 km away. One of the particularities of this city is that it was built on hills.

Cities in USA

Regions in USA

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