Make your Trip Comfortable with this Travel Guide to U.S

America is not just a superpower in terms of economy, technology, and military weapons. It is also a global force when it comes to size, natural beauty, and lifestyle brands. It is one country in the world that almost everyone, whether from an urban area or a remote area, has heard about it. People might not know other nations, but they can surely speak a word or two about America. Its global icons such as the Statue of Liberty, the Golden Gate, the White House, the Empire State, and the Hollywood sign are familiar to all. American brands such as Coca-Cola, Apple computers, hot dogs, and Levi’s jeans are so loved by the world that the turnover of the manufacturers of these brands is higher than the annual revenue of several small countries. It is a country potential of fulfilling every one’s dream provided the person is ready to use his or her mind and skills.

US visa information

Foreign nationals trying to visit the United States need a visa to pass the entry point check. They can only visit the United States without a visa if their home country has signed an agreement for U.S. Visa Waiver Program. In such case, an electronic passport for 90 days of visit has to be obtained. However, being qualified for the Visa Waiver Program doesn’t guarantee an admission to the U.S.  Some foreign nations still may be ineligible for admission to the U.S. In that case, they have to apply for a nonimmigrant visa minimum three months before the travel date.  In any case, holding a visa is not a guarantee that you will be allowed an admission to the country at the port of entry, be it the airport or the border. The decision to allow you an entry will rest with the immigration authority. You can check with http://www.usvisa.ae/ about your eligibility and other terms and conditions for obtaining a U.S. tourist visa.

Places to visit in US

The United States is quite a big country. To visit the entire country, you will need lots of time and money. It is also not possible to talk about the places in this excerpt. However, you can still enjoy the diversity of its landscape by visiting a few famous regions. There is no need to travel and stay in big cities when there is a lot for you in small towns and cities. If you wish to start with an iconic city, then New York City is the best place to start your exploration with. This city is large and impressive in every sense. From its size to population, to culture, and finance, it has a vibrant history. There are several famous iconic structures in this city. You can call the New York City as the heart of America.  To see the entire city, you will at least have to stay here for some weeks.

If you move towards toward the north and explore the Mid-Atlantic region, beautiful landscapes and countryside hamlets will amaze you. This region too has big cities like Pittsburgh and Philadelphia and the famous sight popular as Niagara Falls. To the west is the Great Lakes where you can explore the lively cities such as Chicago and Minneapolis. Then, there are enchanting and less-explored lakeshores in cities like Michigan and Minnesota, where you can pack your bag and go for a picnic.

To get a feel of America’s history, visit Washington, D.C., the capital of U.S. Some of the most important and largest museums and monuments in the country are situated here. To the south of the Washington, D.C. is Virginia, which is nicknamed the tobacco country. One part of Virginia has an important historical background, whereas the other side of its west is famous for coal-mining and natural treasures.

If you admire the rugged natural beauty that are ideal for trekking and skiing, then the Montana’s Glacier National park and Sun Valley of Idaho. If you want to see the wonderland in America, then Alaska is a beautiful place where icy towers and great mountains will spellbound you.

U.S. attractions

The United States is like a huge canvas on which a melange of colorful scenery is painted. Every region, whether it is the Northeast, Midwest, South, or the West are strewn with breathtaking sights. Most of the incredible sceneries in the world are present in the vast land of the U.S. If time is the problem in exploring all the regions, here are a few U.S. attractions you can visit.

Grand Canyon:

Grand Canyon, USA

This natural wonder is in Arizona and is a result of over two billions of the continuous flow of the water from the Colorado River supported by its tributaries, cutting the rocks layer by layer, uplifting the Colorado Plateau and forming steep cliff walls and ledges. Visitors can stand on the rim of the canyon and look down a few miles below the canyon floor. They can also view the cliffs and ridges as far as their eyes can see. It is 446 km long, 29 km wide and 6093 feet deep.

Niagara Falls:

Niagara Falls, USA

Three waterfalls namely Horseshoe Falls, the American Falls, and the Bridal Veil Falls flowing through the province of Ontario, New York, and Canada, merge and creates this gigantic waterfall called Niagara Falls. No waterfalls in the world spew as much of the water as the Niagara Falls. During the winter, the quantity of water flowing down is reduced since some quantity of water is used for producing hydroelectric power. However, no one can witness the difference.

Statue of Liberty:

Statue of Liberty,New York

This iconic statue is the universal symbol of freedom and the largest in the world. It is one of those symbols that the world instantly recognize it. It is installed in New York Harbor and stands 152 feet tall in height. You can view it from any points of the city. There are tickets in case you want to tour it from inside.

White House:

White House USA

This is another iconic building of the United State and the symbol of power. It is here where the most powerful person in the world – the President of America resides during his or her tenure. It was built twice – first in 1792 and then in 1818. You can take a tour of this influential official residence by booking a tour three weeks in advance.

Walt Disney World Resort:

Walt Disney World Resort

This is one of the top tourist attractions in the United States ideal for children, adults, and families. It is a huge amusement park that will easily take an entire week to enjoy all the attractions. There are theme parks, water parks, shopping centers, theaters, restaurants, and everything you would like to enjoy.

Hotels in U.S.:

Best Hotels in USA

No matter what the season is, the United States is thronged by visitors either for business or vacation purpose. You can find budget hotels, luxury hotels, and historic hotels in U.S. Even the cheapest hotels provide basic amenities as well as clean, and safe rooms. Such hotels are equipped with comfortable beds, TV, telephone, and an air conditioner. Though cheaper on rates, these hotels accept on-line reservation.

If you are traveling by a car and just need a room to rest for the night, the traditional motels along the highways are the best option. The motels may not be as good as compared to the hotels in cities, but they are affordable and can solve your purpose.

Best time to visit U.S.:

Traveling to the U.S. in a specific month of the year has its own advantage and disadvantage. For example, if you want to spend less on accommodation and want to avoid the crowd, then winter season from January to March is good for you. However, due to constant snowfall, access to tourist places are hampered. Anyway, you can enjoy lots of indoor activities in cities like Chicago and New York in the winter. If hiking and sailing are your choice of vacation, then visiting the southern region of the U.S. in the winter is best. Since the climate varies from region to region in U.S., the best time to visit can be decided accordingly. For this, take an advice from a destination management company that offer U.S. tourist visa services.

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