United States Travel Guides & Information
As one of the world's most popular destinations, Orlando packs in beautiful parks, a lively downtown area, top notch shopping, famous beaches and some of the best theme parks on the planet.
Everyone has an opinion on the USA.
A main player on the world stage, the United States is constantly under the global media spotlight. Whatever your stance, you cannot deny that this North American nation has a lot to offer in terms of diversity; from the creaking depths of the Grand Canyon to the towering heights of Manhattan’s Empire State Building, the luscious tropical forests of Hawaii to the chiselled faces of Mount Rushmore, all fifty states are scattered with gasp-worthy natural wonders and impressive man-made marvels.
The unrivalled entertainment capital of the world, the USA is bursting with theme parks, sports venues, and theatres. The turquoise waves of surf capital California and ski resorts of the snow-cloaked Rocky Mountains in Colorado provide ample excuses for adrenalin junkies to explore, whilst the palm-lined beaches of laid-back Miami and sweeping pastures of the Oklahoma prairies offer true relaxation.
This is a country the world loves to watch; why not get up close and discover the USA for yourself?
Did you know
- Miami is the only major US city to have been founded by a woman, Julia Tuttle.
- Both the highest and lowest points in the US are in the state of California, located only 136km from each other. The topmost point of Mount Witney has an elevation of 14,505ft, whereas Badwater in Death Valley is 282ft below sea level.
- The Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco features enough steel wire to circle the Earth’s equator 3.5 times.
- At any one time about 150 productions are filmed everyday on the streets on LA.
- Receiving more than 50 million visitors a year, Orlando, is home to some of the world’s best theme parks, including the Walt Disney World Resort.
Destinations in United States
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