Tips & Tricks
The buses that connect most of the North American cities are air-conditioned, with relatively comfortable seating, and in case of long-distance trips, they make stops to eat and rest every four hours. The bus service is slightly cheaper than the plane, but also much slower.
Located in Georgia, it is the second busiest airport in the world and has more non-stop flights and destinations than any airline connection center. As Atlanta is a major transfer point for flights to and from small cities in the south of the United States, it caters to about 90 million passengers and performs more […]
It is one of new York’s most famous landmarks and has become a symbol of the United States. Its real name is very little known “Freedom illuminating the World” and since 1984 UNESCO declared it a World Heritage site for its historical value. It represents freedom and the struggle for emancipation against oppression, a message […]
1. Visa Depending on your nationality, reason and duration of the trip you will need to apply for a visa. The Visa Waiver Program (VWP) exempts citizens from some countries from traveling to the United States with a visa. These are Germany, Andorra, Austria, Australia, Belgium, Brunei, Chile, Denmark, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Estonia, Finland, France, […]
It is an underground train tour that is only available in 13 cities: New York, Washington, Los Angeles, Buffalo, Chicago, Atlanta, Baltimore, Philadelphia, Miami, San Francisco, Boston, Cleveland and Newark. There is an incredible life in its stations, you can find small shops, very colorful, amateur artists such as guitarists, violinists, dancers and mimes. If […]
Currently, the United States of America is the second most visited tourist destination on the planet. Only surpassed by France, it has about 80 million visitors a year. Its privileged place in the world ranking is because it is a source of cultural richness, natural and historical, and is also known for its varied proposals […]